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Isnin, 27 Februari 2012

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<b>Lawas</b> cemerlang pada Regata Brunei | BorneoPost Online | Borneo <b>...</b>

Posted: 25 Jan 2012 03:16 PM PST

Posted on January 26, 2012, Thursday

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Pasukan Putera Sungai Penyengat Kuala Lawas dari Sarawak beraksi penuh cemerlang pada pembukaan Regata Brunei Darussalam 2012 yang berlangsung penuh gilang-gemilang Ahad lepas apabila berjaya mengungguli kategori Maraton 30 Pekayuh Perahu Tradisi Terbuka Maraton sekali gus melayakkan mereka menerima piala pusingan Anugerah Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia (DYMM) Sultan Brunei.

CEMERLANG: (Dari kiri) Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah ketika menyerahkan piala pusingan Anugerah DYMM kepada Awang Damit dan kontinjen pasukan Putera Kuala Lawas di Bandar Seri Begawan, Ahad lepas.

Selain di tempat pertama, pasukan Putera Kuala Lawas dengan nama perahunya Putera Mahkota turut beraksi gah dengan merangkul tempat kedua, manakala tempat ketiga  dimenangi pasukan Punang Gemilang Lawas yang juga peserta dari Sarawak.

Di samping itu, pasukan Putera Kuala Lawas turut mengungguli kategori 20 Pekayuh Perahu Tradisi terbuka di tempat kedua, dan merangkul tempat ketiga pada acara 25 Pekayuh Perahu Tradisi terbuka.

Hadiah kemenangan disampaikan sendiri oleh Sultan Brunei, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.

Selain kategori Maraton 30, 20 dan 25 Pekayuh, Sultan Brunei juga menyampaikan hadiah kepada pemenang bagi Lumba Khas 15 Pekayuh, Jetski 1200cc, Bot Tambang 60HP ke atas, 20 Pelumba Pekayuh antara Kementerian-kementerian dan Bot Laju F1.

Sementara itu, Pengurus Pasukan Putera Kuala Lawas Awang Damit Ali Hasan melahirkan perasaan gembira dan berterima kasih di atas jemputan daripada Sultan Brunei pada penyertaan kali ini.

Katanya lagi, Regata Brunei kali ini mampu mengimbau nostalgia zaman nenek moyang para pelumba muda sekarang khususnya semasa mereka 'beradu kekuatan' di Sungai Brunei lebih 30 tahun lalu.

"Pastinya dengan menyertai acara ini ia dapat mengimbau kembali zaman kegemilangan nenek moyang para pelumba yang pernah mengukir nama pada acara serupa di Sungai Brunei ini," katanya.

Awang Damit berkata, banyak pengalaman manis dan berharga yang diperolehi khususnya layanan mesra yang diberikan kerajaan Brunei kepada peserta dari Sarawak sepanjang berlangsungnya regata tersebut.

Beliau juga optimis sukan Regata Brunei Darussalam ini mampu menjadi satu lagi daya tarikan dalam industri pelancongan domestik untuk menarik kemasukan pengunjung ke negara tersebut.

Bagi memeriahkan suasana, pelbagai atur cara telah disediakan termasuk  persembahan kebudayaan di Malam Resepsi sempena dengan Regata Brunei Darussalam 2012.

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Ketua Kaum Diminta Agih BR1M Bagi Pemohon Masalah Logistik <b>di</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 10 Feb 2012 04:17 PM PST


Richard Riot (depan, dua kiri), Michael Manyin Anak Jawong (depan, tengah), Maclaine (depan, kanan) dan penerima pertama BR1M, Augustine Pilate Anak Mayor (depan, dua kanan) bersama sebahagian 1,212 penerima BR1M pada majlis penyerahan bantuan itu di Dewan Masyarakat Serian, Sarawak, semalam.
SERIAN 10 Feb. - Kerajaan Sarawak akan meminta bantuan ketua kaum bagi mengagihkan Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) kepada pemohon yang layak di semua 180 kampung di daerah Serian.
Menteri Pembangunan Infrastruktur dan Perhubungan negeri, Datuk Seri Michael Manyin berkata tindakan itu akan memudahkan penyerahan baucar sebanyak RM500 tersebut kepada pemohon dari pedalaman yang menghadapi kekangan logistik.
"Wang tunai sebanyak RM500 ini adalah untuk meringankan beban keluarga serta perbelanjaan anak sekolah, lebih-lebih lagi kerana harga barangan telah naik dan bukan untuk pergi ke kedai kopi minum stout," katanya ketika merasmikan majlis penyerahan BR1M kepada 1,212 penerima dari daerah Serian di sini hari ini.
Turut hadir Timbalan Menteri Luar Negeri yang juga Ahli Parlimen Serian, Datuk Richard Riot Anak Jaem dan Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Kudup, Maclaine @ Martin Ben .
Manyin yang juga Anggota Dewan Undangan Negeri kawasan Tebedu berkata, penyerahan BR1M kepada rakyat yang layak membuktikan kejujuran kerajaan Barisan Nasional yang berani berjanji kerana mampu menunaikan janji kepada rakyat.
Seramai 21,300 pemohon yang layak akan menerima bantuan BR1M bernilai RM10.6 juta di daerah Serian. — BERNAMA

