Sabah in History

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April 23, 2022 Sabah In History
(Sunday, November 6, 1994).
April 16, 2022 Sabah In History
October 22 1963: President Sukarno was hanged before a large crowd at the Jesselton Community Centre – his effigy that is.
April 09, 2022 Sabah In History
NOVEMBER 29 CM downs the Philippines’ Sabah claim 1963: The Chief Minister, Datu Donald Stephens, today claimed that “The Philippines” claim to Sabah has no leg to stand on.
April 02, 2022 Sabah In History
Dec 17, 1881 THE plan looked good on paper. With its good harbour and its position at the northern tip of Borneo, the British colonial government hopes Kudat would become a major port for ships plying routes between Europe and China.
March 26, 2022 Sabah In History
Kota Kinabalu: (Thursday, February 27, 1986) The State Assembly was dissolved from today, Chief Minister Datuk Pairin Kitingan announced this afternoon.
March 19, 2022 Sabah In History
DECEMBER 6  1981: Ex-Chief Minister Tun Datu Haji Mustapha (pic) will continue to enjoy police security for his residence and a personal police bodyguard despite the passage of a Bill in the State Assembly to repeal his special privileges.
March 12, 2022 Sabah In History
December 6 1981: Deputy Chief Minister Datuk James Ongkili said he was against the election of a “Huguan Siou” or Supreme Leader of the Kadazans because “the move would not benefit anyone.” He said what Sabah needed was a Huguan Siou who would work and sacrifice for the State and not for an ethnic group.
March 05, 2022 Sabah In History
Nov 4, 1899  (North Borneo Herald) Mr Henry Walker, the Commissioner of Lands, recommended a narrow strip of coastal land between Tanjung Lipat and Tanjung Aru, to be the site for a deep water port on the mainland and a terminus for a railway line.
February 26, 2022 Sabah In History
October 28  1983: The Sabah, Sarawak and federal governments agreed to develop a new growth centre at the Merapok-Sindumin border.
February 19, 2022 Sabah In History
NOVEMBER 15 Stephens suggests he, Mustapha and Khoo let younger breed take over 1967: Dato Donald Stephens offered to leave the country to enable younger leaders find a solution to a common problem - how to bring back political sanity and stability to Sabah.
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