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Canadian motorcyclist dies collision with car on Ranau-Telupid road
BELURAN: A male Canadian motorcyclist died after his machine was involved in a collision with a four-wheel-drive vehicle at Km 24, Kota Ranau-Telupid Road, near Kampung Mangkadait, here yesterday.
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Canadian killed after motorcycle collides with 4WD
BELURAN (Bernama): A Canadian motorcyclist died after his machine was involved in a collision with afour-wheel drive vehicle at KM24 of the Kota Ranau-Telupid road, near Kampung...
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Man killed as vehicle collides with express bus
The badly damaged four-wheel-drive and express bus after the collision.
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Driver dies after his 4WD vehicle and an express bus collide in Ranau
RANAU: A driver of a four-wheel drive vehicle was killed when the vehicle he was driving was involved in a collision with an express bus at Kampung Segindai Jalan Ranau – Sandakan, near here last ni...
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Driver killed when 4WD collides with express bus in Ranau
RANAU, Sept 17 ― A driver of a four-wheel drive vehicle was killed when the vehicle he was driving was involved in a collision with an express bus at Kampung Segindai Jalan Ranau-Sandakan, near here...
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4WD driver killed in collision with express bus
RANAU (Bernama): A driver of a four-wheel drive vehicle was killed when the vehicle he was driving collided with an express bus at Kampung Segindai Jalan Ranau, Sandakan...
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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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Missing climber found at hilltop by rescuers
A briefing before the search and rescue mission for the 25-year-old man who went missing while trekking in the hills at Nulu Tinorindak, Kundasang.
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Can cocoa regain its shine?
MALAYSIA once had a thriving cacao plantation sector. But over the years, other crops have taken over its place as a main source of agricultural products including rubber, oil palm and, now, durian.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh yesterday.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mt Kinabalu
A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh this morning.
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Injured Belgian climber rescued from Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 8 ― A Belgian climber had to be carried down from the summit of Mount Kinabalu after falling and injuring her thigh yesterday morning.
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Fire station chief proves her mettle
KOTA KINABALU: Agustavia Joe Guasi is the epitome of the phrase “What a man can do, a woman can do, too”.
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First female fire station chief in Sabah shares her secret of success
KOTA KINABALU: Agustavia Joe Guasi is the epitome of the phrase "anything a man can do, a woman can do too".
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Mother of 4 blazes the trail as Sabah’s first woman fire station chief
KOTA KINABALU: It will be a triple celebration for Agustavia Joe Guasi this month as she will not only be celebrating her birthday on National Day but also her appointment as the first woman fire stat...
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Anti-poaching unit trained and ready
Trainees with certificates and trainers on the last day of the special unit training at IPS.
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350 vendors participate in Karnival Usahawan Desa
Rosalinda showing her Bambangan and Durian jam.
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Surrender your weapons, cops warn illegal firearms owners
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have identified individuals owning illegal firearms, and are urging them to come forward to surrender their weapons, says state deputy...
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Trio claim trial to trafficking in homemade guns
KOTA KINABALU: Three persons, including two elderly men, claimed trial in the Sessions Court here yesterday after being charged with trafficking in air and handmade shotguns.
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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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Sabah’s unemployment rate still high
KOTA KINABALU: The unemployment figure of 112,000 people recorded by Sabah last year was the second highest in the country.
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Sandakan remembers Death March prisoners of war
SANDAKAN, Aug 15 — A Sabah minister today called for the lessons learned from wars and the Sandakan-Ranau Death Marches of 74 years ago be passed on to future generations as a reminder that no one b...
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Indomitable ‘ring lady’ Domima passes away
Domima RANAU: Sabah’s ‘ring lady’, Domima OKK Akoi, passed away last Saturday at the age of 99.
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Eight nabbed as cops seize homemade guns, imitation firearms in Ranau
Zaini (centre) and Suhaimi (second right) showing the homemade guns and imitation firearms seized in Kampung Kinaratuan.
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Eight arrested for possessing illegal firearms in Ranau
KOTA KINABALU: A gunsmith with over 20 years of experience and a soldier were among eight people held for possessing homemade firearms and bullets in Ranau district.Sabah deputy police commissioner Datuk Zaini Jass said the suspects, aged between 30 and 80, included sellers and suppliers of the illegal firearms. They were picked up in raids on Aug 6 and 7, he added.
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Eight detained in Ranau over homemade firearms
KOTA KINABALU: Police in Sabah have apprehended eight individuals including four senior citizens, who are believed to be involved in making and purchasing homemade firearms on Aug 6 and 7.
