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Cataract patient gets back normal eyesight with aid from RCKK Pearl, EyeMedics Specialist Eye Centre
She is very grateful to have been a beneficiary of the free cataract surgery programme, dubbed “Hope In Sight” project which is jointly undertaken by RCKK Pearl and EyeMedics Specialist Eye Centre.
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Firm fined RM7,600 for using falsely applied trademark on products
The company was convicted of having 3,590 unit of razors with falsely applied trademark of Gillette Nacet II and Anti-Dandruff Shampoo falsely applied with ‘Head & Shoulder’ brand at Limbanak Warehouse, Mile 5, Jalan Bundusan, Penampang on September 1
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Man charged with having drugs claims to be mentally sick
However Prosecuting Officer Inspector Lim Swee Beng replied that the accused did not have any medical documents to prove his mental condition.
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Matahari, fast growing local brand clothing line, now at Harbour Mall Sandakan
Matahari Harbour Mall Sandakan offers a wide range of quality local designed clothing line for children, men and women from suppliers in Peninsula Malaysia, China, India and Thailand, marketed under its “Matahari” label at reasonable and affordabl
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Curfew in waters off ESSZone extended
“The curfew has been extended to ensure the affected areas would not be encroached by terrorists, who could threaten security and also to protect the safety and well-being of Sabahans in the ESSZone.
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New Sabah Times hits the streets for the last time today
Saying goodbye is sometimes the hardest thing to do on life’s long and winding road. But now it’s time for the final curtain and it hasn’t got any easier. There will be many, many memories to savour, and we want to thank our readers, advertisers and
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Control on ammunition sale in Sabah, S'wak to be tightened – IGP
“I was made to understand that many homemade or illegal firearms were being smuggled into Sabah and Sarawak and they are using bullets (bought) from licensed premises.
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Local authorities urged to ensure success of Sabah Maju Jaya Plan
“I do hope that all PBT and district council members will work together as a team and take the responsibility to ensure that whatever plans and aspirations of the ruling government can be implemented transparently and effectively.
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MyFundAction Sabah distributes aid to asnaf in Lahad Datu
Humanitarian Trio Mission programme director, Razlan A. Ramsah, in a statement said a total of 100 boxes containing basic necessities such as rice, cooking oil, flour, sugar, salt, soy sauce and eggs were distributed to the asnaf in the two villages.
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Opening of new service centre in Elopura an indication of a split within DAP Sandakan?
Local Chinese newspapers reported Chong as describing the opening of the new service centre in his Elopura constituency as an overlapping of duties, stirring public confusion and waste of financial resources.
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Five Indonesians stopped by soldiers from entering Malaysia illegally
Five Indonesians including a five-year-old child were stopped by Fifth Infantry Brigade soldiers from entering Malaysia illegally via an oil palm plantation here on Monday.
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Youth who allegedly raped girl, 15, causing pregnancy claims trial
The unrepresented accused allegedly raped the 15-year-old girl in a room of a house at a residential park in Kinarut, Papar in March, 2019.
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Sabah tourism may rebound in second half of 2021
“To be more realistic, I think it would be more conservative to predict that the rebound will begin in the fourth quarter of 2021,” said Tonny after chairing the STF triennial meeting recently.
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Six persons compounded, four premises served notice to appear by Tawau health office
The six individuals were found to have failed to maintain social distancing while dining in a restaurant while the notice to appear in Court was for offences under the Food Hygiene Regulations 2009, he added.
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Sabah receives RM100m dividend from 14 state GLCs
Among the GLCs which presented dividend payments to the state government were Sabah Credit Corporation; Warisan Harta Sdn Bhd; Sawit Kinabalu; Sabah Energy Corporation Sdn Bhd and Desa Group Sdn Bhd.
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