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About 2,000 residents of seven villages near Kampung Tanduo moved to two places

March 7, 2013

About 2,000 residents of seven villages near Kampung Tanduo moved to two places 07 Mar 2013 01:31am LAHAD DATU, March 6 — Nearly 2,000 people from seven villages have moved to Embara Budi and Fajar Harapan in Felda Sahabat following the security forces expanding their hunt for the terrorists who intruded into Kampung Tanduo near […]

Philippine Foreign Secretary fully responsible for Agmibuddin’s ‘lost letter’ to Aquino

March 7, 2013

Philippine Foreign Secretary fully responsible for Agmibuddin’s ‘lost letter’ to Aquino   07 Mar 2013 02:10am Philippine Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario MANILA – Philippine Foreign Secretary, Albert del Rosario is “fully responsible” for failing to answer a letter sent by the brother of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III to its President Benigno Aquino in 2010 […]

Save The Horses At Melinsung Ranch, Sabah

February 24, 2013

Save The Horses At Melinsung Ranch, Sabah by relaxjack » Fri Apr 04, 2008 10:39 pm Scenes of starvation and death greeted tourists who signed up for horse riding on the beach while enjoying their holiday in Sabah, Malaysia. The tourists had visited the Melinsung ranch located 20 mins South of Kota Kinabalu to sign […]

Who Is Really Ready for GE13?

April 8, 2012

Who Is Really Ready for GE13? Barisan Nasional state leaders are beginning to report in on the ‘turun padang’ (‘going to ground’) programmes launched in last year’s party conventions. So far, the reports are favourable. Kedah MCA chief Datuk Chong Itt Chew, in a wide-ranging interview, spoke of the outpouring of support BN has received […]

Sabah’s ‘Great Depression’

August 23, 2011

Sabah’s ‘Great Depression’ 14 August 2011 The decision by the Government Employees Co-operative Society Berhad (Kopeks) recently to settle debts owed by its members to Ah Longs to the hefty tune of RM500,000 made one wonder if Kopeks is not actually encouraging its members to go into debt, because it could easily bail them out […]

Oh dear, what can the matter be?

February 9, 2011

Oh dear, what can the matter be? February 6, 2011 On 25th October, 2009, in a post entitled ‘The end days of PKR in Sabah?’, I wrote : “Keningau division chief, Datuk Dr. Jeffery Kitingan, is the choice of the strongest PKR divisions in Sabah. My source who was at the meeting at Merchant Square […]

PR, BN caught in uncertain Sabah, Sarawak politics

February 4, 2011

PR, BN caught in uncertain Sabah, Sarawak politics February 3, 2011 By Joe Fernandez Kita president Zaid Ibrahim’s take, publicly and privately, in the wake of the official launching of his party on January 19 further confirms what is being seen as indicating some serious confusion of sorts within the inner circle of Parti Keadilan […]

Atkinson Clock Tower

November 18, 2010

Atkinson Clock Tower The Atkinson Clock Tower was gazetted as a heritage building in 1983. In it’s hay day, Atkinson Clock Tower was an important land mark, other than being an important time keeper, the light on the tower was used by local ships as navigation aids to come into the port at night. Atkinson […]

SABM wants July 16 to be 1805 Day

September 6, 2010

SABM wants July 16 to be 1805 Day

Najib declares Malaysia Day a holiday

October 20, 2009

Najib declares Malaysia Day a holiday By Adib Zalkapli KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 19 — Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today declared Sept 16, which is Malaysia Day, as a national holiday from next year, in his latest move to portray his administration as inclusive. By making Malaysia Day a holiday he is also indicating […]