Malaysia Royal Customs Department announced today of a massive coup against smugglers.
Assistant Director of Enforcement (Enforcement) Datuk Paddy Abd Halim, said the seizure at Port Sepanggar was the largest in Sabah this year and worth a whooping RM2.5 million.
Among the contraband confiscated from the 62 containers were some 853,776 liters of beers, or 2,405,800 cans of beers! Continue reading Destroying 853,776 liters of beer is not easy watch
Many prefer a drive-thru as it is convenience – no hassle to look for parking, fast but there is a catch.
Sometimes, we often end up with lesser quality food and worst given the wrong pack of food altogether.
It happened to us personally, few times that we always making sure what we have is what we asked for. Continue reading Bintulu drive-thru restaurant unsatisfactory food quality and service
A Sarawakian who had been on the run for over six years following his involvement in the 2010 deadly Kallang slashings has finally been arrested.
Donny Meluda is the final member of a gang of four – that went on a robbery spree, severely injuring three victims and killing a fourth man – to be caught. His accomplices had been arrested and dealt with. Continue reading Another Sarawakian facing possible death sentence in Singapore
Do you know that the folks of Sungai Asap resettlement scheme hate the name ‘Sungai Asap’.
According to them, the name is synonymous with misfortune, bad lucks and misery. It might sound a little superstitious.
But, over the last few years, one after another the longhouses build by the government about 20-years ago were destroyed in the fire. Continue reading Don’t call Bakun Resettlement Sungai Asap please
A man who vandalized Digi Telecommunication service centers in Sibu yesterday had been remanded for three days to facilitate investigations into the case.
The suspect who works at a local nightspot is remanded under Section 506 and Section 427 of the Penal Code, for committing criminal intimidation and arson.
The remand order issued by Sibu Magistrate Saiful Sayoti today, reports Berita Harian.
CCTV recordings of the incidents circulating online show a man rushed out from a four wheel-drive and started smashing the telco outlet glass wall, displays table. Continue reading Man went amok at Digi outlet over RM4 daily deduction
Raghadtaib Instagram, which publicly visible, is giving us a very intimate glimpse of the Sarawak first family life.
The profile description reads: “RaghadTaib (رغد ) Wife of the governor of Sarawak State 🌺… Malaysia 🇲🇾 …. إشتأتلك ياشام 💔”
However, we can’t ascertain if the account actually belongs to Sarawak Governor wife, Toh Puan Raghad Kurdi Taib, as it has no verification badge often associated with a public figure. Continue reading Instagram account provides very intimate glimpse of Tun Taib private life
State elected representatives (ADUN) in Sarawak have been given an annual allocation of RM5million development budget said Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari.
“If projects are still not done, the YBs will be replaced.
“We have given you the money, it is your fault if the projects are not done.
“If you’re not creative, we change you. Continue reading Sarawak constituencies given RM25mil per term development funding says CM
An evening stroll in a park at Jalan Kenari 10, Bandar Puchong turn fatal for a couple.
They believed to have been killed by a lightning by the public.
Media reports indicated the police was alerted about the incident at 6pm yesterday Continue reading Fatal lightning struck couple strolling on Bandar Puchong park
Sarawak must move away from its traditional agriculture-based economy into a digital economy.
The transformation can be achieved if it has reliable and faster internet connectivity said Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari. Continue reading Sarawak allocates RM1bil to boost Internet speed
Five government hospitals in Sarawak, including Bintulu Hospital, have marked up the fees for first class and second class treatment by 50 and 25 percent respectively.
The increase came into effect on Feb 1, following amendment to Fees (Medical) Order 1982 will affect patients seeking treatment at Sarawak General Hospital in Kuching, Sibu Hospital, Miri Hospital, Sarikei Hospital and Bintulu Hospital. Continue reading Five Sarawak major hospitals fees increase up to 50 percent