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Submitted by eyeonmiri on Fri, 2013-05-17 17:12. :: Eyes on Miri | Health | News & Events | Special interests
18 May 2013 - Health Talk : "You Are What You Eat"
Venue : Imperial Palace Hotel
Time : 9am
Contact: Ms. Christine Lee 085-423728
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Fri, 2013-05-17 17:09. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests | Tourism
Miri Fest - Sale of Food, Drinks, Handicraft & Assorted Merchandises
Venue : Miri City Council Field
Mr. Jap 016 871 9424
Mr. Lau 016 850 2882
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Fri, 2013-05-17 09:24. :: Eyes on Miri | Blogosphere | News & Events | Special interests | Statistics
According to the Insolvency Department's figures for the last six years, starting from 2007 to April this year, Miri is ranked 15th for city with the most bankrupts. Neighboring cities Kuching and Sibu are ranked 12th and 18th.
At a recent bankruptcy seminar held in Kuching, it was mentioned that there "were" 13,000 bankrupts in the Sarawak, but it isn't clear on how many of those are within Miri, or whether they are now cleared of bankruptcy as past tense was used to describe the fact.
Financial ruin faced by bankrupts did not mean the end for them. They are not restricted in any way and can still borrow or travel abroad contrary to popular myth, but with a caveat - they need to inform the Insolvency Department so as to be given the chance to find a solution to their problems.
Submitted by eyeonmiri on Sat, 2013-05-11 09:07. :: Eyes on Miri | News & Events | Special interests | Tourism
Malindo Air announced plans to expand its network by commencing flights to Sibu (June 11), Miri (June 14) and Tawau (June 26). The new routes coincide with the imminent delivery of the KLIA-based carrier’s third and fourth aircraft.
Malindo Air is currently the youngest and claim to be the most state-of-the-art airline in the Asia region.
Sibu, Miri and Tawau becomes Malindo Air’s third, fourth and fifth gateway to East Malaysia and will offer guests more choice and better connectivity to more business and leisure destinations in East Malaysia from the airline’s hub at KLIA.
Malindo Air currently operates a fleet of two Boeing 737-900ER (extended range) aircraft in a two-class configuration of 12 seats in Business and 168 seats in Economy.
For more information or to make a booking, call +603 7841 5388, visit MalindoAir.com or your preferred travel agent.