Category: Ekonomi

PECAH TANAH PERASMIAN JAMBATAN TASIK BIRU

BAU: Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru bernilai RM1 juta sebagai mercu tarikan Daerah Bau pada masa akan datang.

Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru dan Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru disempurnakan oleh Menteri Muda Infrastruktur dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Sarawak Datuk Julaihi Narawi pagi ini.

Projek pembinaan jambatan pejalan kaki tersebut panjang 60 meter merentasi kolam tasik biru dijangka siap penghujung tahun depan.

Adun Tasik Biru, Dato Henry Harry Anak Jinep berkata, jambatan berkenaan bakal mengembalikan nostalgia Tasik Biru sebagai ikon pelancongan Daerah Bau.

“Jambatan ini sebagai tarikan kepada pengunjung yang mengunjungi Tasik Biru yang menjadi tumpuan pelancong,” katanya.

Beliau berkata, reka bentuk jambatan berkenaan bersamaan dengan jambatan di Daerah Waihi di New Zealand.

PESTA TASIK BIRU 2019

Persiapan berjalan lancar, jom berkampung ke Bau esok

BAU: Persiapan penganjuran Pesta Tasik Biru 2019 berjalan lancar. Jangan lupa bertandang ke Daerah Bau untuk menyaksikan Pesta Tasik Biru.

Adun Tasik Biru, Dato Henry Harry Anak Jinep hadir pada Majlis Raptai untuk melihat persiapan kelancaran Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru dan Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru di pentas utama tempat penganjuran Pesta Tasik Biru 2019.

Pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru dan Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru akan disempurnakan oleh Menteri Muda Infrastruktur dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Sarawak Datuk Julaihi Narawi pada esok.

Pelbagai acara berlangsung iaitu pertandingan jong regata dan jong cantik yang popular di kalangan masyarakat tempatan.

Selain itu, turut berlangsung pentas rakyat dan persembahan kebudayaan, pertandingan Mr, Mrs Talent Bau Tasik Biru dan Zumba.

Acara jadi tarikan sukan rakyat, gusti lengan, pertandingan e-sports, Kasus Saberkas Tasik Biru dan Bau boat ride tour.

Program pengisian bagi memeriahkan Pesta Bau ialah jualan hasil tani, kraf tangan dan usahwan pertanian, pameran agensi kerajaan.

Sementara itu, Pegawai Daerah Bau Anielia Sitam turut hadir pada majlis tersebut.

PESTA TASIK BIRU BERMULA JUMAAT HINGGA AHAD INI

BAU: Pesta Tasik Biru 2019 dijangka menarik 40,000 sepanjang tiga hari berlangsung bermula Jumaat hingga Ahad ini.

Pesta Tasik Biru yang genap 60 tahun bakal menampilkan pelbagai aktiviti berbeza daripada tahun sebelumnya menerusi program yang dirancang.

Acara yang menjadi tumpuan ialah pertandingan jong regata dan jong cantik yang popular di kalangan masyarakat tempatan.

Pegawai Daerah Bau Anielia Sitam, merangkap pengerusi jawatankuasa pengelola Pesta Tasik Biru berkata, sambutan pengunjung dijangka meningkat 40,000 kerana penganjuran berlangsung sempena cuti sekolah.

Menurutnya, acara lain yang berlangsung iaitu pentas rakyat dan persembahan kebudayaan, pertandingan Mr, Mrs Talent Bau Tasik Biru dan Zumba.

“Pelbagai lagi acara yang berlangsung iaitu sukan rakyat, gusti lengan, pertandingan e-sports, Kasus Saberkas Tasik Biru dan Bau boat ride tour.

“Program pengisian bagi memeriahkan Pesta Bau ialah jualan hasil tani, kraf tangan dan usahwan pertanian, pameran agensi kerajaan,” katanya.

Semalam berlangsung program gotong-royong perdana di Tapak Pesta Tasik Biru.

Beliau berkata, antara objektif Pesta Tasik Biru 2019 ialah untuk mempopular dan mempromosikan Tasik Biru sebagai destinasi pelancongan serta memperkenalkan acara sukan air yang amat unik dan tidak terdapat di tempat lain.

Di samping itu, katanya, pesta ini diharap dapat menarik pelancong dari luar dan dalam datang ke Daerah Bau sekali gus meningkatkan pendapatan ekonomi masyarakat tempatan.

Sehubungan itu, orang ramai dijemput datang beramai-ramai untuk menyaksikan Pesta Tasik Biru 2019.

Perasmian Pesta Tasik Biru dan pecah tanah Projek Jambatan Tasik Biru disempurnakan oleh Menteri Muda Infrastruktur dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Sarawak Datuk Julaihi Narawi pada petang Jumaat.

