With the success of our very first CMS Tribal Run in 2015, I was even more excited to participate in the 2nd (CMS Tribal Run 2.0). I trained for my run (or short sprints followed by hops, skips and walks) months before last Sunday’s big run.
Since January 2016, Sarawak had experienced heavy downpour which resulted in homes being flooded or affected by landslides, particularly during a high tide phenomenon.
Tunku Putra School teachers relish the opportunity to collaborate across subjects and hence the reason for introducing the cross curricular activity Spy Day. The skills and knowledge students develop in the area of Mathematics, Science and History are essential for student success.
This time of year, CMS Roads and my dedicated crews are on standby throughout Sarawak; ready to spring into action for any incident affecting State Roads.
On the 19th of February, Kuching and surrounding areas experienced heavy rainfall over a sustained period of time creating the perfect conditions for landslides and embankment failures. The Tapah area was hit particularly hard with over 90 failures between the 19th and 21st of February, as on previous occasions the crews led by Senior Operations Executive, Mr Kelvin Ng and Tapah Operations Executive, Mr Jetphre Ak Empali worked tirelessly to get all roads passable on the same day.
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