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Shafie aims for Sabah's oil royalty claims to be settled by next year

KOTA KINABALU, Nov 19 -- Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal is aiming to settle the state government's claim for petroleum royalties from the Federal government by next year.

He said he did not want the issue to drag on until the next General Election.....

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State election among top agenda at Sarawak PKR convention


MIRI, Nov 18 -- Preparation for the Sarawak state election, expected to take place in 2021, will be among the main agenda to be discussed in the coming Sarawak Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) convention on Saturday (Nov 23).

 
 

Kraftangan Malaysia empowers 20,360 members of craft community as of Sept


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18  -- As of September this year, Kraftangan Malaysia, the Malaysian Handicraft Development Corporation, has been successful in empowering 20,360 people in the craft community throughout the country, said Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi.

 
 

Residential monitoring committees needed to monitor reckless bicycle riding


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18  -- Village or residential-level monitoring committees need to be set up to monitor children's activities, especially the increasingly alarming incidents of reckless riding of modified bicycles (basikal lajak), said Sabah Youth Council (MBS) deputy president Abqaree Fawwaz Abekan.

 
 

Sabah gazettes 14 traditional villages


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18 -- Fourteen traditional villages located within forest reserves and on land owned by government-linked companies (GLCs), covering areas totalling 675.6 hectares, were gazetted from June last year to October this year.

 
 

Sabah Assembly: Tanjung Batu assemblyman wants Kalabakan tourism sector beefed up


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18 — The tourism sector in Kalabakan near Tawau should be developed to boost the earnings of the local community and the state’s economy, said Tanjung Batu state assemblyman Datuk Hamisa Samat.

 
 

Cancer among top causes of death among women in Sabah


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18 -- Cancer is one of the leading causes of death among women in Sabah with 743 cases reported between 2011-2015, the state legislative assembly told today.

 
 

Borneo wild ginger earns couple steady monthly income


Exclusive report by Mohamad Khairy Abdullah

KENINGAU, Nov 18  -- The the uncertainty in commodity prices, particularly rubber and oil palm, Eka @ Timang Agaras and her husband Sirut Sumiloh, 53, have taken a new path by dabbling in the umbut tuhau (wild ginger of Borneo or the soft shoot of a palm tree stem that can be eaten) business to sustain their family.

 
 

PDRM may increase presence on Sarawak-Indonesia border


KUCHING, Nov 18 -- The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) does not rule out the possibility of increasing its personnel on the Sarawak-Indonesia border following the transfer of the Indonesian capital from Jakarta to Kalimantan.

 
 

Upgrading of Jalan Bulatan Berungis -Tuaran must be expedited - Madius


TUARAN, Nov 18 -- The upgrading works of Jalan Bulatan Berungis to Tuaran town should be carried out as soon as possible to ease traffic congestion in the area, said Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau.   

 
 

Telipok-Kiulu-Rondogung-Ranau road 97 per cent completed


KOTA KINABALU, Nov 18  -- The construction of the Telipok-Kiulu-Rondogung-Ranau road project is expected to be completed ahead of schedule, said Sabah Infrastructure Development Minister Datuk Peter Anthony.

 
 
 

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2,238 Kesedar settlers to get land titles

 
     

Face masks selling like hot cakes in Perlis

 
     

Tourists flock to major attractions in Langkawi during CNY holiday

 
     

OKU child sets new record in cross-border cycling event

 
     
 
     
 

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