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2020 Budget gives RM5.2 bil to Sabah but not all are smiling
KOTA KINABALU: There was mixed reaction among Sabah leaders to the 2020 Budget provisions, which will see the state receiving RM5.2 billion in development allocations.
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Killing of elephant: Five out of six suspects freed on police bail
TAWAU: Five out of the six men arrested in connection with the killing of a pygmy bull elephant at Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, near here, have been released on police bail, said Tawau deputy polic...
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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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Pygmy elephant killing: Five of six suspects freed on police bail
TAWAU, Oct 8 — Five of the six men arrested in connection with the killing of a pygmy bull elephant at Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, near here, have been released on police bail, said Tawau dep...
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Felda confirms officer, 2 settlers held over killing of elephant
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) has confirmed that an officer and two settlers were arrested by police from the Tawau district police headquarters in Sabah over the killin...
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Felda confirms officer and 2 settlers held over elephant killing
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) has confirmed that an officer and two settlers were arrested by police in Tawau, Sabah, over the killing of an elephant.
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Remand for suspected elephant shooters is extended
TAWAU: All six suspects in the killing of a Pygmy bull elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan here, have been further remanded for two days.TAWAU: All six suspects in the killing of a Pygmy bull elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan here, have been...
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Pygmy elephant killing: All six suspects further remanded
TAWAU: All six suspects believed to be involved in the killing of a Pygmy bull elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan here, recently, have been further remanded for two days.
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MPOCC condemns brutal killing of bull pygmy elephant
The MPOCC strongly condemns the irresponsible and inhumane acts against a bull pygmy elephant, a protected species under the Sabah Wildlife Conservation Enactment 1997, which was found dead recently a...
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Pygmy elephant killing: Remand extended for all six suspects
TAWAU, Oct 6 — All six suspects believed to be involved in the killing of a Pygmy bull elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan here, recently, have been further remanded for two days.
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MPOCC condemns brutal killing of bull pygmy elephant
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Palm Oil Certification Council (MPOCC) strongly condemns the irresponsible and inhumane acts against a bull pygmy elephant, a protected species under the Sabah Wildlife Conser...
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Pygmy elephant killing: All six suspects further remanded for two days
TAWAU (Bernama): All six suspects believed to be involved in the killing of a bull pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan here recently, have been...
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Pygmy elephant killing suspects to be charged
KOTA KINABALU: The six suspects involved in the killing of the protected pygmy elephant in Tawau will be charged under the Wildlife Conservation Enact­ment.
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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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Killing of pygmy elephant: Six suspects remanded for four days
TAWAU: Six prime suspects allegedly involved in the killing of a Pygmy elephant near here, have been remanded for four days from today for further investigations.
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Six suspects remanded for four days over brutal killing of Pygmy elephant
TAWAU, Oct 3 ― Six prime suspects allegedly involved in the killing of a Pygmy elephant near here, have been remanded for four days from today for further investigations.
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Pygmy elephant killing: Six suspects remanded four days
TAWAU (Bernama): Six suspects allegedly involved in the killing of a pygmy elephant near here have been remanded for four days from Thursday (Oct 3) for further...
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Sabah govt lauds swift arrests in brutal killing of pygmy elephant
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government today lauded the swift action of the police and the Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) in arresting six men suspected of brutally killing a male adult pygmy elephant i...
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Police to trace pygmy elephant tusk transporter or buyer
KALABAKAN: Police will trace the transporter or purchaser of tusks of the brutally killed pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas near here recently.
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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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Sabah drafting development plans for areas bordering Indonesia
KOTA KINABALU (Oct 2): The Sabah Government will begin work to draw up plans to develop areas bordering Indonesia to ensure complete infrastructure can be created in line with Indonesia’s plan to re...
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Indonesia’s plan to shift capital prompts Sabah to draft new plans
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government will begin work to draw up plans to develop areas bordering Indonesia to ensure a complete infrastructure can be created in line with Indonesia’s plan to relocate...
