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With 89% Turnout, GPS Seen Leading In Early Polls

Kuching: A total of 89 per cent, or 18,141 individuals, fulfilled their responsibilities as early voters on Tuesday (14 Dec) in the 12th Sarawak...

Sarawak Polls: We Will Win Big, says GPS Man

Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) can repeat its big 2016 victory in the upcoming 12th Sarawak state elections, says a leader of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera...

Nancy Shukri: Dari Ngo Ke Arena Politik

New Malaysia Herald pada kali ini membawakan kepada pembaca temuramah penulis kami, Emma Harith dengan Menteri Pelancongan, Seni dan Budaya Malaysia (MOTAC) Dato’ Sri...

Hanya Dengan Perpaduan Barulah Kita Akan Berjaya

Oleh Emma Harith Menganjak ke tahun tahun 2021, rakyat tanpa mengira bangsa perlu bergerak sebagai satu pasukan demi memastikan negara kita terus stabil walaupun gelombang...

Harapan Untuk 2021. Apa Kata Menteri2 Kita?

Oleh Emma Harith Memandangkan kita menghampiri pertengahan bulan Januari 2021, masalah pandemik, ekonomi dan situasi politik yang kucar- kacir telah sampai tahap yang membimbangkan. Oleh...

2021 Unity Wish Lists That Will Get You Thinking

When we asked Malaysians what do they wish for in 2021, EVERYONE said they want the world to be rid of COVID-19. We want...
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