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Government gazettes 7 acres for clean water upgrade
The government has gazetted a seven-acre piece of land in Kampung Batu 58 as state land for the implementation of a clean water supply upgrading project for the Beaufort and Kuala Penyu districts.
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Shabery: No objection to live telecast of Anwar's trial
The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia has no objection to live telecast of the sodomy trial of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim if the court allows it.
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Jainab suggests Kafe@Teen for all libraries
Community Development and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Jainab Ahmad has suggested that all libraries in the state, especially those in the rural areas set up Kafe@ Teen and storage space for antiques.
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Rescue plan for MAS requires employee and union trust
The proposed rescue plan for Malaysia Airlines, which will be announced by Khazanah Nasional Bhd end-September, cannot realise its objectives without the loyalty and trust of employees and union, says an academician.
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M’sia bags two major Asean Science awards
Two Malaysian scientists won the prestigious Asean Science and Technology awards at the 9th ASEAN Science and Technology Week in Bogor, Indonesia.
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Register your disabled children with relevant govt departments, agencies, parents told
Parents of disabled children are urged to register their children with the relevant government departments and agencies.
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Customs aims to register 5,000 firms, individuals in Sabah for GST
The Royal Malaysian Customs Department aims to register 5,000 companies and individuals in Sabah for the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) from April 1 next year.
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Landowner fined for dumping thousands of tyres on property
The Health Department has fined a land owner in Kampung Meruah, Telipok for piling up his property with thousands of old tyres that have effectively turned the place into a breeding ground for mosquitoes.
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Transform to stay competitive
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has urged Felda settlers to transform the mind to ensure that Felda remains competitive in the era of globalisation.
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Momentum in SDC to gather pace
Sabah expects the investment momentum in the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC) to gather pace, especially with economic recovery in the US and European Union and the attention of global investors shifting to Asia, especially Asean countries.
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The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has postponed accepting the resignation of Tan Sri Abdul Khalid as Selangor menteri besar (MB) until the appointment of a MB has been resolved.
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WOW! Prepaid That Pays
Tone Excel Sdn Bhd has launched four branches in Sabah, within two days.
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Beauty and Wedding Fair at Suria Sabah, Aug 29
Couples who are looking at tying the nuptial knot can get some inspiration from the coming Beauty and Wedding Fair to be held at Suria Sabah on August 29.
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Gang robber receives 8 year sentence
A 39-year-old man was sentenced to eight years imprisonment plus three strokes of whipping for committing an armed gang robbery.
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State government hopes to train more local domestic help
The State government wants to assist more than 10,000 households to engage locally-trained domestic helpers following the success of its pioneer housekeeping course.
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