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Strong earthquake strikes Sabah

KOTA KINABALU: Tremors shook Kota Kinabalu and other parts of Sabah’s west coast on Friday after a magnitude 5.9 earthquake hit near Ranau district.

Sabah quake: Fate of Mount Kinabalu climbers unknown

KOTA KINABALU: The fate of several climbers at the peak in Mount Kinabalu remains unknown as cracks and boulders were reported to have been dislodged following the 7.17am earthquake in Ranau.

Sabah quake: Helicopters to rescue Mt Kinabalu climbers

PETALING JAYA: Helicopters are being deployed to rescue climbers on Mount Kinabalu.

Sabah quake: Rescue operations for stranded climbers halted

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks is seeking to deploy helicopters to help evacuate about 100 stranded climbers and rangers at the summit plateau of Mount Kinabalu.

Sabah quake: Mount Kinabalu may be “angry” with nudists, say locals

PETALING JAYA: The 7.17am earthquake in Ranau may have been caused by aki (mountain protectors) angered over tourists who stripped and urinated at Mount Kinabalu.

Sabah quake: Five climbers on Mt Kinabalu feared dead

KOTA KINABALU: Fears are growing that there might have been casualties in the aftermath of the earthquake that hit Sabah on Friday.

Sabah quake: Donkey’s Ear Peak on Mount Kinabalu destroyed

KOTA KINABALU: The iconic Donkey's Ear Peak at Mount Kinabalu has been destroyed due to the tremors on Friday morning.

Sabah quake: Emergency holiday for Ranau, public urged to remain cautious

KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman has advised the public to remain alert and cautious following the earthquake in Ranau.

Sabah quake: Mindef sends helicopter to rescue stranded climbers

PETALING JAYA: An Armed Forces’ EC725 Eurocopter has been dispatched to Mount Kinabalu to provide aid for the stranded climbers, said Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.

Sabah quake: Doctor confirms at least one death on Mount Kinabalu

KUNDASANG: A Malaysian doctor, who managed to return to the Mount Kinabalu base camp, has confirmed that at least one person died and two others injured following the earthquake.