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Shop owner fined RM6,000 for having unregistered products, cosmetics
A shop owner was slapped with a total fine of RM6,000, in default six weeks’ imprisonment by the Sessions Court for illegally having unregistered products and cosmetics.
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Woman poorer by RM3,500 for possessing unregistered health products
A 54-year-old woman was fined a total of RM3,500 for two counts of possessing unregistered health products. Yu Lee Nao, who appeared before Sessions Court Judge Indra Ayub, admitted having three unregistered products.
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Elderly man jailed for house break-in
An elderly man was jailed 12 months for breaking into a house in order to commit theft.
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J1 Blitz on illegal squatters near Alamesra
Dozens of homes were demolished in a multi-agency blitz against squatters spearheaded by City Hall at an illegal settlement near Alamesra.
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Caption_1 Ignorance main cause of glaucoma
Getting rid of your ignorance may as well save you from losing your sight,” said Jesselton Medical Centre’s ophthalmologist Datin Dr Molly E Mathew in attempt to spread awareness about glaucoma.
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‘I don’t want my husband go out to sea anymore’
Deeply traumatised by her husband’s kidnapping, Haryanti Hamsi, 32, says she does not want her husband to go out to sea anymore.
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Ums-moa_2 UMS remains relevant as research and development institution
Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) is determined to enhance cooperation with the industry to ensure the university remains relevant as a research and development institution in the country.
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The three remaining Malaysians held hostage by the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group for eight months had been rescued by Philippine security forces.
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Dr Wee: Bumi students make Sabah very unique
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said Sabah is very unique where Chinese vernacular schools have many Bumiputera students.
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Sjkc27mar17 RM6.565m federal allocation for 66 Sabah Chinese schools
The federal government has allocated RM6,565,000 for 66 Chinese schools in Sabah, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman.
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Sfga Mayor launches Sabah Fig and Grapes Mini Carnival
The three-day carnival was jointly-organised by the Recreation and Welfare Club (REKA) of City Hall (DBKK) and the Sabah Fig and Grapes Association (SFGA).
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Ratu_serimpak Sharifah wins Ratu Serimpak 2017
in conjunction with the earth-breaking ceremony of the Sabah Bajau Sama Cutural Center by the Chief Minister at Kg Lok Batik near here Saturday.
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270317_pg3_eh City lights out for Earth Hour
The annual symbolic act of turning off all non-essential lights, which the City Hall (DBKK) has taken part in since 2011 was commenced at Segama Waterfront here from 8.30pm to 9.30pm.
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Motac Mengalum tragedy: MOTAC revokes tour operators’ licenses
In a statement issued yesterday, the ministry said it viewed the incident seriously and the revocation was a follow-up action.
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270317_front_a Village chiefs joining opposition get the axe, warns Yahya
They were appointed as village heads because they were leaders in Barisan Nasional (BN), therefore it is not reasonable for them to join the opposition,”
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