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Open letter to MPS parking wardens: Stop issuing summonses |  Maintain high discipline during MCO Juniors told |  No curb on transportations of essential services, goods in Sabah |  Unique primates of the Kinabatangan River |  Home-cooked meals options for the public |  Onom hamin notutudan id Taman Seri Keningau |  Public Bank provides non-compounded interest on loans during moratorium period |  MNRB contributes RM200,000 to MERCY Malaysia’s COVID-19 pandemic fund |  Akhbar New Sabah Times akan menghentikan penerbitan buat sementara waktu bermula 28 Mac 2020 |  the New Sabah Times will temporarily stop publication effective March 28 |  Satu Jom Sastera, Ikatan Penulis Sabah dan Momogunsia kutip derma buat Kg. Bambangan |  PKP: Anggota Pasukan Gerakan Am PGA bantu PDRM Ranau |  Penduduk cari sumber air alternatif |  Polis Labuan buat tangkapan pertama ingkar PKP Covid-19 |  Tiada sekatan pergerakan, pengangkutan bahan makanan di Sabah semasa PKP | 
Open letter to MPS parking wardens: Stop issuing summonses
One supermarket owner described this as quite ridiculous as people were put in a spot where they had to buy their essential goods hurriedly from supermarkets and to, later find a parking summons on the windscreen when they return to their vehicles.
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No curb on transportations of essential services, goods in Sabah
‘’The Sabah government has decided via the Sabah COVID-19 Command Centre meeting today to clarify that all movements and transportations of essential services and goods are allowed and not curbed,’’
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the New Sabah Times will temporarily stop publication effective March 28
Following the extension of the Movement Control Order (MCO), the New Sabah Times will temporarily stop publication effective March 28, 2020 until further notice. Any inconvenience caused is very much regretted. For enquiry, please call Alex Chin (Advertis
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Some 200 Api Api Constituency families get foodstuff from Liew
About 200 families from the Api Api Constituency each received 10-kg bags of rice, cooking oil and other foodstuff from Api Api Assemblywoman Datuk Christina Liew at the Sabah Parks Jetty here as the distribution centre on Friday afternoon.
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SLS offers virtual Legal Advice Clinic during MCO
members of the public in Sabah will be able to click on the link provided on the SLS website at sabahlawsociety.org for a private online consultation with SLS volunteer lawyers on duty via communication application, Zoom.
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Builders worry over MCO extension on construction industry
He added many contractors who lack the financial reserves will not be able to sustain the extra financial burden of having to pay both the workers’ wages and the extra cost of rectifying the damaged works during this difficult period.
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Phoong: Sabah stimulus package a good deal for youth
“The state government remembers all Sabahans, including those in West Malaysia. The state government has allocated RM80 million to provide B40s a one-off assistance up to RM300. This will benefit as much as 30,000 Sabahans working in West Malaysia.”
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Man arrested for threatening to attack RELA personnel
A Pulau Gaya man yesterday was arrested after threatening to attack two Malaysian Volunteer Corps (RELA) personnel with a pair of sticks near the city fish market.
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Police to provide security for Health Dept at Pulau Gaya
although its inhabitants are banned from entering the main city, police surrounding the waters will let them through upon valid reasoning.
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40 companies in Sabah get approval to operate during MCO
He said the companies concerned were manufacturers of daily necessities, especially food and beverages, and medical support products.
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Action teams to deliver food assistance to Tanjung Aru constituents
Junz, who is also Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry, said the food aid distribution will be done in phases to residents in areas like Sembulan and Pulau Gaya.
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Allow private sector to stop mandatory EPF contributions, calls MATTA
government should in turn help businesses pay 60 per cent of employee wages up to a maximum of RM4,000 per employee for the next six months to avoid mass layoffs due to the extreme economic challenges faced by businesses following the COVID-19 outbreak.
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COVID-19 death rate in Malaysia at only 1.1 per cent
Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said more than 98 per cent of COVID-19 positive cases have so far recovered.
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Blood Donation Centre to operate during MCO period until April 14
The temporary blood donation centre established by the Duchess of Kent Hospital Blood Bank at Sejati Walk will be operational during the Movement Control Order (MCO) period until April 14.
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Man, 62, jailed 15 years for raping 11-year-old grandniece
Based on the facts of the case, the complainant, who is the mother of the victim, had lodged a report after her fourth daughter informed her (the complainant) on March 13 this year that she (victim) had been raped by her grand-uncle from end of 2019 to ea
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