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Three points to seal berth |  Sabah hulksters fourth at 49th Mr Malaysia Bodybuilding Championship |  Motivate yourselves for university studies, pre-U students told |  Riparian forest buffers means increased plantation yields |  Swiftlet industry boosted |  Underprivileged boys discover Klagan’s hospitality |  Learning about orang-utan via ‘The Amazing Orangutan Challenge’ |  Kusai kinoizonon nataan id ponginaman mogovit humabus tumau pagansak |  RTM potindooi aadang sabaagi impoon popisompuu layat |  Papanau padsakazan ginumuan posoovon tumanud kootulan |  Susumakai motusaikol nopujulan kiniopon id suang kohigaganan |  Proton, Geely to set up facilities in China |  Unstable environment for foreign inflows |  Ewon mahu lebih banyak pusat e-Desa diwujudkan di luar bandar |  JKR diminta segera baiki jalan Sampir-Pantai Teringai yang rosak teruk | 
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Riparian forest buffers means increased plantation yields
strongly suggested that oil palm plantations set aside riparian forest buffers of at least 100 metres wide along large rivers such as Kinabatangan, Segama, Paitan, Sugut, Kalumpang, Serudong and Silabukan.
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Swiftlet industry boosted
The swiftlet nest industry is identified as one of Sabah’s important revenue-generating streams by State Minister of Agriculture and Food Industry, Junz Wong
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Motorcyclist dies in mishap with tanker
believed to have lost control of the motorcycle at a bend and swayed into the opposite lane into the path of an oncoming tanker lorry, Hamzah said.
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Marine cops seize 2,550kg cooking oil
foiled an attempt by a local man to smuggle 2,550 kilogrammes of cooking oil to a neighbouring country on Saturday.
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Search for KB granny called off
search for an 86-year-old missing granny in Kampung Taburon about 35km from here, has been stopped after no fresh leads were found after nine days of combing the forests, the hills and river.
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Man sought for spearing wife
“This has been ongoing and the suspect beats his wife while intoxicated. She has been rebuking him as she could not withstand his drinking habit,” Sahak said.
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Wildlife unit’s swift actions save jumbo
carcass found floating in the Kinabatangan River near Pangi Forest Reserve on Aug 13, was found to have suffered from ulcerative gastritis that leads to severe loss of blood in its gastrointestinal system.
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Man tries political ties to get druggie sons off
He also used the name of a political party to try to get the AADK officers to release his two sons.
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Ex-security guard jailed nine years, whipping for sexual offence against minor
In the incident on July 13 at 6.30am, Abu Hurairah had forcibly kissed the 11-year-old girl’s left cheek in the toilet of JKR Putatan’s security hut.
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PHKS charity bazaar to raise funds for needy kidney patients
As an organiser, PHKS took the initiative in order to raise RM400,000 worth of fund for the needy kidney patients.
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S’kan YBs now like “Touch ‘N Go” device
These elected assemblymen when they were in the opposition, were quick to hit out against those in the previous administration but now the people realize that they are no better than the latter, he said.
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MMEA seizes 350 litres of fuel
As the MMEA boat was approaching it, a man believed to be the boatman, was spotted from the distance jumping into the sea to escape, Amiludin said.
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Teen drowns on fishing trip
s boat capsized off Pulau Timbun Mata waters at the Kunak-Semporna boundary on Sunday, was recovered about three nautical miles southeast of the island on Wednesday.
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'Project IC': Never again Shafie hails federal move to solve statelessness
Sabah’s long history with migrants from Southern Philippines has resulted in many issues from multigenerational communities not having been documented to permanent residents with various documents
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Tawau-Kalimantan highway in pipeline
beneficial to areas on both sides of the border as this can enhance the economy and eliminate rat routes for illegal activities.
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