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Keretapi Sarong flash mob a hit this year
KUALA LUMPUR: About 4,000 participants took part in this year’s Keretapi Sarong flash mob to mark Malaysia Day in the most colourful way.
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Sabah opposition stay cool about joining unity charter
KOTA KINABALU: Opposition parties here have expressed reservations over an invitation by the PAS-Umno alliance to join their recently-launched, Muafakat Nasional, or national unity charter.
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Mahathir’s call led to Malay unity charter, says Sabah Umno
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Umno Youth, reminding DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng about past provocative racial and religious remarks by his party comrades, said today that the new Umno-PAS alliance had s...
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New federal govt still bullying Sabah and Sarawak, says opposition
KOTA KINABALU: A Sabah opposition party has accused the federal government of doing another U-turn on oil royalty, with Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng using legacy issues as the reason not to deliver o...
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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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Reject racist policies, Guan Eng tells East Malaysians after Umno-PAS charter
PETALING JAYA: DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng today said Sabahans and Sarawakians should be the key decision-makers in the rejection of “irresponsible, fascist and racist politics”, a day afte...
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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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HomeDec-Ipex to help Sabah reach GDP target – DCM
Tangau (centre) and Rizal (right) viewing some of the products displayed at the HomeDec-Ipex 2019 at Sabah Trade Centre yesterday.
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Same old, same old
THE front page of Sabah’s Daily Express newspaper yesterday screamed “No 20pc oil royalty for now”.In a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on Friday, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng delivered bad ne...
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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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Blaming BN for unfulfilled promises intolerable — MoCS
KUCHING: The Movement for Change Sarawak (MoCS) has slammed Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng for continuing to blame Barisan Nasional’s (BN) legacy for Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) many unfulfilled promise...
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Malaysian Cabinet holds special meeting to map out country's economic development
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's special Cabinet meeting on Saturday (Sept 14) to map out the economic development of the country will present one of Pakatan Harapan's biggest c...
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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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Spooky uncertainties await Sabah
AT first glance, a viral 1.53-minute video spooking Sabahans looked like a prank or a poorly produced movie.The scene was shot at night in an unknown jungle location.A man in a black shirt and jeans h...
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Cabinet sits for unprecedented meet
PETALING JAYA: The special Cabinet meeting today to map out the economic development of the country will present one of Pakatan Harapan’s biggest challenges, say...
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Temporary pass won’t solve problem of illegal immigrants, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) wants the government to explain how the issuance of the Pas Sementara Sabah, or Sabah temporary pass, will resolve the problem of illegal immigrants in the sta...
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Swine Fever: Sabahans cautioned against smuggling pork
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is taking extra precautions against African Swine Fever (ASF) spreading to the state amid reports the virus has been detected in neighbouring...
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Sabah to be briefed on foreigner pass
KOTA KINABALU: The state has asked the Immigration Department to brief the Sabah Cabinet on the special Pas Sementara Sabah (PSS).
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Azmin: ‘Special’ cabinet meeting is on long-term economic direction
The special cabinet meeting to be held on Saturday will discuss Malaysia’s long-term economic direction up to 2030, said Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali.
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Sabah think tank wants time frame for return of revenue owed
KUALA LUMPUR: A Sabah government-run think tank has urged Putrajaya to provide a realistic time frame to return money owed to the state, rubbishing its excuse that it does not have enough funds to do ...
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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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Stop lodging politically-motivated MACC reports, says Latheefa
MACC chief Latheefa Koya has urged politicians to stop using the graftbuster as a political tool to attack other leaders.
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‘Deport illegals from Sabah’
KOTA KINABALU: The Federal Government has been urged to find ways to deport non-citizens in Sabah instead of issuing them with special passes, said Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS).
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Ex-Sabah DCM poses series of questions on special pass
KOTA KINABALU: A former Sabah deputy chief minister has joined those questioning the government’s decision to issue special passes to foreigners in the state.
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Celebrate diversity to reinforce unity, mutual understanding — Jannie
Jannie (fifth left) launches the ‘Doa Sayangi Malaysiaku-Malaysia Bersih’ programme, as Jenifer (second right), Mathavan (third right) and others look on.
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Special passes may see eclipse of ‘genuine’ Sabahans, says rep
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Sabah Opposition leaders question special pass for foreigners
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 9 — Opposition politicians here criticised the government’s move to introduce a special temporary pass (PSS) to be issued to foreign nationals in the state, saying that it will...
