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Damage from Sabah quake costly

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah suffered nearly RM100mil in damage caused by the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake.


Masidi: Relying on guides to bring down trekkers was safest option

KOTA KINABALU: Allowing mountain guides to bring down trapped trekkers on Mount Kinabalu after the June 5 earthquake was deemed the safest rescue option to be taken in the first 24 hours, said state minister Datuk Masidi Manjun.

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One month on, families try to move past quake

ON June 5, an earthquake shook Mount Kinabalu and sent rocks raining down on a group of climbers from Tanjong Katong Primary School who were on a school expedition. Ten families from Singapore lost loved ones, many just 12-year-olds, in the deadly disaster.


Sabah quake: Sonia 'found the stairway to heaven', say parents

SINGAPORE: Rising above swirling mists and billowing clouds, Mount Kinabalu is regarded by Sabahans as a sacred place where the spirits of the dead rest on their way up to their creator in the sky.


Sabah quake: DAP to go public on donations received

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah DAP will display the total amount of donations received via its Mount Kinabalu Earthquake Relief Fund soon.


After Sabah tragedy, students and teachers at Tanjong Katong Primary try to move on

SINGAPORE: Life is slowly returning to normal at Singapore’s Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS), less than a month after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake struck Sabah.


Group raises RM55,000 for Mount Kinabalu guides and porters

THE darkest times tend to bring out the best in people, and Malaysians have proven time and again that they will go the extra mile for their fellow countrymen.


It's fool's gold, says geologist of substance found in rivers post Sabah quake

KOTA KINABALU: All that glitters is not gold.


Rebuilding of Kundasang at snail’s pace

KOTA KINABALU: Uncertainty hangs over the Sabah highlands of Kundasang as Mount Kinabalu continues to rumble three weeks after the June 5 killer quake.


Mount Kinabalu closed three more weeks

KOTA KINABALU: Mount Kinabalu will remain closed for at least another three weeks as Sabah Parks begins repair work on sections of the mountain trail damaged during the June 5 earthquake.