Friday, December 6, 2019

Flood Waters Recede In Kota Belud; Civil Defence Monitor Situation

By BORNEOTODAY REPORTERS KOTA BELUD: A woman and her three children are the only evacuees at the Dewan Tun Said community hall following floods that...

Sabah Rights Review! Will Teo’s Committee Suffer Same Fate As Pairin’s (RCI)

By THE BORNEOTODAY TEAM KOTA KINABALU - SAPP is weary of an invitation by Special Functions Minister Datuk Teo Chee Kang to attend a closed-door...

Mother Of All Scandals: 60 Percent Of Funds For Sabah Water Siphoned

KOTA KINABALU - There seemed to be an unprecedented scale of corruption involving the siphoning of federal allocations amounting to RM3.3bil for water projects...

Yusof Apdal Dismiss Crossover Rumours; He’s Staying With Umno

By BORNEOTODAY REPORTERS KOTA KINABALU: Yusof Apdal, the Lahad Datu Umno Assemblyman will not be ditching the Barisan Nasional component party, despite his six-day remand...

Thick Black Smoke From Tyre Fire At Kayu Madang Dump Seen Miles Away

KOTA KINABALU: Fire broke out at the Kayu Madang rubbish disposal centre after disused tyres were set on fire by unknown people. Thick black smoke...

Court Of Appeal’s Decision To Dismiss Musa Aman’s Suit Is Timely, Apt, Says Shafie...

KUALA LUMPUR: The Court of Appeal's decision to dismiss Tan Sri Musa Aman's appeal against the dismissal of his suit challenging the appointment of...

Typhoon Sarika Affects 4 AirAsia Flights To China Out Of Kota Kinabalu

KOTA KINABALU - At least four AirAsia international flights and 10 domestic ones are affected by Typhoon Sarika Sunday and Monday, and could face...

Focus On The Contents Of Speech; Anifah Has A Go At Nasty Malaysians

KOTA KINABALU: Foreign Minister, Dato’ Sri Anifah Haji Aman has chided Malaysians who poked fun at the delivery of the Deputy Prime Minister’s speech...

Berjaya Was Opposition Party When It Won ‘76 Elections To Form Govt

By BORNEOTODAY KOTA KINABALU: The war of words between Parti Warisan Sabah and Parti Bersatu Sabah on single party governance has gone up a notch...

‘Rakit’ Way Out For Kg Donggoi Folk Stranded For Days By Flood Waters

By BORNEOTODAY REPORTERS KOTA BELUD: Some 250 residents of Kampung Donggoi near here are said to have been cut off from the rest of the...

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