April 05, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: Four schools and one kindergarten are among the recipients of a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) contribution worth a total of RM163,760 from a company here on Sunday.
April 03, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: A more detailed road map network of Ranau district is now available in the Google Earth apps where it is available for free to everyone without the need for special password.
March 31, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: Deputy Home Minister II, Jonathan Yasin said the emergency proclamation is due to existing legal provisions being insufficient to deal with Covid-19 more effectively.
March 25, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: The Energy Commission (EC) has upgraded some 207 houses in Kampung Lohan 1, here, under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme, Touch Point.
March 24, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: Rescuers and villagers are tracking down a man who went to a rubber plantation about a week ago but failed to return home.
March 19, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: Religious differences are not an obstacle to help each other and fellow human beings who are less fortunate especially during trying times, said Deputy Chief of Wiramuda Parti Star Sabah, Kong Soon Choi.
March 10, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: Eight summonses were issued against individuals for various vehicle-related offences during Op Khas Kesalahan Bunyi Bising here.
March 05, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: The district’s Fire and Rescue Department received a mist blower sprayer, here, Thursday.
March 04, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: The district JKR has completed a temporary diversion which enables traffic to resume following the collapse of the bridge in Kg Nampasan on Monday (pic).  Ranau JKR Chief Mac Glen Frederick Lojuman said the diversion is a temporary lane only passable by small and light vehicles across the Tahubang river.
March 03, 2021 Sabah
RANAU: For a Dusun family residing in Kampung Taba here, about 142 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu, basket weaving is their traditional craft. While their forefathers weaved beautiful baskets out of rattan, these days, due to the difficulty in sourcing rattan locally, multi-coloured plastic strands are used to make elegant bags and baskets in various shapes and sizes. Three sisters belonging to the fourth generation of the family, who picked up the traditional weaving skills from their parents, are keeping the family heritage alive via their Olundus Craft venture which they started in September 2019 to supplement the family income.
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