Talk of coal-mining in Sabah draws objections across the board

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  • Sunday, 23 Sep 2018

KOTA KINABALU: Concerns over the Government's plans to reopen the possibility of coal mining in Sabah has drawn immediate objections across the board.

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and political parties from both sides of the divide have come out strongly to object any plans to allow coal mining in Sabah as fears grow that the coal-rich Maliau Basin, known as Sabah's Lost World, was a target.

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