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Pandelela Rinong Olympic Silver medallist

   I AM not ashamed to admit that I have been crying tears of joy. Our amazing Sarawakian diving queen has again outshone all expectations and won herself a silver medal at the Rio Olympics. Yes this Bidayuh village girl from Kampung Jugan has continued to amaze at the world’s most prestigous sporting platform. Pandelela … Continue reading

Give TeamAdenan A Chance

THE State Barisan Nasional has launched a people-centred 15-point manifesto for the 11th state election. Here are the points of the manifesto thanks to Bernama: 1. UPHOLD THE RIGHTS OF SARAWAK AND ITS PEOPLE We are committed to protect the rights of the people of Sarawak as stipulated in the Federal Constitution, Malaysia Agreement 1963, Inter Governmental … Continue reading

The achievements of the Sarawak BN Government

THE State Barisan Nasional launched its manifesto Give TeamAdenan A Chance yesterday. The manifesto also highlighted Sarawak BN’s achievements particularly under our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem. The facts speak for themselves. #TeamAdenan Here are some of the highlights thanks to Bernama: The Sarawak Barisan Nasional has: 1. Upheld Sarawak’s Rights – … Continue reading

Sarawak has every right to keep out undesirables

LET’S get this straight again. Immigration is one of Sarawak’s rights and it is enshrined in the Malaysia Agreement. So to have a Malaya chief minister slamming our Great State’s use of our rights really makes my blood boil. While our Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem is fighting to regain Sarawak’s rights through negotiations … Continue reading

Set aside political differences for Sarawak’s sake

CHIEF Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has called on opposition voters in the State to return to Barisan Nasional (BN). He called for everyone to focus on what’s best for our Great State instead of dwelling on political differences. “Let us set aside all our political differences for the sake of the future of Sarawak and … Continue reading

Sarawak abolishes quit rent – another reason I am thankful to be a Sarawakian

WELL the State Government under Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem abolished quit rent in the State for smallholder agricultural land and residential land as of yesterday (March 15). The definition of smallholder agricultural land here is land below 100 acres. Now that applies to most of us with gardens and paddy fields … Continue reading

Will the Adenan factor bring Chinese votes back to BN?

SPEAKING to Chinese friends and relatives in Sarawak, there’s definitely been a change of tone in their feelings towards the ruling coalition of Barisan Nasional (BN). Ever since Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem came into the office of Chief Minister in 2014, he’s really taken bold steps to ensure ALL Sarawakians are assured of their rights. … Continue reading

More affordable housing for Sarawak please

MORE affordable houses that are comfortable to live in. That’s what Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has called for in Sarawak. Indeed. Each and every Sarawakian deserves a comfortable place to call home – not just those with a big pay cheque at the end of the month. Urbanisation is something that affects all … Continue reading

Adenan wants focus on narrowing digital divide

CHIEF Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has called for a narrowing of the digital divide in our Great State. While those of us in urban areas usually complain about the quality of Internet services, many Sarawakians in rural areas still don’t have access at all. Our Chief Minister has been told by the federal Communications and Multimedia … Continue reading

Adenan is anti-inequality not anti-federal

OUR Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Adenan Satem has indeed been a real champion for Sarawak and Sarawakian rights since he came into office. He’s put in place some 50 initiatives and principles to bring our Great State to even greater heights. Our CM has clearly demanded a fair share for Sarawak, an equal partner in the … Continue reading

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