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Deport illegal immigrants instead of issuing temporary passes, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: The government has been urged to find ways to deport foreigners in Sabah, instead of issuing them with special passes, says opposition Parti Bersatu Sabah...
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PM: Gov't will defend constitutional monarchy, rights of all M'sians
The government will always respect and defend the royal institution, Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said in his speech on the Yang di-Pertuan Agong's birthday.
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Concern over Sabah Temporary Pass move
KOTA KINABALU: The announcement by Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on the issuance of Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) to foreign nationals has raised concerns among the people, says MCA.
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Temporary passes for foreigners? ‘Project IC’ memories have Sabahans worried
KOTA KINABALU: The announcement by Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin that a Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) would be issued to 600,000 foreign nationals here...
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Papar Dam, another promise broken
Nine community members from the Ulu Papar area have come to Kuala Lumpur in an effort to mobilise West Malaysians to stop the newly proposed Papar Dam in Sabah.
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Digi launches Home Fibre Broadband in Sabah, up to 1Gbps
After conducting several pilot rollouts in selected areas such as Jasin, Subang, Rawang and Kajang, Digi has officially launched its commercial fibre broadband offering in Sabah.
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Digi introduces Home Fibre broadband plans with up to 1Gbps speed in Sabah
Users can choose from four different monthly plans namely Digi Home Fibre 50Mbps for RM99, 100Mbps for RM129, 500Mbps for RM159 and 1Gbps for RM199.
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Papar dam is another broken promise by Pakatan Harapan
COMMENT | Nine community members from the Ulu Papar area have travelled to KL in an effort mobilise West Malaysians to stop the newly proposed Papar Dam in Sabah.
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Universities can boost national intergration among students: Sabah CM
KOTA KINABALU: Universities are where the spirit of national integration and unity among the races can be fostered, according to Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
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Universities can boost national integration among students – Sabah CM
Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal – Bernama file photo KOTA KINABALU: Universities are where the spirit of national integration and unity among the races can be fostered, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri...
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Slogans for Sabah, Sarawak about rights, not secession, says PBS
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) has defended the use of the “Sabah for Sabahans” and “Sarawak for Sarawakians” slogans following criticism from the prime minister who recently questio...
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4,326 new students enrol at UMS
Taufiq speaking with Akele Atomo Marie Jeanne (second left) and Eyang Athomo Arielle Flofell Macksett from Africa yesterday.
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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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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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National Day celebration ‘livelier’ this time
Amyllah (back, right) with her friends and their children donning Jalur Gemilang-themed hijabs.
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Children of Malaysia walk as one at event
SHAH ALAM: Malaysians came together during the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2019 at the Eco Ardence Sales Gallery in Setia Alam here for unity and a better country.
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Reflections on Merdeka Day
COMMENT | What do we have to celebrate about?
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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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Political youth wings in Sabah forge alliance to fight for state, people
KOTA KINABALU: The youth wings from the ruling parties in Sabah have formally come together to form Pakatan Pemuda Sabah (Sabah Youth Pact).
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New party ready to fight for Sabah, will not work with any others to achieve goals
KOTA KINABALU: A little-known opposition party, Parti Gagasan Rakyat Sabah, is coming to the forefront, and wants to emerge as a strong and reliable party on its own.
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Syllabus to make KTYS students more employable
Izz Mika’il (left) exchanging MoU documents with Chee, witnessed by Azis.
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Patriot: Forget Zakir Naik, focus on more pressing matters
PETALING JAYA: The National Patriots Association (Patriot) has urged Malaysians to move past the Zakir Naik issue and focus on the economy now that the country’s official poverty rate has been called into question by the United Nations.
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Move on from Zakir Naik issue, says Patriot
PETALING JAYA: The Pakatan Harapan government must focus on economic issues, including eradicating urban and rural poverty entirely, and move on from harping on preacher Dr Zakir Naik, according to th...
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Patriot: Let's move on from Zakir Naik and focus on economy
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians must move past the Dr Zakir Naik issue and instead direct their attention to the economy, says National Patriots Association (Patriot).
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CM: Viral video on Bersatu ‘old story’
Screenshot from the viral video.
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Jeju Air increases flights to Kota Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Korea’s first low-cost airline, Jeju Air, has increased its frequency for the Incheon-Kota Kinabalu route from seven to 11 flights weekly from September 1 to October 26 this year.
