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Khalid: Bridge project still under consideration

LABUAN: The Federal Government is still considering the proposed Labuan-Menumbok bridge.

Khalid (fifth from left) taking the Labuan-Menumbok ferry. — Bernama

Work on city’s flood mitigation projects progressing smoothly

MIRI: Nine flood mitigation projects in hotspots around the city are proceeding smoothly.

Khalid (fifth from left) taking the Labuan-Menumbok ferry. — Bernama

Azmin: 83 projects to repair dilapidated schools in Sabah yet to be completed

KOTA KINABALU: Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali has instructed the Economic Planning Unit and the Implementation Coordination Unit to prepare a Cabinet Paper on the upgrading of dilapidated schools in Sabah.

SK Unggun pupils Mohd Zul Iman Kholif, 9, (left) and Mohd Azril Sham, 9, at their new school building built using the IBS method. — Photos: Bernama

Forgotten men who laboured over oath stone

KENINGAU: John Rikimin Sukah believes that the history of the Keningau Oath Stone needs to be rewritten.

The Oath Stone was relocated from the Keningau District Secretariat Office. —Bernama

‘Corruption hindered growth of Sabah’

KOTA KINABALU: In his first visit to Sabah after becoming the seventh prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the state has the potential to grow fast if not hindered by corruption.

Dr Mahathir (sixth from left) posing with Mohd Shafie (fifth from left) and state Cabinet ministers. — Bernama

Spotlight on mental health issues

THE Rotary Club Greentown has planned a spate of activities to tackle issues related to mental health.

Dr Sumeeta (fourth from right) and Rotary Club Greentown committee members taking a photo with Hospital Bahagia Ulu Kinta director Dr Norhayati Nordin (fifth from left) at the campaign launch.

Volunteers clean up Kinta riverbank

SOME 500 students and staff from Quest International University Perak (QIUP) took the lead for World Cleanup Day 2018 and cleaned up the riverbank along Kinta River in Ipoh city.

Students cleaning up the areas along the Kinta riverbank during the World Cleanup Day 2018 programme.

Providing access to early education

FOR the past six years, Wah Dinah Bah Haron has not only been teaching preschoolers in her village, but the orang asli also provides hands-on training for new teachers.

Wah Dinah watching the children at the preschool as they colour their pictures. — Photos: RONNIE CHIN/The Star

Landed homeowners in Penang must separate their waste from Jan 1, or else

THE waste separation at source policy will now be extended to residential property owners in Penang and those who fail to do so will be slapped with a compound from next year onwards.

Filepic of a waste collection truck making its round in picking up separated recyclable waste from a residential area in SS20, Petaling Jaya.

Couple keen to continue life-saving deeds

RETIRED civil servant Quah Tze Leng, who has donated blood more than 25 times since 1985, hopes to continue the noble deed for as long as possible.

Lions Club members observing the blood donation process.

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