Daily Express
INDEPENDENT NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF EAST MALAYSIA
Established since 1963
Kota Kinabalu: The Government is committed to safeguarding the interests and rights of Christians in the State to carry out their religious obligations and freedom to worship as spelt out in the country's Constitution, and also the Keningau Oath Stone which states freedom of religion in the State.
Kota Kinabalu: Luxury cars which have run out of time in Singapore and bought by syndicates in Malaysia and then re-sold to unsuspecting public with forged documentation have not reached Sabah shores yet.
Kota Kinabalu: A Korean heart team, led by Back Jong Gu, visited the Society for the Sabah Heart Fund (SOSHF) and the Likas Women and Children Hospital recently.
Tuaran: Four local men aged between 32 and 47 were detained for suspected involvement in five break-in cases reported in the district since June last year.
Kota Kinabalu: It's not cheap to translocate an elephant from one forest to another. While it may cost around RM30,000 to shift a Borneon elephant, there is also no guarantee they would able to adapt to its new environment.
Kota Kinabalu: Honesty and sincerity in one's conduct are among moral principles which can lead to achieving excellence in work performance. City Police Chief ACP M. Chandra gave the reminder to his men and women in the Kota Kinabalu police force in conjunction with its monthly gathering, here, Friday.