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Two men in pump boat caught in another blast fishing case
A check found both men did not have valid identification documents and also fish bombing equipment on the pump boat, he added.
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Double whammy for gatherer
It was a double-whammy for a 50-year-old wood gatherer, when he accidentally shot himself in the leg with a homemade shotgun (bakakuk).
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CM reaffirms shut down of all licensed slot machine operations
“I know they make money before but how many years gambling has been in Sabah, yet you tell me the action should be staggered; but this is a social concern,”
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Kota Kinabalu, Tawau and Lahad Datu airports need upgrading to handle growing tourist arrivals
He pointed out that KKIA has a capacity to handle 9.4 million passengers and now it has reached 9 million passengers, and in the next five years it would not able to cope already.
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Plantation hand fatally stabbed by co-worker over debt
A plantation worker was fatally stabbed by a co-worker when he assaulted the latter over money matters at an oil palm plantation in Telupid on Wednesday.
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Somber Warriors Day celebration for Sabah
when the mother of the late Major Mohd Zahir, the officer who was killed in a live forearms demonstration in Lok Kawi early this month, came up to the VIP podium to receive assistance.
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JPN Sabah hands over replacement identification to fire victims
“All the recipients were victims of fires in Likas, Petagas, Matunggong, Semporna, Tawau and most recently Penangah,” he said.
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SEEDS hold special session on Sabah-Kalimantan economy
Society Empowerment and Economic Development of Sabah (SEEDS) held a special session during the Second International Conference on Economics (ICE) 2019 at Pacific Sutera Harbour Hotel on Sept 18.
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Fish-bombers evade arrest
Two suspected blast fishers evaded Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) arrest by jumping out of their pump boat and swimming to shore before disappearing at Pulau Gaya here on Wednesday.
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Sustainable global devt practice critical in becoming high-income nation
He noted that the 12th Malaysian Plan 2021-2025 hopes to attain sustainable development goals by year 2030 with concentration given to economic empowerment, environmental sustainability and social re-engineering.
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Marine police detain 20 paperless individuals
When quizzed by marine policemen, they verbally admitted having come from Simunul in Tawi-Tawi and had each paid the boatman money to take them to Sabah, Mohamad Pajeri said.
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Youth denies raping sister and cousin both aged three years
On the first count he allegedly raped his three-year-old sister at a house in a village at Jalan Marak Parak, Kota Marudu between 2010 and 2016.
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Sea gypsy detained for fish bombing
A sea gypsy (Pala’uh) was detained by the marine police for fish bombing in waters off Kampung Tobo-Tobo near here on Tuesday.
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4,000 turtle eggs, 175 litres of petrol seized
The turtle eggs worth RM7,200 were found on a speed boat abandoned by the boatman after getting stranded in shallow waters about 6.20 pm, Sabah Marine Police commander ACP Mohamad Pajeri Ali said.
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Anak Negeri: Go after the masterminds of illegal Mykad syndicates
“The Home Minister should investigate rumours about unclaimed MyKad allegedly intended for destruction but instead sent to Sabah to be used by syndicates in their illegal trade,” he urged.
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