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‘God made this land for us, the devil has taken it’: Sarawak dams its people

There is a sober lesson in the Bakun dam saga for other communities along the Sarawak river and elsewhere in south-east Asia, writes freelance journalist Jenny Denton.

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Flooding Borneo villages, with Australian help, rallies locals

In Long San, a small community in the interior of Sarawak, a dam with the help of Australian firm Hydro Tasmania will flood villages. They’re trying to fight back, report Christine Horn and Andrew Dodd.

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Endlings: Borneo’s nomads die out

The nomadic Penan people of Borneo are among the world’s last hunter gatherers, but their numbers are quickly dwindling with the destruction of Borneo’s forests due to logging. How will the traditional tribes survive if plunged suddenly into modernity?

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