Friday, January 18, 2019

Celebrating Diversity – 3rd ‘The Art of Nation Building’ Drawing Contest

By BORNEOTODAY KOTA KINABALU: The third ‘The Art of Nation Building’ drawing competition is back with this year’s theme “Celebrating Diversity”. TANB, which started in 2015,...

Facts Should Not Be Distorted; Look Forward Instead Of Squabbling

By NELSON W ANGANG COMMENT: The time has come again for us to celebrate the birth of our Nation some 54 years ago. Many say that...

North Kalimantan Holds Great Prospects For Sabah Businessmen

By THE BORNEOTODAY TEAM KOTA KINABALU: Faced with global economic uncertainties, it is important for Sabah to venture into new markets to expand its economy,...

Selamat Hari Malaysia 2017

 

NGO SEEDS warn against Exploitation of Race, Religion, Regionalism

KOTA KINABALU - The Society Empowerment and Economic Development of Sabah (SEEDS) has warned against the exploitation of the "3Rs" (race, religion and regionalism)...

Tourism Tax: Good Policy Turns ‘Bad’; Have Borneo Rights Been Eroded?

By DR ARNOLD PUYOK COMMENT: The spat between (federal) Minister of Tourism Nazri Aziz and his Sarawak counterpart Abdul Karim Hamzah is not about the...

Message Of Unity And Peace For All Malaysians Through TANB 2017

KOTA KINABALU: This may have been their first time taking part in a national-level art competition in conjunction with Malaysia Day but twins Tan...

Immense Opportunities At Proposed Serudong-Simanggaris Trade Zone

By BORNEOTODAY REPORTERS KOTA KINABALU: A free trade zone could be developed at the Sabah-Indonesia border that could only bring immense opportunities to both states,...

SEEDS Chinese New Year Charity Visit To The Deaf – ‘Sama-Sama Fatt Chai’

KOTA KINABALU – The Society Empowerment and Economic Development of Sabah (SEEDS), a Sabah-based NGO and think tank will be organising a charity visit...

South China Sea! Why M’sia Can Never Afford To Lose Sabah; And Vice Versa

Sabah's geopolitical location is important for Malaysia's security. Geopolitical expert and member of SEEDS, Dr Asri Salleh, explains how future conflicts could happen in...

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