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A unity lesson from Sabah and Sarawak
TOMORROW’S Malaysia Day celebration is not just a public holiday.It is a reminder to Malaysians of how Malaysia was created.On Sept 16, 1963, North Borneo (as Sabah was called then), Sarawak, Singap...
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Bidor all out to go green
BIDOR: The shine of its tin-mining days may be gone but this town is getting greener with another 10,000 trees planted here.
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Stop blaming BN for unmet promises, Guan Eng is urged
KUCHING: A Sarawak activist says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should stop blaming Barisan Nasional for the many unfulfilled promises to the state and needs to come up with “more solid reasons”.
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From small seeds, great dipterocarp trees grow yet taller
Yellow Meranti is the tallest species of tropical tree in the world.
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NWHR to push electronic-music scene with three after parties during WAK
DJ Zig Zach will spin at the final NWHR after party at Location X this October.
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More than 300 schools in Johor to close as air quality reaches 'very unhealthy' level
JOHOR BAHRU: More than 300 schools and kindergartens in Malaysia's southern state of Johor have been ordered to close on Sunday (Sep 15) after the haze reached "very unhealthy" levels in three distric...
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Aeon plants 10,000 trees at FRIM Bidor research station
BIDOR: A total of 10,000 trees of various species were planted at the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia's (FRIM) Bidor Research Station by retailer Aeon Co (M)...
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New Malay alliance not Borneo’s cup of tea, says analyst
KOTA KINABALU: A political analyst has dismissed the possibility of any Borneo-based opposition party rushing to join the alliance that PAS and Umno are expected to formalise today.
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Indonesians hold mass prayer for rain
Indonesian Muslims gather for special prayers asking for rain in Pekanbaru, Riau province as smog from rainforest fires envelop the Southeast Asian region.
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Nation building lessons from the jungle — Chrishen Gomez
SEPTEMBER 13 — The intrinsic value of forests was recently brought to the fore of public dialogue, with images of a burning Amazonian forest shocking netizens.
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Indonesia rejects Putrajaya's complaints of cross-border haze
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Indonesia today rejected Putrajaya’s complaints about health-impairing haze “drifting from its forest fires across the border”, reported Reuters.
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Death toll rises as millions in Indonesia suffer from raging forest fires
JAKARTA: The last time Mulyoto was seen alive, he was rushing towards his plantation near his home in the village of Lintas Utara in the Indonesian province of Riau at 3pm on Wednesday (Sep 11).
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Indonesia blames Malaysian companies for some forest fires
JAKARTA (Sept 13): Indonesia on Friday blamed four Malaysian companies, including the world's biggest producer of sustainable palm oil, for causing some of the forest fires within its borders, in an e...
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Indonesia blames Malaysian companies for some forest fires
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia on Friday blamed four Malaysian companies, including the world's biggest producer of sustainable palm oil, for causing some of the...
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Haze envelopes several parts of peninsula
PETALING JAYA: Thick haze continued to choke several parts of Malaysia this afternoon with more spots recording unhealthy Air Pollutant Index readings.
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Indonesia hits back over haze from forest fires
JAKARTA: Indonesia today rejected Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting from its forest fires across the border, saying blazes are also raging in parts of Malaysia and on Malaysian-owned...
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Indonesia hits back at Malaysia over forest fires
JAKARTA (Sept 13): Indonesia on Friday rejected Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting from its forest fires across the border, saying blazes were also raging in parts of Malaysia and on ...
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Durian the next big threat to Malaysian rainforest: Environmentalist
KUALA LUMPUR: Soaring Chinese demand for durian is turning into the next big threat to Malaysia’s depleted rainforest, a conservation expert said on Thursday, urging regulation.
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China's love of durian 'next big threat' to Malaysian rainforest
Soaring Chinese demand for the stinky durian fruit is turning into the next big threat to Malaysia’s depleted rainforest, a conservation expert said on Thursday, urging regulation.
