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City police record statements of individuals involved in Bersih 4 rally
All statements were taken under Section 112 of the Criminal Procedures Act.
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M’sians should effect change through proper channels – UPKO Komulakan chief
Ewon who is also UPKO Kota Belud division chief stressed this while officiating at the Independence Day celebration in Kg. Tambatuon, Kota Belud, last Monday.
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Voice of peaceful street demonstrators should be heard, says PBS supreme council member
Shahidan Kassim who arrogantly called the Bersih 4 rally participants over the weekend as animals.
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MMEA seizes boat believed to have been used in fish bombing
“When MMEA patrol boat approached it, the boat sped off towards the southwest of Pulau Gaya.
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Marine police intercept four boats with 17 Filipino illegals
State Marine Police commander ACP Mohamad Madun said two marine police boats on patrol during “Op Pensura” nabbed the illegal immigrants between 5.15am to 5.30am as they were making their way to land on Sept 1.
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Mosar will accompany trekkers up to Mt Kinabalu
This is part of an increased safety measures for mountain climbers following the June 5 magnitude 6 earthquake that killed 18 people including four guides or popularly known as malim gunung.
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Labuan MMEA seizes 40,000 litres diesel, tugboat, tanker trucks
near the Sungai Klias riverbank in Beaufort around 11 pm on Tuesday.
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CM inspects progress of Sabah’s first integrated bus terminal
Construction of the project costing RM16.2 million on a 10.4-acre site off Mile 3 Jalan Utara began early last year and is expected to be completed by end of 2016.
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Tremor brings back fear to Ranau
“We ran helter-skelter out of the building and down the hill as we fear the hill might collapse,” Nuratieqah said. “We were not taking any chances,” she said.
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ISME, Chiba University students visit Sabah Forestry Department
The International Society for Mangrove Ecosystems (ISME), led by its Executive Director Prof Shigeyuki Baba together with a staff member and five students from Chiba University of Japan, visited the Sabah Forestry Department (SFD) on Aug 25-29, 2015.
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MPS fines 20 entertainment venues
Twenty entertainment establishments in various locations of the district were booked by the Sandakan Municipal Council (MPS) enforcement unit for operating beyond the permissible time.
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Court fixes Nov 30, Dec 1-4 for trial in Farm Ville murder case
The High Court fixed Nov 30, and Dec 1 to 4, this year, for the trial of five men who are charged with the murder of a 40-year-old Kadazan man in Kinarut last year.
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Lions clubs urged to come up with creative programmes to keep members active, motivated
Lions clubs have been urged to create interesting programmes and develop meaningful projects and activities to keep members active and motivated.
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It's lights on at faraway Kota Marudu village
Rubber-tapper Tarahing Masanim, 47, had little education. But today the grandmother of nine is her village’s only solar power installer and repairer all rolled into one; an engineer so to speak.
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