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Bumiputera urged to make all-out efforts in business
Citing Sedafiat Sdn Bhd’s success in providing hospital facility support services in the state, Musa who is also Finance Minister, said Bumiputera companies were also capable providing such services.
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Pertisa Arts Festival (Karts) 2017 replaces Kaamatan festival
Pertisa President LP Raphiel Pinus said the annual Kaamatan Pertisa celebration which was initially planned to be held early next month had to be called off and replaced with another event as the timing is "too late and not suitable for Kaamatan."
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Special event for Buddhists next month
An exhibition of 21 pieces of precious Relics of Gautama Buddha, his disciples and Arahants will be held at the Tzer Ying Temple, in Bukit Padang from July 7 to 9, from 9am to 9pm daily.
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Hard work for two Ramadan stall operators
A 26-year-old female entrepreneur who wishes to be known as Nisa from Kunak runs a stall at the bazaar. For the past three years, she has been travelling between the state capital and Kunak every Ramadan to seek supplementary income.
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Deal with household appliances carefully
Jemros stated that most of the fires occurred between 8am to 5pm where people often forgot to switch off unused electrical appliances in their homes.
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Police: Vigilance maintained in Sabah's waters despite holiday
Making the statement was Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Ramli Din who said: “There are still threats from certain groups who are trying to slip in through the country’s waters especially from the East Coast.”
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Leaders of AS and Maute groups join wanted list
“We fear they may attempt to enter the country as illegal immigrants or masquerading as foreign fishermen,” he said.
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Man claims trial to five cheating charges
In the first charge, Chong Seng Fui pleaded not guilty to cheating a man by leading him to bank in a total of RM800 into his account for house assessment report purposes at Maybank Putatan at 9.55am on Dec 23 last year.
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Begging nuisance in KK
most of them are said to be immigrants based on their attitude and appearance,” said Goon.
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Ban groups that want to destroy secularism
Its president Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Bumburing dismissed the recent call by Centre of Human Rights Research and Advocacy (Centhra) CEO Azril Mohd Amin, who asked the government to outlaw and ban Christian Evangelism in Malaysia.
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Two underprivileged children share their thoughts on Ramadan
“We have had a number of invitations but all of them are from organizations that held the events at hotels. Beringgis Beach Resort is the only hotel that has personally invited us for a breaking of fast event.”
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Cabotage policy removal will affect local industry
“Without the cabotage policy, ship owners are free to build and repair ships at foreign yards, which will lead to funds flowing out from Malaysia, and we don’t know when the market is going to recover,” he said.
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‘TANB expanded to college, university students
The TANB started in 2015 is the Society Empowerment and Economic Development of Sabah (SEEDS) community engagement project to inculcate a sense of belonging and the spirit of unity in diversity among the students, she said.
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‘Bullies and victims more likely to have depression’
According to Jessie Wong, Public Director of Befrienders Kota Kinabalu, depression and bullying can often be related and this issue they already talk especially in school and create a great awareness regarding to this issue.
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Former boss shares criticism ordeal
“Addressing threats than could jeopardise national peace and order is a major challenge...the ordeal of often being criticised and questioned over its relevance and effectiveness due to kidnap cases was also a huge blow.
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