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Time to get serious in clearing the air
“THE haze is so bad this year!” It is easy to agree with this exclamation that has become ubiquitous in the last few days, confirmed by Air Pollutant Index (API) readings.
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China's love of durian 'next big threat' to Malaysian rainforest
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Soaring Chinese demand for the durian fruit is turning into the next big threat to Malaysia's depleted rainforest, a conservation expert said on Thursday (Sept 12), urging reg...
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China’s love for durians ‘next big threat’ to Malaysian rainforest, expert warns
KUALA LUMPUR: Soaring Chinese demand for durians is turning into the next big threat to Malaysia’s depleted rainforest, a conservation expert said today.
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China's love of stinky durian 'next big threat' to Malaysian rainforest
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 ― Soaring Chinese demand for the stinky durian fruit is turning into the next big threat to Malaysia's depleted rainforest, a conservation expert said today, urging regulation.
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Dr M to write to Indonesian President as row over haze flares
Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin said Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise concerns about the cross-borde...
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Dr M to write to Jokowi as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR: Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia’s leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, as a row over smoke from forest fires simmers.
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Malaysian PM to write to Indonesia's leader as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said on Thursday...
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Malaysian PM to write to Indonesia's leader as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said on Thursday (Sep 12), as a r...
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Dr M to write to Indonesia's Jokowi as row over haze flares, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 ― Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said today, as...
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Let judges familiar with Bornean matters hear appeals, says Sri Ram
PETALING JAYA: A retired judge has urged the governments of Sabah and Sarawak to convince Putrajaya to amend the Courts of Judicature Act to ensure that at least two judges with experience in matters ...
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Govt mulls legal action against companies involved in illegal land clearing
KUALA LUMPUR: The government says it is considering taking companies involved in illegal land clearing to court, as Malaysia continues to grapple with the haze which has seen many areas enveloped in s...
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Appeal for review of native land rights ruling rejected
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court dismissed an application by a group of Sarawakians to review a 2016 decision over native customary land rights.
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Haze in region gets worse as hot spots rise
Smoke-filled skies have forced the closure of thousands of schools in Indonesia and Malaysia, and raised tensions between the neighbours over who is to blame for the haze choking the region.
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Air quality drops out of ‘unhealthy’ category in Kuching as API falls below 100
An image on the Asean Specialised Meteorological Centre shows hotspots, haze, rainfall and wind direction in Borneo as of 1am on Sept 12.
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Thousands pray for rain in Indonesia as forests go up in smoke
Thousands of Indonesians prayed for rain in haze-hit towns on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo on Wednesday, as forest fires raged at the height of the dry season, the state Antara news agency report...
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Indonesia says it's not to blame for Malaysian haze
JAKARTA (DPA) - Haze that has blanketed parts of Malaysia and forced the closure of schools came from forest fires in that country, and not from Indonesia, the government in Jakarta said on Wednesday ...
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Malaysians lament on social media as air quality deteriorates due to haze
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK, AFP) - Malaysians have taken to social media to lament about how the haze is affecting them as air quality continued to worsen due to transboundary haze blan...
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Schools forced to shut as toxic smog blankets SE Asia
Indonesian firefighters battling a forest fire in Kampar, Riau.
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Half a million face masks sent to haze-hit Sarawak
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 (Reuters): Half a million face masks have been sent to Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in...
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Half a million face masks sent to Sarawak as fires burn
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in Indonesia, authorities said on Tuesday.
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Malaysia’s national disaster management agency sends half a million face masks to haze-hit state as fires burn
The haze has affected schools throughout the state, with API levels spiking to nearly 250 – very unhealthy levels- over the weekend.
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Malaysia sends half a million face masks to haze-hit Sarawak as 409 schools close on Tuesday
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to its eastern state of Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, authorities sai...
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Malaysia sends half a million face masks to haze-hit Sarawak as fires burn
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to its eastern state of Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, auth...
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Malaysia sends half a million face masks to haze-hit state as fires burn
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to its eastern state of Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, autho...
