Khamis, 25 Ogos 2011

11 di mukah sarawak - Google Blog Search

11 di mukah sarawak - Google Blog Search


Posted: 15 Apr 2011 07:04 AM PDT

TDM berada di Mukah Sarawak untuk turut sama berkempen di saat akhir bagi memastikan BN mengekalkan majoriti 2/3 pada pilihanraya kali ini. Dalam ceramah, beliau yakin rakyat Sarawak tetap akan memilih BN bagi mewakili suara dan nadi rakyat.

TDM sempat menyindir pakatan pembangkang diketuai Anwar 'Papa Ganas' Ibrahim yang masih lagi sempat lagi menabur janji di Sarawak sedangkan janji pada PRU 12 haram ditunaikan sehingga kini. Sindiran TDM ditujukan kepada proksi Anwar, Baru Bian yang menabur janji baru pakatan haram menaikkan elaun tuai rumah kepada RM 950, penghulu RM 1,050, pemnacha RM 1,250 dan temenggong RM 1,600.

GWM nampak kebenaran kata kata TDM ... apa yang telah dijanjikan Anwar Ibrahim kepada rakyat Selangor setelah Pakatan Rakyat mengambil tampuk kerajaan negeri!

Rakyat Sarawak perlu melihat manifesto Pakatan Rakyat yang telah lapuk 2 tahun yang lalu dan sehingga ke hari ini ... masih belum ditunaikan oleh Pakatan Rakyat.

1) Bantuan RM 75.00 sebulan bagi anak yang dihantar ke nurseri


2) Bantuan RM 50.00 sebulan seorang bagi pendidikan pra sekolah


3) Bantuan kepada anak anak muda untukl mendirikan rumahtangga


4) Elaun diberi kepada ibu tunggal -


5) Elaun khas surirumahtangga menjaga anak sepenuh masa


6) Bantu setiap rakyat Selangor dapatkan rumah


7) Perubatan percuma warga 65 tahun ke atas


8) Menyediakan premis perniagaan yang cukup


9) Cukai pintu kediaman 20% dan cukai premis 10% -


10) Program bagi rakyat miskin meningkatkan pendapatan


Apakah perlu rakyat Sarawak perlu percaya janji janji Baru Bian, sedangkan Anwar Ibrahim menipu rakyat Selangor hanya untuk mendapatkan sokongan dan undi.

Anwar Ibrahim yang masih lagi berada di Kuching yakin dan percaya bukan sahaja mengurangkan majoriti undi BN ... malah yakin merampas kerajaan negeri pada pilihanraya Sarawak. Sedangkan Lim Kit Siang yang kini berada di Kuala Lumpur hanya mampu berkata dapat mengurangkan majoriti 2/3 undi terhadap BN!

Bagaimana Anwar Ibrahim begitu yakin merampas kerajaan negeri ... Lim Kit Siang hanya berkata mampu kurangkan majoriti BN! Hairan ... Lim Kit Siang sudah berada di Kuala Lumpur. Petanda bahawa Pakatan Rakyat tidak mampu menguasai kerajaan negeri.

Rakan blogger di Sibu turut mengesahkan hotel hotel kediaman rombongan DAP semakin lengang! Ramai yang sudah kembali ke Semenanjung. Apalagi Anwar Ibrahim buat disana. Parti PAS langsung tidak membantu pada pilihanraya kali ini ...

11 di sri aman sarawak - Google Blog Search

11 di sri aman sarawak - Google Blog Search

New dam, same old story «

Posted: 25 Aug 2011 08:45 AM PDT

With folk uprooted for the Bakun and Batang Ai dams yet to benefit from the electricity produced by the projects, one wonders how long the 20,000 people now sacrificing their ancestral land for the Baram dam will get theirs.

I DON'T really relish the thought of seeing another gigantic dam being built after spending the past 15 years watching the Bakun dam develop from start to finish.

It was exactly 15 years ago in August 1996 that the first dynamite hole was drilled into a mountain slope along a bank of Balui River to blast off the construction of three river diversion tunnels through the mountains — the first phase of the Bakun dam project.

I remember the day well. I was in the first batch of media personnel invited by Ekran Bhd (the developer) to visit the site.

Some 30 reporters, photographers and television crew members endured an arduous journey up the Rajang River and through the Balui River to the site earmarked for the 210m main dam wall.

