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Indonesian detained: Syabu, eramin 5 confiscated

KUCHING, Oct 15 -- A Indonesian man was detained with several packets of syabu and eramine 5 pills worth RM543,700, in the largest narcotics raid in the country since 2017.

The 32-year-old suspect had kept the drugs in his backpack when he was detained by the state Narcotics Criminal Investigation Department and the Serian District Police Headquarters at 7.50 a.m. on Thursday.....

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Human-elephant conflict: Avoid development in sensitive areas


KOTA KINABALU, Oct 15 -- Development activities in sensitive areas, if left unchecked, may cause a marked increase in human-wildlife conflict, said elephant expert Dr Nurzhafarina Othman.

 
 

In time, Sabahans may not be subject to conditions to enter Sarawak


KOTA KINABALU, Oct 15 -- Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg said, the time will come when Sabahans can enter Sarawak without being subjected to any conditions.

 
 

Sarawak proposes cooperation with Sabah to study establishment of airline


KOTA KINABALU, Oct 15  -- The Sarawak government intends to cooperate with the Sabah government to study the feasibility of establishing a mutually owned carrier in an effort to further enhance connectivity between the two states.

 
 

Body of tattooed man found tied to 12 bricks in Sungai Rajang


The body of a man with tattoos on both shoulders was found tied to a slab of bricks at a private jetty on the Sungai Rajang near Jalan Lanang late this afternoon.

 
 

Crime index in Sandakan drops


SANDAKAN, Oct 14  -- The Sandakan district police headquarters (IPD) has recorded a 3.98 per cent drop in its crime index, from January to September, compared to the corresponding period last year.

 
 

Sabah, Sarawak on the same page to strengthen economic and social development


KOTA KINABALU, Oct 14 --  The Sabah and Sarawak state governments have agreed to strengthen cooperation in terms of economic and social development for the benefit of the people in both states.

 
 

Social work profession act recognises social works in Malaysia, says UMS lecturer


The Social Work Profession Act, which will be tabled in the Dewan Rakyat in December, has given high recognition to social work in the country and the Department of Social Welfare (JKM) is expected to focus on the social worker scope of duty, said the head of Social Works Programme of Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) Faculty of Psychology and Education (FPP) Dr Peter Voo.

 
 

Sabah gets serious in protection of endemic fruit seedlings


The Sabah government is taking a serious view on attempts to  smuggle out its durian and endemic fruit seedlings, and will not hesitate to lay down the law on parties caught doing so, be it locals or foreign tourists. 

 
 

Sarawak to make pangolin a totally protected species


The pangolin, a unique and protected species among Bornean mammals in Sarawak, is to have its classification upgraded into the ‘totally protected’ category in the state.

 
 

Seize opportunities in biomass sector - Mohd Shafie


Palm oil industry players in Sabah have been urged to seize value-added opportunities in the biomass sector to boost Sabah’s industrialisation efforts.

 
 
 

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UPSR students get free food until December

 
     

Curfew in ESSZone extended to Dec 7

 
     

Throwing caution to the wind over cockles

 
     

12 packages of Pan Borneo Highway in Sabah to be completed by June 2022

 
     
 
     
 

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