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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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Search launched for missing fisherman
Ebno LAHAD DATU: Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has launched a search and rescue (SAR) operation to locate a fisherman who was reported missing since September 11 while fishing off Pula...
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17 SMEs from Sabah to join China-ASEAN Expo in Nanning
KOTA KINABALU: Local businesses of durian, cocoa, and coconut-based products will be able to showcase their items during the China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO) in Nanning, China, on September 21 to 24.
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Pundits: Philippines trying to widen rift between Putrajaya and Sabah by claiming ownership
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 — A Philippines official’s remark claiming that Sabah belongs to the republic could be a calculated move to “exploit” the East Malaysian state’s strained relationship w...
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Let’s work together, PKR members urged
PKR Silam members during the annual general meeting.
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I am Nelson Dino and I am a Malaysian
KOTA KINABALU: Nelson Dino always has a problem explaining his name whenever he is out of Sabah.
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until Sept 23
KOTA KINABALU: The curfew in the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone), scheduled to end tomorrow, has been extended to Sept 23, according to Sabah Police Commissioner...
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until Sept 23
Omar Mammah KOTA KINABALU: The curfew in the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone), scheduled to end tomorrow, has been extended to Sept 23, said Sabah Police Commiss...
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We need a RCI on poverty in Malaysia
MP SPEAKS | As we approach the 56th anniversary of the formation of Malaysia, on Sep 16, 2019, we can reflect on some things which we can all be thankful for.
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Coupon parking to be extended to all district councils – Jaujan
Jaujan (right) KOTA KINABALU: The Provision of Parking Places (Coupon Parking) By-Laws 2017 which is adopted in Sandakan will be expanded by stages to all district councils in Sabah.
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Home minister: Special pass to be issued to some 600,000 migrants in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 6 — The federal and state governments have taken a step towards solving the longstanding illegal immigrant problem in Sabah by issuing a temporary Sabah pass to qualified foreign...
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Lahad Datu customs collects RM150.63m in tax revenue for 2018
LAHAD DATU: The Lahad Datu Royal Malaysian Customs Department (JKDM) collected RM150.63 million in tax revenue last year, according to its deputy director-general, Datuk Zulkefli Ibrahim.
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New Indonesian capital double-edged sword for Malaysia, says ex-Sabah CM
KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee is optimistic the relocation of Indonesia’s capital to Kalimantan will bring more good than harm to Sabah but cautions it can also be a double-edge...
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Information on cross-border kidnappers, criminals obtained every week: Sabah Police Commissioner
KOTA KINABALU: Police get information on the movement of cross-border kidnapping and criminal gangs almost every week, said Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Sabah aims to become Rotterdam of the East with maiden docking of container ship
LAHAD DATU, Sep 5 — The maiden docking of container vessel 17224 DWT MV Danum 172 at the purpose-built Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC) Container Terminal here today has raised Sabah’s hope of b...
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Sabah should continue ban on pump boats in east coast, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: The state government should continue banning the use of pump boats in Sabah's east coast to prevent crime at sea.
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Maiden docking of shipping vessel drives Sabah's hopes of being Rotterdam of the East
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s hope of becoming the Rotterdam of the East is taking shape with the maiden docking of container vessel 17224 DWT MV Danum 172...
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Suspects shot dead not in Esscom's wanted list
KOTA KINABALU: Security forces are waiting for information from their Philippines counterparts on the identity of the two intruders shot dead in Sabah waters.
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Police detain teenage drug peddler in Lahad Datu
LAHAD DATU: Police have detained a male teenager believed to be a drug pusher and seized 59.93g of syabu in a raid in Kampung Dasar Baru, Jalan Tengah Nipah, last night.
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Information on cross-border kidnappers, criminals obtained every week: Sabah police
KOTA KINABALU: Police get information on the movement of cross-border kidnapping and criminal gangs almost every week, according to Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Two intruders shot dead in Sabah waters
KOTA KINABALU: Two intruders believed to be scouting for targets for a kidnap-for-ransom group were killed after a dramatic shootout with Malaysian security forces off...
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Two men killed in shootout with police in Sabah waters
KOTA KINABALU: Two men believed to be foreigners were killed in a shootout with police in the Sahabat 2 waters off Lahad Datu on Tuesday (Sep 3).
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Two men killed in shootout with Esscom in Sabah waters
LAHAD DATU: Two suspected criminals who intruded into Malaysian waters were shot dead by personnel of the Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) near Felda Sahabat here late on Tuesday.
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Two killed in shootout with police in Lahad Datu waters
Omar (right) showing the suspects killed in the shootout with Marine Operation Force in Lahad Datu on Sept 3.
