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Repsol’s safety campaign reaches over 7,500 children
“It is an initiative which gives an early awareness to all young schoolchildren on the importance of embracing the importance of personal safety at all times in order to avoid or minimize the risks of accidents or untoward circumstances,” he stressed
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Domestic tourism benefits from exemption
Chew welcomed the reduction of International tourist tax to RM10, but suggested to put a cap to the number of taxable nights so as not to discourage long stay international tourists.
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Man stuns court with charge dismissal request
Danny is accused of assaulting his brother-in-law with a hammer at the latter’s house in Kampung Batangan at 5pm on Feb 27 this year. He faces a jail term of up to 20 years and whipping, if found guilty.
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Popular artists to grace finance carnival
Local celebrities, singers and famous band group will add to the carnival atmosphere at the first Financial Carnival at Suria Sabah shopping mall from Aug 4-6.
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Pharmacy confab adopts thought-provoking theme
Susan said: SPS is happy that generally among our 200-plus members, profession is still more important than profits. But more and more the question of the survival of independent pharmacies is being discussed.
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Rubber Board: We care about smallholders’ interest
“It has also to incur additional charges due to lack of mother shipping from Kota Kinabalu to international destinations. All processed rubber from Sabah has to be transshipped either at Klang or Singapore with an additional cost of 36 sen per kilo.
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Prayers and fasting for country’s well-being among National Day highlights
Hajiji said that this year’s celebrations would see the involvement of churches under the Sabah Council of Churches which will hold prayers and fasting for 40 days from Aug 1 to Sept 16.
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Three KPDNKK enforcers nabbed in bribe rap
Upon inspection in the shop, the trio were said to have asked for RM600 from the victim if he did not want to be issued a compound for not displaying the prices of some essential goods.
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L2 Lions Club members urged to achieve organisation’s goal
The call came from the President of Lions Clubs International Dr Naresh Aggarwal who said the shared effort will contribute to achieving the organisation’s goal of serving 200 million people by 2020.
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Hiew_bukit_padang_hospital Time to upgrade Hospital Mesra
“This hospital is at the moment handling patients from the whole State, and now it has 300 in-patients and 700 over out-patients.
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Elephants Forest connectivity re-growth critical
“In a time of rapidly dwindling forest cover due to oil palm plantation expansion, any return of less productive land to forest is turning out to be important.
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270717_sky-colour First in Borneo – dinner in the sky!
This one-of-a-kind dining experience is endorsed by Sabah Tourism Board (STB) and will be co-sponsored by Sutera Harbour Resort for a month, with two dinners served daily in the beautiful Kota Kinabalu skies.
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270717_front_gajah1 Elephants are passers-by in Dumpas
“Our monitoring team worked with the wildlife rangers to shoo the elephant back into the forest,” he said, adding that the team would go around the plantation to detect any elephant movements.
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Teacher allegedly abandoned at hospital dies
Tawau Perakan Malaysia chairman Zakaria Abd Rashid, when contacted by Bernama, confirmed the matter and said Khairul Anuar Mohd Ghazali, 34, died at 10 pm.
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279 M’sian cocoa board employees to be rehired
Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong said in a statement here on Wednesday that the ministry and the board had reviewed the dismissal of the 279 employees.
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