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RM25,000 Gone - <b>Sarawak</b> Update

Posted: 27 Feb 2012 02:17 AM PST

A woman's hard earned money of RM25,000 disappeared in five days right under her nose after it was transferred to an unknown account holder.

Chong Jia Jia, 24 from Stapok Selatan said on February 18, at about 1 pm she went to the ATM to get some cash. She was shocked to find that she only had in her account, RM 3,900 left.

After lodging a police report, Jia Jia went to check with her bank (CIMB) and found that the cash was transferred through internet banking to an account holder by the name of Christian Tima Iseyi in another bank (Maybank). Trying to get Maybank to freeze the recipient account's, Jia Jia was told they could not help her. Police told her that the name is that of a foreigner.

In a press conference this morning with Sentosa State Assemblyman, Jia Jia said she had never do any banking or buy anything through online.

Chong said the account holder was only allowed to withdraw RM3,000 per day from the ATM and was surprised that RM5,000 could be transferred without her knowledge and she was not alerted.

He said even when he bought an air ticket with his card, he would immediately received a SMS alert from the bank.

Despite five consecutive days of transfer of cash out of her account, Chong said it was an anomaly but the bank never alerted Jia Jia.

He added that after the transfer of RM25,000 to to said, the account holder must either have a passport number or identity card before an account would be opened.

Chong said he had written to Bank Negara, CEO of CIMB and CEO of Malayan Banking Berhad for action to be taken.

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) - <b>Sarawak</b> Update

Posted: 27 Feb 2012 02:43 AM PST

by Dr Jerip Susil

The most common causes of Hand, Foot and Mouth disease are coxsackie virus A16, enterovirus 71 (EV71) and other enteroviruses. The enterovirus group includes polioviruses, coxsackieviruses, echoviruses and other enteroviruses.
HFMD begins with a mild fever, poor appetite, malaise ("feeling sick"), and frequently a sore throat. One or 2 days after the fever begins, painful sores develop in the mouth. They begin as small red spots that blister and then often become ulcers. They are usually located on the tongue, gums, and inside of the cheeks. The skin rash develops over 1 to 2 days with flat or raised red spots, some with blisters on the palms of the hand and the soles of the feet. A person with HFMD may have only the rash or the mouth ulcers. 
Hand, foot and mouth disease is usually diagnosed based on a complete history and physical examination of your child. It is generally suspected on the appearance of blister-like rash on hands, feet and mouth in children with a mild febrile illness.

Usually, the doctor can distinguish between HFMD and other causes of mouth sores based on the age of the patient, the pattern of symptoms reported by the patient or parent, and the appearance of the rash and sores on examination. A throat and/or blister swab collected preferably within 2 days of onset of HFMD may be sent to a laboratory to determine which enterovirus caused the illness.
Presently, there is no specific effective antivirul drugs and vaccine available for the treatment of HFMD. Symptomatic treatment is given to provide relief from fever, aches, or pain from the mouth ulcers. Dehydration is a concern because the mouth sores may make it difficult and painful for children to eat and drink. Should their affected children be having fever, the parents are advised to dress their children in light, thin clothing, to do tepid sponging with water (room temperature) as often as necessary, and to expose them under the fan. Taking enough liquids is very important apart from body temperature monitoring.
HFMD occurs mainly in children under 10 years old, but may also occur in adults too. Everyone is at risk of infection, but not everyone who is infected becomes ill. Infants, children, and adolescents are more likely to be susceptible to infection and illness from these viruses, because they are less likely than adults to have antibodies and be immune from previous exposures to them. Infection results in immunity to the specific virus, but a second episode may occur following infection with a different virus belonging to the enterovirus group.
(Resource :Sarawak Health Department)
Parents must make sure their children practice a good health care. Wash hand before having food, have shower after play outside and bring your children seek for doctor when they are ill. Be alert at all time in any circumstances and most important make sure our residential are clean.
 

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