|24 Feb 2017 - 'Kuching may adopt Hiigata City's example to solve flood woes'|
Masing (centre) receives a souvenir booklet from an officer of Hiigata River Management. Also seen are (from third left) SRB controller William Jinep and Liwan, Snowdan (fifth right), SRB chairman Murni Suhaili (fourth right) and others.
KUCHING: The constant flooding in Kuching could be reduced, if not completely avoided, if the state government adopts what the Japanese government does for its flood mitigation method in Hiigata City and the surrounding areas.
Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr James Masing said since Kuching...
|16 Feb 2017 - Sarawak Rivers Board to act against Bletih Cargo Wharf polluters|
SRB officers supervise as cleaners work to clear up waste dumped at the Bletih Cargo Wharf.
KAPIT: The Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) will deal severely with those found guilty of dumping tyres and other waste at the Bletih Cargo Wharf. SRB Kapit officer–in–charge Riyong Barau gave the warning...
|13 Feb 2017 - SRB controller denies leak in Sibu-Kapit express boat|
SIBU: Contrary to an allegation, there was no leakage in an express boat travelling from Sibu to Kapit on Jan 31, where it arrived safely on the same day. Assuring that passengers’ safety is their top priority, Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) controller William Jinep explained to The Borneo Post that the purported leakage as posted by a Facebook (FB)...
|03 Feb 2017 - Passengers properly manifested for safety reason – SRB|
(File photo) Enforcement officers ensure passengers provide their particulars before being allowed into departure area.
SIBU: Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) is enforcing the recording of passengers’ details to ensure they are properly manifested. Its controller William Jinep said the measure had been implemented all this while to ensure the safety of passengers.
“Passengers are not allowed into the departure area until they have recorded ...