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Pitas: The move to bring together various security and defence agencies under one roof, coordinated by the Eastern Sabah Security Command (EsscCom), was the right call, and it should be supported by all Sabahans.
Kota Kinabalu: The continuous, even though minor, aftershocks made it difficult to gauge whether Mount Kinabalu is still safe for trekkers and travellers, said Universiti Malaysia Sabah's (UMS) Natural Disaster Research unit chief Prof Dr Felix Tongkul, Tuesday.
Kota Kinabalu: Frustration over the "many unsustainable developments" arising in the State has compelled a group of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to form a civil society coalition.
Kota Kinabalu: Kudat will become a hub for bilateral trade between the State via the district and Palawan, Philippines once a jetty and ramps for the 'Roll On, Roll Out' (RoRo) ferry services are operational, latest, by early next year.
Kuala Lumpur: Support for the Malim Gunung (mountain guides) who led or carried over 100 stranded climbers on Mount Kinabalu to safety when the earthquake struck on June 5, has also touched the hearts of folks in the nation's capital.
Kuala Lumpur: The Sabah Foundation has allocated more than RM200 million to help students in the state pursue their studies at local higher education institutions (IPT).