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Help mountain guides make ends meet

EAT your way to a good cause at Green Dot Stables in Centrepoint, Bandar Utama. The restaurant is organising a fundraising event this Sunday to help the Mount Kinabalu guides and porters affected by the Sabah quake.

Teachers go out of the way to help pupils

KOTA KINABALU: Pupils of SK Mesilau are not missing out on classes, thanks to dedi­cated teachers.

Sabah villages need urgent help in quake aftermath

PETALING JAYA: Villages at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu are in dire situation.

Sabah quake: Family devastated by destruction of new house

RANAU: A family's dream of moving into a new home in time for Hari Raya was crushed when the river bank it was being built on was completely eroded by strong mudflow and falling rocks in the aftermath of the June 5 Sabah earthquake here.

Sabah quake: Another weak earthquake hits Ranau

KUALA LUMPUR: A weak 4.0 magnitude earthquake hit Ranau, Sabah, early Friday.

Ranau facing acute water shortage

KOTA KINABALU: Already hit by mudslides following the June 5 earthquake near here, the Ranau district is now facing an acute water shortage.

Sabah quake: large-scale efforts underway to avert further disaster

KOTA KINABALU: Large-sale efforts are underway in Sabah in the aftermath of the June 5 earthquake here, with workers attempting to quell threats of landslips, flooding, mud floods and choked rivers occurring.

Sabah quake: I'm no hero, says mountain guide in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Mountain guide Mohd Rizuan Kauhinin woke up extra early at 6am on Tuesday, in anticipation of a reunion with the Singaporean boy he rescued after the earthquake on Mount Kinabalu.

Praise for rescue ops during Sabah earthquake

KUNDASANG: Malaysia’s search and rescue efforts on Mount Kinabalu following the June 5 earthquake have been praised by a number of countries, Home Minister Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said.

Hero guides meeting S'pore boy rescued at Mt Kinabalu

KOTA KINABALU: Mountain guide Mohd Rizuan Kauhinin is set to meet the injured Singaporean student whom he carried on his back down Mount Kinabalu after the June 5 earthquake.