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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.

Sabah quake: Four Kinabalu strippers to be charged

KOTA KINABALU: Four westerners are to be charged in a Magistrate's court here for allegedly stripping and urinating on Mount Kinabalu.

Sabah quake: Number of victims revised to 18

KUNDASANG: The number of casualties on Mount Kinabalu following Friday's earthquake has been revised to 18, of whom 16 are confirmed dead while two remain missing and presumed dead.

Sabah quake: Telcos launch donation fund for victims

KUALA LUMPUR: The Communications and Multimedia Ministry has started a public fund to collect donations for Sabah earthquake victims.

Sabah quake: Sonia 'found the stairway to heaven', say parents

SINGAPORE: Rising above swirling mists and billowing clouds, Mount Kinabalu is regarded by Sabahans as a sacred place where the spirits of the dead rest on their way up to their creator in the sky.

Sabah quake: Weaker 4.5 quake hits Ranau

PETALING JAYA: A second earthquake with a magnitude of 4.5 occurred near Ranau district in Sabah Saturday afternoon.

Damage from Sabah quake costly

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah suffered nearly RM100mil in damage caused by the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake.

Sabah quake: Internet raises RM93k in 24 hours for late 'hero guide'

PETALING JAYA: In only 24 hours, more than RM93,000 in donations have poured in from all corners of the globe for Robbi Sapinggi, the "hero mountain guide" who lost his life protecting those under his care during the recent Sabah earthquake.

Second big Sabah quake in near future unlikely

PETALING JAYA: The chances of a another strong earthquake happening in Sabah in the near future is low, says Universiti Malaysia Sabah geology professor Dr Felix Tongkul.

Sabah quake: I'm closely monitoring situation from Saudi Arabia, says Najib

PETALING JAYA: He may be in Saudi Arabia, but Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic) is monitoring search and rescue (SAR) efforts following the earthquake that struck Mount Kinabalu.