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Sabah guides to get cash

THE family of 12-year-old Rachel Ho, one of the faces of the Sabah quake tragedy, will be channelling all donations from her wake to Malaysian mountain guides who helped the staff and students after the disaster.


Hero guide does not want to go to Singapore alone

KOTA KINABALU: Mountain guide Mohd Rizuan Kauhinin, who shot to fame following the Mount Kinabalu earthquake, is hoping that his other guide friends could go along with him to Singapore.


Hundreds flee Mount Kinabalu floods

KOTA KINABALU: Tonnes of mud, boulders, rocks and debris flowed down Mount Kinabalu after three days of heavy rain, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people from their homes at the foothills of the mountain.


Sabah quake: 12 families leave houses at foothills of Mt Kinabalu

KOTA KINABALU: Twelve families living at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu have voluntarily moved out from their houses following the June 5 earthquake.


Sabah quake: New safer trail formed

KOTA KINABALU: The June 5 earthquake may have "given birth" to a new trail to reach the 4,095m Low’s Peak of Mount Kinabalu.


Rituals to ‘contact’ spirits begin

KOTA KINABALU: A series of indigenous rituals called monolibabau have begun at the foothills of Mount Kinabalu.


Nude stunt kicks up a storm

Some foreign tourists thought nothing of baring all on the revered Mount Kinabalu. Instead, it enraged Sabahans and fair section of other Malaysians.


No respite for Ranau residents

KOTA KINABALU: There seemed to be no respite for residents as strong aftershocks sent hundreds of people out of their homes in earthquake-hit Ranau.


Sabah quake: Armed forces on standby, says Hisham

KLUANG: The Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) has been on standby in Sabah for any upcoming aftershocks that may occur in Ranau, said Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.


Four nudists leave Sabah, cops hunting for remaining six

KOTA KINABALU: The four Mount Kinabalu nudists flew off from Sabah on a Malaysia Airlines flight at noon Saturday.