Sabah in History

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March 02, 1940 Sabah In History
March 2, 1940 - The death of Mr. C. Peto Bennett on the 17th January at the age of 84 breaks another link with the past.
December 29, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, December 29, 1962) - BEAUFORT, Fri. – Mr Tay Ting Siang, an Independent candidate, who was returned in a 5-cornered fight in the Membakut Ward in the First Local Government Elections, has said that he is very grateful to those who supported and voted for him.
December 29, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, December 29, 1962) - BRUNEI TOWN, Fri. - The Brunei Government yesterday announced a relief scheme for needy people in outlying kampongs in Brunei.
January 15, 1987 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (January 15, 1987) - KOTA KINABALU, Wed. - Berjaya secretary-general, Fred Solibun today said the 20-Points Agreement which formed the basis for Sabah’s entry into the Malaysian Federation, is not a law and that there is little power granted to the State under the Agreement.
December 29, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Saturday, December 29, 1962) - KUDAT, Fri.- The United Sabah National Organisation celebrated it first anniversary here by giving a satay party on December 26. There were about 300 guests present at the party.
January 01, 1931 Sabah In History
British North Borneo Herald, 1931 - Ancient beliefs superstitions should be dealth with tenderly and with respect and not in the derisive spirit they are often apt to be, for the closer we look into the manners and customs of primitive man, the more liable are we to have our conceit taken down.
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.
February 27, 1984 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (February 27, 1984) KUALA LUMPUR, Sun. - Usno President, Tun Datu Haji Mustapha bin Datu Harun, has been identified as one of the four Usno leaders who had opposed the recent amendments to the Constitution.
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.
March 12, 1984 Sabah In History
DAILY EXPRESS (March 12, 1984) KOTA KINABALU, Sun. — Berjaya president Datuk Harris Mohd Salleh today hit out at Usno leaders for getting up to their ‘bluffing’ tactics once again.
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