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Deepavali a good time to strengthen ties
Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S Subramaniam hopes the arrival of Deepavali will bring about good fortune, health and wealth to the people, especially the Indian community.
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Strike out the taboo, addiction is a disease not a weakness
Drug abuse is a major public health problem that impacts society on multiple levels. “Directly or indirectly, every community is affected by drug abuse and addiction. Drugs take a tremendous toll on our society at many levels,” said MCPF Vice-Chairman
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Court orders siblings enter defence for fraud
The Sessions Court ordered three brothers, who are jointly charged with fraudulent use as genuine of a forged document 14 years ago, to enter their defence on Nov 3 and 4.
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CAPAM 2014: Combination of hardware, software key to public sector
The combination of software and hardware is key to ensure the public sector keeps up with the challenging times, while at the same time, inspires public confidence towards the governments.
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Two tales of dedicated individuals in their fields
A forestry officer who nearly died while on duty and another man who has spent 25 years working as a psychiatric assistant received the Vocational Service Award from the Rotary Club Kota Kinabalu.
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SMK St Francis Convent wins best choral speaking contest
Sabah schools have done the State proud in winning and earning top spots in a series of national competitions held in conjunction with the national English Language carnival.
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Electricity demand projected to grow 6.1 per cent annually for 2014 to 2024 – Maximus
Electricity demand is projected to grow an annual average rate of 6.1 per cent in Sabah for the 2014 to 2024 period.
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Largest illicit cigs seizure in country
Sabah marine police has scored a major success against smugglers with the seizure of more than RM10 million worth of cigarettes in the waters off of Kg Ice Box here Friday.
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211014_p2_c Strategy to sustain palm oil sector
The government has formulated strategic actions to enhance the sustainability of the palm oil sector for it to remain viable and competitive.
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211014_front_a CP: Barter traders in cahoots with smugglers
The State Police Commissioner wants a review of barter traders, who have been accused of working in cahoots with smugglers.
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Firefighters: Sabah’s lifesavers on call
NATURE’s unpredictable furies are threats all communities have to face, at some time. They’re sudden, destructive and often life-threatening.
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Youth urged to help keep KK clean, pristine
The youth are encouraged to participate in a cleanliness campaign to ensure that Kota Kinabalu and its natural surroundings remain pristine.
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Opportunity for UPKO to reset struggles
The transition in UPKO’s leadership is an opportunity for the party to reset its policies and struggles.
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KPDNKK records 859 cases so far
The Ministry of Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK) has recorded 859 cases under the Control of Supplies Act 1961 in the entire nation up to October this year.
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Sedition Act still relevant – Zaman Khan
The Sedition Act 1948 is still needed to ensure harmony among the people in the absence of the repealed Internal Security Act.
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