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Malaysia's national disaster agency sends half a million face masks to haze-hit Sarawak as fires burn
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to its eastern state of Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, aut...
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Malaysia to commence cloud-seeding to combat haze, Indonesian denies fires in Sumatra are the cause
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia prepared to seed clouds after air quality in parts of the country reached unhealthy levels due to smog from forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, an official said on Monday ...
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Malaysia ready to induce rain in effort to ease haze
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia is preparing to seed clouds after air quality in parts of the country fell to unhealthy levels because of haze from forest fires, an official said yesterday.
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Malaysia to commence cloud-seeding to combat haze, Indonesian denies fires in Sumatra are the cause
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Malaysia prepared to seed clouds after air quality in parts of the country reached unhealthy levels due to smog from forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia, an official said on Mo...
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Male elephants may be evolving 'tuskless' to survive poaching
KOTA KINABALU - Hunted for their tusks, the Borneo pygmy elephant may be evolving without tusks in Sabah's wild.
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Male jumbos may be evolving 'tuskless' to survive poaching
KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Hunted for their tusks, the Borneo pygmy elephant may be evolving without their tusks in Sabah's wild.
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Jumbos losing their tusks
KOTA KINABALU: Hunted for their tusks, the Borneo pygmy elephant may be evolving without their tusks in Sabah’s wild.
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As haze worsens, Malaysia looking into cloud-seeding
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia is looking into the feasibility of cloud seeding to induce rain in areas which are currently affected by haze as more areas in Sarawak recorded unh...
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KL to urge Jakarta to take swift action on haze amid spike in hot spots
JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's science ministry will urge Indonesia to take immediate action to fight haze, it said yesterday, as Jakarta detected a spike in the number of hot spots, indicating w...
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Malaysia complains of smog from Indonesia as forest fires flare
Malaysia will urge Indonesia to take immediate action to fight haze as Jakarta has detected a spike in worsening forest fires across the archipelago.
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Malaysia complains of smog from Indonesia as forest fires flare
JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 6): Malaysia's science ministry will urge Indonesia to take immediate action to fight haze, it said on Friday, as Jakarta detected a spike in the number of hot spots indicat...
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Malaysia complains of haze from Indonesia as forest fires flare
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 6 — Malaysia’s Science Ministry will urge Indonesia to take immediate action to fight haze, it said today, as Jakarta detected a spike in the number of hot spots indicating wors...
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ASMC: Hotspots on Borneo rise to 459 in 24 hours, western Sarawak to see haze
Photo taken of the Kuching City South Council building from Pullman Hotel shows a light blanket of haze over Kuching this morning.
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Rare Bornean banteng falling victim to traps
KOTA KINABALU: The banteng, the wild cattle of Borneo, are not just being poached but increasingly turning up as bycatch in snares set for other animals, say conservation...
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Sleepy to sleepless? Indonesia's future capital in the forest
By day, the unforgiving sun glares off the road beside Ipah’s wooden home with blinding brightness as a passing motorcycle stirs a swirl of dust.
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JPJ forms task force to stem revenue loss from illegal renewal of vehicle licences
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 3 — The Road Transport Department (RTD) has established a task force whose main job is to catch those who attempt to renew their vehicle licences on the sly in Sabah, Sarawak, Lab...
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Clouded leopard found dead by firefighters in Kuala Baram, believed killed by peat soil fires
A Naim ERT volunteer holds up the carcass of the wild animal, believed to be a juvenile clouded leopard.
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Visit M'sia 2020 targets scaled down after 2014 triple plane tragedies
KUALA LUMPUR: The Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM2020) target of 30mil tourist arrivals and RM100bil in tourism receipts has been scaled down from a much higher figure...
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New attractions to boost Borneo Ant House’s appeal
TUARAN: Three new attractions have been added to Borneo Ant House, a mini educational theme park located about 7.5km from here.
