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Sabah Eagles gunning for 5th Agong’s Cup |  MSN staff receive merit awards |  Police rescue 16 foreigners, arrest employer |  Police haul over 80 vehicles after massive crackdown on illegal racing |  Inanam YB says not leaving PKR |  Patron’s Night dinner on Oct 22 |  Tourist arrivals from Europe, China up in first half |  SWCS says all ears at International Symposium on the Conservation and Management of Wetlands |  Wetlands vital to our sustainability – Masidi |  Sabah’s importance as environmental conservation training grounds attributed to success with training programmes |  Hangzhou officials to visit KK to discuss sisterhood city pact signing |  8,000 fishermen stranded ashore, without AIS |  Philippines eliminate 2 Abu Sayaff linked kidnap gang leaders |  Boat owner, crew missing, feared kidnapped |  Security forces in Sabah told to boost efforts to stop cross-border crime | 
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Police rescue 16 foreigners, arrest employer
City Police Chief, ACP M Chandra said they will be bringing in the owner soon as the 16 people comprising 15 women and a man were found to have been working under exploitation for the past six months.
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Police haul over 80 vehicles after massive crackdown on illegal racing
In the meantime, complaints have also been lodged against gangs of Myvi and Viva owners who have been loitering about near the Imago shopping mall, creating a nuisance to other drivers as their parked vehicles turned the two lane road into a single-lane.
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Inanam YB says not leaving PKR
When contacted yesterday, he said it was a matter of principle that he should soldier on with PKR, regardless of the challenges ahead.
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Patron’s Night dinner on Oct 22
annual Patron's Night dinner on October 22 at the Magellan Sutera Resort here to celebrate the birthday of Head of State Tun Haji Juhar Haji Mahiruddin.
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Tourist arrivals from Europe, China up in first half
Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Masidi Manjun said arrivals from Europe increased by 12 per cent while arrivals from China, went up 48.2 per cent.
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SWCS says all ears at International Symposium on the Conservation and Management of Wetlands
Sabah Wetlands Conservation Society (SWCS) president Datuk Zainie Abdul Aucasa said they hoped to gain more knowledge to contribute to wetlands conservation from the “2nd International Symposium 2016 on the Conservation and Management of Wetlands”.
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Wetlands vital to our sustainability – Masidi
“However, these benefits are not widely known and we need to educate people of all ages to understand how wetlands play an important part in our lives,” said Tourism, Culture and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun.
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Sabah’s importance as environmental conservation training grounds attributed to success with training programmes
He attributed it to Sabah’s success in hosting several series of Third Country Training Programmes (TCTP) that were attended by foreign participants.
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Hangzhou officials to visit KK to discuss sisterhood city pact signing
ead a delegation to Kota Kinabalu in November this year to further discuss the proposed signing of a sisterhood city pact.
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8,000 fishermen stranded ashore, without AIS
He urged trawler operators to apply to the Federal Government and Fisheries Department for help to install the AIS, which costs more than RM3,000.
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Philippines eliminate 2 Abu Sayaff linked kidnap gang leaders
The military identified the slain suspects as Nixon Muktadil and his brother Brown, leaders of the Muktadil Brothers, who were much-sought by Malaysian authorities.
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Boat owner, crew missing, feared kidnapped
A Bernama source said the victims were believed to have been kidnapped while fishing at about 10:08pm.
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Security forces in Sabah told to boost efforts to stop cross-border crime
possibility that Filipinos will flee to Sabah after the Philippines government mounted military operations to wipe out extremist and kidnap-for-ransom groups in Southern Philippines.
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RM1.8bn Jesselton Quay project likely to start in last quarter
The RM1.8 billion JQ project will commence, with its iconic JQ Central measuring four acres - consisting of a 25-storey next generation office tower, two 25-storey commercial suite towers, 37 showroom galleries and a two-acre tropical-themed recreation cl
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280916-lead-1 BIGGEST CITY SYABU BUST
To avoid police detection, one of them had brought along his two children aged four and eight in a car to make it appear like a family outing at the University Apartment near Jalan Sulaman at about 7.30pm.
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