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Topic: Borneo

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JCI Labuan wins Most Outstanding World Cleanup Day Project
Jefery (centre), National Executive Vice President Zyee Dullie (third left), National Vice President Cathy Molly Binti Albert (third right), National Vice President Jerry Teo (first right) with the aw...
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Sarawak CM says will relax entry rules for Sabahans if illegal immigration under control
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 15 — Sarawak could reconsider its stringent Immigration requirements for Sabahans entering the state, said Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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Sabah, Sarawak mull setting up airline to serve Borneo
KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Sabah and Sarawak are considering the possibility of setting up an airline to serve the two states as well as other areas within Borneo.
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Sabah, Sarawak mull setting up airline to serve Borneo
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and Sarawak are considering the possibility of setting up an airline to serve the two states as well as other areas within Borneo.
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Sabah, Sarawak open to cooperation on regional airline
KOTA KINABALU: The governments of Sabah and Sarawak are open to working together to set up their own airline to boost the economy and connectivity in the region.
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Marzuki: Indonesia’s move will benefit M’sia
MALAYSIA will benefit from Indonesia’s decision to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo island, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya told the Dewan Rakyat.
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Sabah, Sarawak to link up on oil and gas reserves
KOTA KINABALU: With strong reserves in natural gas and crude oil, Sabah and Sarawak are to strengthen their relationships in the oil and gas industry and capitalise on Indonesia setting up its new cap...
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Tell us the Special Federal Grant formula, say Sabah, S'wak
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah and Sarawak want to know the formula used in the allocation of the Special Federal Grants in Budget 2020 given to the two Borneo states.
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Indonesia’s new capital will benefit M’sia, says dept minister
KUALA LUMPUR: There is a potential for Malaysia to benefit from the relocation of the Indonesian capital to East Kalimantan, the Dewan Rakyat was told yesterday.
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Malaysia will benefit from Indonesia relocating its capital to Kalimantan
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will benefit from Indonesia’s decision to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo island, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki...
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Sarawak’s first export of cultured red tilapia to Singapore
KUCHING: Sarawak has taken a big step in the export of cultured red tilapia with the first consignment of 12 tonnes to Singapore.
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Baru Bian: Budget 2020 proof that Sabah, Sarawak development prioritised by fed govt
Baru Bian KUCHING: Budget 2020, which was tabled yesterday, is evidence the federal government under Pakatan Rakyat (PH) does not exclude Sabah and Sarawak, says Minister or Works Baru Bian.
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Why no funds ahead of shift of Indonesian capital, asks Sabah economist
KOTA KINABALU: A political economist is disappointed that the 2020 Budget has not  allocated more funds to help Sabah profit from Indonesia’s relocation of its capital to Kalimantan.
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Budget 2020: GPS says ‘nice to hear’, claims Pakatan manifesto remains unfulfilled
KUCHING, Oct 11 — Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) parliamentary chief whip Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof described the federal Budget 2020 tabled by Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng in Parliament this afterno...
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Malaysia finds hornbill 'ivory' in massive wildlife seizure
KUALA LUMPUR: Almost 800 animal parts including a huge stash of hornbill "ivory", pangolin scales and deer's antlers, have been seized in a raid on Borneo island, officials in Malaysia said on Thursda...
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Sarawak forestry discovers hornbill ‘ivory’ in massive wildlife seizure
KUCHING: Almost 800 animal parts including a huge stash of hornbill “ivory”, pangolin scales and deer’s antlers, have been seized in a raid in Sarawak, officials said.
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Malaysia finds hornbill 'ivory' in massive wildlife seizure
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - Almost 800 animal parts, including a huge stash of hornbill "ivory", pangolin scales and deer's antlers, have been seized in a raid on Borneo island, officials in Malaysia said on...
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Malaysia finds hornbill ‘ivory’ in massive wildlife seizure
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10 — Almost 800 animal parts including a huge stash of hornbill “ivory”, pangolin scales and deer’s antlers, have been seized in a raid on Borneo island, officials in Malaysi...
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Report: Sabah, Sarawak excluded from targeted fuel subsidy due to riverine transport
An express boat plies the Rajang river.
