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KUCHING: It was a memorable experience for a group of eleven Australian students who put up at Danu Villagestay in Padawan recently.
2 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency
The next-of-kin of Tambi Jiee, 49, and Ariza Ghazalee, 46, the married couple who were killed, together with their four children, in the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 crash in Ukraine, have decided that the six family members be buried at the Semariang Muslim Cemetery near here.
Sarawak Report has learnt that Sarawak Energy's Technical Manager for the Muram Dam hydro-electric project, Frankie Chin, was questioned by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission shortly before his sudden death last month.
Security agencies are on full alert following a report that nine members of a southern separatist group met in Malaysia recently to plan a series of attacks in the deep South.
SIBU: People staying near the Bukit Lima Forest Park here are unlikely to forget July 26 in a hurry when a forest fire came close to their homes.
Royal Brunei Airlines launched its first 'new' route in four years on 26 July, with the resumption of flights to Bali.
The hot and dry weather, which hit the country since May following the south-west monsoon, is expected to last until September, said Natural Resources and Environment Minister, Datuk Seri G. Palanivel.
Paul Phua, who faces charges in the US, never completed procedures to become ambassador to Montenegro; had status revoked after arrest Asian gambling kingpin and alleged triad member Paul Phua Wei-seng was San Marino's ambassador to Montenegro for more than three years until the tiny city state revoked his diplomatic status shortly after his arrest ... (more)
Sarawak is to discuss at a state cabinet meeting the form of aid to be given to the families of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 tragedy.
Purpose-built accommodation and pipe-lay barge on charter to Petronas equipped with VSAT and L-Band services.
For all the hysteria surrounding the word "Allah" and whether non-Muslims can use it, the conflict almost never affects the people who use it the most.
KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 -- The strong winds and rough seas in the waters off Phuket, Reef North, Layang-layang and Palawan are expected to prevail until Thursday, according to the Meteorological Department.
Malaysian media accuses UK economic policy think tank of a conflict of interest given contact with the Malaysian Palm Oil Council and the country's government.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 02:52 am
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