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SANDAKAN: Malaysia’s ambassador to Thailand, Datuk Jojie Samuel, led a group of Bangkok-based foreign envoys to Sabah as part of efforts to draw tourists in conjunction with Visit Malaysia Year 2020.
KUALA LUMPUR: Life is full of adversity and struggle and having to face it all at a young age has helped build the resilience of Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and made him what he is today – a statesman with strong willpower to face any challenge and a leader who is respected by the people at home and abroad.
TAIPING: The Old Students Alumni of Sekolah Kebangsaan King Edward VII (1) has called on the Education Ministry to repair the school’s original building in Jalan Stesen here.
Whenever Allied planes bombed Sandakan town as part of its campaign to liberate Borneo, Daniel Chin Tung Foh’s grandfather would rush the whole family into a bomb shelter behind their house.
PETALING JAYA: Is it possible to gazette a plantation area as a forest reserve?
The nation's journey from past to present is recorded not just by the historical events that took place. It is also reflected in many iconic buildings, structures and locations throughout the country. Move the slider in each photo to reveal the changes over time.
The Merdeka Bridge spanning across the Muda River is more than just another link connecting Penang to Kedah.
MANY may not have heard of Palam Estate in Kulim, Kedah. It used to be a rubber estate that provided employment for thousands of workers back in the 1950s.
School’s century-old beam left on roadside raises ire of alumni and conservationists.
Kadazan native Anthony Labangka was 10 years old when the Japanese Imperial Army invaded Borneo during World War II.