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Don’t talk of poverty, look at Sabah and Sarawak, says Jeffrey
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and Sarawak continue to suffer more from poverty than the other states despite being rich in resources, Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) president Jeffrey Kitingan said.
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‘Buy now, pay later’ schemes take off in Indonesia’s online shopping malls
More Indonesian shoppers are using pay-later methods to buy items ranging from jeans to flight tickets, given the ease with which a loan is approved
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Media company apologises for mixing up Sarawak, Sabah on national day show
A screenshot of the misleading prop that was aired by a local TV station.
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Mutual benefits from new capital, say experts
INDONESIA’S plan to move its capital from the “sinking” megalopolis of Jakarta some 1,000km away to Borneo, which houses one of the world’s largest rainforests, has...
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Moving beyond colonial capitals
SEPTMEBER 1 — Indonesia seems to be serious about moving its capital.
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Asia should fix its megacities, not move them
Asia’s biggest cities, from Shanghai to Dhaka, are struggling to manage the impact of decades of growth.
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Destiny of Singapore, Malaysia depends on ability to have constructive relationship: Vivian Balakrishnan
GEORGE TOWN, Penang: Singapore and Malaysia are permanent neighbours and the destiny of both countries depends on the ability to have a constructive bilateral relationship, said Minister for Foreign ...
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Indonesia pledges US$40b to modernise Jakarta
JAKARTA: The Indonesian government is not abandoning Jakarta after announcing plans to move the country’s capital, its planning minister said, pledging to spend US$40bil to save the slowly sinking city in the next decade.
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An encounter with victims of the Sandakan Death Marches
When the Second World War came to Borneo, Pelabiu Akai’s mother moved the family back to their village in Nalapak, Ranau.
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Hornbill casque items much sought after in black market
PETALING JAYA: The Helmeted Hornbill is the largest in the hornbill family, the national bird of Malaysia. It can be found in southern Myan­mar, Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo and Sumatra.
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Indonesian police investigate palm oil companies over forest fires
JAKARTA: Indonesian police are investigating three palm oil companies on suspicion of starting fires on Borneo island, where environmentalists say extensive...
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Indonesia pledges US$40 billion to modernise Jakarta
The Indonesian government is not abandoning Jakarta after announcing plans to move the country's capital, its planning minister said, pledging to spend US$40 billion (RM169 billion) to save the slowly...
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Mind the forests, wildlife expert tells Sabah as Indonesia plans capital shift
KOTA KINABALU: A wildlife expert has urged Sabah to tread carefully in any upgrades in connectivity with Indonesia following news that the country intends to relocate its capital from Jakarta to the p...
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Royal Brunei Airlines expands services to Sandakan, Tawau
Martin (second left), William (third left), Asulhamhaidi (fourth left) and Ai Ling (fifth left) at the launch of the RB Link’s flight services to Sandakan and Tawau.
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How about Jokograd? Indonesians suggest names for new capital
Indonesians leapt in with suggestions of a name for their future capital on Tuesday after the long-awaited announcement of the new city’s location gave no clue what it would be called.
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The new catalyst in Borneo from Indonesia.
I wrote about it earlier here: East Kalimantan a new catalyst for Sabah and Sarawak.
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Indonesian president unveils site of new capital on Borneo island
Indonesia plans to move its capital to Borneo island from Jakarta, a crowded, polluted city on the north coast of Java island which is slowly sinking, the president said on Monday.
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Any decision on MA63 to be discussed with Sarawak consultative committee first, CM says
SRI AMAN, Aug 24 — Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Openg today gave his assurance that he will report back to the Sarawak State Legislative Assembly Consultative Committee on issues, incl...
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No basis for linking palm oil to deforestation: Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has said linking the production of palm oil to deforestation was "baseless, unfair and unjustified", and that the industry has grown responsi...
