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SABAH NEVER RECOGNISED ANY CLAIM ON THE STATE |  Police officer and daughter perish in traffic collision |  TUNTUTAN FILIPINA TERHADAP SABAH TIDAK DIIKTIRAF: MUSA |  North, West Divisions clinch respective SSSC U-18 hockey titles |  Reinforcement plan |  DBKK’s top priority: Ridding city of vagrancy, social ills |  PETRONAS CAPTURES THE ESSENCE OF HARVEST FESTIVAL THROUGH SPECIAL WEBFILM |  End of the road for Gang YuYu |  Traditional sports, games at Hongkod KDCA,Penampang starting 30 May |  Matrade eyes 1,000 SMEs in eTrade programme by year-end |  Peace of mind this Ramadan and Aidil Fitri with Perodua Tweckbot |  153 SME programmes allocated RM7.36 billion to be implemented throughout 2016 |  Paying Hommage to greatness |  Nokoponginggirot sunduan pisokodungan |  Rumuba’ artis id Digi Store Express Plaza 333 Kobusak Commercial Centre do baino’ | 
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SABAH NEVER RECOGNISED ANY CLAIM ON THE STATE
"Our allegiance is to the Malaysian flag. The claim is irrelevant," he pointed out.
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280516-lead-3 Police officer and daughter perish in traffic collision
accident was caused by the car driver’s negligence, based on the location of both vehicles and the debris strewn as a result of the collision.
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DBKK’s top priority: Ridding city of vagrancy, social ills
Joannes had on Thursday night led an operation in the city to address social problems involving vagrants, beggars and street children among others.
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End of the road for Gang YuYu
responsible for several house break-ins, car theft and robberies here and in Keningau.
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Traditional sports, games at Hongkod KDCA,Penampang starting 30 May
“There are prizes worth a total of RM17,650 in cash for all winners,” said Datuk Louis Rampas, chairman of the Sabah Sports Board at a press conference here yesterday.
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Oil 1,200 packets of cooking oil seized
State Marine Police Commander ACP Mohammad Madun and a team of marine policemen found the cooking oil after searching a tugboat at a private jetty in Batu Sapi.
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270516_p11_foster Unexpected visitors land on Pulau Libaran
At 11am on May 24, a green turtle came ashore to Sector 2 of the island and laid 80 eggs. At 8am on May 25, a green turtle came ashore and again to Sector 2 and laid 61 eggs.
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Pix_1 Careless turn costs boy’s life
she made a prohibited right turn at Mile 5 of the Tuaran Road junction traffic lights.
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Pix_1 Four killed in head-on collision
M7 of the Papar-Beaufort Road involved a lorry, a van, a Mitsubishi Pajero and a Toyota Land Cruiser.
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270516_p2c Call to retract Sabahan MyKads not meant to offend anyone – Donald
if the event was really going to be held, then he thinks that those NGOs espousing the rally are not really interested in solving the problem of illegal immigrants in Sabah.
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Couple to stand trial in July for embezzling RM36,000
They are accused of misappropriating the monies which were supposedly to be used to pay redemption to CIMB Bank, between Nov 23, 2014 and Jan 27, 2015, at various banks here.
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Immigration officers, Esscom nab 31 illegal immigrants
Another 10 were roped in at Logpond jetty area, Jeti Cowie Bay, and Batu-Batu in Sabindo on Thursday.
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Two Filipinos to know fate today for murdering a man
murder of Ibno Paharan, 29, by slitting his throat at a water tank at Kampung Binaung Baru in Menggatal between 9.45pm on Aug 21, 2013 and 7.44am on Aug 22, 2013.
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Sandakan Indian Association will continue to serve
He also highlighted some of the activities carried out by SIA last year. These included visits and contributions to charity homes such as the Cheshire Home, Taman Cahaya (for the visually handicapped), Pusat Jagaan Anak-Anak Yatim Al-Yakin and the Old Fol
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Kaamatan organisers hope land owners will provide parking spaces
some land owners have refused to cooperate by barring the public from parking their vehicles in certain areas near the KDCA for the duration of the celebration.
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