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It's been quite long since my last update, so I'll just use the same old lame excuse I use every time whenever I can't get projects done on time.
I've been busy.
Now that I've gotten that out of the way, I want to just inform our readers that I've made some minor changes to the way this blog is structured. It used to be that the news & events page is separate from the blog, but I've merged it into the Eyes on Miri blog, which means that it is also available to our bloggers to post events and news items, and also less confusion for readers.
I've decided that I should now put more work into updates and prior to this it isn't a very efficient way to have both a blog and news page to update.
On another matter, which isn't very new, the business search directory now has its own simplified domain name: MiriBiz.com, or MiriBusiness.com and its old link Search.MiriResortCity.com would still work.
Now hopefully after merging the two together we can provide some great content.
You can still access the news archives here.
"On Sunday morning (28 January 2007), a technician from an international oil and gas company died on the spot after his Toyota Opa car was rammed by a Ford Ranger coming from the opposite direction at Miri Bypass. Abang Mohamad Azroll, 28, was heading for his office in Lutong when he lost control of his car which landed up on the opposite lane where it was hit by the oncoming twin cab. "
How safe is Miri Bypass? There were already countless accidents on that stretch over the past year. As chance would have it, I took a video of how the road is and how its drivers are.
I noticed this particular car was behaving strangely from Padang Kerbau. Watch what happens.
Just a video I took at Taman Selera. It's not much. Really. Just fooling around with the built-in video recording function on my friend's Nikon Coolpix 5900.
How many of us come across things like this everyday?? The amount of people doing this shows lack of brain matter among them. This directly raises concern on whether it would have an impact on the future generations, provided these people know enough to have a next generation that is..
Ahah, a parking space at the end!
One motorbike taking up a full car parking space.