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Report: Jokowi denies picking East Kalimantan for Indonesia’s new capital
Joko Widodo delivers a speech in front of parliament members, ahead of Independence Day, at the parliament building in Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Malaysia's Mahathir says linking palm oil to deforestation 'baseless'
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Friday (Aug 23) said linking the production of palm oil to deforestation was "baseless, unfair and unjustified", and that the industry has gr...
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Malaysia's Mahathir says linking palm oil to deforestation 'baseless'
KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad on Friday (Aug 23) said linking the production of palm oil to deforestation was "baseless, unfair and unjustified", and that the indu...
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Left behind in wartime chaos
Kadazan native Anthony Labangka was 10 years old when the Japanese Imperial Army invaded Borneo during World War II.
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Indonesia picks East Kalimantan province for new capital
Indonesia will build a new capital in the province of East Kalimantan on Borneo island, media cited Land Planning Minister Sofyan Djalil as saying on Thursday.
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Elephants saved from abandoned mining pond in Malaysia
PETALING JAYA: Five elephants which were trapped in a mining pond in a forest reserve in Pahang were rescued by wildlife department officers.
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Envoy: Thailand can offer Sabah wider regional access
KOTA KINABALU: Both Sabah and Thailand stand to mutually benefit from doing business with each other as they will also have access to the wider connections to neighbouring regions, said Thai Ambassador Malay­sia Narong Sasitorn.
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Elephants saved from abandoned mining pond
PETALING JAYA: Five elephants which were trapped in a mining pond in a forest reserve in Pahang were rescued by wildlife department officers.
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Thailand eyes potential growth in Sabah, says envoy
KOTA KINABALU: Both Sabah and Thailand stand to benefit from doing business with each other due to their strategic locations, says the Ambassador of Thailand to Malaysia, Narong Sasitorn.
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Sabah parties see red over mufti’s ‘Tanah Melayu’ remark
KOTA KINABALU: Several Sabah parties have taken Perlis mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin to task for his recent comment that Malaysia is “for the Malays”, saying the country belonged to all Malaysians...
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‘MA63 talks with govt on right track’
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and the Federal Government are keeping their election promise to resolve longstanding issues on the erosion of state rights, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said.
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Sabah Umno says MA63 announcement not what Sabahans want
PUTRAJAYA: A Sabah Umno leader has decried the federal administration's announcement on Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63), claiming that what was decided is not what Sabahans want.
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Royal Brunei Airlines introduces RB Link flights for Bintulu, Sibu
(From left) RB Sales Manager for East Malaysia Phillip Lokupi, Brunei Darussalam Consul General in Kuching Pengiran Kartini Pengiran Tahir, STB Director of Marketing Benedict Jimbau, and Ai-Ling pose ...
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Business council happy to have Indonesian capital in Kalimantan
KOTA KINABALU: A business council has welcomed Indonesia’s decision to move its capital to the “heart of Borneo”.
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Sabah to administer islands
PETALING JAYA: Sabah will be granted administrative powers over Pulau Sipadan and Ligitan, specifically relating to tourism, under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
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Multinational business council welcomes Indonesia's decision to move capital to Kalimantan
KOTA KINABALU: The Brunei-Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippines East Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA) Business Council (BEBC) has welcomed Indonesia’s decision to move its capital into the "heart of Borneo".
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Activist accuses Dr M of having ‘Malaysia for Malayans’ mentality
KUCHING: Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s call for Malaysian patriotism among Sarawakians and Sabahans has drawn the scorn of the Movement of Change for Sarawak.
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(VIDEO) Nur Evelyn lands BTSC solo singing title in fourth year (Updated)
KUALA LUMPUR: It was fourth-time lucky for Nur Evelyn Eleanor Adrian Gan, who won the singing category of the Berjaya TeenStar Challenge 2019 (BTSC) today.
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(VIDEO) Nur Evelyn lands BTSC solo singing title in fourth year
KUALA LUMPUR: It was fourth time lucky for Nur Evelyn Eleanor Adrian Gan who won the singing category of the Berjaya TeenStar Challenge 2019 (BTSC 2019) today.
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