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Agents promote Sabah as golfing destination
Around 25 golf agents from China were invited to play in a friendly golf meet at the award-winning Dalit Bay Golf & Country Club at the Shangri-La’s Rasa Ria Resort & Spa in Tuaran, recently.
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Wilmar’s foreign workers now have easy access to passports
“We can collect our passports even after office hours and we also can keep other important documents in the locker. Holding the key to my own locker gives me a sense of security,” said Karim who is the Head of a group of workers.
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15 years’ jail for causing death over handphone
committing culpable homicide not amounting to murder of Niley Mutah, 21, at a workers’ quarters at Integrated Timber Complex ITC Sipitang between November 5, 2017 at 11pm and November 6, 2017 at 12.40pm.
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KD Sri Indera Sakti opens for public March 18
KD Sri Indera Sakti is a 4,300-ton, 100-meter multi-role support ship based in the RMN Lumut Naval Base in Perak. The ship is open for public visits from 12 noon to 6pm this Sunday and entry is free.
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Chinese essay participants will receive extracurricular points – State Education Dept
The competition will be held simultaneously at Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Tawau, Lahad Datu, Keningau, Tenom, Kudat and Labuan on March 18, this Sunday, from 8am to 12 noon.
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Musa expresses gratitude over court complex allocation
“We have been waiting for this complex and I am happy that construction work has already started,” the Chief Minister said when visiting the site of the project costing some RM67 million at Likas Bay yesterday.
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Potential sizable China investment at SOGIP
He also revealed that BECA SCI-TECH has been to several countries for inspection and site visits, but after making comparisons, it was convinced that Sabah is still the best place for them to set up their plant.
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30,155 PR1MA homes up for sale
Of the total, almost 16,000 units are priced below RM300,000 which is lower than the average price offered by developers in the west coast of Sabah.
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RM43m land compensation under sixth package
"The total amount of RM43 million in this compensation offer is for the distance of the work package for only Putatan, which is approximately four kilometers.
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Climber MoSAR rescues injured Danish hiker from Mount Kinabalu
A Danish woman who sprained her right ankle received a piggyback ride down Mount Kinabalu by firemen of the Mountain Search and Rescue team (MoSAR) yesterday.
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Sabah_pga_brigade No foul play involved in PGA boats incident
Sabah General Operations Force (PGA) Brigade Commander YDH SAC Zanuddian Samsu Hadi said that there is no element of sabotage in the incident but instead it was caused by negligence on the part of the personnel.
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Img_6553 Four World War II bunkers rediscovered
Four bunkers – remnants of the World War II – had been rediscovered and are in the process of being developed into historical tourism attractions in the city.
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160318_pg3_spm2 Kon Siew Yan Sabah's best SPM 2017 achiever
It was an unforgettable moment for Kon Siew Yan from Kota Kinabalu High School who was the top student, having scored 11A's.
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20180315_183252 Green tech industry needs highly skilled workers
The innovation of green technology has a strategic role to produce energy autonomy to improve the quality of life and the country’s economy.
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1503__lee_2 'Schools with over 40 staff need safety and health committee'
Lee said under the Act, employers were required to set the OSHC if they have over 40 workers failure to do so was an offence under Section 30 (4) of the Act which carries a fine not exceeding RM5,000, a jail term of up to six months or both in the event
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