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Japanese donors buy up land for conservation in Sabah’s wildlife-rich Kinabatangan
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 9 — Some 94 hectares of land in the lower Kinabatangan area have been purchased by Japanese donors for over RM4 million to be rehabilitated as a green corridor in the wildlife ric...
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Consumers ‘will suffer if diesel subsidy removed’
GEORGE TOWN: With some 150 companies operating about 5,000 prime movers in the northern region, the Association of Malaysian Hauliers has expressed concern...
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Five re-arrested over killing of pygmy elephant in Tawau
KOTA KINABALU: Five of the six suspects arrested for the killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant in Tawau were released on police bail today but were immediately handed over to the Sabah Wildlife Departmen...
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Sarawak CM: SEB working with Indonesian power producer to build hydro-power in Kalimantan
KUCHING, Oct 8 — State-owned Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) is working with an Indonesian power producer on a proposal to build a hydro-electric power plant in one of the Indonesian provinces on the is...
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UK artist to raise funds for Kuching Autistic Association
Laughlin with her artworks at The Autism Art Gallery.
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Govt must justify why Borneo states left out from fuel subsidy scheme, says Sabah party
KOTA KINABALU: The government must justify why Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan have been left out from the targeted fuel subsidy scheme that will come into effect on Jan 1,2020.
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Don’t speculate yet, Felda rep says after plantation guards nabbed for elephant killing
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 3 — A Felda leader has urged members of the public not to speculate about the arrest of one of its settlers in the case of the killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant with illegal fire...
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Uggah: Sarawak now exports fish to Singapore
KUCHING: Sarawak, through Sea Horse Corporation Sdn Bhd, is exporting inland fish for the first time to Singapore.
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Set up a wildlife crime bureau under police, says WWF Malaysia
KOTA KINABALU: WWF Malaysia is calling for the setting-up of a wildlife crime bureau to effectively tackle wildlife-related crimes in the state.
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Jumbo killed by plantation guards
KOTA KINABALU: In the end, it was not the work of poachers after all – two plantation guards engaged to keep wildlife off the company grounds turned their weapons...
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Police: Pygmy elephant killed by plantation guards, not poachers
Tawau district police chief Asst Comm Peter Umbuas said it was not the doing of poachers after all – two plantation guards engaged to keep wildlife away from company grounds turned their weapons on...
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Sabah deputy CM hopes elephant killer informant will be rewarded as promised
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 2 — The source who provided vital information that led to the arrest of six suspects in the killing of a juvenile Borneo pygmy elephant last week will be rewarded.
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Borneo can be an economic powerhouse in Asia: Shafie
TARAKAN, Indonesia (Oct 2): The island of Borneo, which is shared by three countries including Malaysia, has the potential to be an economic powerhouse in the Asian region, said Sabah Chief Minister ...
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Sabah cops seize multiple firearms from 6 held for killing elephant
KOTA KINABALU: Police who arrested six men in connection with the brutal killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant have seized a pump gun and several other homemade weapons in Tawau.
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Borneo can be economic powerhouse in Asia: Shafie
TARAKAN, Indonesia: The island of Borneo, which is shared by three countries including Malaysia, has the potential to be an economic powerhouse in the Asian region, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Ser...
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Police: Pygmy elephant killed by plantation guards, not poachers
KOTA KINABALU: It was not the doing of poachers after all – two plantation guards engaged to keep wildlife away from company grounds turned their weapons on a...
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Borneo can be an economic powerhouse in Asia, says Shafie
TARAKAN (Indonesia), Oct 2 — The island of Borneo, which is shared by three countries including Malaysia, has the potential to be an economic powerhouse in the Asian region, said Sabah Chief Ministe...
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Borneo can be an economic powerhouse in Asia – Shafie
Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal TARAKAN, Indonesia: The island of Borneo, which is shared by three countries including Malaysia, has the potential to be an economic powerhouse in the Asian region, said ...
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First-ever spoken-word theatre show to be staged in Kuching Sunday
Production crew and performers of the ‘Jalin’ showcase gather for a group photo: (clockwise, from top left) Jamal, Gwendoline Esther, Shahidah ‘Mochi’, Jack Kin Lim, Umar Azizi (stage manager)...
