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.
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...
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...
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...
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.
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.
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...
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.
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...
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.
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...
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.