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Things go sour for strawberry farm

KUNDASANG: Kadazandusun far­­mer Jasumiah Jati is a pioneer in strawberry farming in the foothills of Mount Kinabalu.


Aftershocks bring tourism to a standstill

KOTA KINABALU: After the big shake, the thriving tourism business of Kundasang is now at a standstill.


Sabahans living in fear

KOTA KINABALU: Sabahans are forced to live in fear of more tremors as four aftershocks hit them in one day, sending ceilings and roofs crashing and employees scurrying out of their offices.


Ranau water supply set to return to normal

KOTA KINABALU: Water supply in Ranau is expected to return to normal after a section of Sungai Liwagu, near a water treatment plant intake, is cleared of debris.


Two schools damaged after 3.5-magnitude tremor

RANAU: Two schools here have been damaged following a 3.5-magnitude tremor that shook the interior district at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu.


Ranau rocked by four earthquakes Tuesday

PETALING JAYA: Ranau and its surrounding areas were hit by three more minor earthquakes Tuesday evening, bringing the total to four in a single day.


Weak quake in Ranau causes school library roof to collapse

KOTA KINABALU: Some 500 students at a secondary school in Ranau escaped unscathed when the ceiling of the school's library collapsed following a weak earthquake of magnitude 3.5 on Tuesday.


Water supply in Ranau expected to be back to normal by tomorrow

KOTA KINABALU: Water supply in Ranau district is expected to normalise by Wednesday as a section of Sungai Liwagu at the district’s water treatment plant intake point has been cleared of debris.


Water supply back in most of Ranau

KOTA KINABALU: Some 80% of water supply for the 100,000 users in Ranau has been restored following furious clearing at both the clogged water intake points.


Sacred Mount Kinabalu now scarred and has lost its ‘halo’

KOTA KINABALU: It is heartbreaking for those who have always marvelled at the sight of the imposing Mount Kinabalu.