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Philippines tries to intercept bandits as more fishermen snatched off Sabah

MANILA (Reuters) - Masked gunmen kidnapped two Indonesian fishermen in waters off eastern Malaysia and military units were on alert to intercept them as they headed towards the southern Philippines, the army said on Sunday.

Nation

Possible culling for bull elephant that killed man in Tawau

KOTA KINABALU: The elephant that killed an Indonesian plantation worker in the east coast Tawau district may be culled, says Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga.

Nation

Jumbo that killed Indonesian worker may be culled

KOTA KINABALU: The elephant that killed an Indonesian plantation worker in the east coast Tawau district may be culled, said Sabah Wildlife Department director Augustine Tuuga.

Nation

Filipino gunmen grab fishermen from Sabah waters

KOTA KINABALU: Filipino cross border kidnappers hit for the ninth time this year – this time taking with them two more fishermen from Sabah waters near Lahad Datu.

Nation

Bersih insists that Dr M did not hijack rally

KUALA LUMPUR: Bersih 2.0 has dispelled talk that its rally had been “hijacked” by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who made a highly-anticipated appearance.

Community

Over 7,000 take part in Sarawak Regatta

KUCHING: The annual Sarawak Regatta, dating back 144 years, has always been one of the main attractions for the people throughout the state and this year is no different.

Nation

EC agrees to make changes to redelineation plans for Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: The Election Commission (EC) has agreed to make some amendments to the proposed redelineation exercise of Sabah’s electoral boundaries.

Community

An inspiring decade of books and more

ATTENTION all book lovers. The Popular Mega Bookfair will be back in Penang for the 10th time at the Straits Quay Convention Centre (SQCC) from Thursday to Dec 4.

Community

Fishermen jailed for having a dead Green Turtle

KOTA KINABALU: Four Indonesian fishermen were each jailed a year after they were caught with a dead Green Turtle in their net near a conservation area in Sabah’s east coast last August.

Business

Oil palm smallholders urged to adopt integrated farming

LAHAD DATU: The Ministry of Plantation Industries and Commodities has urged oil palm smallholders to engage in integrated plantation to include the cultivation of white and black pepper and cocoa.