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December 08, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Jesselton, Saturday, 8th December 1962) - LAHAD DATU, Fri. – At least one policeman was killed yesterday morning when bandits suddenly attacked a police launch on patrol off the East Coast, North-East of Pulau Tunku.
December 25, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Tuesday, 25th December 1962) - JESSELTON, Mon – Mr Donald Stephens, Chairman of the Sabah Alliance Party Executive Committee, on his arrival back from the Inter-governmental Committee Meeting yesterday was handed two cables; one was from Tun Abdul Razak and the other from Mr Tan Siew Sin.
December 18, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Tuesday, 18th December 1962) - SANDAKAN, Mon - The Rotary club of Sandakan has presented to the Duchess of Kent Hospital, Sandakan a portable electro-cardiograph.
December 18, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News & Sabah Times (Tuesday, 18th December 1962) - Tawau, Mon - The Chairman of the Tawau District Team, Mr E.A.C Pascoe at the last meeting of this year, on 13th December, reminded members that next year local government for the whole of the district would be concern of a newly-constituted District Council.
November 28, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES (Wednesday, November 28, 1962) - KUDAT, Wed.- In the Kudat Magistrate's Court a crew member of a Filipino vessel was fined $350 for possessing an automatic pistol and five rounds of ammunition when he was not a person exempted from licensing under the Firearms Ordinance.
December 07, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Jesselton, Friday, 7th December 1962) - JESSELTON, Thurs. – A Bill, which seeks to straighten up certain deficiencies in the Customs Ordinance in relation to the export of timber, will be introduced into the Legislative Council at the next week’s Budget Session.
December 13, 1962 Sabah In History
NORTH BORNEO NEWS & SABAH TIMES - (Thursday, December 13, 1962) - JESSELTON, Wed. – Standing Orders were suspended this morning, the second day of the Legislative Council meeting, to allow the Attorney General to introduce the Detention of Persons Bill “as a matter of urgency” The Bill, which was passed after the usual three readings, without dissent, seeks to make possible the detention in North Borneo of persons who have participated in the recent disturbance in Brunei and Sarawak.
December 24, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Monday, 24th December 1962) KUALA LUMPUR, Sat- The President of the United Sabah National Organisation, Datu Mustapha bin Datu Harun yesterday, stated that A.M Azahari and his Brunei Party Rakyat only represented a small section of the people of Brunei.
December 15, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times (Saturday, Dec 15, 1962) - LONDON, Friday - The Brunei rebel leader A.M Azhari yesterday threatened to send 100,000 Indonesian volunteers into all the three Borneo territories.
December 17, 1962 Sabah In History
North Borneo News And Sabah Times - (Monday, 17th December 1962) - JESSELTON, Sun – The Usno candidate Enche Harris bin Salleh won by 13 votes in the contest for the Tanjong Aru ward of the Jesselton Town Board today.
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