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Yim_ids_mou Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia, Institute for Development Studies inks Creative Economy MoU
Azhani noted that the collaboration between YIM and IDS posed to turn a new page in the development of innovation in Malaysia. It would also strengthen the network and joint efforts of encouraging Malaysians towards solving problems facing the community
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Crime2 Illegal immigrants nabbed in 4 areas
Among the detained were seven children aged one to 16 years and 13 adults aged 17 to 58. They were caught in Manggatal, Inanam, Kota Kinabalu and Luyang.
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260917_sungai1 Riverine communities must do more for their rivers
The pollution to the Moyog river caused by indiscriminate wastes disposals among others must be halted.
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260917_front_a DBKK seeks out City Friends
He disclosed that the free ride is one of their efforts in reactivating the City Friends spirit whereby DBKK is the first local authority to provide free bicycle rides for the public to use in a 24-hour period.
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260917_front_b Sabah benefits from strong M’sia-China ties
“For Sabah, the State had played host to 318,000 Chinese tourists last year and we are expecting the number of tourist arrivals from China to touch 415,000 this year,” he said.
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Close rapport between Sandakan Yacht Club, Royal Malaysian Navy
Paul Wong briefed the Rear Admiral on upcoming SYC activities including the Sandakan Regatta/ Sandakan River Race/ Sabah Closed 2017 which will be held this November.
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Blind therapists given free space at expo
Local blind therapists have been offered free space to provide their services at the forthcoming Pranaworld Lifestyle Centre’s Health Expo on Oct 8 next month.
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Passion for Myra’s beauty
Myra was first inspired after a beauty tutorial on YouTube by Michelle Phan who is an American make-up demonstrator and entrepreneur who became notable as a YouTube personality.
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RM30,000 fine on contractor for hiring illegals
Lim is convicted of hiring the immigrants at the construction site in Sipitang on May 20, 2017.
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Raft_festival_1 Greater solution needed to address Moyog river pollution
main cause of Moyog river pollution was due to the disposal of waste, domestic sewage, pollution from agriculture, animal-based industries, and many more.
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Yahyatekun24 Tekun Nasional entrepreneurs reminded to repay loans
“Don’t forget to repay your loans according to the set schedule so that your business will be blessed,”
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2409_kalimaran_1 RM20,000 allocated for Kalimaran Festival
The Sabah Murut Association (SMA) has promised each district who wanted to organise the Murut community’s Pesta Kalimaran (Kalimaran Festival) of providing RM20,000 worth of allocation for the occasion.
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2409_tremor No property damage in weak Tongod quake
The Civil Defence Force (APM) officer-in-charge for Telupid/ Tongod Lieutenant Amrin Amirun said the Telupid APM operation room did not receive any information and calls from the public on reports of damage to properties as at 2.05pm on Sunday.
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Img_8207 'Women's role in global economic activity should be recognised'
“I hope Tan Sri could look through and consider for those who are trained to be given the opportunity to be placed as heads of departments,” expressed Jainab.
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250917_front_sakaran Sakaran: Growth of Islam shows govt commitment
“Sabah has enjoyed rapid progress after 54 years since the formation of Malaysia, with development being felt in every area, including Islamic education with the growth of madrasahs and Islamic boarding schools which has immensely benefitted the Muslim
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