Majlis Pelancaran One Stop Committee (OSC) bagi menangani isu dadah peringkat daerah Bau disempurnakan Adun Tasik Biru, Datuk Henry Harry anak Jinep pada Sabtu.

Majlis penangguhan Pesta Tasik Biru disempurnakan Menteri Pelancongan, Keseian, Kebudayaan Sarawak Merangkap Menteri Belia dan Sukan Sarawak Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah pada Ahad.

TRIENEKENS GOES HEALTHIER, SAFER AND GREENER

CELEBRATING HSE… Trienekens’ staff, contractors and other invited guests group together at the company’s HSE Day in Kuching.

General Manager for Finance and Human Resources, Tan Show Boon presented the HSE Excellence Award for the “Best A.C.T CardsContribution for the year 2018/2019” to Christopher Emile Rossem (right).

HSE Senior Manager, Harris Michael (5th left) presented the “Outstanding Safe Team Performance(Municipal Waste) Awards to (from right) to Mohamad Amin bin Sapari, Ajis Bayod and Luis Rendy Chandy; Adi bin Abd Khaliq, William Sawai and Sapri bin Fadli; as well as Mannen Collin, Tonik bin Jali and Sebli Disut.

“Outstanding Safe Driving (RoRo) Performance Award” recipient Halmai bin Ogik (left) with HSE Senior Manager, Harris Michael. 

In Bintulu, Senior Manager, Patricia Susie Nyisong (left) presented the “Outstanding HSE Performance Award” to Wilbert Entri Beliang.

Trienekens’ Chief Operating Officer, Alice Lee (centre) with Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park HSE excellence award winners (from left) Roysten Rendie Supot, Charles Giyow, Jerry Kenes Tagal and Wira Podin.

EXCELLENT… Group Deputy CEO, Elvin Wee (second left) presented (from right) Charling Nais, Jensonray Sepia and Claudius Munor with the “Outstanding Safe Long Haul Driving Performance”awards.

 

 

Trienekens (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd recently held its annualHealth, Safety & Environment (HSE) Week, this year themed “Healthier, Safer, Greener”. Besides promoting health and environmental awareness, the programme also aimed to highlight the importance of continuously maintaining a strong Safety culture at work in order to preserve a workplace free from injuries and incidents. The week-long celebration culminated with special HSE Day events at the company’s Kuching and Bintulu offices.

 

In Kuching, guest speaker from the Road Transport Department (JPJ), Abang Nazaruddin Sharbini gave a presentation highlighting road safety as well as regulations pertaining to summons and licensing; while Christina Leysia from the Natural Resources and Environment Board, Sarawak gave an awareness talk on air pollution. 

 

Meanwhile, attendees of the event at Trienekens’ Bintulu Branch attended a talk on road safety by Mohd Amzah bin Ajis of the Road Transport Department (JPJ), Bintulu. Department of Health representative, Dr Lee Sing Seng also gave an awareness talk on the symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and management of Tuberculosis.

 

Trienekens’ Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Stephen Chin officiated the event in Kuching, and later graced the presentation of Trienekens HSE excellence awards to outstanding groups and individuals for their past year’s HSE performance.

 

The HSE Excellence Award for the Best A.C.T Card Contribution for the year 2018/2019” was presented to Christopher Emile Rossem of the Business Development Department. The award recognises the employee’s active participation and commitment in ensuring risk minimization at the workplace through the contribution of Accident Control Technique (ACT) cards. 

 

While the awards for “Outstanding Safe (Municipal Waste) Team Performance” were presented to Mohamad Amin bin Sapari and his team members Ajis Bayod and Luis Rendy Chandy; Adi bin Abd Khaliq and his team members William Sawai and Sapri bin Fadli; as well as Mannen Collin and his team members Tonik bin Jali and Sebli Disut; Halmai bin Ogik was the proud recipient of the “Outstanding Safe Driving (RoRo) Performance” award. 

 

In Bintulu, the individual award for “Outstanding HSE Performance” went to Wilbert Entri Beliang.

 

From the Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park, Charles Giyow and Roysten Rendie Supot both received the “Outstanding Safe Performance in Non-Scheduled Waste Operations” awards, while Wira Podin and Jerry Kenes Tagalwere presented with the “Outstanding Safe Performance in Scheduled Waste Operations” awards. The awards for “Outstanding Safe Long-Haul Driving Performance” were presented to Jensonray Sepia, Charling Nais and Claudius Munor.

 

“The Green Synergy Award” recognizes the best overall performance by participating Divisions in Trienekens’ in-house environmental awareness programmes. Trienekens’ Head Office and Kuching Logistics received the award for achieving the best overall performance in the three main Green Synergy programmes – Recycling, Energy Saving and Fuel Efficiency for the year 2018/2019.

