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Lahad Datu a hotspot for seismic activity

RANAU: The Lahad Datu district is another possible hotspot for seismic activity, Malaysian Meteoro­logical Department director-general Datuk Che Gayah Ismail said.


First mountain search and rescue unit takes off

RANAU: Malaysia’s first mountain search and rescue unit has been set up at Mount Kinabalu with its first batch of 20 auxiliary firemen, all of whom are mountain guides.


Sabah quake: Funds needed to buy water tanks for Ranau folk

PETALING JAYA: The Centre for Strategic Engagement (Cense) is holding a fundraising drive to provide a long-term solution for victims of the Sabah earthquake and mudslides.


Father of seven, jobless and homeless after quake

RANAU: The thought of the possibility of losing his house at the time when he is jobless and in need of money is driving mountain guide Abdul Hasnin Kasim on the verge of a breakdown.


Sabah quake: Security forces urged to consider all suggestions for improvement

KOTA KINABALU: All suggestions should be taken into account to improve search and rescue operations following the June 5 earthquake.


Mild earthquake hits Sabah’s Ranau

KUALA LUMPUR: A weak earthquake measuring 3.0 on the Richter scale has hit Ranau, Sabah.


Survey to identify new Mt Kinabalu route

KUNDASANG: Sabah Parks will conduct a survey to identify a new route for Mt Kinabalu climbers following the collapse of the old route during the June 5 earthquake.


15 new quake monitoring systems to be installed in Sabah

KUNDASANG: The government has approved a RM14.5mil allocation to upgrade the earthquake monitoring system in Sabah.


Ranau finally gets water tankers, new purifying plant

KOTA KINABALU: Villagers in Ranau breathe a sigh of relief after a new water purification plant was installed and water tankers arrived.


Sacrificial rituals conducted at Mount Kinabalu to appease spirits

KUNDASANG: Sacrifices of buffaloes were made at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu Saturday as villagers living in its vicinity sought to “cool down” the spirits of the mountain, just two weeks after an earthquake killed 18 people there.