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April 14, 2024 Opinion
WHEN I was posted to Pamol Sabah in 1979, I quickly realised that the Labuk River was very much a part of life at the plantations, which had a long frontage to it. The river could be your friend or your enemy.
April 14, 2024 Opinion
The world is changing fast, driven by the rapidly developing high tech. Young Sabahan voters are a different breed, unlike their previous generations. They are assertive, knowledgeable, savvy and comfortable in the new world of social media. They can judge/differentiate solid performances from “circus pretences”. .
April 14, 2024 Opinion
THANKS to my work at the Malaysian Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC), I have gained new knowledge of the Oil and Gas Services and equipment (OGSE) industry. My first portfolio, dealing with the assessment of the OGSE100, gave me an overview of the top 100 companies in the OGSE value chain.
April 07, 2024 Opinion
IN recent days, Kota Kinabalu has been cloaked in a somber veil of smoke, a stark indication of the devastating fire that engulfed a warehouse owned by Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) on the 4th of April at Jalan Manggatal Batu 7.
April 07, 2024 Opinion
I THANK PAM’s Chapter Chairman for giving me a copy of his open letter in reply to my Sunday article prior to its publication in DE.
April 07, 2024 Opinion
NO management staff had resigned because of the new buffalo fruit transport system that was imposed by the new general manager Leslie Davidson for Pamol Estate near Kluang. Nonetheless, there was a collective effort to resist among us.
April 07, 2024 Opinion
MALAYSIA, 60 years since its formation, remains ensnared in the quagmire of identity politics, where race and religion are wielded as tools for personal gain.
March 31, 2024 Opinion
WITHIN the Malaysian Federation’s federalist system, the Concurrent List offers a unique space for shared legislative authority between the federal and state governments.
March 31, 2024 Opinion
ENERGY concerns extend beyond Sabah’s borders, casting a spotlight on the Federal Territory of Labuan as well.
March 31, 2024 Opinion
In any society, professionals are the crème di la crème. Rightly so as they are better educated, professionally qualified, technically proficient and intellectually superior. .
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