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December 04, 2022 Special Reports
MEMORABLE experience is an important dimension of the tourist experience.
December 04, 2022 Special Reports
WHILE building big hotels may be beyond many of Sabah’s entrepreneurs, the rise of boutique hotels like the Jesselton Hotel, the oldest boutique hotel in the state capital, is more affordable to exploit the booming tourism trend.
November 27, 2022 Special Reports
IN LIGHT of the current food security issues everywhere that affects virtually every country, the question of producing food has become a very serious food for thought for governments, ministries, departments and policy makers everywhere. Even the ordinary man in the street, the loafers, stragglers and dedak-seekers are also worried about the availability of the next meal.
November 27, 2022 Special Reports
DESPITE the Covid-19 pandemic, Sabah saw an RM4.47 billion increase in foreign and domestic direct investment last year, while the manufacturing sector contributed RM6.04 billion to the State’s GDP.
November 20, 2022 Special Reports
THIS is the latest tourism award news. Padas Farmstay Tenom has been picked winner of the Asean Community-based Tourism Standard award 2023-25.
November 13, 2022 Special Reports
THE MICCI Annual Luncheon Tuesday climaxed in the launching of ‘Kota Kinabalu City Hall Investors’ Guidebook by Datuk Dr Seri Panglima Joachim Gunsalam.
November 13, 2022 Special Reports
WHEN business is down by a long shot, it is actually a public interest and macro-economic duty of the Government to prop up a lethargic condition with extra support via whatever fiscal and political muscle at its disposal, without even being asked.
November 13, 2022 Special Reports
THE grain has a larger role in the sense that even the State Agriculture and Food Industry Ministry aims to increase Sabah’s rice production self-sufficiency level to 60 per cent by 2030 from the current 25 per cent.
November 06, 2022 Special Reports
Experience as a minority in UK 'Most of the time I lived in UK in a small town called Canterbury. There was not much multiculturalism. The varsity had many students from all over the world. I didn’t directly experience multicultural Britain which in any case is probably not as simple as it sounds.
November 06, 2022 Special Reports
BILLY Young, the last surviving POW to have been imprisoned at the notorious Sandakan Camp, in Borneo, and at the equally notorious Outram Road Gaol in Singapore, run by the Japanese kempei tai or military police, died in Hobart Hospital last May 19 from Covid.
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