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Tag: Kundasang

Former Kundasang state rep Mynoor dies

He used to serve as assistant minister when Parti Bersatu Rakyat Jelata Sabah (Berjaya) ruled Sabah from 1976 to 1985.

Warisan files election petitions to challenge GE14 results

The party is challenging the results in the parliamentary seats of Kimanis, Libaran, Keningau and Sipitang, and the state seats of Sungai Sibuga, Sook, Kundasang and Kiulu.

2015 quake brings silver lining for Sabah tourism

Homestay and campsite providers in Malangkap, Kota Belud, now welcome thousands of guests who come for the unique and clear view of the river and Mount Kinabalu.

Opposition gains traction but BN eyes win in Kundasang

Local assemblyman Joachim Gunsalam says he is confident that BN has delivered what was expected by the people.

Mt Kinabalu rockfall expected due to 2015 quake, says Masidi

State tourism and culture minister says the public should not be concerned as the mountain is still stabilising following the effects of a deadly earthquake that took place two years back.

Minor earthquakes in Sabah nothing to worry about, says expert

However, Universiti Malaysia Sabah geology professor maintains warning from 2015 that a big earthquake will hit Sabah's east coast soon.

Earthquake in Ranau, but no damage or casualties

National Disaster Control Centre says magnitude-3 earthquake occurred 11km west of Ranau, Sabah on Wednesday night.

Archived: Budak perempuan tertimbus dalam tanah runtuh

Usaha mencari sedang giat dijalankan di kawasan tanah runtuh seluas lebih seekar

‘New Malaysians’ also getting BR1M aid

A Sabah MP says people who are not qualified are benefiting from the BR1M programme.

Kundasang not neglected, only underdeveloped

Kundasang's BN rep admitted that his constituents did not have treated piped water suppy, despite years of voting BN to power.