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Duo shot dead after clash with cops in Sabah waters
KOTA KINABALU: Police shot dead two suspected kidnappers following a brief clash in the waters off Sabah’s east coast district of Lahad Datu last night.
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Two intruders killed in shootout at sea in Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU: Two suspected cross-border criminals were shot dead in a shootout with police in waters off Felda Sahabat in Sabah's east coast Lahad Datu at about...
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Advisory warns Indonesians in Sabah of kidnapping risk
KOTA KINABALU, 3 Sept — A letter of notification was issued by the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia (KJRI) here regarding the movement of armed groups from southern Philippines in conn...
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Flying kick on Mat Rempit video clip gets wide attention on Facebook
The ‘Flying Kick Man’ giving a side kick to the motorcyclist (Mat Rempit).
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Esscom: No proof that Abu Sayyaf groups are on the prowl
KOTA KINABALU: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) has not received any intelligence reports of Abu Sayyaf-linked kidnap-for-ransom groups planning abductions in Sabah’s east coast waters.
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Flying kick on Mat Rempit video clip gets wide attention on Facebook
The ‘Flying Kick Man’ giving a side kick to the motorcyclist (Mat Rempit).
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ESSCom is wary and ready for any threat from Abu Sayyaf: Hazani
LAHAD DATU: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) is always wary and ready to tackle any form of threats from the Abu Sayyaf in the waters of Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSZone). ESSCom Co...
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Esscom plays down Indonesian warning on Abu Sayyaf activity
KOTA KINABALU: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) today played down a warning by the Indonesian consulate-general here advising its citizens to be wary of possible attacks by Abu Sayyaf cells...
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No reports of planned kidnap for ransom in Sabah waters, says Esscom
KOTA KINABALU: The Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) has not received any intelligence reports of militant Abu Sayyaf-linked kidnap-for-ransom (KFR) groups planning abductions in Sabah’s east coast waters.
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Hype about orang utan’s release but not his return
KOTA KINABALU: Animal rights activists are calling for more transparency by the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation centre, especially over its silence with the...
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Lahad Datu cops shoot sword-wielding robber dead
LAHAD DATU: A 28-year-old Indonesian man was shot dead by the police when he tried to attack them with a sword after he allegedly attempted to break into a house near here yesterday morning.
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Robber shot dead in Lahad Datu plantation
Nasri showing the samurai sword and the mask used by the suspect.
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Sword-wielding robbery suspect shot dead in Lahad Datu
A 28-year-old Indonesian man was shot dead by the police when he flashed a sword after he allegedly trying to break into a house near here early today.
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Serial burglar shot dead
KOTA KINABALU: A man wanted for over a dozen robbery and burglary cases was shot dead after he tried to attack police with a machete during an early morning raid near Taman Palm Height in Lahad Datu. The 28-year-old, believed to be an illegal immigrant, tried to...
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Cops shoot dead sword-wielding robbery suspect in Lahad Datu
LAHAD DATU, Sept 1 — A 28-year-old Indonesian man was shot dead by the police when he flashed a sword after he allegedly trying to break into a house near here early yesterday.
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Wanted suspect shot dead after trying to attack policemen
KOTA KINABALU: Police in Sabah's Lahad Datu district shot dead a wanted suspect during a raid at about 3.20am on Saturday (Aug 31).
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POIC Lahad Datu to receive legal landing place licence – Madius
Madius (second right) at the press conference.
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Sabah to tap on trading potentials of Lombok-Makassar Straits
Tangau (fourth left) witnessing the POIC-PELINDO II PCA signing ceremony, between PELINDO’s Elvyn (third left) and POIC’s Pang (second right), at Wisma Perindustrian yesterday.
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ESSCom always ready for any eventuality – commander
Hazani (third left) briefing Shafie on east coast security yesterday.
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Police nab suspected drug peddler in ‘Op Tapis’
LAHAD DATU: Police detained a Filipino man, believed to be a drug peddler, in an operation dubbed ‘Op Tapis’ carried out in Kampung PPRT, Jalan Tengah Nipah, here yesterday.
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Uphold spirit of nationalism – assistant minister
Firuz flagging off the Kembara Merdeka Jalur Gemilang 2019 convoy.
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Mother, daughter arrested for shoplifting
The mother and daughter who surrendered themselves after finding out their acts were recorded on CCTV and uploaded to IPDLD’s Facebook site.
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Proton launches first 4s centre in Kota Kinabalu
PROTON Holdings Bhd has launched its first 4S (sales, service, spare parts and body and paint services) flagship dealership in Malaysia to meet rising customer demand...
