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Ranau: The recent seismic disturbances are not expected to affect property value here at the epicentre or elsewhere in the state.
Kota Kinabalu: There is renewed interest in landed properties following the June 5 earthquake but many real estate agents believe it may be temporary. GS Realty's Louis Lo said he received more calls for terrace or semi-detached units.
Kota Kinabalu: A total of 15 countries have confirmed their participation in the Sabah International Folklore Festival (SIFF) 2015, from Aug 10 to 15.
Kota Kinabalu: Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) make up more than 97 per cent of total businesses and employ about 60 per cent of the workforce in Malaysia.
Beluran: A total of ten mosques here have been upgraded to provide a more comfortable atmosphere for prayer and religious activities.
Tenom: The tourism industry in the district received a boost with the discovery of four clumps of Rafflesia in the foothills of Sungai Kg Ulu Naluyan, about two kilometres from the Tenom-Keningau main road.