KUCHING: The weather was slightly overcast when Corporal Celopatra Lemuh cast her vote during early voting today.
KUCHING: Early voting for military personnel and their spouses at the Penrissen Camp polling centre here proceeded smoothly as of 11am.
BUTTERWORTH: A Myanmar national was slashed to death, while his housemate was found grievously injured at a kongsi in Jalan Estate here early this morning.
KOTA KINABALU: Forty-two squatter houses in Kampung Sembulan here are scheduled to be demolished by City Hall today.
KUCHING: Some 7,400 members of the police force are expected to cast their votes throughout the state, today.
BUTTERWORTH: A Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) office at Jalan Bukit Minyak here was partially razed in a fire today.
KUCHING: It was only to be expected that the Chinese press, like the other media organisations, would give Tan Sri Adenan Satem wide coverage when he took over as Sarawak Chief Minister two years ago.
KUCHING: Although he is not contesting in the 11th state polls, Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang is equally busy campaigning not only for Barisan Nasional but also for the state’s development.
IPOH: Ishak Ismail from Kedah followed his cousin to Ulu Kinta near here in the early 1970s when he was 20 years old.
KUCHING: The Barisan Nasional (BN) machinery has made great strides in the first half of the 12-day Sarawak election campaign, reducing areas marked “grey” to 25 per cent.
KAPIT: The Pan Borneo Highway may be the mother of all road projects in Sarawak but there is another road that is equally and anxiously awaited by the people in Kapit, Song, Kanowit and Sibu.
SIBU: Some 4,400 police and armed forces personnel, and their spouses, are expected to cast their ballots here today.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has set May 11 to hear Datuk Seri Najib Razak's bid to do away with a full trial in his defamation suit against Pas' online mouthpiece Harakahdaily.
KUCHING: If he can lead SUPP to a good performance in the Sarawak polls on Saturday, Senator Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian could get to walk in his father’s footsteps.
KUCHING: Early voters turned up as early as 6.30am here at Penrissen Camp.
KUCHING: Early voting in the 11th Sarawak state election begins at 8 am today.
KUALA LUMPUR: An 11-year-old boy was swept away by strong currents after he was believed to have fallen into a monsoon drain near the Masjid Al-Ubudiah in Segambut Dalam yesterday.
KEMAMAN: At first, her family claimed that she had died of normal causes.
KOTA BARU: Kelantan police busted a foreign burglary syndicate that targeted customers who had just withdrawn money from the bank after detaining five suspects involved in last week’s heist at Kampung Repek, Pasir Mas.
BINTULU: The Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) will introduce a coupon system to overcome problems in the distribution of fertilizer to oil palm smallholders.
KOTA KINABALU: PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali will be a hated man if he insists on entering Sarawak despite being barred by the state government.
SHAH ALAM: Water levels at several dams in Selangor have shown an improvement following the recent rainfall in the Klang Valley.
JOHOR BARU: A husband and wife pair of con artists, who had raked in almost half a million ringgit from their victims in a property scam, were arrested by Johor police last week.
KUCHING: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman today threw his support behind Team Adenan, urging Sarawakians to vote for Barisan Nasional.
BESUT: A suspected drug dealer was busted with RM4,000 worth of narcotics on him, all because he fell asleep in his car.
MIRI: Barisan Nasional will find a way to represent all communities in the Sarawak government if it wins the May 7 elections.
PULAU REDANG: Environmental pollution poses a big hazard to the idyllic islands of Terengganu, threatening the lucrative tourism industry.
GEORGE TOWN: The body of a man who fell overboard a ferry near the Raja Tun Uda terminal here on Saturday has been found.
ALOR STAR: The 1Malaysia Civil Servants Housing Programme (PPA1M) is expected to solve the housing issue of almost one million civil servants in the country.
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