Double Six tragedy still remains a mystery

Tun Fuad's widow Toh Puan Rahimah Stephens at the Double Six Memorial monument in Kota Kinabalu on Wednesday.

Many are not convinced that all have been revealed about what caused the 1976 plane crash that killed a Sabah Chief Minister and 10 others. 

ON June 7, 1976, the principal of a boarding school in Melbourne woke up Faridah Stephens, 14, and her sister Fauziah, 17, early in the morning and called them down to her office.

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Opinion , Philip Golingai , One Man's Meat


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