It was a 12-hour boat ride from Sibu via Belaga, Song and Kapit, and we had to shoot up the Pelagus rapids, which at that time was a raging one. In 1996, there was no road from Bintulu to Bakun. The road was completed much later.

I still remember seeing the then Ekran Bhd chairman Tan Sri Ting Pek Khiing smashing a bottle of champagne onto the hillslope after the blasting ceremony, an event witnessed by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who was then the Prime Minister of Malaysia.

During the ceremony, the VVIPs told the press that the project would deliver electricity to the rakyat and solve all their power woes.

They said the project would light up homes in urban and rural Sarawak and channel electricity via submarine cables across the South China Sea to the peninsula.

That was August 1996.

Since then, I have visited the dam eight times, the last in October last year when the flooding of the reservoir started with the damming of the diversion tunnels.

Today, Bakun has been completed, but sadly, the promise that rural folks would benefit from the electricity has not materialised.

The electricity is only for industries in the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE). The project to cable electricity to the peninsula states was shelved due to high costs.

Power transmission lines from the dam run high over dozens of settlements along a 150km route from Bakun to Bintulu.

These settlements will not benefit from the electricity because they are not connected to the state grid. The dam is connected directly to the main grid and there is no power line connecting Bakun to the settlements.

I saw the same situation at the Batang Ai dam in Sri Aman Division in southern Sarawak where the settlements closest to the site were also without electricity supply.

As in Bakun, the transmission lines bypass them.

The electricity is only for the benefit of industrial users, residential estates, commercial centres and offices located hundreds or thousands of km away from the dams.

Those who were uprooted from their ancestral homes to make way for the dams do not benefit from the electricity.

Unfair, isn't it?

Senior Iban leader Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing agrees that this should not be the case.

In interviews with The Star and a local newspaper, Masing admitted that locals in Bakun, the Sungai Asap resettlement scheme and Belaga district should also enjoy the 24-hour electricity from Bakun.

"These folk still use generator sets to produce a limited amount of electricity," he said.

As a matter of social justice, Sarawak Energy Bhd and Sarawak Hidro (the Bakun dam manager) should supply electricity from the dam to these local folk whose lives had been affected by its construction.

Masing said he would try to ensure that the electricity be connected to Sungai Asap, where 15,000 relocated from the Bakun area now live.

He said he would also try to ensure that the rest of the 40,000 population now located in the surrounding settlements and Belaga town were also connected to Bakun to enjoy 24-hour power supply at cheaper rates.

This sounds nice, but in reality, it is easier said than done.

The Star has learnt that to draw electricity from the dam and the Sarawak main grid to the settlements from Bakun to Bintulu would cost more than RM60mil.

A lot of infrastructure work has to be put in place before this can happen. So far, no "volunteers" have come forward to offer the money.

When asked on this, Dr Masing admitted that Sarawak Energy and Sarawak Hidro had said that the move would be extremely costly.

"So far, no decision has been made as to whether the electricity from the Bakun dam will be connected to the settlements near Bakun or Belaga town.

"I hope it will be done for the sake of social justice for the Bakun folk," he stressed.

I sincerely hope that Dr Masing's wish will become a reality soon.

As it is, the harsh reality is that the Bakun dam, just like the Batang Ai dam, has not benefited the very people whose lives had been uprooted and ancestral land sacrificed for the dams.

The promise of jobs for locals also did not materialise. Even after 15 years, there is still a lot of unemployment in Sungai Asap and the number of jobs at the Bakun dam is limited.

The latest additions of hydro dams in Sarawak will be in Baram district in the interior of Miri division in northern Sarawak.

Three days ago, Baram MP Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan announced the setting up of a government-appointed committee to handle resettlement and compensation issues of more than 20,000 folks from 25 longhouses who will be uprooted for the 1,000MW Baram dam in Long Kesseh, some 200km inland from Miri city.

It looks like there is no turning back — the Baram dam project is on.

Already, an access road to the dam site is being opened up.

The Baram dam will be half the size of the Bakun dam and cost RM7.3bil — about half the cost of the Bakun dam. But in terms of population of natives affected, it will eclipse the mighty Bakun dam.

In Bakun, an original population of about 10,000 were uprooted. In Baram, however, this will happen to at least 20,000 from 25 settlements.

Sagan, also the committee's chairman, said that efforts would be made to ensure the local Baram folk benefit from the electricity from the dam.

The mistakes made at the Bakun and Batang Ai dams would not be repeated in Baram, he said.