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Shoplifting: Police looking for two women
The two women who were caught shoplifting on CCTV at a shop dealing in health and beauty products in Lahad Datu.
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Sabah sea curfew extended another two weeks until Sept 8
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s dusk-to-dawn sea curfew, which ends on Friday (Aug 23), will be extended for another two weeks until Sept 8 (Sunday), says state...
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MAF, Saga seek public support for poor patients’ access to treatment
Wong (right) looking at drugs use by nose cancer patient Cyle Addel, 12 (left) during her visit to the patient house with Saga members at Batu 27, Sandakan yesterday.
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MAF, SAGA seek public support for poor patients’ access to treatment
SANDAKAN: The Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF) and Sabah AIDS Awareness Group Association (Saga) are seeking public support for a gala dinner next month to raise funds for socio-economically challenged...
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Cabinet decision on POIC Port not implemented – Tangau
Madius and his delegation at the POIC port in Lahad Datu.
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Sabah’s unemployment rate still high
Arifin (right) visiting booths offering skills training and job opportunities at the career roadshow.
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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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Expert from Berlin to come to Sabah for rhino IVF programme
KOTA KINABALU: A wildlife reproduction expert from Berlin will be coming to Sabah next month to assist in the egg extraction process from Iman, Malaysia’s sole surviving female Sumatran rhinoceros.
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Liew visits rhino Iman
Liew (second right) feeding Iman with a branch of leaves.
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Search for missing army men will intensify when new signs materialise: Mohamad Sabu
SIBU: The search for two Sarawakian officers from the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment (4RRD), missing since July 20 in Pulau Perak, Kedah, will be intensified as soon as new signs materi...
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Search for missing soldiers ‘to follow procedures’
SIBU: The search for two missing Sarawakian soldiers of the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment will be intensified as soon as new signs materialise, said Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today...
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Army duo missing 29 days: Minister says new signs needed to intensify search
The search for two Sarawakian officers from the Fourth Battalion of the Royal Ranger Regiment (4RRD), missing since July 20 in Pulau Perak, Kedah, will be intensified as soon as new signs materialise,...
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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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Saying sorry is not enough, army veterans tell IJM founder after foot-in-mouth post
SHAH ALAM, Aug 17 — A group of 15 retired soldiers from Selangor have added their voices to a growing choir against Tan Sri Koon Yew Yin over the prominent tycoon’s description of the Malaysian Ar...
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Aussie envoy to visit Esscom base in Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU: The Australian High Commissioner to Malaysia, Andrew Goledzinowski, will visit the Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) base in Lahad Datu on Friday (Aug 16).
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Youth assaulted over a girl
LAHAD DATU: Seven men aged between 18 and 25 assaulted a 19-year-old youth reportedly over the victim’s girlfriend.
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Five nabbed for beating up man over a woman
LAHAD DATU: Five men aged between 18 and 25 years old assaulted a 19-year-old man, believed to be over a woman.
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Five held for beating up youth over a woman
LAHAD DATU (Bernama): Five suspects were arrested here for assaulting a youth over a woman.
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Five nabbed for beating up man over a woman in Lahad Datu
LAHAD DATU, Aug 12 — Five men aged between 18 and 25 years old assaulted a 19-year-old man believed to be over a woman.
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Lahad Datu airport to be upgraded – minister
Mohamaddin LAHAD DATU: Domestic and foreign tourists will be more comfortable when visiting the east coast of Sabah after the airport is upgraded.
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Lahad Datu airport to be upgraded
LAHAD DATU: Tourists visiting Sabah’s east coast will find it more comfortable as Lahad Datu airport will soon be upgraded, says Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Mohamaddin Ketapi.
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Minister: Lahad Datu Airport to be upgraded
LAHAD DATU, Aug 11 — Tourists visiting Sabah’s east coast will find it more comfortable as Lahad Datu Airport will soon be upgraded, says Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi...
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Lahad Datu Airport to be upgraded – Mohamaddin
Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi – Bernama file photo LAHAD DATU: Tourists visiting Sabah’s east coast will find it more comfortable as Lahad Datu Airport will soon be upgraded, says Tourism, Arts and Cul...
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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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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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Curfew in ESSZone extended to Aug 24
KOTA KINABALU: Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow will be extended until Aug 24.
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Curfew in ESSZone extended to Aug 24
Datuk Omar Mammah KOTA KINABALU: Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow will be extended until Aug 24.
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ESSZone curfew extended to August 24, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 8 ― Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow will be extended until August 24.
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Study to see if squatters areas can to be gazetted at ‘kampungs’ – Jaujan
Jaujan (second right) with Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal at the state assembly.