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‘Refusing to stand for anthem shows disrespect’ says political analysts
PETALING JAYA: Not standing for the national anthem does not show displeasure to the government, but only shows lack of respect for the country and rakyat.
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Elephant killers caught in Tawau
KOTA KINABALU: Police say they have arrested several people behind the recent brutal killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant.
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Four suspects nabbed in Tawau elephant killing
KOTA KINABALU: Police are believed to have arrested four people in connection with the brutal killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant in Tawau last week.
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Hunting veteran denounces slaying of pygmy elephant
KOTA KINABALU: A veteran hunter has condemned the recent killing of a pygmy elephant in Tawau as an act of “the cruellest nature” and in violation of a code hunters abide by.
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Sarawak party urges Putrajaya to salve Borneo discontent and stem its spread
KUCHING, Oct 2 — The Pakatan Harapan (PH) federal government must urgently address issues upsetting Sarawakians and Sabahans before more of them disrespect the national anthem, Parti Bumi Kenyalang ...
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Sabah ramps up hunt for poachers
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah wildlife investigators are keeping tight-lipped on the case of the cruel killing of a Borneo pygmy elephant as they ramp up the hunt for poachers involved in the killing of the animal.
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Sabah mulls JV with Kalimantan in downstream oil & gas activities
BALIKPAPAN, Indonesia (Oct 1): A joint venture between Sabah and Indonesia in downstream oil and gas activities would benefit Borneo, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
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Kudos on Sabah's UEC recognition but several issues must be addressed
From the outset, I would like to extend my praise to the Sabah government for recognising the United Examination Certificate (UEC); kudos to the state administration for doing something its Federal counterpart has been beating about the bush for over a year.
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Bounty for Pygmy elephant's killers now at RM30k, thanks to UK-based NGO
KOTA KINABALU: A United Kingdom-based international conservation group has upped the reward pool money to RM30,000 for information leading to the capture of...
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RM20,000 reward for info on pygmy elephant’s killers
KOTA KINABALU: The hunt is on for the poachers behind the killing of an adult Borneo pygmy bull elephant in Tawau, after its body was found riddled with over 70...
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RM10,000 bounty on cruel killers of Sabah pygmy elephant
KOTA KINABALU: A bounty of RM10,000 is being offered on the poachers involved in the brutal killing of a male pygmy Borneo elephant in Sabah’s Tawau east coast district recently.
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Successful egg cell harvested from Malaysia’s sole surviving Sumatran rhino in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 30 — Scientists from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), Germany have successfully harvested one egg cell from Malaysia’s sole surviving Sumatran rhino, ...
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Pygmy elephant shot 70 times, tusks removed
The pygmy elephant with its tusks removed by poachers.
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Advanced reproductive technology key to saving wildlife from extinction
SANDAKAN: The application of advanced reproductive technology (ART) to increase the number of animals, especially endangered species, should be key to diverting the trajectory away from extinction, sa...
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Advanced reproductive technology key to saving wildlife from extinction: Sabah Wildlife director
SANDAKAN: The application of advanced reproductive technology (ART) to increase the number of animals, especially endangered species, should be key to diverting the trajectory away from extinction, sa...
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White Rajah’s life story to hit the big screen
Meyers is seen during a scene from Rajah.
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Borneo pygmy elephant found dead in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: A pygmy elephant has been found dead in a river on the Malaysian part of Borneo island, an official said Friday (Sep 27), the latest of the endangered creatures to perish.
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Post-mortem on pygmy elephant carried out in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 27 — The post-mortem on a Borneo pygmy elephant which was found dead in Sungai Udin in Dumpas yesterday was carried out beginning 5pm today.
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Pygmy elephant found dead in Tawau river
KOTA KINABALU: A pygmy elephant has been found dead in a river in Sabah, the latest of the endangered creatures to perish.
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Film on Bruno Manser premiers at film festival
Nomadic Penans in the jungle.
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Resisting the loggers: Swiss explorer film spotlights threatened Malaysian tribe
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — A film about one of the world’s last hunter-gatherer tribes living in Malaysia’s rainforest premiered yesterday, with its indigenous actors urging authorities to formally...
