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September 23, 1968 Sabah In History
SABAH TIMES (Monday, September 23, 1968) - KOTA KINABALU, Sun. — Full text of a press statement by the Chief Minister, Tun Datu Haji Mustapha bin Datu Harun, shortly after the march held in Kota Kinabalu on Friday morning in protest against the signing of the Sabah Annexation Bill by President Marcos.
September 18, 1968 Sabah In History
SABAH TIMES (Wed, Sept 18, 1968) - THE Chief minister, Tun Datu Haji Mustapha bin Datu Harun, was this morning presented with two memorandums by representatives of 34 registered associations and clubs of Kota Kinabalu and representatives of Kota Kinabalu rural districts.
July 05, 1968 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (Friday, July 5, 1968) - KOTA KINABALU, July 4 - With the Olympic style opening ceremony of the Sabah Sports History’s first State Students meet scheduled at the Turf Club padang Friday morning (today), the Sleepy Valley of the Gaya College Hostels have sprung into life since the College closed for the College’s holidays with the arrival of boys and girls from five corners of the State this morning and afternoon.
June 01, 1968 Sabah In History
Daily Express (Saturday, June 1, 1968) - KOTA KINABALU, July 5 – The State Government is very interested in encouraging every form of sporting activities in the State.
February 15, 1968 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (Thursday, February 15, 1968) KOTA KINABALU, Wed.   The Chief Minister, Tun Datu Mustapha bin Datu Harun, today announced a slight reshuffle in the State Cabinet before two new ministers were sworn in by the Yang di-Pertua Negara, Tun Pengiran Haji Ahmad Raffee.
November 13, 1967 Sabah In History
KINABALU SABAH TIMES (Monday, November 13, 1967) - JESSELTON, Sun. - Sabah’s State Capital, Jesselton, observed Remembrance Day with a ceremonial parade and service held at the War Memorial this morning.
July 07, 1967 Sabah In History
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 Sabah In History
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.
November 04, 1965 Sabah In History
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.
August 09, 1965 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (Monday, Aug 9, 1965) JESSELTON, Aug. 8 -The Elections Commission Chairman disclosed today that registration of eligible voters for Sabah’s first general elections will commence, “barring any last-minute hitches” in the first week of December this year.
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