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Kudat: The State Government should consider legalising illegal foreign workers in Sabah in order to help overcome the shortage of labourers especially in the construction industry, said Inspector-General of Projects in Sabah, Datuk Amir Kahar Tun Mustapha Harun.
Sipitang: The high-impact Sabah Ammonia and Urea (Samur) project here, which was delayed for six months last year due to gutted critical equipment on board a vessel last year, is now more than 90 per cent complete.
Kudat: Nearly 70 per cent of the 18,000 population in Pulau Banggi are faced with issues concerning birth registration despite the island being just an hour's ferry ride from Kudat.
Kota Kinabalu: The State Museum should look to upgrade itself by offering more virtual reality experience if it wants to attract more visitors, especially the young people.
Papar: Merely offering interesting places to visit is no longer enough to attract tourists as their taste and perception have now evolved.
Selangor: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak insisted Sunday that he does not want only "yes men" in Umno but stressed that criticisms should be aired in the right manner and forum.