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Ldu_syabu_22072019 Foreigner with crystal meth nabbed
Police arrested a foreigner with 12.86 grams syabu estimated worth RM 1,929 in an oil palm plantation at Jalan Lahad Datu-Tungku on Sunday.
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Img-20190721-wa0021 ‘Sabah’s diverse society remains a vital ingredient’
Efforts to strengthen our unity in diversity between people of different races and faiths adds to Sabah’s richly vibrant cultural mosaic which also promotes a better appreciation of each other’ cultural heritage and traditions,”he said.
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Tc_goh FCAS ready to build Wisma Zhong Hua if there is land
The Federation of Chinese Associations Sabah (FCAS) is keen to construct a building which truly represents the Chinese community of Sabah, if there’s suitable piece of land for such purpose.
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20190722_143052 Outstation express bus services kick off operations at KK Sentral
The outstation express bus services have begun their operation at the KK Sentral bus terminal here yesterday after it was officially launched by Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department Arifin Asgali.
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230719_front_a To dam or not to dam
A soft approach has been taken by the Warisan-led government on the proposed Papar Dam with an assistant minister calling on affected villagers to make their voice heard in black and white.
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Pedophile’s jail term reduced to 13 years plus 6 strokes of the cane
A 41-year-old man who was convicted of two counts of raping a 14-year-old girl had his jail term reduced to 13 years plus six strokes of the cane after he was ordered to run the sentence concurrently.
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11 wanted drug addicts arrested
Fourteen individuals in total were rounded up on various charges after a series of 17 raids focused on hotspots in Telipok Ria, Kampung Indai and Terayung.
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JomRun hopes to be top sports mobile app in M’sia
You may opt to skip manual registration and payments for your next running event with the JomRun application.
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Five NGOs get donation from UPKO Charity Dinner
will be distributed to Sabah Thallasemia Association, Persatuan Penderma Darah Negeri Sabah (Pendarah), Sabah Cheshire Home and Service, Persatuan Ibu Tunggal Sabah (PITSA) and Majlis Persatuan Warga Emas Sabah.
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Museums must build new image, identity to remain international beacon
Christina said it is hoped that programme has achieved its objective in contributing to national harmony, and underlined the important role of museums as an institution in providing public with knowledge, as well as tourism.
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Man crossing road killed by car
OCPD ACP Peter Umbuas said the victim whose identity was not immediately known as no identification was found, died of serious injuries at the scene after he was hit by the Proton Iswara at 6.40pm.
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DBKK told to replace missing manhole covers in Kingfisher II
It was believed that more than 60 pieces of manhole covers had been stolen recently, resulting in several unsuspecting residents falling into the manhole and getting injured.
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30 pieces of metal drain covers found in car, suspect arrested
Police are still hunting for the one who got away, a local man in his 20s, known as Amon who is also from Telipok.
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Kopeks made RM1.48 million net profit last year
The Sabah Government Employees Cooperative Berhad (Kopeks) recorded a net profit of RM1.48 million last year as compared to RM1.26 million in 2017.
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Tuaran’s Bailey bridge in need of new floor
The bridge which is more than 100 metres long is very popular with motorists not only from Tuaran but also visitors from other districts such as Kota Belud, Kota Marudu, Pitas and Kudat.
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