Khamis, 23 Jun 2011

11 di limbang - Google Blog Search

11 di limbang - Google Blog Search

ISMADI YUSUF: Bila Aku Bercuti <b>Di Limbang</b> - Bahagian Akhir

Posted: 20 Jun 2011 04:22 AM PDT

DAN aku telah berada lagi di KL... cuti seminggu di Limbang sungguh mengujakan. Mungkin aku berharap benar untuk terus berada di Limbang. Permohonan untuk aku balik ke Limbang belum ada keputusan lagi...bilakah? Hanya Allah yang mengetahui segala yang berlaku dan akan berlaku dengan penuh hikmah-Nya mengapa aku masih di sini.. Full Feed Generated by Get Full RSS, sponsored by USA Best Price.

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<b>Kanowit</b> folk also complain of rubber price <b>...</b> - My <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 23 Jun 2011 01:23 AM PDT

KANOWIT: One week before the recent Gawai Dayak festival, unscrupulous traders were in a different kind of 'festive mood'.

Taking advantage of the festival which began on June 1, they forced longhouse folk here to sell their rubber at much lower prices, knowing the latter needed money for the celebrations.

Such a situation was the norm even at shops in Kanowit town and other smaller riverine towns and villages, alleged longhouse chief Stephen Chendang, of Nanga Bawan near here.

"For the one-week period, these shopowners who knew we needed the money to celebrate, would only buy our rubber at between RM7.50 and RM7.90 per kilogramme, although the market price then was RM10.

"We were left with little choice…forced to, whilly- nilly, accept the price as it would cost us extra to sell in places like Sarikei or Sibu," he told reporters here today.

On Monday, state land development minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing had said in Kuching that he had recieved complaints from Kapit residents that they were forced to sell their rubber at below market price, a few days before the Gawai Dayak celebration.

He said, before the festival, the price was RM7 per kilogramme but after the celebration, it rose to RM9. Currently, it is RM10.50 or more. – Bernama

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menoa kenyalang: Ian Hockey&#39;s surfing experience in <b>Sri Aman</b>

Posted: 21 Jun 2011 11:27 PM PDT

Hooolllaaaa !! Here i would like to share with u about Mr. Ian Hockey's experience last time !! Hopefully with this news it will b make our local tourism product well known by world ! (make sure we still keep our nature properly dude !!)

Ian Hockey is a 57 year old former NSW State and Australian Longboard divisional title holder, a surfer for over 46 years.

What Mr.Ian says..........

" Now back in our Southern Philippines home and I'm still feeling the tingles of excitement as I relive the last few days that was centered on Sri Aman, Sarawak.
Not just a wonderful place with wonderful people but here is housed an actual wonder of our planet.
Tucked just out of sight from the regular tourist trails this ever so pretty little town offers not just an upclose and personal encounter with an ethnic diversity in a thriving, well governed and organized community, and not just an encounter with genuinely friendly locals who are really proud of their town and not just a place where one can find a multitude of hidden away eateries serving a huge variety of fresh tasty food. One will find all of these, but it is only here that you will find the Mighty Benak!
Sri Aman is one of only a handful of places on earth where nature has allowed all of the required elements to produce a daily phenomenon of a tidal tsunami that is actually rideable for watercraft. And it goes on for miles! Right past the purpose built viewing platforms and wharf areas where it is possible to sit and have a drink or a snack while experiencing it.
Indeed it is more than simply viewing the wall of water where earlier in the day an ocean going ship may have been berthed , it's also about hearing its approach as if there is a distant locomotive about to appear and then to feel the raw energy that follows which carries far beyond its tidal boundaries.
My primary purpose in coming here was to go to the next step in the experience and ride that wave! Not in quite the same manner that has been done for eons by the locals in their streamlined canoes, but in a manner I've been more accustomed to for nearly the last half century, on my surfboard.
Not for the faint hearted as the Lupar River is also home to the largest flesh eating amphibians still inhabiting the earth ….The Saltwater Crocodile!
However any wave rider will tell you that surfing is constantly about weighing the odds against survival, whether it be dry reef, sharks, wave size or in this case crocs and in taking that chance it led an almost surreal experience for me.
The anticipation of the wave's approach gave way to butterflys in the stomach, and then to catch it and feel the energy of an ocean of water compressing its way between meandering banks, it's shape and size continually mutating into something different, and all whilst negotiating this, travelling past picture postcard rural scenes, left me in a state of semi euphoria!
The skilled boatman did his stuff brilliantly as I think I rode that same wave six times over I'm not sure how many kilometers. Whether it was from pilot error or simply the wave becoming lazy as it at times entered deeper waters, each time he would pick me up and after a bone jarring race around or over the swell he would deliver me back in front to start again. 
Eventually I succumbed, my legs feeling like jelly, not a turn left in them and I had to let this magnificent beast go, onward out of sight, still throwing up long glassy walls as if to just taunt me.
This was the glide that will be forever etched in my memories, and in helping to make this at all possible I sincerely thank The Resident Office of the Sri Aman division, in particular The Resident Mr. Abdul Rahman Sebli Bin Senusi, the Vice Resident Ms. Felicia Tan, the Administrative Officer Mr. L-Fizan Paukan and the Resident Tour Guide, the lovely Ms. Magdelene Rinya Tenny all of whom went far beyond the call of duty. I feel nothing less than respect, gratitude and friendship for you"

Yours Sincerely
Ian Hockey 

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MRC calling for public support at 8th International <b>...</b> - My <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 22 Jun 2011 08:52 PM PDT

Posted on 23 June 2011.

