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Defending champs Sabah maintain two-point lead |  Hockey World Cup debut for Sabah duo |  Sabah KDMM FC to begin selection trials on Saturday |  Tawfiq: With right recipe we can produce world beaters |  Predawn fire destroys three shop units |  Alert firefighters prevent flames from spreading |  Man faces additional charge of possessing 43 images associated with IS |  Youth arrested for smuggling attempt, 3,000 turtle eggs seized |  Ops Gasak: 55 illegal immigrants arrested in Kunak |  Sulaman division of PBS still intact despite resignation of its chief |  Rodzi: 21,514 illegals deported since Jan |  Hundreds of ferry passengers to Indonesia stranded as operators embark on strike |  Journalism is exciting but challenging |  HIGH SEAS ARREST OF WILDLIFE TRAFFICKERS |  Tinonudan mantad SK Penangah pinapaharo kotombuluyan kohondot di Masiung | 
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Predawn fire destroys three shop units
The premises were occupied by One Superstore, a clothing, stationery and daily necessities retail shop, Sandakan Fire and Rescue Investigating Officer Calvin Joe Jeafery disclosed when contacted.
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Alert firefighters prevent flames from spreading
Two fire engines with nine firefighters and two officers were despatched to Taman Indah Jaya located off Mile 4 Jalan Utara following an emergency call at 2:07am, Calvin said.
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Man faces additional charge of possessing 43 images associated with IS
Aszroy Achoi, 25, who does menial work, is accused of possessing 43 images associated with Islamic State (IS) terrorist group on July 24 at 10am at Special Unit of Kota Belud Police Station.
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Youth arrested for smuggling attempt, 3,000 turtle eggs seized
Sessions Court Judge Ummu Kalthom Abd Samad heard that Sharin Mumbas was in a pump boat with the eggs when he was stopped by marine police in the waters off Sungai Batu 2, here on Sept 3.
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Ops Gasak: 55 illegal immigrants arrested in Kunak
“Most of them were Filipinos and the rest were Indonesians. The operation went well and safely,” said Supt Mohd Nasaruddin.
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Sulaman division of PBS still intact despite resignation of its chief
“I for one agree in many ways with the fight “Sabah for Sabahans” and welcome those who recognise this struggle to join in ensuring a better future for Sabah and Sabahans.
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Rodzi: 21,514 illegals deported since Jan
And, between November 15 and December 6 alone, 3,066 illegal immigrants from the Philippines were sent home by ferries.
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Hundreds of ferry passengers to Indonesia stranded as operators embark on strike
Most of the passengers returning to Nunukan and Tarakan were stuck after the strike entered its second day with ferry operators refusing to dock at the new at the Tawau Ferry Terminal.
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Journalism is exciting but challenging
“They are also keen to hire more women employers because they recognise that women too play an important role in nation building and in the field of journalism,” she said.
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HIGH SEAS ARREST OF WILDLIFE TRAFFICKERS
The MMEA had been monitoring the smugglers’ activities over the last three months. And initial investigation showed that the tortoises were obtained from a supplier in Kinarut.
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Joint organisations embark on first forest enhancement programme
The conservation project was a collaboration between Felda Global Venture (FGV), Borneo Conservation Trust (FGV) and the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD).
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SK Pulau Sepanggar safer, healthier, thanks to Sabah Ports
Also in attendance were SPSB customer relations department manager Julia Ismail and her other senior colleagues. The “OSH in School” initiative places special emphasis on bringing awareness to primary students on safety and health at school.
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Dengue cases increasing in Labuan – Health Dept
He said the increase was quite worrying and urged the people to step up efforts to ensure that their housing areas, workplaces and schools were free of Aedes mosquito breeding.
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Bribery: Ex acting GM Telekom claims trial
fixed mention on Jan 23 on Satvindar Singh S/o Latchman Singh, 59, who pleaded not guilty to all the charges framed under Section 17 (a) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Act 2009 and punishable under Section 24 of the same Act.
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Thai woman charged with solicitation of prostitution faces court on Dec 28
A Thai woman was charged at the Magistrate’s Court for soliciting for the purpose of prostitution. Boonyanuch Thanakritthanadun, 36, is accused of committing the offence on Nov 30, at 8.50pm at a hotel room, near here.
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