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HEADLINES: Govt eyes 10 pct in annual growth for co-ops in Sarawak — Naroden
KUCHING: The government is targeting a 10 per cent annual growth in the number of cooperatives across the state. According to Assistant Minister for Entrepreneur Development Datuk Mohd Naroden Maja…
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HEADLINES: 18 years’ jail, 5 lashes for raping underage girl
KUCHING: A jobless man was sentenced to 18 years in prison and ordered to be given five strokes of the rotan by the Sessions Court here yesterday for raping an underage girl last year. The 21-year-…
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HEADLINES: Ministers and deputy ministers sworn in before Agong
KUALA LUMPUR: Newly appointed Second Finance Minister Datuk Johari Abdul Ghani today led the line-up of ministers and deputy ministers who took their oath of office, loyalty and secrecy before Yang…
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HEADLINES: klia2 branding issue: AirAsia chief to meet minister
KUALA LUMPUR: AirAsia Group Chief Tan Sri Tony Fernandes will be meeting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai tomorrow to discuss the klia2 branding issue. There have been continuous argume…
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HEADLINES: 1.5 million use Sungai Tujuh Immigration Checkpoint thus far
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MIRI: Over 1.5 million visitors crossed Sungai Tujuh Immigration Checkpoint from Jan 1 to June 24 this year. Of this number, 853,659 people used the checkpoint to enter Miri while 718,515 people us…
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HEADLINES: Henry Sum creates indelible mark for Lun Bawangs
LAWAS: The Lun Bawangs and folk of Lawas rejoiced yesterday upon receiving news that Lawas MP Datuk Henry Sum Agong has been appointed Deputy Minister of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumeris…
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HEADLINES: Awang Tengah: Entrepreneur devt to be given more emphasis
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KUCHING: The government will give more emphasis on entrepreneur development including small-medium enterprises (SMEs), which form the backbone of the economy. In stating this, Industrial and Entrep…
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HEADLINES: Dengue cases up, no Zika cases reported nationwide
PUTRAJAYA: Dengue fever cases nationwide during the 24th week, from June 12-18, recorded an increase of 1,803 cases or 13.8 per cent from 1,585 cases the previous week. Health director-general Datu…
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HEADLINES: Strong winds uproot canopies worth RM56,000 at Saberkas night bazaar
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HEADLINES: Eight hurt in Puchong explosion
KUALA LUMPUR: At least eight people were injured in an explosion believed to have been caused by a hand grenade near an entertainment outlet at IOI Boulevard, Puchong early today. \ The incident ha…
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HEADLINES: Teenager dies in workshop fire
SIBU: A young worker was killed when fire struck a lorry workshop at Ding Lik Kwong Road on Sunday night. It is believed that Hasmi Belangkang, 19, was sleeping alone in the workshop as his two co-…
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HEADLINES: Strong winds cause estimated RM56,000 in damages
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THE Borneo Post is the largest and most read English daily in Borneo.
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THE Borneo Post is the largest and most read English daily in Borneo. Headquartered in Kuching, it has an editorial staff of about 200.

Established 32 years ago in April 24, 1978, it has grown rapidly with a total ABC — audited figure of 85,292 copies (63,938 in Sarawak and 21,354 in Sabah – Source: ABC, June 2009) and over a quarter million readership daily. 

Together with its online version and sunday edition — thesundaypost (Jan 13, 2007), which has a total circulation of 67,547 copies in Sarawak, the paper boasts a total readership close to half a million, in Sarawak, Sabah and Brunei Darussalam.

The Borneo Post and thesundaypost are two of the four newspapers, currently in circulation under See Hua Group of newspapers, owned by KTS Holdings Berhad. The other two are Bahasa Malaysia daily, Utusan Borneo (UB) and Chinese daily, See Hua Daily News (SHDN).