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Cops detain eight in Ranau over homemade firearms
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 13 — Police in Sabah have apprehended eight individuals including four senior citizens believed to be involved in making and purchasing homemade firearms on Aug 6 and 7.
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Cops nab eight in Sabah for possession of homemade firearm
KOTA KINABALU: A total of eight people have been nabbed by the police in the Ranau district for possessing homemade firearms and bullets.
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Ranau to host launch of National Month celebration
Peter (centre) with members of the organising committee of National Month after a press conference announcing the celebration.
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Five teams to pick rubbish in Keningau
Jaujan KOTA KINABALU: Keningau District Council (KDC) has set up five teams with cleaning tools to pick up rubbish in the town area once a week.
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Sabah Rural Development Ministry wants new agency
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Rural Development Ministry has submitted a proposal to the State Cabinet for a new agency to be created under it.
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Ensure 12MP closes gap between Sabah and peninsula, says PPBM
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah PPBM has urged the state government to ensure parity in development projects between Sabah and Peninsular Malaysia under the 12th Malaysia Plan (12MP). Its information chief, Khai...
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Mild earthquake strikes Beluran on Sabah east coast
BELURAN: A 3.2 magnitude earthquake struck Beluran, a district in the east coast of Sabah, late last night.
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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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Malaysia’s cocoa growers, chocolatiers seek niche in competitive market
ALOR GAJAH, Melaka: Freshly harvested cocoa pods at a farm in Melaka will leave one in awe of nature's wonders.
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Umno president: Money will come when we're stronger and closer to GE15
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today sought to allay concerns over the party's lack of funds, with its bank accounts frozen in relation to the 1MDB scandal.
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Don't mislead public by talking about 'sustainable' rare-earth mining
MP SPEAKS | As the expiry of Lynas’s operating licence looms near, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar and his ministry’s officials have heightened their advocacy for th...
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Who is on whose side?
PETALING JAYA: The feud between the two major factions in PKR has spilled out in the open but who is on whose side is still open to debate.
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Sabah to look into health card forgery after arrest of govt medical assistant
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah health and well-being ministry will launch an investigation into possible health card abuse following the arrest of a government medical assistant on suspicion of supplying fo...
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PKR leaders, MPs stand by Azmin, urge Anwar to stop dividing party
A total of 22 PKR central leadership council members and 14 MPs have urged their party president Anwar Ibrahim to stop issuing remarks that can split the party.
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Split widens as Azmin allies in PKR hit out at Anwar
PETALING JAYA: PKR central committee members today criticised Anwar Ibrahim’s call for his deputy Mohamed Azmin Ali to resign from his Cabinet post if the clips in the gay sex video scandal are prov...
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Anwar should not call for Azmin's resignation, say group of PKR leaders
PETALING JAYA: A number of PKR central committee members and leaders have signed a statement saying party president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim should not have called for Datuk Seri Azmin Ali's resignation and "to stop making such divisive statements".
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Moving ‘house’: In Sabah, Umno man claims ex-leaders took party files, tables, chairs...before joining PPBM
KOTA KINABALU, July 17 — Former Sabah Umno leaders who left the party for Parti Pribumi Bersatu Sabah(PPBM) had not only taken assets belonging to their party with them, but also failed to handover ...
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Sabah Deputy CM: 1,308 PPR housing units ready, three more projects in pipeline
KOTA KINABALU: Some 1,308 People's Housing Project (PPR) units are now open for application in three different districts in Sabah, says Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Jaujan Sambakong.
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Police: Health card fakes confined to Ranau area
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police believe that the discovery of fake health cards being sold is confined to the Ranau district.
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Medical aide arrested for selling forged health cards
KOTA KINABALU: A government medical assistant has been arrested for having supplying forged health cards to food handlers in Ranau, about 110km from here, since 2014.
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Ranau Health Dept official arrested for allegedly handing out fake health cards
KOTA KINABALU: A Health Department official in Ranau district has been arrested for allegedly illegally processing and handing out health cards to food handlers in the area.
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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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Clouded leopard rescued from village
KOTA KINABALU: A male juvenile clouded leopard, believed to be separated from its mother, was rescued at a village in Ranau district.
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Juvenile clouded leopard successfully rescued in Ranau
KOTA KINABALU: A male juvenile clouded leopard, believed to have become separated from its mother, was rescued at a village in Ranau district early Saturday (July 12) morning.
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Growing demand for good-quality hotels in Kota Kinabalu
Sun, sand and sea are believed to be the main elements that have attracted visitors to Sabah.