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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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Police to trace elephant tusk transporter or buyer
KALABAKAN, Oct 2 — Police will trace the transporter or purchaser of tusks of the brutally killed pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas near here recently.
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Sabah drafting development plans of areas bordering Indonesia
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 2 — The Sabah government will begin work to draw up plans to develop areas bordering Indonesia to ensure a complete infrastructure can be created in line with Indonesia’s plan t...
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Sabah drafting development plans for areas bordering Indonesia
The Sabah government will begin work to draw up plans to develop areas bordering Indonesia to ensure a complete infrastructure can be created in line with Indonesia’s plan to relocate its capital to...
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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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Sabah DCM: Pay informer whose information led to arrests of jumbo killers
KOTA KINABALU: The informer who gave “accurate” information that led to the arrests of six suspects behind the killing of a bull pygmy elephant in Tawau should be...
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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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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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SWD working with police to track down pygmy elephant killers – Christina
The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) is working with the police to track down poachers involved in the brutal killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, Tawau, last Thursday.
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Pygmy elephant killer to be charged under the Firearms Act
The perpetrator who killed a Pygmy elephant with 70 gunshots in Sungai Udin,Dumpas, Kalabakan, near Tawau last Tuesday, will be charged under theFirearms Act 1960.Tawau district police chief ACP Peter...
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SWD working with police to track down pygmy elephant killers: Christina
TARAKAN: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) is working with the police to track down poachers involved in the brutal killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, Tawau, last Thursda...
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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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Suspect who killed elephant will be charged under Firearms Act
TAWAU: The perpetrator who killed a pygmy elephant with 70 gunshots in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan last Tuesday, will be charged under the Firearms Act 1960, if found guilty.
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Sabah Wildlife Department working with cops in hunt for elephant killers, says deputy CM
TARAKAN (Indonesia), Oct 2 — The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) is working with the police to track down poachers involved in the brutal killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabaka...
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Elephant killer will be charged under Firearms Act, says cop
TAWAU (Bernama): The perpetrator, who killed a pygmy elephant with at least 70 gunshots in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan last week, will be charged under the...
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Police: Suspect who killed elephant will be charged under Firearms Act
TAWAU, Oct 1 — The perpetrator who killed a Pygmy elephant with 70 gunshots in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan last Tuesday, will be charged under the Firearms Act 1960 if found guilty.
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RM30,000 reward for info on pygmy elephant’s killers
KOTA KINABALU: A RM30,000 reward has been offered to anyone who can provide information that can lead to the arrest of people behind the merciless killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas in...
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RM30,000 reward for info on pygmy elephant's killers
A RM30,000 reward has been offered to anyone who can provide information that can lead to the arrest of people behind the merciless killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, in Kalabakan nea...
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International NGO pledges RM10k, reward for capture of poachers responsible for brutal elephant killing now RM30k
The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) described the death of the pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin as an act of brutality and cruelty.
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Bounty on elephant poachers rises to RM30,000 as UK group pitches in
KOTA KINABALU, Oct 1 ― A United Kingdom-based orangutan conservation group has pledged an additional RM10,000 to the reward offered for information leading to the capture of poachers behind the brut...
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Ministry views brutal killing of pygmy elephant seriously
KOTA KINABALU: The Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources viewed the brutal killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, Tawau, last Thursday, seriously.
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Ministry views brutal killing of pygmy elephant as serious offence
The Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry viewed the brutal killing of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Tawau, last Thursday, as a serious offence.
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Report: Anonymous donor raises bounty for capture of Kalabakan elephant killer to RM20,000
A post mortem conducted revealed that the elephant was a juvenile male aged between 20 and 30 years old with its body riddled with 73 gunshot wounds fired at close range and it had its tusks were sawn...
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Brutal killing of pygmy elephant: Post-mortem finds multiple gunshot wounds
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) described the death of the pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, Tawau, on Thursday, as a brutal killing and post-mortem results found at...
