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We’ll work with federal to return rights to Sabah under MA63 – Liew
Christina and Anwar with PKR supporters at the event.
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Dr Mahathir returns to Kuala Lumpur
KOTA KINABALU (Sept 17): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, accompanied by wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali, returned to the federal capital from Terminal Two, Kota Kinabalu International Airp...
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Mahathir arrives in Kota Kinabalu for one-day working visit
KOTA KINABALU: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali arrived at Terminal Two, Kota Kinabalu International Airport here today for a one-day working visit.
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Dr M arrives in Kota Kinabalu for one-day working visit
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 17 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali arrived at Terminal Two, Kota Kinabalu International Airport here today for a one-day working ...
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KK film-making hub proposal gets govt support
Liew (second left) with Jude (left), Rolf (second right) and Hassan (right) at the 10th KKIFF.
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Sabah leaders’ wishlist for unity of nation to prevail
KOTA KINABALU: Leaders in Sabah have their own wishlist for the future that includes hope for unity to prevail and that the country’s top leaders honour the...
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Inaugural Tropical Rainforest Run on Sept 28
Christina (fifth left) and other invited guests with the official poster for the run.
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Budget hotels expect higher occupancy rate
Liew (centre) receiving a book on SHA from Terence.
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Gifts for children at Tawau Hospital
Dr Lo, Jin Nah, Pang, Dr Syarida, Dr Tham, Matron Hafsa and others cutting a commemorative cake.
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Over 10,000 take part in Merdeka Day celebration
Juhar inspecting a guard of honour at the National Day parade.
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Govt to pay SFI staff salaries
Shafie and Yusof at the Sipitang Fruit Festival.
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Floating hotel, restaurant boost for tourism soon
Christina (middle), flanked by Wong (left) and Lai (right), during the MoU ceremony.
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Sabah International Convention Centre to be ready early next year – CM
Shafie (fifth left) flanked by his ministers (from left to right) Phoong, Frankie, Peter, Christina and Dr Yusof (fifth right) and Ewon (fourth right).
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MA63: 40% revenue, royalties require further discussion – CM
KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Shafie Apdal is confident that the Federal Government is moving in the right direction towards implementing the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63) in line...
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CM’s wife launches her recipe book ‘Curry Leaves’
Shafie, Shuryani and Liew showing the recipe book entitled ‘Curry Leaves’. KOTA KINABALU: Wife of Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Panglima Shafie Apdal, Datin Seri Panglima Hajah Shuryani binti Datuk ...
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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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Federal Govt, Sabah moving in right direction over MA63, says Shafie
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and the federal government are moving in the right direction, in keeping their election promise to resolve longstanding issues connected to eroded state rights under the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
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Sabah PH to support Warisan candidate for Kimanis by-election – Liew
Kung (fourth left) presents a souvenir to Liew.
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Bid to ensure Sumatran rhino survives
KOTA KINABALU: Both Malaysia and Indonesia are taking what may be the first step in saving the Sumatran rhino from extinction with the arrival of an expert from Germany next month to help extract eggs from Iman, the sole surviving female animal in Sabah.
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Liew visits rhino Iman
Liew (second right) feeding Iman with a branch of leaves.
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Archbishop of Canterbury to visit Sabah
Liew (seated at centre), flanked by Bishop John (on her left) and William, with members of the organising committee.
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Sabah seeks German expertise in rhino captive breeding
KUNDASANG: Sabah is seeking a German expert for a Rhino captive breeding programme to be jointly undertaken with Indonesia, said state Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
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Liew supports safari park proposal for Sabah
Liew (wearing cap), flanked by William (on her left) and Drs Jansen, and others (from left : Biswajit, Bobby, Noredah, Augustine, Henry and Alexander) at the Mount Gede Pangrango National Park in West...
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Hope for saving the Sumatran rhino
KUALA LUMPUR: A collaboration between Malaysia and Indon­esia to conserve the Sumatran rhinoceros is set to go forward as early as next month.
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Masidi: No need for safari park in Sabah, focus on anti-poaching efforts
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah does not need a new wildlife breeding area and should focus on enforcement efforts against poaching and wildlife trade instead, says Sabah Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia deputy chief Datuk Masidi Manjun.
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Decision soon on designated smoking areas in Sabah
Arifin presenting beef to a recipient at City Hall’s Aidiladha celebration.
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Indonesia to consider KK-Jakarta route revival
KOTA KINABALU: Indonesia has agreed to consider Sabah’s proposal to revive the Kota Kinabalu-Jakarta route which was stopped due to the low number of passengers.
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Suitable area in Sabah sought to rehabilitate wild animals
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is identifying a suitable area in the state to rehabilitate wild animals in a bid for better wildlife conservation.