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Proton 1 Tank Adventure hits tip of Borneo
KOTA KINABALU: The Proton 1 Tank Adventure arrived in Sabah for its second leg recently, taking participants on a scenic 525km journey from Kota Kinabalu to the Northern most tip of Borneo in Kudat, t...
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Proton 1-Tank Adventure Sabah leg – 17.4 km/l best FC
The Proton 1-Tank Adventure 2019, which kicked off with the opening round in Peninsular Malaysia over the Malaysia Day weekend, reached Sabah last weekend for the second round.
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Malaysian police arrest 15 over links to Islamic State
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has arrested 15 people, mostly foreigners from neighbouring Indonesia, on suspicion of having links with the Islamic State militant group, police said on Thursday (Sep 26).
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With TNB discount, govt hopes more childcare centres will register with Social Welfare Dept
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — The Pakatan Harapan government aims to see an increase in registered childcare centres by the end of next year, following Putrajaya’s initiative to offer a 20 per cent disc...
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Malaysian police arrest 15 over links to Islamic State
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 26): Malaysia has arrested 15 people, mostly foreigners from neighboring Indonesia, on suspicion of having links with the Islamic State militant group, police said on Thursday.
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Late birth registration condition shows govt ignorant of Sarawakian needs, says activist
KUCHING: A Sarawak activist today chided Home Minister Muhiyiddin Yassin over the ministry’s decision to stop late birth registrations at state National Registration Department (NRD) offices.
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Sarawak activist wants late birth registrations to continue
KUCHING, Sept 24 — Human rights activist Peter John Jaban appealed to Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today not to stop the state National Registration Department from processing late applica...
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Coalition of NGOs urge Sarawak govt to make a stand on khat issue
KUCHING, Sept 23 — A coalition of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and political parties today urged the ruling Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) to make a stand on the proposed introduction of jawi...
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze: Minister
PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok (pix).
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze – Teresa Kok
Teresa Kok – Bernama file photo PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze — Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 23): It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze, says Kok
It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Teresa Kok: Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 23 ― It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially at the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame oil palm industry for haze — Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 23): It is unfair to blame the oil palm industry whenever the haze occurs, especially the large plantations, says Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok.
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Unfair to blame palm oil industry for haze, says Teresa Kok
PUTRAJAYA: It is unfair to keep blaming the palm oil industry for the haze, as many companies adhere to sustainable agriculture standards, says Teresa Kok.
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Singapore and Malaysia choking together
SEPTEMBER 22 — So, it seems Singapore and Malaysia are united again — well, at least in terms of facing a common obstacle.
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Report: Hollywood actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers set to play James Brooke in upcoming White Rajah movie
Rhys Meyers is set to play Sir James Brooke in the upcoming movie ‘The White Rajah’. AFP Photo KUCHING: Famed Hollywood actor Jonathan Rhys Meyers is set to play the role of the first White Rajah...
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Slim chance for Umno-PAS pact to appeal to Sarawak, say analysts
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 21 — Ahead of the Sarawak state election due by September 2021, PAS is eyeing to collaborate with Gabungan Parti Sarawak as a means to stop DAP from winning in the Borneo state.
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Drought, wildfires inflict double whammy on Indonesian crops
JAKARTA: Wildfires, smoke and drought are inflicting an increasingly painful toll on Indonesian agriculture, hurting everything from oil palm plantations to rubber trees and...
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Varsity celebrates peace at cultural fest
CYBERJAYA: People from 58 countries united in a celebration of cultures and peace at Limkokwing University of Creative Technology here.
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Palm oil to blame for 39% of forest loss in Borneo since 2000: study
KUALA LUMPUR: The palm oil industry was responsible for at least 39% of forest loss on the biodiversity-rich island of Borneo between 2000 and 2018, data from a...
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Malaysia, Indonesia shut thousands of schools over haze
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands of schools were shuttered across Malaysia and Indonesia on Thursday (Sep 19), affecting at least 1.7 million pupils, officials said, as toxic haze from rampant forest fires se...
