- Sarawak CID chief: Australian journalists were arrested for defying police
- PETALING JAYA: The two Australian journalists, who were arrested on Saturday night, did not comply with police instructions during an event attended by the Prime Minister, according to Sarawak police. Sarawak CID chief Dev Kumar (pic) said that the two ...
- Cheaper PR1MA homes for Sarawak
- KUCHING: Homes built under the 1Malaysia People's Housing (PR1MA) programme in Sarawak will be at least 20% cheaper than the market price, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. The Prime Minister said this would make the houses more affordable for the ...
- Sarawak to have direct Hong Kong-Sibu flights, says CM
- Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said the twice-a-week, Hong Kong-Kuching-Hong Kong direct flights were expected to begin next month. — AFP picSIBU, March 13 — The Sarawak Tourism Ministry will establish direct flights from Hong Kong to Sibu to ...
- Aussie news crew arrested in Sarawak barred from leaving country
- An officer with the prime minister's security detail described the crew's approach as 'aggressive' in the report he later lodged against them. — Reuters picKUALA LUMPUR, March 13 ― Police have confiscated the travel documents of an ABC News reporter ...
- Australian news crew arrested in Sarawak barred from leaving Malaysia
- Australian news crew arrested in Sarawak barred from leaving Malaysia. Australian news crew arrested in Sarawak barred from leaving Malaysia.
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