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Sabah Ports and Harbours Dept Director among four remanded for bribery investigation
The Director of Sabah Ports and Harbours Department was among four remanded between two and four days to assist into a bribery investigation.
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Pygmy elephant found dead on oil palm plantation
Another Sabah pygmy elephant has been found dead, this time in the Low Woo Thien oil palm plantation area, Ulu Segama Lahad Datu.
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Sabah has the most unemployed graduates in country
Sabah recorded the highest number of unemployed graduates in 2017 with 27,540 graduates according to the Department of Statistics with Melaka the lowest with 5,916 graduates.
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Federal Court nine-man bench to hear stateless children cases
whose birth parents were unknown and they were adopted by Malaysian parents, and an eight-year-old boy who was born to a Malaysian father and Thai mother who were not legally married when he was born.
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Indonesian escapes death but gets 20 years for killing wife
An Indonesian man escaped the gallows but received 20 years’ jail sentence from the Court of Appeal after his appeal was allowed against the original conviction of murdering his wife in Keningau.
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‘Making Donggongon a smoke-free town’
JCI Intan for Sabah area, president Dina @ Fidelia Anna Peter Marius said the programme aims to make Donggongon town a smoke-free, litter-free, drug-free and disease-free area.
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CFOS unhappy with alleged POIC telco services
She sought to know if it was true that part of the Capital Contribution had been channelled to “other TM projects” as what was claimed by a certain TM official.
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SST will not burden the people, says Guan Eng
“The false claim by UMNO that SST will burden the people even more than GST is illogical.
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More power for local authorities
he urged the local government here to prepare for the district’s population growth as it is a gateway to Kota Kinabalu.
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Travel with the times or risk being left behind
Today, most young travellers are very active on social media, their decision to visit a destination are mostly influenced by postings or videos they see on social media platforms, the workshop said.
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Jaujan suggests state government tax tourists
“It is time we expanded the local government rating to cover rural areas where tourism activities are normally located. In Kota Belud for instance, the tourism spots are in the beaches and mountains where it is not covered.
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1Borneo management denies bribery allegation
“The two authorised representatives were extremely puzzled with the news coverage with regard to the report lodged by SESB reported to Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission on the bribery attempt by an officer of 1BMC,”
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Upholding transparency: King praises new govt
His Majesty made particular reference to the government’s revealing of the actual financial position of the country, its review of expenditure and costs of projects and its prudent financial management.
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Opposition walkout mere play-acting – Dr M
The three who did not join the fray were Khairy Jamaluddin (BN-Rembau), Datuk Seri Anifah Aman (BN-Kimanis) and Datuk Rozman Isli (BN-Labuan).
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Anifah, Khairy and Rosman stand their ground
Earlier, Khairy also told the media that he disagreed with the walkout to show dissatisfaction towards the Speaker’s appointment.
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