I hope he is right.

By STEPHEN THEN (The Star Sarawak)


11 di lundu sarawak - Google Blog Search

11 di lundu sarawak - Google Blog Search

<b>Sarawak</b> Insider: JENTERA MUDA PAS HANYA &#39;PASSENGGER&#39; <b>DI LUNDU</b>!

Posted: 16 Apr 2011 06:20 AM PDT

Jentera muda PAS hanya menjadi penumpang, dan tidak bertindak membantu JENTERA PAS di Lundu. PAS, pada Pilihanraya Negeri Sarawak 10 ini, TEWAS di kelima-lima kerusi yang mereka bertanding.
Ini menunjukkan JENTERA MUDA PAS tidak bekerja, dan hanya makan angin sahaja di SARAWAK. PAS DITOLAK MENTAH-MENTAH DI SARAWAK!

11 di lubok antu sarawak - Google Blog Search

11 di lubok antu sarawak - Google Blog Search

Seramai 73 pemilik tanah terima pampasan berjumlah <b>...</b> - my <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 22 Aug 2011 08:19 PM PDT

LUBOK ANTU: Seramai 73 pemilik tanah dari kawasan Lubok Antu menerima pampasan berjumlah RM945,460 di dewan serba guna Lubok Antu baru-baru ini.

Mereka adalah pemilik tanah yang tanah mereka diguna untuk tujuan Projek Jalan Lubok Antu/ Lemanak, Lubok Antu, Projek Jalan Lubok Antu/ Wong Pandak/Wong Panjai, Lubok Antu dan Tapak 33KV SESCo Substation Batang Ai.

Dalam majlis itu juga seramai 370 pemilik tanah Skim Penempatan Semula Batang Ai, Lubok Antu menerima surat hak milik tanah bagi tujuan lot pertanian.

Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Batang Ai Malcom Mussen Lamoh telah diberi penghormatan untuk menyampaikan cek pampasan itu kepada para penerima.

Mussen ketika berucap dalam majlis itu berkata, proses pembayaran pampasan akan mengambil masa memandangkan ia harus melalui prosedur tertentu bagi tujuan itu.

"Saya berharap agar para pemilik tanah yang menerima wang pampasan ini mengunakan wang tersebut dengan baik," katanya.

Mussen turut menambah bahawa kerajaan akan tetap membayar pampasan kepada rakyat setelah tanah mereka digunakan oleh kerajaan untuk tujuan pembangunan.

Turut hadir dalam majlis itu Pegawai Daerah Lubok Antu Jack Aman Luat, Penguasa Jabatan Tanah dan Survei Bahagian Sri Aman Mohamad Razali Arshad dan pegawai kerajaan yang lain.

11 di padawan sarawak - Google Blog Search

11 di padawan sarawak - Google Blog Search

Kampung Semban: Eksplorasi Pena & Lensa ~ MyGamanBorneo

Posted: 25 Mar 2011 09:24 PM PDT

Menjejaki Keunikan Kampung Semban
Salam kepada semua pengunjung blog MyOnlineDiary.  Setelah beberapa hari menghilang tanpa sebarang kemas kini, kini saya kembali dengan himpunan kisah pengembaraan yang penuh cabaran ke sebuah perkampungan terpencil masyarakat Bidayuh Biatah di Padawan, Sarawak.

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di negeri sarawak - Google Blog Search

Dua sekolah rendah agama dibina <b>di Sarawak</b> tahun depan | My Library

Posted: 15 Aug 2011 08:22 PM PDT

Posted on August 16, 2011, Tuesday

KUCHING: Kerajaan negeri bakal membina dua sekolah rendah agama menjelang tahun depan menerusi Rancangan Malaysia Ke-10.

Menteri Muda di Pejabat Ketua Menteri (Hal Ehwal Islam) Datuk Daud Abdul Rahman berkata, dua sekolah itu nanti masing-masing dibina di Mukah dan Kuching.

"Kerajaan membina dua lagi sekolah rendah agama adalah bagi memenuhi permintaan dan keperluan di kedua-dua kawasan itu menerusi peruntukan daripada kerajaan negeri," katanya.

Beliau berkata demikian pada Majlis Menandatangani Memorandum Persefahaman (MoU) Sekolah Agama Bantuan Kerajaan di SMK Tun Ahmad Zaidi di sini semalam.

