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Kota Kinabalu: Graft investigators raided the house of Parti Warisan Sabah President Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal after he was discharged from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Saturday.
Kota Belud: The people in Sabah, particularly those living in flood-prone areas, must make continuous preparations to face any possibility of the floods occurring in the future.
Kota Kinabalu: A section of Mount Kinabalu collapsed Saturday afternoon due to continuous rain and strong winds, causing panic among the locals there.
Kota Kinabalu: Alert neighbours helped save lives in Penampang when a landslip hit several houses in Kg Kolam Damai, Minintod, Saturday morning.
Kota Kinabalu: The severe floods now being experienced in Kota Belud are not just due to bad weather as they are likely to also be linked to the devastating earthquake that hit nearby Ranau in June 2015, a geologist said.
Kota Kinabalu: Villagers in several low-lying areas hit by flash floods and landslides were allowed to return home Saturday as the weather started to improve.
Kunak: The cluster hospital concept has been suggested to be expanded to the rural district hospitals, especially in Keningau, said State Health Director Datuk Dr Christina Rundi.
Kota Kinabalu: Successful completion of the RM12.6 billion Pan Borneo Highway will depend on the availability of an expertise not many people know about.
Kota Kinabalu: A former principal, oil and gas company and higher learning institution were among nine who received awards for their efforts in preserving and improving Sabah's environment during the launch of State and City-level National Environment Day (HASN) 2017, here, Saturday.
Kota Kinabalu: Some 70 students of Kian Kok Middle School are temporarily sheltered at the Zara's Boutique Hotel in the wake of tropical storm Lan which ripped off a 30-meter zinc roof of the school on Wednesday.
Kota Kinabalu: The China Film Festival 2017, which began at the MBO Cineplex in Imago Shopping Mall on Friday, was very well received by the public.
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