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Teachers, PTA urged to report when students drop out to get married
RANAU: Teachers and the community at large have an important role to play in providing sufficient early education and awareness to avoid child marriages, says Sabah's Assistant Health and People’s Well-being Minister Norazlinah Arif.
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Child marriages still exists in Sabah
RANAU, July 9 —  There are a handful of community in Sabah who are still practicing the marriage of their children who are below 18 years old despite the law forbidding them to do so, said Assistan...
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Ex-CM queries if illegal squatters have political backing
KOTA KINABALU: Former chief minister Yong Teck Lee viewed the recent encroachment of land at the city’s Likas Bay area and adjoining lagoons as a disturbing sign of the “newfound boldness of illeg...
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Child marriage awareness programme to be held in Ranau
KOTA KINABALU: The state government is going straight to the target groups in rural Ranau next week in an attempt to address child marriages that tend to take place more in communities in Sabah's remote areas.
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A house that keeps Lotud culture alive
TUARAN: In her quest to preserve the customs and traditions of her ethnic heritage, a Dusun Lotud woman has built a traditional house that will allow visitors to stay overnight and embrace the community’s rich culture.
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Tangau: Upko gave back RM1mil linked to 1MDB funds
KOTA KINABALU: Upko has returned the RM1mil linked to the missing 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) funds.
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Export value of Malaysia's chocolate on the rise since 2015
KULAI, Johor: Malaysian manufactured chocolates have been well received overseas with the export value showing a rise since 2015.
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Export value of malaysia’s chocolate on the rise since 2015
KULAI: Malaysian manufactured chocolates have been well received overseas with the export value showing a rise since 2015.
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Export value of Malaysia’s chocolate on the rise since 2015
Teresa Kok – Bernama file photo KULAI: Malaysian manufactured chocolates have been well received overseas with the export value showing a rise since 2015.
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Export value of Malaysia’s chocolate on the rise since 2015
KULAI, June 24 — Malaysian manufactured chocolates have been well received overseas with the export value showing a rise since 2015.
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Indonesian with alleged terror links jailed, caned for illegal entry
Alif being led away by personnel from the Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Division (E8). KOTA KINABALU: A 21-year-old Indonesian man who was allegedly involved in a terrorist group was sentenced to ...
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Sabah district flooded after hours of downpour
KOTA KINABALU: Several areas in Penampang near here were flooded after continuous heavy rain late yesterday.
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Stop inciting hatred among races on social media, Sabah cops warn public
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have warned the public against making hateful comments on social media with the intention of inciting hatred between locals and foreigners over two recent cases in the stat...
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12 held over fighting incidents in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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12 held following two separate brawls in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, June 13 — Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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Is more mining good for Sabah?
KOTA KINABALU:  A civil society group yesterday urged Mineral and Geoscience Department Director General Effendi Abdullah Azizi to reconsider his suggestion that the Sabah government should issue mor...
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NGOs: Stop mining in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah conservationists are strongly against extraction of natural resources in the state.
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Curb crime involving foreigners before situation explodes, warns Jeffrey
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan is worried over the recent spate of crimes involving foreigners, in particular illegal immigrants.
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Jeffrey Kitingan calls for decisive action on undesirables in Sabah especially illegals
KOTA KINABALU: An opposition leader here has called for authorities to take pro-active action following a recent spike in incidents involving illegal immigrants.
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Sabah conservationists caution against issuing mining licences
KOTA KINABALU: A group of Sabah conservationists has come out strongly against the issuance of mining licences for the extraction of natural resources in the state.
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Group wants watchdog set up for Sabah gold mining operation
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah environmentalists are calling for an independent monitoring watchdog to keep close tabs on a gold mining operation in Tawau.
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Five foreigners detained over Ranau clash
KOTA KINABALU: Police have calmed tensions in Sabah's Ranau district following the arrest of five foreigners allegedly involved in a clash with locals.
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Sabah police call for calm after clash between locals and foreigners
KOTA KINABALU: Police are trying to identify and track down a group of foreigners who were involved in a clash with some locals in Ranau two days ago.
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Ranau folk told to stay calm as cops hunt foreign suspects after clash
KOTA KINABALU: Police have called for calm following a clash on Sunday (June 9) between locals and suspected foreigners in Sabah's Ranau district amid viral WhatsApp claims that locals had surrounded an illegal immigrant settlement.
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Man says he was hurt in clash between rival groups
RANAU: A man suffered injuries to his head and body after be was caught in a commotion between two groups near a market in here on Sunday (June 9).
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Aussie PM and his Sabah link
The Sandakan Death March is Australia’s lost World War II history that should not be forgotten.  THE Australian Prime Minister, whose conservative coalition recently won a “miracle” upset in t...
