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Sabah checking coral damage caused by stranded ship
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks has begun evaluating the extent of damage and the cost to restore corals destroyed by a stranded cargo vessel near Kalampunian Island off...
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Sabah Parks investigating damage to coral reefs
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks views seriously the destruction of coral reefs at the Tun Mustapha Park near Kalampunian Island in Kudat waters, caused by a stranded cargo vessel.
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Sabah Parks investigating damage to Tun Mustapha Park coral reefs
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 12 — Sabah Parks views seriously the destruction of coral reefs at the Tun Mustapha Park near Kalampunian Island in Kudat waters, caused by a stranded cargo vessel.
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‘Fix it before it’s too late'
KOTA KINABALU: A few days ago, a cargo ship was stranded in waters off Pulau Kalampunian off Kudat district due to navigational problems and the incident...
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Groups want remedial measures after Sabah corals damaged by cargo ship
KOTA KINABALU: A cargo ship that was stranded in waters off Pulau Kalampunian off Kudat district has caused damage to corals in the area, say local tourism...
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Cargo ship stranded in Pulau Kalampunian waters due to navigational problem
KOTA KINABALU: A local cargo ship was stranded in Pulau Kalampunian waters in the Kudat district due to a faulty navigational device early Sunday morning (Sept 8).
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Resort dive team arrives ‘jaws’ in time to save shark
KOTA KINABALU: An attempt to rid the sea of “ghost nets” – abandoned or lost fishing nets – proved to be a blessing as divers from a resort here managed to rescue a...
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In Sabah, doubts linger as Putrajaya’s MA63 review accused of being one-sided affair
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 2 — Sabahans remain unconvinced of Putrajaya’s sincerity in reviewing the Malaysia Agreement 1963, with concerns that the terms of the review being a one-sided affair.
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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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Out to get poachers: Sabah wildlife, forests now protected by special ranger unit
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 28 — A specially-trained ranger unit is now ready for deployment into Sabah’s forests as the state battles against increased wildlife poaching worries.
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Son drowns, father still missing after fishing outing in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU - A man in his 20s drowned while his father is still missing during a fishing trip at the Kuala Penyu district on Sunday (Aug 25).
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Son drowns, father still missing during Kuala Penyu fishing outing
KOTA KINABALU: A man in his 20s drowned while his father is still missing during a fishing trip at the Kuala Penyu district on Sunday (Aug 25).
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Sabah Parks restores reefs
KOTA KINABALU: An initiative by Sabah Parks to restore coral reefs destroyed by Typhoon Greg in 1996 has yielded positive results more than a decade since its implementation.
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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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Sabah Parks launches scuba diving club towards protecting marine life
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks today launched a scuba diving club known as Sparks Divers Club as an initiative towards conserving marine life and coral reefs in all protected marine parks.
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Rural tourism projects hampered by land issues, says Sabah minister
KOTA KINABALU: The huge eco-tourism potential in Sabah’s east coast areas, especially in Kunak, cannot be exploited fully because of land ownership issues, a minister said today.
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Trekkers, nature lovers urged to participate in Salt Trail Challenge
Dr Anbarasu (fourth right) and Sabah Parks Board of Trustees assistant director (enforcement and operation) Maipol Spait (third right) holding up a poster of the Salt Trail Challenge 2019, in a group ...
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Sabah's Salt Trail challenge back for the sixth time with RM80,000 funding goal
KOTA KINABALU: The Salt Trail Challenge is back for the sixth time, and has set a RM80,000 funding goal to finance Mercy Malaysia Sabah Chapter's (MMSC) community projects.
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Don’t hide location of new dam, SAPP tells Sabah govt
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) today urged the state government to reveal the exact location of the proposed Papar Dam so that the affected people can voice their views and give fee...
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Fish bombing: Cooperation between agencies needed to combat menace
KOTA KINABALU: Strong cooperation between the various enforcement agencies and authorities in Sabah is needed if the government is serious about putting an end to fish bombing, says Sabah Marine Police Commander ACP Mohamad Pajeri Ali.
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Sabah to manage Sipadan
KOTA KINABALU: The Federal Government is ready to hand back the management of the renowned diving haven of Sipadan island to the state government.
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Sabah govt to take charge of Sipadan Island
KOTA KINABALU: The prime minister has agreed in principle to return the management of the world-renowned Sipadan Island, now managed by the National Security Council (MKN), to the Sabah government.
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Sabah fish bombing: 30 arrests in first half of 2019
Its commander, ACP Mohamad Pajeri Ali said during the period, they had also seized the tools, such as the detonators, ammonia fertiliser and compressors believed to have been used in the fish bombing ...
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Sabah marine police record 30 cases linked to fish bombing in first six months of 2019
KOTA KINABALU: The marine police here have recorded 30 cases related to fish bombing for the first six months of this year.
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Sabah aims to become industrial state by 2030 – Madius
Madius (right) and Kamala (second left) on stage with Sabah Parks director Dr Jamili Nais (left) and conservationist, Harjinder Kler.
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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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Pangolin sanctuary to kick off in Sabah thanks to RM1 mil donation from retired engineer
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah will soon see a sanctuary for pangolins following the inking of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the state government and a retired Malaysian-born engineer here today.
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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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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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Resort owners get together to save beached dolphin off Kudat
KOTA KINABALU: A juvenile dolphin, which washed up on a beach in front of a resort in Kudat today, was safely returned to the sea, thanks to the efforts of Sabah Parks and volunteers.
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Villagers get 485.62ha of customary land within Sabah parks
KOTA BELUD: The Sabah government has allocated a grant of RM500,000 to the Kampung Kiau Nuluh Tradition and Nature Conservation Society (GOMPITO) here for developing tourism facilities.
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Minister bars outsiders from applying for land near Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick has barred outsiders from applying for land within the Kadamaian constituency in Kota Belud which he represents.
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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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Sabah Parks to open hostels for more climbers to Mount Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU, March 15 — Sabah Parks will add accommodation atop Mount Kinabalu from April 1 to allow for more simultaneous climbers.
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Lahad Datu diver recognised for discovering Malaysia’s only ‘blue holes’
KOTA KINABALU, March 15 — Sabah Parks today credited Glen Hapirulla for his discovery of Malaysia’s only “blue holes”, a unique marine sinkhole off Lahad Datu that adds to the state’s draw a...
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Four tonnes of trash cleared from Tun Sakaran Marine Park in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: A massive beach and sea clean up in Sabah's Semporna district – the gateway to world-famous dive sites like the Mabul and Sipadan Islands – saw over four tonnes of trash collected on Tuesday (March 12).
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