 

The top two HSE performance awards – “Lost Time Injury (LTI) Free Achievement” award and the coveted “Best Overall Performance in HSE” award – went to the Kuching Integrated Waste Management Park (KIWMP) and KIWMP Maintenance Department respectively.

 

Trienekens’ sub-contractors were also amongst participants who took part in the day’s activities. “We couldn’t hold an event like this without the full support of our contractors,” said Chin, “Ultimately, we’re all dedicated to achieving the goal of no-harm to people, or ‘Goal Zero’ with regards to safety.”

 

Trienekens organises and celebrates its HSE Day annually to recognise, reinforce, improve and strengthen HSE knowledge, understanding and skills among employees, besides providing a platform for information sharing with its customers, business partners and associates.

Musim buah dabai@dabey sudah bermula di kawasan utara Sarawak

Di Miri, buah dabai segar dijual mengikut gred, saiz dan kualiti buah. Awal musim begini, satu kilo buah dabai dijual pada harga RM20 sehingga RM50.00. Buah dabai menjadi kegemaran ramai tanpa mengira bangsa. Inovasi terbaharu buah dabai yang mula menjadi kegemaran ramai ialah sambal buah dabai dengan ikan bilis@pusuk.

Bertambah dua tiga pinggan nasi putih bila ada sambal buah dabai di atas meja.

Kredit : Zaliha Hassan

AUTONOMOUS RAPID TRANSIT(ART) MAY REDUCE COST OF CITY’S RAPID TRANSIT SYSTEM

Kuching, Thurs:  With the implementation of the urban transportation solution for greater Kuching now almost definite, the state government is exploring the options of employing the latest train technology that could possibly reduced the costs of making it a reality. 

The Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi (Dr) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Opengwas in Nanchang city, China today to view the deployment of the Autonomous Rapid Transit (ART) system that forms part of the city’s urban transportation solution.

“The ART might be able to reduce the costs of implementation of the lines as it can run on non-elevated normal or dedicated roads,” the Chief Minister told Sarawak officers accompanying him during the visit. 

The proposed routes are the Kuching-Samarahan and the Kuching-Serian lines. 

The ART with trains that runs on tyres developed byCRRC Corporations Ltd. does not run on conventional rail tracks but on a virtual track that can be on a dedicated or normal existing roads and controlled by a central command centre. 

The Chief Minister and members of his delegation wereactually taken on a ride on the train along a 5kmline through the city to have a first-hand experience on the ART that can be powered by electricity or hydrogen. 

Later, they were taken on a tour of the production facility near the city before attending a briefing by CRRC. 

Among those accompanying the Chief Minister were the Assistant Minister for Transportation, Datuk Dr. JeripSusil and Chairman of SEDC, Tan Sri Datuk Amar Haji Abdul Aziz Hussain.

SARAWAK ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL SPARTAN RACE SARAWAK IN OCTOBER 2019

Kuching, 16 July 2019

The Ministry Culture, Youth and Sports Sarawak today announced the collaboration with Spartan Race Malaysia to develop and curate a race in Kuching, Sarawak. This will be the time the world’s # 1 obstacle course racing brand has set foot in Borneo.

The inaugural race will be held at the Leadership Institute of Sarawak Civil Service, Kuching on 19 20 October 2019 and will races including the Sprint (5km), Beast (21km), feature a number Ultra (42km) and Hurricane Heat categories (12 Hrs). This is the first Hurrican Heat 12 Hevent is introduced in Malaysia time individuals are mentally and physically challenged over a period 12 hours non-stop.

YB Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, Sarawak’s Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth & Sports, the Guest-of-Honour at the press conference today was delighted at the idea Sarawak of hosting the Spartan Race. “The Spartan Race represents a new global trend towards a healthy lifestyle embraced by a growing number of people. unique Spartan experience to all and will contribute towards sports tourism in the state.We expect over 3,000 participants have registration coming from Singapore, Japan, Australia and even far afield countries such as Andorra and Malta. We are confident Spartan Race Sarawak will grow event with in-bound participants spending more time exploring the various attractions and wonders that Kuching and Sarawak can offer”.

MUSE Group, the newly appointed licensee of Spartan Race for Malaysia, is the co-organiser of this event together with the Kuching Fitness Association. CEO of MUSE Group, Riduwan Matni said ‘we are very pleased to be able to bring the Spartan Race to Kuching. We appreciate the growing demand for a race in Borneo and we are happy to be able to do this, with the tremendous support from the Sarawak State Government.

Carter Wei, President of the Kuching Fitness Association remarked we have plans to develop and grow the Obstacle Course Racing sport and the brand Spartan Race in Sarawak, through a number of activations at malls, workouts and training programs at Cross Fit Kuching. We believe with such consistent programs and Sarawaki ans general love for the outdoors, the Spartan Race has a bright future in the state.