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25 Sabah PPBM pro tem division chiefs get appointment letters from Dr M
KOTA KINABALU: The establishment of PPBM in Sabah is well under way with appointment letters handed over to 25 pro tem division chiefs yesterday.
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Sabah Bersatu names 25 protem division chiefs
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia has named its 25 protem division chiefs.
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Shafie: Pakatan's losing streak will stop in Sandakan by-election
SANDAKAN: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal is confident that Pakatan Harapan's losing streak in by-elections will stop in the Sandakan by-election this Saturday (May 11).
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Deputy Minister Azis in stable condition after motorbike accident
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman is now in stable condition after undergoing surgery at about 11pm on Thursday night (April 25).
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Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman injured in road crash
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman was slightly injured in a motorcycle accident while participating in a drug awareness convoy, near here today.
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Exploitation of children by drug pushers must stop: Azis Jamman
KOTA KINABALU: The exploitation of children by irresponsible persons involved in drug distribution must be stopped, said Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman.
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Azis Jamman hurt in motorcycle accident while part of drug awareness convoy
Deputy Home Minister Mohd Azis Jamman was slightly injured in a motorcycle accident while participating in a drug awareness convoy near Kota Kinabalu today.
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Deputy home minister hurt in anti-drug convoy
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman was hurt after falling off his motorcycle during a trip to Ranau as part of an anti-drug abuse convoy today.
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Deputy home minister hurt after losing control of Harley motorbike during group ride in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, April 24 — Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman was involved in a motorcycle accident while taking part in a convoy for an anti-drug programme here this morning.
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Deputy minister: Home Ministry aware drug dealers using loophole in law to exploit kids
KOTA KINABALU, April 24 — The exploitation of children by irresponsible persons involved in drug distribution must be stopped, said Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman.
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Dep Home Affairs Minister involved in road accident in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Home Affairs Minister Datuk Azis Jamman was involved in a road accident while participating in a drug awareness motorcycle convoy near Tuaran, some 40km from here.
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Drug dealers exploiting kids to get around crackdowns
KOTA KINABALU: Drug dealers are exploiting children as more crackdowns on drug offenders are conducted nationwide.
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No need for Kudat-KK rail link at the moment, says party
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) has questioned the rationale behind the state government’s plan to build a railway project connecting Kudat and Kota Kinabalu as there is no need for it at t...
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273 Kadamaian landowners get compensation offer letters
KOTA BELUD: As many as 273 landowners from 17 villages in the Kadamaian state constituency today received compensation offer letters for the Kota Belud 132kv transmission line project to Ranau in a ce...
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New hostel allows more climbers on Kinabalu
RANAU (Bernama): The number of people allowed to climb Mount Kinabalu has been increased to 165 a day with the opening of two new accommodation blocks, named Mokodau and Kinateki, at Panalaban Tuesday (April 2).
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More choppers needed for search and rescue in Sabah, government told
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah leaders from both sides of the political divide have urged the federal government to station search and rescue (SAR) helicopters in the state in the event of disasters such as the...
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Newsbreak: Federal and state governments wrangle over Sabah portion of Pan...
FIERCE legal wrangling between Putrajaya and the Sabah government over control of the Pan Borneo Highway has led to a great deal of uncertainty over the RM12.8 billion 700km-long Sabah portion of the ...
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Perodua Aiming For Aruz To Be Top Selling SUV In East Malaysia
For a segment that Perodua has been absent from for the longest of times, they are making a surprisingly strong comeback with their Aruz SUV.
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Over 14,000 Perodua Aruz booked since Jan, 4,000 units delivered
At the flag-off ceremony of the Perodua Aruz TransBorneo Convoy, Perodua President and CEO, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad announced that since the launch of the Perodua Aruz in January, the company has ...
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Perodua Aruz – 14,000 bookings, 4,000 units delivered
Bookings for the Perodua Aruz have now climbed to 14,000 units since its launch in January, and the automaker says that it has delivered 4,000 units to buyers so far.
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Perodua banks on Sabah and Sarawak as top market for Aruz
KUCHING: Perodua is aiming for its new seven-seater Aruz to top the SUV sales charts in Sabah and Sarawak, a predominantly SUV-driven market.
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Weak quake recorded in Ranau this morning
KUALA LUMPUR: A weak earthquake measuring 3.1 on the Richter scale occurred near Ranau, Sabah at 4.05am this morning.
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Learning from Sabah’s massive seizure to save beleaguered pangolins — Kanitha Krishnasamy
FEBRUARY 19 — Commemoration days do two things — they give us a chance to celebrate the good and remind us that we can always do better.
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