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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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Bounty now up to RM20,000 for info leading to capture of ruthless elephant killers
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 30 — A bounty of RM20,000 has been placed for information leading to the capture of the perpetrators behind the killing of a juvenile elephant with over 70 gunshot wounds here.
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Police launch operations to track down suspected killers of Sg Udin pygmy elephant
TAWAU: Police will assist the Wildlife Department track down the people suspected to be involved in the killing of a pygmy elephant which was shot 70 times in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan near here,...
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Perhilitan to get police protection when tracking down Sg Udin elephant killers
TAWAU (Bernama): Police will assist the Wildlife Department (Perhilitan) to track down those involved in the incident where an elephant which was shot more...
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Sabah police hunt killers of pygmy elephant shot 70 times
TAWAU, Sept 30 — The police will assist the Wildlife Department to track down the people suspected to be involved in the killing of an elephant which was shot 70 times in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalaba...
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Brutal killing of pygmy elephant: Post-mortem finds multiple gunshot wounds
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) described the death of the pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Dumpas, Kalabakan, Tawau, on Thursday, as a brutal killing and post-mortem results found at...
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Pygmy elephant found dead in Tawau riddled with 70 bullets
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Wildlife Department (SWD) has described the death of a pygmy elephant in Sungai Udin, Kalabakan, Tawau on Thursday as a brutal killing with post-mortem results showing at leas...
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Brutal killing of pygmy elephant, post-mortem finds multiple gunshot wounds
An orphaned three-month-old pygmy elephant pictured inside a temporary holding cage in Sabah in 2013.
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Asst minister: Serious action must be taken over pygmy elephant killing
TAWAU: If investigations into the brutal killing of a Borneo Pygmy elephant found dead in Sungai Udin, Kalabakan recently leads to a criminal case, then serious action must be taken, said Sabah Touris...
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Sabah asst minister: Serious action must be taken over pygmy elephant killing
TAWAU, Sept 28 — If investigations into the brutal killing of a Borneo Pygmy elephant found dead in Sungai Udin, Kalabakan recently leads to a criminal case, then serious action must be taken, said ...
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Dead baby elephant found by Tawau river, following viral Facebook post
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 26 — The Sabah Wildlife Department today found the remains of a juvenile elephant that had reportedly been spotted floating in a river yesterday, after being alerted to a Faceboo...
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Smuggled cigarettes worth RM64,000 seized in Kalabakan
TAWAU: The General Operations Force (PGA) through its 14th Battalion 14 here seized cigarettes worth RM64,000 from a car by the roadside near a roundabout in Kalabakan near yesterday.
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PGA nab five, seizes syabu, shotgun
TAWAU: The General Operations Force (PGA) through its 14th Battalion have arrested five men, including four foreigners, at Simpang 4, Batu 10, Kalabakan near here on Sunday.
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PGA nabs five, seizes syabu, shotgun
TAWAU: The General Operations Force (PGA) through its 14th Battalion have arrested five men, including four foreigners, at Simpang 4, Batu 10, Kalabakan near here on Sunday.
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Malaysian woman's body found after 'croc attack'
KOTA KINABALU - A woman, who is believed to have been dragged away by a crocodile while washing clothes at a river in Kalabakan, off Tawau, was found more than four hours later.
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Woman’s body found after ‘croc attack’
KOTA KINABALU: A woman, who is believed to have been dragged away by a crocodile while washing clothes at a river in Kalabakan, off Tawau, was found more than four...
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Body of woman dragged away by crocodile found
KOTA KINABALU: A woman was found dead after she was last seen dragged away by a crocodile while washing clothes at a river in east coast Kalabakan, off Tawau, on...
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Five detained over RM15,000 syabu
The five suspects detained in Kg Brantian, Mile 7, Kalabakan.
