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June 14, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Apart from human beings, stray animals were also affected during the Covid-19 pandemic.
June 13, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: To Tam Kok Tan (pic), 18, a student at SMK St Mary here who achieved 9As in the SPM examination last year, the pandemic was not a big problem for him and his friends even though at first they also had to face the new norms of learning.
June 09, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Beluran District Police Chief Supt Kasim Muda has called the community here to adhere to the standard operating procedures (SOPs) set in place to contain the spread of the Covid-19.
June 09, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Sandakan Member of Parliament Vivian Wong (pic)  regretted the lack of coordination between state and federal government whereby all announcements made by federal ministers on MCO/FMCO are done without prior discussion with the Sabah government.
June 07, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Like many in the public transport sector nationwide, taxi drivers in Sabah have been adversely impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic and they are thankful to the Government for providing financial assistance to help lessen their burden.
June 07, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Karamunting Assemblyman George Hiew Vun Zi hoped the Welfare Department would continue to provide clear information on the assistance available for recipients, from time to time.
June 06, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Five undocumented Filipinos (pic) were caught trying to sneak into the State via Pulau Nunuyan waters, here, Saturday.
June 04, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: The spread of Covid-19 in Taman Utama here, which is now placed under Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO), was likely to have started during the Aidilfitri celebration since May 13, said Sandakan Disaster Operations Control Centre (PKOB) chairman Wong Foo Tin.
June 04, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: The first phase of the Jaringan Prihatin Programme saw the Sabah Teachers’ Union (STU) receiving 100 smartphones  from Yes 4G,  a brand under YTL Communication Sdn Bhd.
June 04, 2021 Sabah
SANDAKAN: Traders here lament the ever-changing standard operating procedures (SOPs) said Karamunting Assemblyman George Hiew Vun Zin (pic).
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