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19 Nov 2018 - Pesta Lingga goes into Sarawak’s tourism calendar

(From left) Simoi, Abdul Karim and Rohani press airhorns to launch Lingga festival.

SRI AMAN: Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has agreed to include Pesta Lingga in the State’s tourism calendar.

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12 Nov 2018 - ‘Fulfil RM500 mln pledge to fix dilapidated schools in S’wak’

SAYS pro tem committee chairman Mohd Hafizal Hamzah (fourth right) hands over the SAYS logo to Dr Annuar, as Rogayah (on Dr Annuar’s left) and others look on.

SIBU: The Sarawak government wants the federal government to fulfil the pledge of allocating RM500 million next year, made by the previous government, for the repairing and rebuilding of dilapidated schools in Sarawak.

Assistant Minister of Education, Science and Technological Research Dr Annuar Rapaee noted that there was no mention of this sum in the recently-tabled federal Budget 2019.

He added that despite the allocation being promised by the previous administration, education remains the federal government’s responsibility.

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10 Nov 2018 - Mt Lesong national park can become Sri Aman’s next tourist attraction, says Mong

THE Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports should look into developing Gunung Lesong National Park as a tourist destination in Sri Aman.

Bukit Begunan assemblyman Datuk Mong Dagang says the national park – also known as Bukit Lingga – is ‘rich in history’, in addition to being home to various species of flora and fauna.

“There are groups of visitors from Indonesia, Korea and Japan coming to visit the park,” he said in debating the Sarawak Budget during the DUN sitting yesterday.

In this regard, Mong pointed out the formation of Gunung Lesong Community-based Eco-Tourism Development Committee – comprising headmen from 21 villages located adjacent to and around the Gunung Lesong National Park.

“I am hopeful that the relevant authorities would be kind enough to assist the committee, as well as people in the area by providing basic training; and also to construct various facilities for the benefit of the people and visitors to the park.

“Gurung Lesung National Park has the potential to become a popular tourist destination in Sri Aman – if it is properly developed with assistance from the relevant ministry.”

Datuk Mong Dagang

 

 

 

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12 Sept 2018 - Maszlee told of Sri Aman schools’ dilapidated boarding houses — Leon

KUCHING: The dilapidated state of boarding houses in four secondary schools in Sri Aman division has been brought to the attention of Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.

DAP Sarawak vice-chairman Leon Jimat Donald said he informed Maszlee of the matter during a dinner hosted by Pakatan Harapan Sarawak for the minister last Thursday in conjunction with his first official visit to the state.

The four schools, he said, are SMK Simanggang, SMK St Luke, SMK Melugu and SMK Engkilili.

“They (boarding houses) need major repairs and the classrooms need major renovations as well,” said Leon when met yesterday.

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