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Decide or follow, which is it, Sabah MCA asks state leaders on khat
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah MCA has taken issue with what it says have been conflicting statements by state leaders on education matters, especially the introduction of khat or the calligraphic form of Jawi ...
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Sabah’s education ministry has failed in fight for autonomy, says SAPP
KOTA KINABALU: Aloysius Siap is unhappy with the Sabah education and innovation ministry for conceding its fight for autonomy on education in the state over the introduction of khat (Jawi calligraphy)...
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Khat issue is not 'simple as that'
LETTER | In reference to Sabah Education and Innovation Assistant Minister Jennifer Lasimbang’s statement today where Sabah would not object to the decision made by the Education Ministry to introdu...
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Video purportedly shows Shafie equating PPBM with Umno
KOTA KINABALU: A video recording which purportedly shows Sabah Chief Minister Shafie Apdal criticising PPBM as another version of Umno has been making the rounds in the state.
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‘Sabah for Sabahans’ means a call for rights of Sabahans under MA63 – CM
Shafie KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister cum Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) president Datuk Seri Panglima Shafie Apdal yesterday said that the party’s ‘Sabah for Sabahan’ slogan did not mean Sabahan...
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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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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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Don’t blame us for having ‘Sarawak mentality’, says Wan Junaidi
KUCHING: Sarawakians cannot be faulted for having a ‘Sarawak First’ or ‘Sarawak for Sarawakians’ mentality as it is a result of being neglected by the federal government, said Santubong MP Dat...
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Sabah issues always priority of state’s leaders, says Leiking
PETALING JAYA: Issues concerning Sabah are always the priority of the state’s leaders, Sabah Warisan deputy president Darell Leiking said.
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Sarawak activist slams Perlis mufti over ‘Tanah Melayu’ statement
KUCHING: Political activist Peter John Jaban has denounced Perlis mufti Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin for referring to Malaysia as “Tanah Melayu”, saying he was either displaying his ignorance or delibe...
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Zakir Naik’s PR status can be revoked: Mahathir
SEPANG: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir said today that the Permanent Resident (PR) status of Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik could be revoked if his actions are proven to cause harm to the country’s ...
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Think as Malaysians, Dr M tells Sabah and Sarawak
SEPANG: Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad today urged Sabahans and Sarawakians to think as Malaysians following criticisms that Putrajaya did not consult East Malaysia over several issues.
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Dr Mahathir: We’re all Malaysians, let’s look at the big picture instead of concentrating on individual territories
Dr Mahathir (middle) fields questions from the media as (from right) Rafidah, Kamarudin, Loke and Fernandes look on.
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Zakir Naik's PR status can be revoked — Dr Mahathir
SEPANG (Aug 16): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today that the Permanent Resident (PR) status of Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik could be revoked if his actions are proven to cause harm to...
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Sabah for Sabahans? We're all Malaysians, says PM
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has expressed his disapproval towards the use of the slogans "Sabah for Sabahans" and "Sarawak for Sarawakians". This is because he felt that the labelling of Malays...
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Ban Zakir Naik from coming to Sabah – SAPP
From left: Yong, Edward and Japiril KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) has called on the Sabah State Government to ban Zakir Naik from coming to Sabah.
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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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Sabahans are not xenophobic, they’re just worried
In an article in FMT on Aug 4, “Riled by xenophobia jibe, activist slams Shafie”, blogger Ronnie Klassen asked whether Chief Minister Shafie Apdal had lost the plot after accusing Sabahans of bein...
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Fulfill promises made to Sabah, Yong urges DAP
Yong Teck Lee KOTA KINABALU: DAP should forget the Khat issue and fulfill the promises made to the Sabah people instead, urged Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Datuk  Yong Teck Lee.
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UMS VC’s appointment merit-based, not made solely by minister, says education movement
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Academic Movement (Gerak) said Prof Taufiq Yap Yun Hi’s appointment as Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) vice-chancellor (VC), which drew flak from local political parties...
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Make KK city more walkable – architect
Rashidah KOTA KINABALU has the potential to be on par with, if not one of the most liveable cities, but the people have to be empowered to speak out and voice their concerns.
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Where’s your plan for Sabah, PBS asks Shafie
KOTA KINABALU: The Warisan-led state government has no development plan for Sabah except its resolve to portray itself as the champion of illegal immigrants, said a Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) leader.