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Palm oil to blame for 39% of forest loss in Borneo since 2000, study shows
KUALA LUMPUR: The palm oil industry was responsible for at least 39% of forest loss in biodiversity-rich Borneo island between 2000 and 2018, data from an Indonesia-based research firm shows.
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Palm oil to blame for 39pc of forest loss in Borneo since 2000, says study
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 19 — The palm oil industry was responsible for at least 39 per cent of forest loss in biodiversity-rich Borneo island between 2000 and 2018, data from an Indonesia-based research ...
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Lessons from life in the jungle
AS a wildlife biologist working in the primary forest of Tawau Hills Park, I’ve been privileged to call the forest my home.
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From Sarawak with love: One man's mission to bring Borneo's fresh produce online
Till this day, Heineken Laluan can still recall his retired parents' reactions when he announced he was quitting his teaching job to look after them, as they were both unwell at the time.
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Analysts agree with Pandikar: Anwar’s the man
PETALING JAYA: A Sabah-based NGO’s endorsement of Anwar Ibrahim as the next prime minister has prompted two political analysts to speculate that the PKR president will be able to increase goodwill b...
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Pakatan Harapan comes to the rescue of Sabah and Sarawak
COMMENT | I might not agree with PKR President Anwar Ibrahim and the future prime minister on all matters, but I do agree that only the Pakatan Harapan leadership is capable of resolving the long-stan...
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Forest fire in Johor Bahru spreads to 12 hectares
JOHOR BAHRU: A forest fire broke out in Johor Bahru on Tuesday (Sep 17) morning, engulfing 12ha of vegetation or about the size of about 17 football fields.
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Indonesia 'doing everything' to put out forest fires: President Widodo
PEKANBARU: Indonesia is battling forest fires causing toxic haze across southeast Asia with aircraft, artificial rain and even prayer, President Joko Widodo said during a visit to a hard-hit area on ...
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Indonesia 'doing everything' to put out forest fires: President Widodo
PEKANBARU: Indonesia is battling forest fires causing toxic haze across southeast Asia with aircraft, artificial rain and even prayer, President Joko Widodo said during a visit to a hard-hit area on ...
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Indonesia ‘doing everything’ to put out forest fires, says Widodo
JAKARTA: Indonesia is battling forest fires causing toxic haze across Southeast Asia with aircraft, artificial rain and even prayer, President Joko Widodo said during a visit to a hard-hit area today.
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PM suggests agriculture as way forward for Sabah, Sarawak to grow revenue
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 17 — Sabah and Sarawak should capitalise their abundant land if they wish to raise their income, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today.
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From Sarawak with love: One man's mission to bring Borneo's best to the forefront
A former teacher is helping farmers and foragers in Kuching sell their goods online, hoping to offer the best of Borneo to everyone.
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Haze in Sri Aman, S'wak breaches hazardous level, API at 369
PETALING JAYA: The haze in Sarawak has hit “hazardous” levels, with the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading in one area having crossed the 300 mark.
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Courts need judges with Bornean experience
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Law Society (SLS) wants to see more judges with Bornean experience in hearing cases from Sabah and Sarawak, as they will show more empathy and understanding towards unique situations involving communities from these two states.
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Sabah Law Society wants more judges with 'Bornean experience' to hear cases from Sabah, S'wak
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Law Society (SLS) wants to see more judges with Bornean experience hearing cases from Sabah and Sarawak, as they will show more empathy...
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A unity lesson from Sabah and Sarawak
TOMORROW’S Malaysia Day celebration is not just a public holiday.It is a reminder to Malaysians of how Malaysia was created.On Sept 16, 1963, North Borneo (as Sabah was called then), Sarawak, Singap...
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Bidor all out to go green
BIDOR: The shine of its tin-mining days may be gone but this town is getting greener with another 10,000 trees planted here.
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Stop blaming BN for unmet promises, Guan Eng is urged
KUCHING: A Sarawak activist says Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should stop blaming Barisan Nasional for the many unfulfilled promises to the state and needs to come up with “more solid reasons”.
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From small seeds, great dipterocarp trees grow yet taller
Yellow Meranti is the tallest species of tropical tree in the world.
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