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CM invited to officiate at Club Med Borneo groundbreaking ceremony |  KDN does not recognise MCAC card |  Anwar agrees there should not be too much tension on power transition – Dr Mahathir |  9th Sabah Unity League Cup begins December |  Ryan - Malaysia’s U-16 No.1 |  Sistom e-Kasih nadadi sistom hongkod data bersepadu |  Kopoundohian umul mongundi om i mokipihi nookunan |  Keningau Vocational College receives outstanding award at ICLESS 2019 |  Plan for innovation centre in every higher learning institution in Sabah |  GES education fair in Sandakan this Saturday |  Bask Bear Coffee eyes collaboration on sun bear protection |  Inflation pressures to be contained in 2020, says UOB Malaysia |  MPI in talks with MoF to set up biodiesel stabilisation fund |  Perintah berkurung di ESSZONE dilanjutkan sehingga 7 Disember |  UMS komited kekal kecemerlangan akademik peringkat antarabangsa | 
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KDN does not recognise MCAC card
received information that an employment agency, AJZ Sdn Bhd had been gathering information, registering and issuing MCAC cards to foreigners especially to immigrants.
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Anwar agrees there should not be too much tension on power transition – Dr Mahathir
there should not be too much tension by people making all kind of suggestions like the date of the transition,”
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Police will not arbitrarily check individual’s phone – Sabah Police Chief
mobile phone checking was a common practice based on police investigation procedure imposed on individuals involved in criminal cases or those with suspicious activities.
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Woman dies, husband and two kids in serious condition after tree crash
A woman perished while her husband and their two children are in critical condition after crashing their Proton Iswara into a tree growing on a divider near the Petron Station along Jalan Lintas here.
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Fire and Rescue Dept to rebuild two Sabah houses destroyed in fire
Two houses that were destroyed in a fire will be rebuilt in Sabah this year by the Fire and Rescue Department (FRD) under their social responsibility programme, ‘Projek Rumah Sejahtera’.
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Large seizure of ketum in S’kan
Azhar said the suspect was believed to have processed the ketum juice himself,” he said, adding that the ketum leaves were obtained from outside Sandakan.
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Trade zone recognition for five Sabah, Labuan shopping malls
The malls are Imago Shopping Mall, Oceanus Shopping Mall, Servay Hypermarket, Suria Sabah Shopping Mall and Kompleks Ujana Kewangan Labuan.
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Wildlife crimes: Tourism, Culture and Environment Ministry ready to amend, increase penalties
government should consider amending the Enactment by incorporating a ‘employee/employer are liable’ provision to address the incidence of elephant deaths in areas around agricultural plantations.
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State Assembly passes Bill to amend Constitution to lower voting age
With the 18-year-olds automatically registered as voters, the number of new voters in the country will increase by 20 per cent – an estimated 3.7 million will reach the eligible voting age.
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Approval time for development plan submission expected to shorten
The new entity will empower the local authorities which will function as local planning authorities to process and they can give approval to the DPs in 24 hours after it fulfil the conditions set in the SOP, he said.
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PM: RM6.5 billion to create more jobs over next five years
“When a big proportion of our youth are unemployed, we lose their potential contribution to the country, waste the investment we have made in their education, and create a fertile ground for discontent and instability.
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Pledge on tackling illegal immigrant issue
Shafie also said all the four temporary detention centres in the state were overcrowded with the 7,463 detainees.
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Bersatu Penampang supports alternatives call over Papar Dam
According to Tongkul during his presentation, among the negative implications of the construction of the proposed Papar Dam include earthquakes induced by immense water pressure on the earth crust.
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MMEA nab two jongkong, items valued at RM40,000 seized
Ten minutes later, the MMEA patrol boat stopped a second jongkong which was transporting three LPG cylinders, he added.
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Smuggling of controlled items rampant
will be beefing up efforts to curb the rampant smuggling of controlled items to Nunukan, Indonesia.
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