Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Tourism Tax May Further Affect Hotel Occupancy Rate — Expert

KUALA LUMPUR: A tax expert has called for the tourism tax to be deferred, saying hotels are facing a low occupancy rate and the...

Efforts To Preserve Puntung’s Bloodline Dashed; No Egg Cells Recovered

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia’s hope for the artificial breeding of the Sumatran rhino was dashed as veterinarians failed to recover any eggs from the ovaries...

Remembering The Double Six Victims; Many Unanswered Questions

As the anniversary of the tragic plane crash approaches, family and friends ponder its impact on Sabah’s history By PHILIP GOLINGAI COMMENT: Five-year-old Iskandar Salleh was...

3 Sabah Schoolgirls A Living Memorial For Aussie POWs Who Died In S’kan

By STEVE MEACHAM / THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD SYDNEY: These three schoolgirls from remote villages in the tree-covered mountains of Sabah (described as wildest Borneo)...

Sabah, Sarawak Shipowners Wants In-Depth Study On Cabotage Exemption

KUCHING: Sarawak Sabah Shipowners Association (SSSA) has urged the state government to revisit the cabotage policy and conduct an in-depth study on the impact...

Parti Warisan Selar Tuduhan Shafie Apdal Ada Kaitan Militan Sulu

PETALING JAYA: Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) menyelar cubaan memburukkan nama baik Presidennya Shafie Apdal dengan mengaitkan beliau dengan komander militan Sulu yang menceroboh Lahad...

Priceworth Gets Green Light To Log ‘Controversial’ Sabah Forest Reserve

KUALA LUMPUR: Priceworth International Bhd’s wholly owned subsidiary Sinora Sdn Bhd will begin immediately to extract and remove commercial logs and/or merchantable timber from...

Tenaga In Power Purchase Dispute With PetGas-Yayasan Sabah JV

KUALA LUMPUR: The Sabah-based operations of Petronas Gas Bhd (PetGas) and Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) are seeking arbitration in a dispute related to their...

Japan To Give Patrol Planes To Malaysia For Watch Over South China Sea

TOKYO: Japan is looking to donate retired military patrol aircraft to Malaysia, letting that Southeast Asian country keep closer watch over the South China...

‘Islamik Kaamatan’ Organiser Says No Ill Intent After Social Media Furore

KOTA KINABALU: Criticised for linking Islam to a Kadazandusun cultural festival, the organiser of a controversial Kaamatan celebration here said Monday it had no...

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