MODERN DANCE: Dancers from Mary Chong Beauty World performing the belly dance.

MIRI: The public are urged to come in full force to support the 8th International Dance For Humanity (IDFH) of the Malaysian Red Crescent (MRC) Miri Chapter which will be held this Sunday at the Miri Indoor Stadium.

Organising chairperson, Judy Wan Morshidi said everyone is welcomed to come and watch the five-hour non-stop dance performances or donate towards the project.

Admission is free but those paying RM5 are entitled to lucky draws, which offer many attractive prizes like electrical home appliances and handphone.

Tax exemption receipt will be issued for every individual donation of RM100.

"Don't miss the occasion, as the project is not merely to raise fund for MRC but also promoting peace and humanity through local, trans-national and socio-culture exchanges.

"At the same time, to promote international friendship and understanding through the participation of national red cross/red crescent societies to amplify the principle of universality," said Judy to The Borneo Post yesterday.

According to Morshidi, IDFH was also meant to enhance racial and cultural harmony as well as unity in our diversified society through cultural activities and to inculcate the spirit of caring society through harnessing the support from the local and private sectors.

She said the IDFH had received encouraging response from both donors and participants.

The event themed "Together for International Peace and Harmony" will feature sixty dance troupes that will be performing starting from 12.30pm until 5.30pm.

They include two dance troupes from outside Miri – from MRC Selangor Branch and Abak Borneo from Lubuk Antu.

Also participating from are dance troupes from Miri Hindu Society who is going to perform an Indian classical dance piece, the Charity Line Dance Group & Miri Golf Club (KGM), Miri Line Dance Group, Shell and Inland Revenue Board (IRB), Miracle Dancer, SUPP (Piasau Branch) Dance Group, SMK Subis, Miri Chinese Cultural Group, Oasis, Dancer Interface Performing Arts Studio, SMK Merbau, Pei Min Dance Society, Sunflower Center, Senior Citizen Dancing Group, Miri Thai Poo Association Dancing Group and Krokop Kindergarten.

Assistant Minister for Communications, Datuk Lee Kim Shin who is also deputy chairman of MRC Miri Chapter is expected to officiate at the opening ceremony while chairman of MRC Sarawak and Miri Chapters, Datuk Patinggi Dr George Chan is expected to grace at the closing ceremony.

IDFH is an initiative of the MRC Miri Chapter and since its inception in 2004, had received overwhelming support from the people.

Last year, the event was very successful and had attracted 3,500 people and 52 dance troupes.

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ustazcyber online: Terdapat 27902 Isi Rumah Miskin Tegar <b>Di negeri</b> <b>...</b>

Posted: 22 Jun 2011 11:43 PM PDT

KUCHING, 23 Jun (Bernama) -- Sejumlah 27,902 Ketua Isi Rumah (KIR) atau 49.8 peratus daripada 55,975 yang didaftarkan di dalam sistem e-Kasih tergolong di bawah kategori kumpulan miskin tegar di negeri ini, kata Timbalan Ketua Menteri Sarawak Tan Sri Alfred Jabu.

Beliau berkata seramai 55,975 KIR berpendapatan rendah telah didaftarkan di dalam sistem e-Kasih yang termasuk kumpulan mudah miskin membabitkan 23,235 KIR dan keluarga miskin (4,838 KIR), sehingga 11 Jun ini.

KIR mempunyai pendapatan sebanyak RM520 sebulan tergolong di bawah kategori miskin tegar manakala RM830 sebulan dikategorikan miskin, katanya ketika menjawab soalan Violet Yong (DAP-Pending) pada persidangan Dewan Undangan Negeri di sini Khamis.

"Daripada 27,902 KIR yang tergolong di bawah miskin tegar, sebanyak 13,349 KIR merupakan Iban, 5,601 (Melayu), 2,925 (Orang Ulu), 2,757 (Bidayuh), 1,974 (Melanau) yang merupakan Bumiputera di negeri ini manakala 647 (Cina) dan 622 KIR lain-lain," katanya

Untuk memastikan keberkesanan sistem e-Kasih, Jabu berkata Jawatankuasa Focus Group Pembasmian Kemiskinan Peringkat Daerah akan bertindak untuk melakukan penyisihan awal kepada senarai permohonan bagi memastikan hanya pemohon yang layak sahaja dibuat pengesahan.

"Ini dapat memastikan proses penyelarasan bancian di peringkat lapangan dapat dipercepatkan," katanya.

