Sabah in History

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April 01, 1922 Sabah In History
THE BRITISH NORTH BORNEO HERALD (April 1, 1922) - ONE may be amused or irritated, entertained and enlightened or misled and bored by books on little known countries. It is usual for some people who have had personal experience of a certain place to condemn off-hand the impressionist sketches of tourists, who generally write with the confidence of ignorance on things they can know little about beyond what they have been told.
August 04, 1965 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (Wednesday, August 4, 1965) JESSELTON, Aug 3 - The Central Government Minister of Education today gave the people of Sabah and Sarawak what they had been asking for a long time – free primary education.
October 06, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES (Saturday, October 6, 1962) - KENINGAU, Friday. - The Hon Ganie Gilong, J.P., Vice President of the United National Kadazan Organisation left yesterday by air for Jesselton after a two day visit. On Tuesday after his arrival he officially opened the Keningau-Bingkor Branch of the Unko at the grandstand of the Padang here.
June 26, 1976 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, June 26, 1976) - KOTA KINABALU, Tuesday. – The younger brother of the late Tun Haji Mohamed Fuad Stephens, Datuk Ben Stephens, has been appointed the new Director of the Sabah Foundation. Datuk Ben Stephens, Sabah’s former Director of Establishment, replaces Datuk Syed Kechik in the post.
March 08, 1967 Sabah In History
Daily Express (Wednesday, March 8, 1967) Our Staff Reporters - FOR the first time in the history of Sabah, the people are directly electing their representatives to the State Legislative Assembly.
September 26, 1963 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (September 26, 1963) - JESSELTON, Sept 25.– Independent Sabah held its first Legislative Council meeting here this morning at the new Council Chamber at the Secretariat.
February 01, 1961 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO SABAH & SABAH TIMES (Wednesday, February 1, 1961) - JESSELTON, Tuesday. — “So we have made a start, ! and a good start, in providing full secondary education. I say a start, because obviously we must have further full secondary schools to meet the country’s needs for educated men and women and to give our young people the opportunity for higher education they deserve,” said His Excellency the Governor, Sir William Goode today.
October 12, 1970 Sabah In History
KINABALU SABAH TIMES (Monday, October 12, 1970) - SANDAKAN – Tunku Abdul Rahman (pic) said here the five monuments being built in Sabah in honour of Malaysian leaders are a symbol of the ties between West and East Malaysia.
August 26, 1971 Sabah In History
KST (Thursday, August 26, 1971) - SANDAKAN: Two days from now, “Kinabalu Satu” will make its maiden voyage to Japan, thus signalling the beginning of another joint-venture between Japanese businessmen and the people of Sabah.
August 23, 1962 Sabah In History
NBS & SABAH TIMES (Thursday, August 23, 1962) - JESSELTON, Wed. - Mr G.R. Hedley, Resident West Coast said here today that he believed that average standard of living in North Borneo could be compared very favourably with any other country in South-east Asia.
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