The Spartan Race Sarawak offers a challenge for all, from the introductory Sprint race covering 5km and 20 obstacles to the very demanding Ultra Beast with over 60 obstacles across a 42km distance.

Spartan Race Sarawak is currently offering attractive registration fees and one can register at www.spartanrace.my. Participants will receive a Finisher shirt and medal when they complete their respective races.

Regular updates are available at the Spartan Race Malaysia facebook page.

About Spartan Race

With more than 250 events across more than 40 countries on six continents, Spartan is the world’s largest obstacle race (OCR) and endurance brand.

Providing transformation through sport,Spartan attracts more than one million annual participants across all fitness levels, from beginners to elite.

More than five million participants have finished Spartan events, creating a lifestyle that extends beyond races including health and wellness products, training and nutrition programs, and popular media content, which has made OCR one of the fastest growing sports in the world.

Spartan events feature races at various distances: Stadion and Sprint, 5-km and 20 Obstacles; Super, 13-km and 25 Obstacles; Beast, 21-km and 30 Obstacles; and Ultra 42-kmand 60 Obstacles

RAMAH TAMAH GAWAI RAYA SATUKAN USAHAWAN

KUCHING: Ramah-tamah Aidilfitri dan Ngiling Bidai Koperasi Usahawan Bumiputera Sarawak Berhad (KUBSB) berjaya menyatukan usahawan kalangan ahli koperasi.

Setiausaha Agung KUBSB Alfian Yusop berkata, dengan adanya majlis tersebut ukhuwah kalangan usahawan dapat ditingkatkan sekali gus menjadikan KUBSB bertambah kuat.

“Ahli dalam KUBSB bukan sahaja disarankan bekerja keras untuk meningkat perniagaan masing-masing malah bekerjasama untuk menguatkan organisasi dalam KUBSB,” katanya dalam kenyataan sempena penganjuran

Ramah tamah Aidilfitri dan Ngiling Bidai Koperasi Usahawan Bumiputera Sarawak Berhad Sarawak (KUBSB) malam semalam.

Pada majlis tersebut KUBSB menyampaikan sumbangan wang khairat kematian dan pelajaran (anak ahli cemerlang dalam peperiksaan) untuk ahli.

Alfian berkata, penganjuran Bazar Aidilfitri Satok yang menerima lebih 100,000 antara kejayaan KUBSB tahun ini.

Katanya, berdasarkan kaji selidik Bazar Aidilfitri Satok antara bazar terbesar di Malaysia menyaingi bazar ternama di Semenanjung Malaysia.

Menurutnya, pihaknya berharap Kerajaan Sarawak terus memberi peluang kepada KUBSB untuk menganjurkan Bazar Aidilfitri Satok pada masa akan datang.

“Penganjuran Bazar Aidilfitri Satok sejak tahun 2007 diadakan. Ia disertai usahawan kaki lima terutama usahawan bumiputera.

“Kami mengucapkan terima kasih kepada Kerjaan Sarawak menerusi DBKU dan semua terlibat termasuk ahli.

“Kami yakin penganjuran tahun depan lebih berprestij dan jumlah pengunjung mencecah lebih 100,000 orang,” katanya.

Seramai 75 peniaga berniaga di Bazar Aiedilfitri Satok yang berlangsung selama 18 hari baru-baru ini.

DIGITAL CULTURE : SOCOE’S GAWAI RAYA FUSION

KUCHING – JUNE 20 : SOCOE Sdn. Bhd. hosted a corporate Gawai-Raya luncheon experience which featured authentic handmade delicacies and food with a modern western twist. These local delicacies were prepared by women entrepreneurs from the eWanita-JWKS platform, a social community platform powered by SOCOE. The objective of SOCOE is to enhance the value chain of these businesses through technology by deploying effective digital marketing, attractive visuals as well as user analytics in order to better understand their demographics and customer experience. This is parallel with the recent launch of the Sarawak Trade and Tourism Office Singapore (Statos) – Sarawak’s new economic centre launched in Singapore on the same day, which strives to provide accessibility for Sarawakians to tap into international markets with ease.

SOCOEs system, has the ability to coordinate the supply and value chain especially to cater for large orders making authentic Sarawakian products more accessible to a global market.

Driving forward to the growing global trend of Click-and-Mortar businesses which defines online and offline operations functioning seamlessly.

Attending the event were prominent members of the government such as the Mayor of DBKU, members of JWKS as well as other NGOs such as PurpleLily.

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SOCOE Sdn Bhd is a disruptive social technology company in Sarawak that has the collective international experience of more than a 100 years. Their mission is to facilitate the realization of a digitally transformed Sarawak Economy. It is a dedicated organization which has developed the eWanita platform alongside Sarawak Department of Women and Family, and is also working on other digital development programs to better the community.