Jabu berkata data e-Kasih akan dikemas kini dengan kemasukan data daripada semua agensi pemberi bantuan dan golongan yang masih belum didaftarkan (di luar e-Kasih) untuk memastikan data dan maklumat golongan berpendapatan rendah dicakupi dan komprehensif.

"Sistem ini masih dalam fasa pembangunan dan pelaksanaan dan dijangka siap pada tahun 2012," katanya.

Menjawab soalan Dr Abdul Rahman Junaidi (BN-Pantai Damai), Jabu berkata seramai 18,876 penerima bantuan Program Bantuan Rumah (PBR), termasuk projek bina baru sebanyak 10,847 dan baik pulih rumah sebanyak 8,029, di Sarawak.

Beliau berkata sebanyak 1,877 KIR telah menerima bantuan daripada Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar dan Wilayah.

"Mulai penghujung tahun lepas, bantuan peningkatan pendapatan tertumpu kepada program 1Azam di bawah Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat. Setakat bulan Mei tahun ini, kerajaan negeri telah melaksanakan 3,426 projek 1AZAM melalui pelbagai agensi pelaksana," katanya.


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Kepada mereka yang tidak mengundi Pakatan Rakyat <b>di</b> - Roket Kini

Posted: 21 Jun 2011 01:21 AM PDT

Komentar Roketkini

20 JUN – Padah bila mengundi Barisan Nasional dalam pilihan raya negeri Sarawak baru-baru ini telah pun terserlah jelas.
Mangsanya adalah rakyat Malaysia di Sarawak yang sentiasa disembunyikan maklumat dan fakta oleh kerajaan negeri BN.

Sidang Dewan Undangan Negeri Sarawak yang pertama selepas PRN pada 16 April lalu bermula hari ini. Namun, belum pun sidang diadakan, kerajaan negeri BN telah pun menolak soalan-soalan dari wakil rakyat Pakatan.

Dua soalan daripada Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri Kota Sentosa Chong Chieng Jen telah ditolak oleh Speaker DUN Sarawak
Datuk Awang Asfia Awang Nasar; ia menyentuh tentang pembabitan Ketua Menteri Tan Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud dan keluarganya dalam perniagaan serta tentang empangan Bakun.

Soalan Chong meminta Taib menyatakan:

• Dalam 15 tahun lalu, senarai tanah yang diberikan kepada syarikat-syarikat yang pemegang sahamnya terdiri daripada anak-anak serta adik beradik lelaki dan perempuan ketua menteri dan keluasan tanah terbabit;

• Premium yang dikenakan oleh kerajaan negeri untuk pemberian tanah itu kepada syarikat-syarikat berkenaan;

• Adakah tanah ini diberikan kepada syarikat-syarikat berkenaan melalui tender terbuka? Jika tidak, apakah sebab-sebab untuk memberi tanah tersebut kepada syarikat-syarikat terbabit?

• Memandangkan Syarikat SESCO Berhad telah memeterai perjanjian dengan Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd untuk membeli kuasa elektrik yang dijana oleh Empangan Bakun pada harga 6.25 sen / kWj, sama ada kerajaan mempunyai sebarang rancangan untuk mengurangkan tarif elektrik domestik, komersil dan perindustrian SESCO untuk pengguna tempatan, ahli perniagaan dan industri?

• Siapa yang akan mendapat faedah daripada kadar murah elektrik yang dijana oleh Empangan Bakun?

Soalan-soalan itu adalah wajar untuk kepentingan rakyat dan tidak melanggar peraturan Perintah Tetap 20 (1) (a), (c) atau (l) DUN Sarawak.

Chong yang juga Ahli Parlimen DAP Bandar Kuching kesal dengan tindakan speaker DUN yang tidak memberi peluang kepada rakyat di negeri Sarawak mendapat penjelasan daripada kerajaan negeri.

Selain Chong, Adun Batu Lintang See Chee How dari PKR juga ditolak oleh Speaker DUN Sarawak. Beliau bertanya Menteri Perancangan dan Pengurusan Sumber mengenai:

• Nisbah simpanan hutan dengan jumlah keluasan tanah di Sarawak;
• Sebab dan alasan meluluskan sembilan konsesi balak atau lesen pembalakan untuk beroperasi di kawasan hutam simpan menjelang PRN Sarawak baru-baru ini, termasuk di hutan simpan kawasan tadahan air Batang Ai.

Dalam PRN Sarawak lalu, BN menang majoriti dua pertiga walau pun kehilangan banyak kerusi kepada Pakatan. Daripada keseluruhan kerusi DUN, BN mempunyai 55 kerusi manakala DAP 12, PKR 3 dan bebas 1.

Malah, kerana amalan tidak adil serta politik kotor BN di Sarawak telah menyebabkan rakyat prihatin melancarkan perhimpunan Bersih 2.0 bagi memastikan proses pilihan raya adil dan bersih dilaksanakan dalam pilihan raya umum akan datang.

Jika dibiarkan BN bermaharajalela, yang tetap menjadi mangsa adalah rakyat. Keadilan, demokrasi dan hak asasi bukan milik mana-mana parti politik. Ia adalah milik mutlak rakyat. –

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