Local
Business
Sports
Leisure
BM
Kadazan Dusun
EDUCATION
ECO
Archives
Latest News
 
Nst-studio
Keewon siap single lagu sentuhan Ateng |  Permohonan Biasiswa Kerajaan Negeri Sabah dibuka hari ini |  15 suspek berjaya ditahan AADK Keningau dalam Ops Cegah |  'MA63 realisation important towards strengthening Malaysia' |  UMS, YL4S ganding bahu capai ‘Zero Plastic Heroes’ |  Allow equal rights to confer nationality on spouses and children: JAG |  “We can recover in three years” |  'Minister should leave Water Dept Director appointment up to AGC' |  Yong: Water supply disruptions not due to dry weather but incompetence |  Commendable outing for Labuan ruggers |  Sabah silat exponents set three-gold target |  Sabah Para swimmers rule |  R10,000 sakadai kumaa PVATM laan Kota Belud |  Airbus' sourcing activities in Malaysia to reach US$550 mln |  Good paying jobs await spa therapy grads | 
 Local

Rat eradication operation to be launched Saturday at Bandaran Berjaya

110119_front_c
Liew (4th from left), flanked by Nordin and William, and others displaying the promotional banner.

11th January, 2019

KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Chief Minister cum Minister of Tourism, Culture and Environment, Datuk Christina Liew will launch the Rat Eradication Special Operation at Bandaran Berjaya on Saturday (Jan 12) beginning at 7am.

It is being organised by Kota Kinabalu City Hall (DBKK) with the support of N15 Api-Api Community Development Leader Unit (UPPM) in the interest of environmental health.

Members of the public are encouraged to participate in the gotong-royong activity. Among the participants will be civil servants, hotel and bank staff, students and members of non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

The meeting-point is at the place in front of King Park Hotel. Refreshments will be served.

Mayor Datuk Hj Nordin Siman, who led a four-member delegation to pay a courtesy call on the Minister on Thursday, extended the invitation to her.

Others were Deputy Director-General Noorliza Awang Alip, Director of Community Well-being Department, Anidah Ag Said and Director of Corporate Affairs Department, Syron Tunggolou.

Liew, who is organising chairperson of the forthcoming inaugural State-level Chinese New Year Open House celebration, discussed the preparations with the Mayor and Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment, William Baya.

It is scheduled to be held on the first day of Chinese New Year (February 5) at the Sabah Hakka Hall in Kota Kinabalu.

“We will extend our full support and co-operation to ensure success of the event,” Nordin assured.

Also present were the Political Secretary to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Environment, Vivien Lee, Api-Api Community Development Leader, Grace Lee, and Ministry officials.

   
Email Print
   
 
 
E-browse