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September 03, 1984
DAILY EXPRESS (Monday, Sept 3, 1984) KOTA KINABALU, Sun. The electric air that hung over the likas Sports Complex exploded into a historic event at the burst of fire from the starter’s pistol before dawn today – marking the start of the State’s first ever full Marathon race.
November 04, 1965
DAILY EXPRESS (Thursday, November 4, 1965) JESSELTON, Nov. 3 — “My home is in Sabah, and I will die in Sabah, make no mistake about this”, these were the ringing words spoken to newsmen by Dato Donald Stephens before he boarded a Cathay Pacific Airways aircraft for Hong Kong, this afternoon.
July 12, 1965
DAILY EXPRESS (Thursday, July 12, 1965) - JESSELTON, July 11 – All Malaysian States will soon observe Standard Malaysian time, it was indicated here this week.
March 20, 1964
DAILY EXPRESS (Friday, March 20, 1964) - JESSELTON, Mar 19 - The Acting Commissioner of Police, Mr E.O. Plunkett accompanied by his wife “Lu” Plunkett leaves Sabah on Saturday on leave prior to retirement.
July 07, 1967
DAILY EXPRESS (Friday, July 7, 1967) - JESSELTION, July 6. —Dato Stephen Kalong Ningkan, President of the  Sarawak, National Party arrived here from Kuching today, together with eight of his party leaders. He said that his party would be here for a 4-day’s talks with Dato Donald Stephens and his Upko leaders in trying to find a basis for the formation of a East Malaysian United Front. .
January 03, 1967
DAILY EXPRESS (Monday, July 3, 1967) - JESSELTON, SUN. — There is a move to form a combined opposition front by opposition parties in Sabah and Sarawak, it was learnt here today.
July 12, 1965
DAILY EXPRESS (Thursday, July 12, 1965) - JESSELTON, July 11 - The Federal Minister for Sabah Affairs and Civil Defence, Dato Donald Stephens on Friday had a general review of the economic development in Sabah when he was briefed at the State Operations Room, Secretariat.
July 12, 1965
DAILY EXPRESS (Monday, July 12, 1965) - JESSELTON, July 11 — The Federal Minister for Sabah Affairs and Civil Defence revealed here that funds could be made available for more minor development projects in the State, if requests were made.
July 12, 1965
DAILY EXPRESS (TUESDAY, JULY, 1965) - JESSELTON, July 12 - The first of four large development projects to be under-taken by the Federal Land Development Authority or behalf of Sabah State Government will commence sometime next month, Daily Express reliably learnt here tonight.
March 17, 1982
DAILY EXPRESS  (Wednesday, March 17, 1982) - KOTA KINABALU, Tue: - The Malaysian Airline System today took delivery of its first modern 1-seater aircraft – Twin-Otter – as part of the partial replacement of the smaller BN2 aircraft now serving the various small towns of Sabah.
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