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Don’t rush Jawi writing implementation – Ghapur
Ghapur TAWAU: Former Kalabakan MP Datuk Seri Abdul Ghapur Salleh has called on the state government not to rush the implementation of Jawi writing in the Bahasa Melayu Year 4 subjects in Sabah school...
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Timber body rubbishes claims of illegal logging in interior Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: The Timber Association of Sabah (TAS) has dismissed a claim from an opposition leader that illegal logging activity is taking place at a forest reserve in Sabah’s interior.
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Opposition leader claims massive illegal logging taking place in Sapulut
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan has called on the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to probe “massive illegal logging activity” at a forest reserve in Sabah’s i...
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Shafie Apdal: Sabah will not approve mining in resource-rich Maliau Basin
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 6 — No mining permits will be granted in biodiverse Maliau Basin as long as Sabah is under the Warisan government, Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said today.
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Seedlings for recipients of land titles – CM
The Chief Minister (seated centre) with the recipients of the land titles.
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RM50,000 cigarettes seized, man offering bribe among trio held
Peter (fifth left) with the smuggled cigarettes seized by GOF Battalion 17 personnel from Lahad Datu.
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Moving ‘house’: In Sabah, Umno man claims ex-leaders took party files, tables, chairs...before joining PPBM
KOTA KINABALU, July 17 — Former Sabah Umno leaders who left the party for Parti Pribumi Bersatu Sabah(PPBM) had not only taken assets belonging to their party with them, but also failed to handover ...
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Employment rate ‘full’ based on OECD definition, PM tells Parliament
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Malaysia is considered to have a full employment rate based on the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today — notwi...
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Rights and Gender Equality Select Committee moves forward
The third meeting of Rights and Gender Equality Select Committee of the Parliament of Malaysia has discussed a brief report of the committee's visit to Westminster, London to better understand the law...
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Sabah government to develop old Tawau Airport
TAWAU (June 20): The state government is keen on utilising its land at the old Tawau Airport at Jalan Utara for mixed development.
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Sabah govt to develop old Tawau Airport
TAWAU: The state government is keen on utilising its land at the old Tawau Airport at Jalan Utara for mixed development.
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25 Sabah PPBM pro tem division chiefs get appointment letters from Dr M
KOTA KINABALU: The establishment of PPBM in Sabah is well under way with appointment letters handed over to 25 pro tem division chiefs yesterday.
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Sabah Bersatu names 25 protem division chiefs
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia has named its 25 protem division chiefs.
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Hajiji set to be named Sabah PPBM chief?
KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah Umno chief Hajiji Noor is expected to be appointed interim chairman of the Sabah PPBM chapter.
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Sabah CM Shafie warns against playing race card
SEMPORNA, Feb 7 — Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal today reminded all quarters not to play the race card, saying it could be the basis for disunity in the state.
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Anwar-led caucus wants to be a gatekeeper for new laws
The parliamentary caucus on reform and governance has proposed that it become a gatekeeper for all government bills.
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Kalabakan MP denies awarding contracts to brother
KOTA KINABALU, Jan 4 — Kalabakan MP Ma’mun Sulaiman has denied allegations in a blog that he hired his brother as a contractor for projects in his parliamentary constituency.
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Sabah Umno to lodge report against Warisan MP for conflict of interest
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Umno says it will lodge a police report and a complaint with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) against Kalabakan MP Ma’amun Sulaiman for appointing a family member...
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PAS apologises for confusion over Tawau Xmas police report
Tawau PAS has apologised for the confusion which arose from the police report it lodged against the Christmas and New Year Eve festivals organised by the office of Tawau MP Christina Liew.
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Sabah DCM: Protest against Tawau Christmas celebrations shocking
KOTA KINABALU, Jan 2 ― Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew today hit out at critics for protesting a Christmas carnival held in the east coast town of Tawau on December 30.
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Sabah DCM shocked by protest against Tawau Xmas celebrations
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew today expressed disappointment over the protest against the Christmas carnival her parliamentary office helped organise in Tawau last week.
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