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Sabah Museum greets 50th year with photo contest |  Irresponsible post on Facebook degrading religion – Hamid |  Traders in Sabah urged to update statements |  Customs DG: Barter trading can continue |  Soldier to stand trial for armed robbery charge |  Liwagu becomes dangerous river with rainfall |  Cuepacs calls for transit houses be built for staff |  Fred urges Jimmy to come clean on poll funds |  Jainab warns of stern action against unscrupulous traders |  40 police officers, civilian staff meet the people session at Foh Sang |  Police rescued seven women, teenage girl believed to be human trafficking victims |  Identify villagers, Welfare Dept, District Offices told |  Safety first, new route later |  Felda Global ventures Holding Bhd (FGV) contributes RM150K to quake survivors |  Two state comms to deal with quake damages | 
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Sabah Museum greets 50th year with photo contest
The Sabah Museum will hold a historic photo contest to mark its 50th year golden jubilee.
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Irresponsible post on Facebook degrading religion – Hamid
Sabah PAS regretted the action of certain individuals who try to create religious tension in this nation by posting irresponsible statements on Facebook.
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Traders in Sabah urged to update statements
Businesses in the state have been urged to update their statements between the months of April and June this year.
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Customs DG: Barter trading can continue
Customs director general Datuk Seri Khazali Haji Ahmad said that barter trading can continue as it is still under control.
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Soldier to stand trial for armed robbery charge
A soldier who is accused of committing an armed gang robbery involving RM1,200 will stand trial in the Sessions Court.
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Liwagu becomes dangerous river with rainfall
The Liwagu River in Ranau can turn dangerous in the event of heavy rain.
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Cuepacs calls for transit houses be built for staff
The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Service (Cuepacs) has urged the Federal Government to build transit houses for about 400 civil servants whose houses were severely damaged in the June 5 earthquake.
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Fred urges Jimmy to come clean on poll funds
Former DAP Sabah deputy chief, Fred Fung has urged Jimmy Wong to also come clean on the whereabouts of the public donation of RM180,000 for their 13th general election funds
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Jainab warns of stern action against unscrupulous traders
Datuk Jainab Ahmad Ayid has warned traders to “keep their nose clean” by not increasing prices indiscriminately, especially when the people are preparing for coming Hari Raya celebration or stern action will be taken against them.
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40 police officers, civilian staff meet the people session at Foh Sang
Some 40 police officers and civilian staff engaged about 150 residents in a “Meet the People” program at the Foh Sang parking lot yesterday morning.
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Police rescued seven women, teenage girl believed to be human trafficking victims
Police have rescued seven women and teenage girl believed to be victims of a human trafficking syndicate.
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Identify villagers, Welfare Dept, District Offices told
The State Welfare Department and District Offices have been instructed to identify villagers, especially in Ranau and Kota Belud, adversely affected by the earthquake and mudslides recently.
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Safety first, new route later
The safety of future Mount Kinabalu climbers is of utmost importance to the Sabah Government.
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Felda Global ventures Holding Bhd (FGV) contributes RM150K to quake survivors
Felda Global Ventures Holding Berhad (FGV) contributed RM150,000 to the Sabah Community Service Council Earthquake Disaster Fund to aid the survivors of the Ranau earthquake as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
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Two state comms to deal with quake damages
Two state-level committees have been set up by the federal government to deal with the damages caused by the deadly earthquake that struck Ranau.
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