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Sabah’s request to revive Jakarta-Kota Kinabalu flight
JAKARTA: Indonesia will consider Sabah’s request to revive the Jakarta-Kota Kinabalu direct flight to boost the tourism industry for both countries.
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Sabah to identify site for protection of wildlife
SEMPORNA: The Sabah state government will identify an area in the state suitable as wildlife habitat and breeding grounds, especially for endangered animals.
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Shafie: Sabah govt to identify locations for wildlife rehabilitation
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is in the midst of identifying land and suitable areas to rehabilitate wild animals in a bid to better protect wildlife.
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Sabah to identify site for protection of wildlife
Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal SEMPORNA: The Sabah state government will identify an area in the state suitable as wildlife habitat and breeding grounds, especially for endangered animals.
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Sabah CM says identifying site to house local wildlife
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 11 — The Sabah state government will identify an area in the state suitable as wildlife habitat and breeding grounds, especially for endangered animals.
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Hope for rhino breeding plan
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia and Indonesia are expected to ink a memorandum of understanding to conserve Sumatran rhinoceros which are on the brink of extinction in Sabah.KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia and Indonesia are expected to ink a memorandum of understanding to conserve Sumatran rhinoceros which are on the brink of extinction in Sabah.
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Shafie grateful to Upko
Shafie (middle), with Tangau (second right), Dompok (second left) and other Upko leaders cutting the anniversary cake.
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Sabah-M’sia, Indonesia govts to ink MoU on Rhino conservation
Liew (centre) presenting a proboscis monkey toy to Wiratno during the exchange of mementos.
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Guangzhou-Tawau direct flight postponed to Jan 2020
Liew KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew said that the direct Guangzhou-Tawau flight has been postponed to January 2020.
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More thumbs down for khat in schools
PETALING JAYA: Objections to the introduction of khat – a Malay-Arabic calligraphy – into the primary education syllabus has intensified.
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Channel half of departure tax earnings to state, Sabah says
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 5 — Expressing dissatisfaction that it was not consulted before a decision was made, the Sabah government has said it wants at least 50 per cent of the collection from the departu...
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Sabah PKR says ‘no’ to compulsory khat studies
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 5 — Khat, or Arabic calligraphy, can be taught in schools but only as an optional curriculum, Sabah PKR chief Datuk Christina Liew said today.
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Sabah still popular with Chinese tourists despite scuba divers’ death, says DCM
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 5 — Chinese tourists are still visiting Sabah uninterrupted, state Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Christina Liew said today.
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985 ex-Umno members join PKR
Liew (centre), flanked by Romi (on her right) and Dausil, receiving the membership registration forms.
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Sabah PKR leaders pledge support for Anwar
Liew (seated at centre), flanked by John (on her right) and Mustapha, and other leaders display the pledge signed by 17 branch heads.
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Luxury yacht boost to Semporna tourism
Liew (centre), flanked byl Liang (on her left) and Ho, cutting the ribbon to mark Borneo Serenity’s successful maiden voyage at the Marina Jetty, Sutera Harbour Resort.
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Tawau Hospital gets RM20,000 allocation from MP
Liew checking out the endoscopy room of the old hospital block.
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Christina welcomes China group’s interest to invest in Sabah
Liew (seated, centre), flanked by William (on her right) and Chong, with Pan (fourth left), Noredah (third left), Dr Tan (fourth right), Liao (third right), Liaw (second right) and the rest of the vis...
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RM60,000 boost for KK Jazz Festival
Christina (centre) receiving a promotional poster from Ong.
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13th KK Jazz Festival returns to raise funds for community projects
KOTA KINABALU: One of the longest running jazz festivals in Malaysia, the Kota Kinabalu Jazz Festival (KKJF), returns for the 13th time next week, where part of its proceeds will go to community projects in Sabah.
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Sabah offers rhino’s eggs to Indonesia
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is offering the eggs of its last remaining female Sumatran rhino Iman for fertilisation with male rhinos from Indonesia, says Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
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Road repair allocation needed to advance rural Sabah tourism
KINABATANGAN: Sabah Rural Development Minister Datuk Ewon Benedick has proposed that a Rural Tourism Road category be created to facilitate the government’s efforts to provide special allocations for road maintenance or upgrade.
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Sabah Tourism named to sit on PATA board
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Tourism Board (STB) has been nominated to sit on the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) board for a two-year term until 2021.
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Sabah urges Indonesian collaboration to stop Sumatran rhino extinction
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is offering the eggs of its last remaining female Sumatran rhino Iman to be used for the fertilisation attempts with Indonesia's male rhino.
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DBKK, X’ian association to sign MoU
Liew (centre), flanked by Frankie (on her left) and Wang, with Nordin (third from right), William (second from right), Pan (second from left), STB officials and the rest of the NSRAPIC delegation.
