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August 10, 2020 Special Reports
THE Langisan, a handsome, wooden-hulled administrative launch built in Singapore and fitted with a Thornycroft diesel engine, carried a crew of five and had a passenger cabin with two bunks. As my two fellow passengers were Tony Wilkins and John Jolly, I had to share the sleeping quarters of the sailors below deck, courtesy of the captain, Serang Awang Pendek.
August 10, 2020 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart)  IF YOU have ever complained that your apartment is the size of a shoebox, consider the living space of two dogs in their tiny crates for five years.
August 10, 2020 Special Reports
1. MY life will be much shorter than yours; most likely 12-15 years. Any separation from you will seem like a few hours to you, but it will feel like months to me. Please remember this when you decide you want a dog for a pet.
August 03, 2020 Special Reports
IN Daily Express’ Hotline column dated July 29, 2020, it stated DBKK staff will be putting up flyers in mailboxes around Kota Kinabalu informing residents that they are not permitted to allow their pet dogs to wander outside their compounds.
August 03, 2020 Special Reports
HElping Animals Rescue Team (Heart) WE ARE often asked why we carry out works to rescue animals in distressed. Simply put – at Heart, we lead with heart.
August 03, 2020 Special Reports
PERCHED atop a tree, a male hornbill scanned the secondary forests as it guarded its “nest”. Little did it know that its life was about to end in the hands of hunters who had spotted him.
July 27, 2020 Special Reports
HATRED is expressed or shown by some people daily due to the various pressures an individual goes through at work or home.
July 27, 2020 Special Reports
MEET the Australian lad who goes by the moniker “Orang Putih Kita” on his Instagram account that has nearly 32,000 followers. Dane Kovacs from small-town Home Hill, who’s lived in Sabah for seven years, is not only passionate about the people but also Sabah’s environmental decline.
July 20, 2020 Special Reports
AT FIRST sight, urban greeneries would cause few people to bat an eyelid while most would not be much bothered to give it a second thought. They cannot be blamed as they have been fed the same old greenery year in and year out to the extent that they have become immune to it, whatever the stuff out there. Little do they know that big money may literally be plucked off trees, shrubs and flowers in Sabah if they are set up in exquisitely attractive and stunning ways.  There are many methods to create powerful pulls that leverage on visitor weak spots for awesome visual impacts from the scenery. It is not about a few measly ringgit or dollar but the gross amount that a country can cream off visitors’ pockets, both locals and overseas tourists, can run into the billions by fulfilling their wants and needs of fabulous urban greeneries.
July 20, 2020 Special Reports
PARKING lots along the entire length of famous century-old Dunlop Street Tawau have been stripped with one stroke of the pen.
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