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Sabah in History

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October 15, 2022 Sabah In History
Daily Express (Sunday, June 26, 1994).
October 08, 2022 Sabah In History
DECEMBER 20 1963: An Indonesian underground Organisation called the Sabah Peoples Rebellion Front was uncovered in Sabah. Asst Police Commissioner to charge of Sabah Special Branch, JE Fairbairn, said seseral people connected with the organisation were detained in towns in the East Coast and would be tried in court.
October 01, 2022 Sabah In History
SEPTEMBER 14 1957: The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) was opened by the Countess of Perth and Minister of State for Colonial Affairs, the Earl of Perth at 5.30pm.
September 24, 2022 Sabah In History
September 16, 1963. After delays, doubts, fears and hopes, Malaysia day arrived at last with celebrations through-out Sabah.
September 10, 2022 Sabah In History
AUGUST 25 1963: Head of State-designate OKK Datu Mustapha bin Datu Harun said constitutional and legal difficulties will prevent Sabah from celebrating Malaysia Day as planned on Aug. 31.
September 03, 2022 Sabah In History
AUGUST 1 1962: The Cobbold Commission report to gauge the feelings of people in North Borneo on the Malaysia proposal was released.
August 27, 2022 Sabah In History
AUGUST 1 Yayasan Sabah formed 1970: The Sabah Foundation (Yayasan Sabah) was formed whose goals, among other things, was to afford ample facilities for improvement of education among the needy youth of Sabah and infuse a Malaysian consciousness.
August 27, 2022 Sabah In History
AUGUST 6 1960: The United National Kadazan Organisation (Unko) was formally launched at the Kadazan National Congress attended by delegates from 25 areas at the Jesselton Community Centre.
August 13, 2022 Sabah In History
JUNE 1 1967: United Pasokmomogun Kadazan Organisation (Upko) members staged a walkout 65 minutes after the State Assembly session began, saying they “did not want to be party to action which was blatantly undemocratic.” The walkout came after opposition leader Dato Ganie Gilong, Peter Mojuntin (Moyog) and Herman Luping (Tandek) were ruled out of order by the Speaker on grounds that their statements were not in keeping with the tone of the debate.
August 06, 2022 Sabah In History
(October 2, 1964) 1968: Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman called on villagers in Sabah to help the armed forces defend the nation against any possible aggression.
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