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Ministry of Local Government,
Tingkat 2, Baitul Makmur, Petra Jaya, Jalan Medan,
93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Tel: 6082-319614
Fax: 6082-311216

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Last Update: 26 Feb 2017
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23 Feb 2017 - Community Police are eyes and ears of local councils — Dr Sim
Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian

Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian

SIBU: Local Government Minister Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian yesterday reminded Community Police of their role as the eyes and ears of the local authority.

He said their role is not only to assist the police but also to channel the voice of the people to the local authority....

23 Feb 2017 - SMC launches ‘Waste Segregation Campaign’

SIBU: Sibu Municipal Council (SMC) launched its ‘Waste Segregation Campaign’ yesterday in line with the Local Agenda 21 initiative, and is leading government departments, schools, businesses and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the campaign.

Its chairman Datuk Tiong Thai King said the council spent RM328,776 monthly on refuse collection alone....

01 Feb 2017 - One civil servant to 19 people

KUCHING: The Malaysian civil service is large relative to the country’s population — making it the highest in the world with one civil servant in every 19.37 people.

The bloated civil service of 1.6 million has caused government expenditure to rise yearly, leading to the escalating drop in revenue, reveals Second Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani.

“When I first entered the cabinet, the country was facing a variety of dilemmas — floating oil prices led to reduced government revenue, ringgit devaluation, high living costs and political controversies — which have made my work more challenging....

27 Jan 2017 - A place like no other

In Sarawak diversity is beauty and strength, not division, with freedom to practise own culture, religion

KUCHING: Sarawak is a place where people of various races are free to practise their culture, tradition and religion without hindrance.

In stressing this, Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg said for Sarawakians, diversity is beauty and strength, and not division.

Citing the Chinese New Year celebration as an example, he pointed out that the festival has become part of Sarawakians’ cultural diversity much like other traditional festivals and religious celebrations in the state....

27 Jan 2017 - Adopt attitude of openness towards one another — Taib

KUCHING: The people are urged to embrace the coming Chinese New Year by adopting an attitude of openness towards one another.

In his Chinese New Year message, Head of State Tun Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud said the people should always look into fostering better ties with each other, being open and able to embrace change....

27 Jan 2017 - MCC to review garbage collection policy

MIRI: Miri City Council (MCC) will review its policy on garbage collection in the city, particular at commercial areas.

Its mayor Adam Yii said such was vital in an effort to improve the implementation of the council’s garbage collection.

“There are many aspects that we have to look into in order to continue keeping the city clean and to ensure Miri is free from indiscriminate dumping,” he told the media after making site visits to various garbage collection areas throughout the city yesterday.

YIi said in general, the council’s contractors would carry out the garbage collection at commercial centres once a day.

He said the council had plans to review the garbage collection policy by increasing the collection frequency to perhaps twice a day....

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