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Cooperation of all parties in Sabah vital to strengthen, stabilise govt: Shafie
KOTA KINABALU: The cooperation of all government component parties in Sabah is very important to ensure the government continues to strengthen and stabilise, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd ...
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Be careful with birth certs for kids of refugees, warns Sabah opposition
KOTA KINABALU: Opposition leaders in Sabah have cautioned the federal government to tread with care following a deputy minister’s remarks on children of IMM13 holders in the state being issued birth...
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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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Opposition leader claims massive illegal logging taking place in Sapulut
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan has called on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to probe “massive illegal logging activity” at a forest reserve in Sabah’s i...
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Sabah govt looks for local workers to fill 10,000 vacancies
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 7 — The Sabah government set up some 10,440 job placements for Sabahans in the first six months of the year, Assistant State Education and Innovation Minister Mohammad Mohamarin s...
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Mayor bans boats using town as jump-off port to commit crimes in Sabah
Faizal TAWI-TAWI : The Municipality of Turtle Islands (Taganak ) in Tawi-Tawi province outrightly refused to allow the skippers of nine wooden boats to use its wharf for a short stop over on Sunday.
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Political landscape will change again
Najib (centre) with the Umno leaders and delegates.
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Amid khat debate, Sabah DAP says let Sabahans decide for Sabah
As the DAP central leadership try to placate grassroots leaders over the government's plan to introduce six pages of khat (calligraphy art) lessons in the Year 4 Bahasa Malaysia subject, Sabah DAP wan...
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BN can win back power in Sabah, says Najib
KOTA KINABALU: Former prime minister Najib Razak believes that Barisan Nasional is able to make a comeback in Sabah and take over the government.
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Riled by xenophobia jibe, activist slams Shafie
KOTA KINABALU: A political activist has questioned whether Chief Minister Shafie Apdal has lost the plot after Shafie accused Sabahans of xenophobia about illegal immigrants.
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Subsidised fertilizers for hill paddy farmers
Daud (standing seventh left) with Ifa (statnding sixth left) and the public who attended the launching of Star Vendors at the Sabah Trade Centre yesterday.
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Punish syndicate severely – Bersatu Sabah Armada
Ceasar KOTA KINABALU: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia Sabah Armada deputy chief Ceasar Mandela Malakun has condemned the action of those behind the syndicate of creating MyKads using fake identities.
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Sabah govt committed to solving citizenship, documentation issues: CM
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has reiterated its commitment to resolving issues of citizenship and documentation faced by many ethnic groups in the state, especially in the rural areas.
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Sabah committed to solving citizenship issue: CM
The Sabah government has reiterated its commitment to resolving issues of citizenship and documentation faced by many ethnic groups in the state, especially in the rural areas.
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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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Support new UMS VC’s appointment – Armada
Ceasar PENAMPANG: Sabahans should support the appointment of Professor Dr Taufiq Yap Yun Hin as the Vice Chancellor of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), said Sabah State Angkatan Bersatu Anak Muda (Ar...
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Number of foreigners in Sabah a ticking time bomb, warns minister
KOTA KINABALU: At least 28% of Sabah’s 3.6 million population is made up of foreigners, state Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick revealed today .
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PPBM youth happy Sabahan appointed new UMS vice-chancellor
KOTA KINABALU: The appointment of the new Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) vice-chancellor by the education ministry has been criticised by local parties Warisan and Upko but a Sabah PPBM youth leader ...
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Sabah STAR sets up youth wing for those aged between 16 and 23
KOTA KINABALU: Opposition Sabah STAR has set up a youth wing to cater to those aged between 16 and 23 following the government’s decision to lower the voting age to 18.
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Sandakan student wins vehicle in MAGGi contest
Tan (third left), Lasimbang (fourth left) and Quek (second right) with the dignitaries and the MAGGI Jom Masak and Menang champions, grand prize winner Nurin (fourth right), second runner-up winner Zu...
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CM: Act quickly on complaints
Peter Tiong Siew Kwong (left) representing KTS Plantation Sdn Bhd when receiving the Compliance Certificate from Mashor.
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Source: Four candidates shortlisted for UMS post
KOTA KINABALU: Three Sabahans are among four candidates shortlisted to be the new vice-chancellor (VC) of Universiti Malaysia Sabah.
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Four candidates shortlisted for UMS VC post, claim sources
KOTA KINABALU: Four candidates have been shortlisted to be the new vice-chancellor (VC) of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), say sources on Friday (July 26).
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