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STB nominated to sit on PATA Board
Noredah KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Tourism Board (STB) has been nominated to sit on the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Board for a two-year term until 2021.
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Rural tourism road category needed to get road repair allocation in Sabah
KINABATANGAN: Sabah Rural Development Minister Datuk Ewon Benedick has proposed that a Rural Tourism Road category be created to facilitate the government’s efforts to provide special allocations fo...
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Sabah Tourism nominated to sit on Pata board
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Tourism Board (STB) has been nominated for the first time to sit on the Pacific Asia Travel Association (Pata) board for a two-year term until 2021.
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Stand by Anwar to resolve party crisis, says Sabah PKR chief
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah PKR chief Datuk Christina Liew (pix) today called on the party’s leaders not to wantonly issue statements on the crisis facing the party but instead stand by the president Datu...
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Sabah PKR stands with Anwar
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah PKR fully supports party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim in leading the party to sort out current stir over a case on party' s deputy Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.
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Sabah, Penang performing well in promoting tourism
Liew (second left) receiving the invitation to visit Penang by Yeoh (on her left).
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Sabah PKR: Stand by Anwar, don't wantonly issue statements
Sabah PKR chief Datuk Christina Liew today called on party leaders not to wantonly issue statements on the crisis facing the party but instead stand by party president Anwar Ibrahim to resolve it.
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Sabah PKR: Stand by Anwar, don't wantonly issue statements
Sabah PKR chief Datuk Christina Liew today called on party leaders not to wantonly issue statements on the crisis facing the party but instead stand by party president Anwar Ibrahim to resolve it.
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Stand by Anwar to resolve party crisis, says Sabah PKR chief
KOTA KINABALU, July 21 — Sabah PKR chief Datuk Christina Liew today called on the party’s leaders not to wantonly issue statements on the crisis facing the party but instead stand by the president...
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Penang, Sabah have big role to play in Visit Malaysia Year 2020
KOTA KINABALU: Penang and Sabah have a role to play in helping the nation meet its target of 30 million tourist arrivals during Visit Malaysia Year 2020.
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Concert celebrates 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations Malaysia, China
From left, Jaujan, Tangau, Yang, Lin, Shafie, Juhar, Norlidah, Shuryani, Liew, Liang and others in a group photo with the Guangxi Symphony Orchestra at the end of the concert.
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Sabah sets up special cabinet committee to develop rural tourism
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has set up a special Cabinet committee to monitor and double up initiatives to develop the state’s rural tourism sector in an integrated manner.
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Liew’s visit to Turkey museum helps to promote sports tourism in Sabah
Liew (centre) displaying the football jersey presented by Umut (second right).
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Association praised for promoting Sabah tourism
Liew (middle) and other guests with leaders of Sabah Ann Koai Association cutting the 25th anniversary cake.
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Elephant tusks smuggling disappointing – Liew
Indonesian officials showing the 10 elephant tusks seized from the suspect (centre).
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Tagap Dance Theatre wins International Youth Folk Dance Festival
Liew (centre) presenting the Chief Minister’s Award to Tagap Dance Theatre, Sabah (International Category).
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Wildlife Rescue Unit praised for rescuing juvenile clouded leopard
A WRU Ranger rescuing the tranquilised clouded leopard at Kg Perancangan in Ranau yesterday.
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Labuan focusing on tourism sector to restore its economy
KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): The Labuan Corporation is currently opting to focus on the tourism sector as the main economic driver of the duty-free island to replace its dependency on the fluctuating oil a...
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Tackle fish bombing threat seriously – Christina
Christina KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew called for stricter penalty on those found involved in fish bombing activities.
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Tourists should not be alarmed by illegal fish bombing incident, says Tourism Deputy Minister
IPOH: Tourists should not be spooked by the illegal fish bombing incident in Semporna, says Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Muhammad Bakhtiar Wan Chik.
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Authorities condemn illegal fish bombing activities
KOTA KINABALU: Both Federal and Sabah state level tourism ministers have condemned illegal fish bombing activities here after the death of three divers in waters off Semporna in Sabah's east coast on Friday (July 5).
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Sabah deputy CM: Enforce heavier penalty against those involved in illegal fish bombing activities
KOTA KINABALU, July 6 — Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew has urged local authorities to bring an end to fish bombing activities following the deaths of two Chinese tourists and their...
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Chinese tourists, scuba diver killed by fish bombs in Semporna
SEMPORNA (July 5): Two foreign tourists and a local scuba diver were believed to be killed by fish bombs while diving in waters off Pulau Kalapuan near here today.