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Cement price in Sabah reasonable – Madius
Madius KOTA KINABALU: Although the selling price of cement in Sabah is higher compared to West Malaysia, it is reasonable due to extra costs incurred.
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Lahad Datu police hunt for suspect who raped foster daughter
LAHAD DATU: Police are looking for a man suspected of raping his foster daughter over a 15-year period, beginning from 2004, in the Lahad Datu area.
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Man suspected of raping daughter over 15 years wanted by police
Police are looking for a man suspected of raping his foster daughter over a 15-year period, beginning from 2004, in the Lahad Datu area.
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Greater promotion of Blue Rings Reef
(From right) Yusof, Mohamaddin and Assaffal Alian officiating at the Sayangi Lahad Datu Gala Night Festival.
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Wanted: Man who raped foster daughter over 15 years
LAHAD DATU: Police are looking for a man suspected of having raped his foster daughter over a 15-year period from 2004 in the Lahad Datu area.
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Lahad Datu police hunt for suspect who raped foster daughter
LAHAD DATU, Aug 4 — Police are looking for a man suspected of raping his foster daughter over a 15-year period, beginning from 2004 in the Lahad Datu area.
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Seedlings for recipients of land titles – CM
The Chief Minister (seated centre) with the recipients of the land titles.
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Foreigner arrested for allegedly molesting eight-year-old girl
The suspect LAHAD DATU: Police have detained a foreigner for allegedly molesting an eight-year-old girl at a house in Kampung Bumiputera, Jalan Silam on Tuesday.
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Violation of country’s sovereignty – Ewon
Ewon (fourth from right) with UPKO Kota Belud members at the family day.
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Cooperative members claim cheated in pilgrimage tour
The members who could not go on the Umrah trip with their banners at the cooperative’s office yesterday.
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RM50,000 cigarettes seized, man offering bribe among trio held
Peter (fifth left) with the smuggled cigarettes seized by GOF Battalion 17 personnel from Lahad Datu.
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GOF member nabbed for applying for RM5,000 loan with false documents
SIBU: A General Operations Force (GOF) member has been arrested for allegedly using falsified documents to apply for a personal loan from a licensed moneylender.
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Anti-fish bombing efforts net good results
KOTA KINABALU: The marine police say the aggressive action against fish bombing and traders who sell this kind of fish in markets is showing some positive results.
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Let experts manage ports to spur growth
Ports that are strategically developed and managed, offer a multitude of advantages that help create a multiplier effect and provide direct financial benefits within the locality as well as indirect o...
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Fewer cases of fish bombing detected in marine police operations
KOTA KINABALU: An all out war against culprits of fish bombing and sellers of bombed fish in markets is showing some positive results.
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Four foreign nationals nabbed for fish bombing in Kunak
LAHAD DATU: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) detained four men and seized two pump boats suspected of fishing using explosives in the waters of Tabawan, Kunak, this morning.
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MMEA nabs four foreign nationals for fish bombing in Kunak
LAHAD DATU, July 24 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) detained four men and seized two pump boats suspected of fishing using explosives in the waters of Tabawan, Kunak, this morning...
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Sabah sea gypsies get lecture from cops on dangers of fish bombing
KOTA KINABALU: After the fatal fish-bombing incident in Semporna earlier this month, marine police reached out to the community of sea gypsies in neighbouring Lahad Datu district to educate them again...
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Works on Pan Borneo Highway project to take off by Sept
TAWAU (July 23): Implementation of works on the Pan Borneo Highway project which have been handed over to the state government will begin latest by September with the set up of a management team, said...
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Works on Pan Borneo Highway project to take off by Sept
TAWAU (July 23): Implementation of works on the Pan Borneo Highway project which have been handed over to the state government will begin latest by September with the set up of a management team, said...
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Esszone curfew extended till Aug 9
The 6pm to 6am curfew in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (Esszone) waters which is to end this Thursday has been extended to Aug 9, Sabah police commissioner Omar Mammah announced in a statement today...
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ESSZone curfew extended till Aug 9, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU, July 23 — The 6pm-6am curfew in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) waters which is to end this Thursday has been extended to August 9, Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mamm...
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Sabah govt approves RM1mil allocation to develop rural entrepreneur centres in three districts
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Rural Development Ministry has allocated RM1mil to develop rural entrepreneurs centres in three districts in the state.
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Suspect detained in Indonesia with ivory smuggled in from Sabah 'still in shock'
KOTA KINABALU: Indonesian authorities have been unable to glean more information from a suspect who was detained with a shipment of ivory as he is still in a "state of shock" since his arrest on July 9
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