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27 Mar 2017 - Three more trips granted for going-back-to-school crowd

Big crowds heading upriver as school reopens today.

SIBU: Three additional trips were approved yesterday to cater for the big crowds heading upriver to get ready for school which reopens today. Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) assistant controller (region two) Christopher Chan said two trips were for the Sibu-Kapit sector, while one was for Sibu-Song....

15 Mar 2017 - ‘Treat rivers as ecotourism resource’

Sagah (squatting) releases fish fry into Sungai Pesang in Padawan.

KUCHING: Assistant Minister for Public Utilities (Water Supply) Datuk Roland Sagah Wee Inn said rivers can be one of the most important ecotourism resources in his Tarat state constituency and Sarawak at large. He said he had seen many rivers which, ...

10 Mar 2017 - Submerged pontoons refloated after a week

Two of the pontoons have been refloated.

SIBU: Two of the three upstream pontoons at Kapit Wharf in Khoo Peng Loong Road that submerged last week were refloated yesterday.This was disclosed by Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) assistant controller (region two) Christopher Chan.

“The remaining one has severe leaks. SRB will look into removing the pontoon in...

02 Mar 2017 - 3 pontoons at Kapit Wharf submerged

A side view of the partially submerged gangway at Kapit Wharf along Khoo Peng Loong Road.

A side view of the partially submerged gangway at Kapit Wharf along Khoo Peng Loong Road.

SIBU: Incessant downpours and high water caused three pontoons at Kapit Wharf along Khoo Peng Loong Road here to take in water and go under on Monday. Two of the gangways leading to the pontoons were also partially submerged due to the high tide.

Sarawak Rivers Board (SRB) assistant controller (Region Two) Christopher Chan said efforts to refloat these pontoons ...

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