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November 17, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, November 17, 1962) - KUALA LUMPUR, Friday – The Malayan Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman (pic) said today he had agreed to allocate 40 seats for North Borneo and Sarawak in the Malayan Parliament as “a special concession.” The Tunku made the statement at an airport press conference before he left on a 5-day visit to the Borneo territories. The Malaysian plan will link up Malaya, Singapore, North Borneo, Sarawak and Brunei under one independent federation.
November 01, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (NOVEMBER 1, 1962) - BRUNEI TOWN, Wed. – Party Rakyat of Brunei has accused the North Borneo Government of showing discourtesy to three Party leaders who recently visited Jesselton.
November 05, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Monday, November 5, 1962) - KUCHING, Sun. – The Sarawak By the Week, an Information Office weekly, said in an editorial today that the SUPP delegates conference which took place last week-end condemned colonialism, the Sarawak Constitution, Malaysia, and all the other political parties. Still there was no condemnation of communism – the Party merely said that it was not for or against it.
January 02, 1931 Sabah In History
(January 2, 1931) - A STORY OF MOUNT PENINJAUH - By REV. W. CHALMERS.
October 20, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES  - (Saturday, October 20, 1962) - JESSELTON, Friday. — The Malayan Minister of Finance, Mr Tan Siew Sin (pic), told the Press at Jesselton Airport this afternoon he believed that to have a stable economy it would be necessary for the Borneo territories to industrialise as rapidly as possible, as they were doing in Malaya.
October 03, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Wednesday, October 3, 1962) - KUALA LUMPUR, Tuesday. — Tunku Abdul Rahman yesterday gave his approval to a suggestion that the people of North Borneo should decide by referendum the Philippines Government claim to the territory — after Malaysia has been established.
October 19, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Friday, October 19, 1962) - JESSELTON, Thursday. - Plenary Sessions of the Malaysia Inter-Governmental Committee will be held in Jesselton next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The first Session will begin on Monday afternoon, 22nd October.
October 13, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS and SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, October 13, 1962) - JESSELTON, Friday —The Ag. Director of Medical Services states that the import of Thalidomide and all preparations containing Thalidomide has been prohibited.
October 02, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Tuesday, October 2, 1962) - JESSELTON, Monday. — A few of Sabah’s members of the Inter Governmental Committee left Jesselton by Malayan Airways Viscount for Kuching today.
February 02, 1931 Sabah In History
THE BRITISH NORTH BORNEO HERALD - (February 2, 1931) - BEAUFORT NOTES - On the 13th two officers off H.M.S. Kent which was then in Jesselton, Major E. Jukes Hughes (Royal Marines) O.B.E, and Lieutenant Commander W. St. J. Cobley passed through by motor trolley on their way to view the Padas Gorge and Tenom. They stopped here for half an hour to have a bite of breakfast with the District Officer, before proceeding on their journey.
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