- SK RAKYAT RECEIVES RM100K
SK Rakyat will benefit from the RM100,000 contribution provided by the Sarawak Government.
Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg earlier today announced that RM50,000 will be given to the school board while RM50,000 will be allocated to the SK Rakyat Parent Teacher Association (PIBG).
According to Abang Zohari, the funding was meant to facilitate the learning process of the students of SK Rakyat, which is equipped with STEM Education Lab.
This, was announced by Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg at the ‘Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) Carnival Opening Ceremony in SK Rakyat, earlier today.
Abang Zohari also assured that the people of the area will benefit from the funds.
- SPECIAL ALLOCATION FORRH ENTAGAU
A special allocation has been given by Repok assemblyman Datuk Seri Huang Tiong Sii to 18-door Rumah Entagau for a longhouse rebuilding project.
Huang and his team from Repok Service Centre, in their visit to the village yesterday was commended by Tuai Rumah (Tr) Entagau, the chieftain for his generosity, fulfilling his promise to help rebuild the longhouse.
According to Entagau, a similar promise made by the previous Sarikei elected representative was never fulfilled after eight years of living in a dilapidated structure.
Entagau then assured Huang of their continued support for the leadership in the area and full support for the leadership of chief minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Zohari Tun Abang Haji Openg at the state level.
- DROBOTEX 2019 LAUNCH DRAWS 2,000
Borneo International Drone and Robotics Explore (Drobotex) 2019 has received a remarkable response where as many as 2,000 students from 20 schools took part in the opening day yesterday.
According to Urban Development and Resources Assistant Minister Datuk Len Talif Salleh, the inaugural Drobotex 2019, a program that combines drones and robotics, also expects visits from college and university students as well as enthusiasts.
Drobotex 2019, he said, aims to put Sarawak on the world map as a state that champions digital innovation along with other countries in this region, not to mention developing new talents in the digital sector.
Touching on the three-day program which is happening on its second day today, Len said there are exhibitions, workshops, and competitions, all of which seek to enhance the knowledge and understanding of visitors, students, and the digital technology community.