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Patuh prosedur kuarantin sebelum bawa masuk tumbuhan ke Sabah |  Dancing tourists at mosque – ministry weighs in |  SATTA to investigate viral video |  Ban by Likas mosque; no thanks to China tourists |  ‘Mixed blend of hulksters’ |  Brilliant Sabah U-19 squad notch up full points |  16-year-old Jessica shines again |  Deadly pest threat |  Kotinanan ngaavi kohigkangan natagan sumikap lijistol, monginvagu lisin: Yeo |  Tonudo prosedur kuarantin poguhui mogovit sumuang kavo poinsuni: Junz Wong |  Tutumombuhui tagahon naamot timpu momiombo id Mosogit Kakadazan Tagazo Kota Kinabalu |  KPLB papavakas Abaabazan Ekonomi Desa id Kadamaian |  Kebajikan, keselesaan rakan jadi keutamaan kerajaan baharu: Dr Daud |  Pelancong dilarang masuk melawat masjid untuk sementara waktu |  APM buka Pejabat Unit Pertahanan Awam di Pulau Sebatik | 
Dancing tourists at mosque – ministry weighs in
“Once we identify the nationalities, strong action will be taken against them and the operator of the group who failed to brief and deter the foreigners on displaying correct mannerism when visiting a holy site.”
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SATTA to investigate viral video
The Sabah Association of Tour and Travel Agents (SATTA) will investigate the video of two foreign tourists dancing ‘seductively’ in front of the City Mosque which went viral on social media.
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Ban by Likas mosque; no thanks to China tourists
The Likas mosque video came in the wake of another viral video showing diners, purportedly from China, climbing over one another to grapple for freshly steamed shrimps in a hotel buffet line in Bangkok. The video showed almost primal diners with 3-4 plate
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Deadly pest threat
referring to the confiscation of three boxes of fresh lychee fruits from Guangzhou, China, at the Kota Kinabalu International Airport.
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Mayor launches International Day of Yoga
Yoga enthusiasts and newcomers alike gathered for the United Nations International Day of Yoga at the Likas Sport Complex here yesterday.
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Sandakan Central Market faulty elevator repaired after minister’s visit
The faulty elevator at the Sandakan Central Market has been repaired much to the relief of daily shoppers. Local assemblyman Frankie Poon was alerted to the malfunctioning when he visited the market last Thursday.
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Eastern Fleet expansion as planned
In the long run, Syed Zahiruddin revealed that the Eastern Fleet whose jurisdiction includes Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan, will also be establishing the Naval Region 4 in Bintulu, Sarawak.
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PH, don’t give opportunities to ex-BN leaders – Amanah
it aroused suspicion and smacked of a hidden political agenda and was not in the interests of the people and the country.
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‘Warisan should open door to new members’
Johair cautioned about ‘sikap ego’ (arrogance) among Warisan members who were reluctant in receiving members who previously belonged to other parties.
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Court decision on Petronas suit hailed
The controversial act provides for each state to receive 5% royalty to be paid by Petronas every year. The figure is political fodder for local politicians who felt that Sabah and Sarawak were being short-changed.
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Sabah, Sarawak leadership show support for Dr Mahathir
Mohd Shafie expressed the Sabah government’s commitment in fostering close ties with the federal government for the sake of national development.
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Mayor: Multi-lingual signages may help
“I was surprised and sad to see that video. It is a common sense where we should respect places of worship either it is mosques, temples and churches.
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Boatmen nabbed on molest charges
the men, who had no papers, were from Tuaran and aged 25 and 23 respectively. They were arrested at 10.50am at Jesselton Point the following day.
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Teen reported missing found electrocuted
The seven-year-old boy reported missing since June 19 was found dead in bushes behind a vacant building at Bandar Letat, here, on Thursday.
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Census on stateless, undocumented individuals
A government affiliate called Gabungan NGOs Negeri Sabah (GANNOS) will conduct a census on about 800,000 individuals in the state who claim to be stateless or do not possess any identification document.
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