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February 17, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: The Malaysian Department of Quarantine and Inspection Services (Maqis) seized a consignment of soil yields and minerals (media abrasives) imported here from America, recently.
February 16, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: Kg Sungei Keling had a bust of life as the predominantly Hokkien community there celebrated the 15th day of the new lunar year – Chap Goh Mei – in colour, revelry and worship with an array of delicious food.
February 10, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: Some 15 fishermen from the island received new hybrid fish traps (bubu ikan) from Labuan Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) here on Sunday, to accelerate coastal fishing activities.
February 10, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: The Malaysian tourism industry needs to send a clear message to the world in the wake of the ongoing 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) infection: Malaysia is safe to visit. .
February 07, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: Three compounds and fourteen warning notices were issued by the Labuan Corporation (LC) against traders here for not complying with the use of biodegradable products.
February 06, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: The Malaysian Department of Quarantine and Inspection Services (Maqis) seized a consignment of Bentonite imported from China to the duty-free island, Monday.
February 06, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: The Tanjung Batu geological site, one of six in Labuan with potential for tourism development, is estimated to be more than 15 million years old, according to findings by authorities.
February 04, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: Incongruously situated along the meandering path of the verdant and scenic Botanical Garden is an “odd piece” that never fails to arouse the interest of first-time joggers in the garden.
February 01, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: Every festive season like the Chinese New Year is an ideal time for many to head home for family reunion dinners resulting in heavy advance bookings and long waiting list of ro-ro ferries plying between Labuan and Menumbok.
February 01, 2020 Sabah
LABUAN: The Labuan Liberty Port Management Sdn Bhd (LLPM) said fewer than 20 employees actually understood the content and signed the memorandum that was submitted to Labuan Port Authority (LPA) Chairman, Chan Foong Hin, not 80 as claimed.
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