Daud memberitahu dengan adanya dua lagi sekolah rendah agama di Sarawak ia dapat menambah peluang anak-anak tempatan untuk belajar di sekolah tersebut.

"Sekarang ini kita ada lapan sekolah agama, dua sekolah menengah dan selebihnya sekolah rendah di setiap bahagian iaitu Kuching, Samarahan, Sri Aman, Sarikei, Sibu, Bintulu, Miri dan Limbang kecuali Mukah dan Kapit," katanya.

Tambahnya, dengan adanya MoU tersebut, ia dapat memudahkan urusan pentadbiran dan pembangunan sekolah agama di negeri ini.

"Saya berharap dengan adanya MoU ini ia dapat memudahkan kerajaan menghulurkan bantuan serta meningkatkan mutu prestasi pelajar di sekolah ini sekali gus mencapai sasaran kita untuk menjadi sekolah berprestij di negeri ini," ujarnya.

Hadir sama Yang Dipertua Majlis Islam Sarawak Datu Putit Matzen, Mufti Negeri Sarawak Ustaz Kipli Yasin, Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia Datuk Dr Rosli Mohamed dan tetamu kehormat lain.


Jadual Waktu Berbuka dan Imsak bagi <b>Negeri Sarawak</b> 1432H/2011 <b>...</b>

Posted: 28 Jul 2011 12:14 PM PDT

Berikut adalah jadual waktu berbuka puasa dan imsak bagi kawasan-kawasan di negeri Sarawak untuk tahun 1432H/2011. Anda boleh melihat secara terus atau muat turun (download) melalui pautan yang disediakan.

Waktu Berbuka dan Imsak bagi kawasan di negeri Sarawak


Berikut adalah senarai kawasan yang berada dalam zon-zon waktu di negeri Sarawak:

Zon 1 – Limbang, Sundar, Trusan dan Lawas

Zon 2 – Niah, Bekenu, Miri, Sibuti dan Marudi

Zon 3 – Tatau, Suai, Belaga, Pandan, Sebauh dan Bintulu

Zon 4 – Igan, Oya, Balingian, Mukah, Dalat, Sibu, Kanowit, Kapit dan Song

Zon 5 – Belawai, Matu, Daro, Sarikei, Julau, Bintangor dan Rajang

Zon 6 – Kabong, Lingga, Sri Aman, Engkelili, Lubok Antu, Betong, Spaoh, Pusa, Saratok, Roban dan Debak

Zon 7 – Samarahan, Simunjan, Serian, Sebuyau dan Meludam

Zon 8 – Kuching, Lundu, Bau dan Sematan

Sila download salinan jadual waktu berbuka dan imsak negeri Sarawak melalui paparan Sribd di atas.

Sumber: e-Solat JAKIM

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18 survive crash-landing in <b>Lawas</b> | BorneoPost Online | Borneo <b>...</b>

Posted: 24 Aug 2011 05:49 PM PDT

Posted on August 25, 2011, Thursday

LUCKY ESCAPE: The aircraft lands just 5 metres short of the river at the end of the runway.

LAWAS: The front landing gear of a MASwings Twin Otter (DHC6) aircraft broke off upon landing at Lawas Airport about 3.30pm yesterday.

All 16 passengers and two crew – pilot and co-pilot – were lucky to escape unscathed as their aircraft skidded to a stop a short distance from the river at the end of the runway.

According to one of the passengers, the plane stopped just 5metres short of the river.

Fine weather was reported at the time of the incident.

The MH3516 aircraft, belonging to Malaysia Airlines' subsidiary MASwings took off from Miri Airport at 2.45pm.

MASwings ,in a statement emailed from Kuching yesterday evening, said that following the incident, the Lawas terminal was temporarily closed to traffic to facilitate investigation.

"The aircraft is being guarded by MAB airport security and police.

MASwings meanwhile is sending an investigation and recovery team from Kota Kinabalu by land to remove the aircraft from the site. For the time being, Lawas Airport is closed for all flight operations until the airfield is cleared," the statement added.

It said the airline would extend its full co-operation to the Department of Civil Aviation which is investigating the incident. This is an isolated incident and that safety remains a high priority in the company.

MASWings makes six flights daily from Miri. In a week it makes 17 flights to Lawas from Miri, three from Ba Kelalan and one from Kota Kinabalu.

The 19-seater Twin Otter aircraft is one of four used by MASWings for its rural air services (RAS) in Sarawak.