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Sabah assistant minister says respect native’s right in controversial Papar dam project
KOTA KINABALU, July 3 — Sabah Assistant Law and Native Affairs minister     said she remains firm in her belief that the controversial Papar dam was unnecessary and the government should uphold t...
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More boots on the ground against wildlife poaching, trafficking
Elephant bull murdered by ivory poachers in central Sabah.
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Sabah's anti-poaching efforts boosted with RM4mil donation
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Forestry Department's special "Protect Team" – aimed at wiping out poachers and traffickers threatening the state's iconic wildlife species – has been given a boost with an RM4mil donation from the Sime Darby Foundation.
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Orang-utan named ‘Christina Liew’
SUKAU: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew toured parts of the Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary on her maiden trip here by boat from Sandakan on Thursday.
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SAPP: Sabah govt statements about Papar dam, TAED 'huge disappointment'
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government's statements about the Papar dam and the Tanjung Aru Eco Development (TAED) project are a "huge disappointment" for the people of Sabah, says the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP).
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More five-star hotels approved
Liew (seated centre), flanked by Tan and Chin, with Krishna (seated second left), Isham (fourth left), other guests, Matta officials and members.
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Sabah to create state wildlife policy
The Introductory Workshop jointly organised by the Sabah Wildlife Department and WWF-Malaysia. KOTA KINABALU: The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment kickstarted its efforts to create a Saba...
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Engineer gives RM1mil to set up pangolin sanctuary
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Pango­lin Sanctuary and Research Institute (Sapsari), to be based in Tawau, received RM1mil from retired Malaysia-born, US-­based engineer Peter Chan who first mooted the idea for the institute.
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US-based founder of pangolin research centre, sanctuary needs public help
KOTA KINABALU: Animal loving engineer Peter Chan has come to Sabah to initiate the setting up of a pangolin research centre and sanctuary, but he would need the public’s assistance to keep the programme afloat.
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Sabah popular incentive tourism destination
Liew (fourth left), flanked by Ko (fourth right) and Liu, with Fiona (second right), Tay (second left), Kenny (left) and others.
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Deputy CM: Sabah played host to over one million tourists in first five months 2019
KOTA KINABALU, June 24 — More than one million tourists visited Sabah from January to May this year, with 662,560 of them being local tourists and 371,311 million foreigners who arrived on flights v...
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Over one million tourists visit Sabah in first five months
KOTA KINABALU: More than one million tourists visited Sabah from January to May this year, with 662,560 of them being local tourists and 371,311 million foreigners who arrived on flights via the Kota ...
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Sabah identified as potential site for pangolin research, conservation efforts
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has been identified as a potential site for pangolin research and conservation efforts and a research site will be set up in Tawau district soon.
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Christina to address registration of Airbnb, home-sharing operators
Christina (3rd left) receiving a cartoon caricature of herself (drawn by artist Lim Sheng Haw) from the delegation, presented by Gordon (centre).
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OAUK donates three 4WDs to Sabah Wildlife Dept
Sue (right) presenting the replica key to Augustine as Christina (second right) looks on.
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No necessity to relocate Lok Kawi military camp – PBS
Mositun KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) is of the view that the Lok Kawi military camp should remain where it is.
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Sabah Wildlife Dept gets three 4WDs for animal rescue ops
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) has received three four-wheel-drive vehicles from a UK-based non-governmental organisation to help with its Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) operations.
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Sabah hotels feeling Airbnb squeeze despite increased tourist arrivals
KOTA KINABALU, June 21 — Hotels in Sabah are still suffering occupancy loss between 3 to 7 per cent due to the increase of popularity with home sharing operators like Airbnb.
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Sabah hoteliers feeling the heat from Airbnb and home sharing operators
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah hoteliers are feeling the pinch from Airbnb and home sharing operators, as they record a drop in room occupancies.
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PH, Warisan govt can last – Anwar
Anwar (centre) accompanied by Liew and others cutting a cake at the PKR Sabah Aidilfiri Open House celebration.
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Show of Sabah’s cultural richness for three weeks
Liew showing a piece of traditional jewelry she purchased from one of the vendors at Laman Seni.
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Anwar: Government must care for people’s hardship
KOTA KINABALU, June 16 — The Member of Parliament for Port Dickson Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is confident that any government will not be jeopardised if it had a feeling of pity on the people regardl...
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Proposals to develop islands in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park – Christina
Christina greeting one of the tourists at Mamutik Island yesterday KOTA KINABALU: The State Government has received several proposals from private investors who are interested in developing the islan...
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Sabah to cap visitor numbers at marine park to prevent overcrowding
KOTA KINABALU - The carrying capacity to the five islands under Tunku Abdul Rahman Park (TARP) here will be capped due to overcrowding, as proposals to "facelift" the islands are also being considered...
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