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Sabah aqua farmers fume at SST
They warn that such a move would eventually ‘kill’ the 30-year-old industry worth RM500 million a year, besides causing some 20,000 people, a majority (80% to 90%) of whom are Sabahans to lose their jobs.
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Man attacked friend with machete over durians
The cops here have arrested a man who attacked his friend with a machete following an argument over durians at Kampung Buang Sayang in Mile 8, Jalan Segama here on Tuesday.
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Police catch 10-man bird’s nest gang within 24 hours
A violent gang of ex-convicts who broke into the Papar Middle School here at about 3.30am on Sunday to loot a bird house of its nests were promptly arrested within 24 hours.
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Five escaped unscathed in lorry-4wd crash
Five persons escaped unharmed in an accident involving a lorry laden with oil palm and a four wheel drive vehicle (4WD) at the junction of Taman Megah Jaya and roundabout in Jalan Tiku on Wednesday.
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Man electrocuted while trying to hang banner
Azhar Alih was working with two of his colleagues, Yasirarafat Morphy, 24, and Ladykinda, a 20-year-old woman at about 2.30pm when he fell from a ladder and struck live electrical cables near the store’s front.
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Manager charged with involvement in terrorist activities
Salahuddin was alleged to have deposited RM1,600 into the Maybank account registered in the name of Multi Point Trading Company belonging to Mohd Firdaus Asren Saputra BMS Asren, 36, believed to be to finance terrorist activities.
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Six men charged for trafficking 21 Filipinos
Jasnih Other Ali @ Mohd Alli, 54, an auxiliary policeman, was accused of trafficking two Filipinos comprising a 20-year-old woman and a 55-year-old man at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport at 5.15pm between February 2017 and October 24, 2018.
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Army Rangers foil attempt by 67 to enter country illegally
The Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) thwarted an attempt by 67 illegal immigrants to enter the country through Tanjung Labian waters near here on Tuesday.
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4D remains most prominent form of illegal gambling
“Most of the suspects are jobless and had resorted to gambling in making a quick buck,” said Papar police chief, DSP Batholomew Umpit.
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AirAsia takes over KK-Sibu, Bintulu routes
AirAsia Group Bhd is set to take over the Kota Kinabalu (KK)-Sibu and KK-Bintulu routes from MASwings Sdn Bhd starting January 2019 following the Cabinet’s approval last week.
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IRB – 505 from Sabah barred from traveling abroad
for failing to settle tax arrears amounting to RM45 million. He said from the total, 10 individuals and company directors were from Keningau district involving RM300,000 in unpaid taxes.
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Upgrade before CNY, Tawau tourism players urged
At this juncture, Liew, who is also Tawau MP, said the district needs a five-star hotel while calling on potential investors to consider building one in her constituency.
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Agriculture faces setback without youth
He stated this should not be the case as agriculture accounts for over RM140 million in Sabah economics last year and is given a boost following the increased allocation for the sector in the 2019 Budget.
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Anifah keeps Kimanis seat
In the Kimanis Parliamentary seat, Anifah Aman of BN-Umno won the seat after he garnered 11,942 votes against 11,786 polled by Datuk Karim Bujang of Warisan.
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SEPA: Study on Sabah energy should not be limited to coal
“Many individuals, stakeholders spent years fighting this. Stop wasting time, the cheapest solution is not always the best. A coal plant will just lead to a coal mine.
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