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More seismic stations on Mt Kinabalu by year end

KOTA KINABALU: Five seismic stations will be installed on Mount Kinabalu by year end as part of a move to improve earthquake moni­toring activities in the state.

Memorial on mountain

KOTA KINABALU: Gone but never to be forgotten. A brass plaque, etched with names of the 18 who died when a magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Mount Kinabalu on June 5 last year, has been unveiled.

Brass plaque unveiled to remember Sabah quake victims

KOTA KINABALU: A brass plaque etched with the names of the 18 who died in one of Sabah’s worst natural disasters was unveiled exactly a year after the magnitude 6.1 earthquake on Mount Kinabalu.

Fewer Singaporeans visiting Malaysia

SINGAPORE: With the buzz around the falling value of the Malaysian ringgit last year, one would have expected more trips there by Singaporeans. The numbers, however, show otherwise.

Singaporean group caught in Mt Kinabalu quake commended

SINGAPORE: The group of pupils from Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS), who were on an overseas expedition to Mount Kinabalu in June when a quake struck, were awarded the TKP Braveheart Award in their school.

Sabah quake: Students presented 'Braveheart' award by school

SINGAPORE - The group of pupils from Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS), who were on an overseas expedition to Mount Kinabalu in June when a quake struck, were awarded the TKP Braveheart Award in their school on Thursday morning (Nov 19).

Mt Kinabalu guides honoured for heroic acts during Sabah quake

KOTA KINABALU: Four mountain guides killed in the June 5 Mount Kinabalu earthquake were ho­­noured along with over 100 other hero guides by Sabah Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin in conjunction with his 62nd birthday celebrations.

Sabah quake: Singaporean parents plan to fulfil kids' goal by reaching Mt Kinabalu summit

SINGAPORE: Three months after an earthquake struck Mount Kinabalu, injuring and killing pupils from Tanjong Katong Primary School, some of their parents are planning to go back to complete what their children set out to but could not do - reach the summit.

16 get Singapore awards for Sabah quake efforts

SINGAPORE: Two months after the ill-fated Tanjong Katong Primary School (TKPS) trip to Mount Kinabalu, 16 people have been awarded Commendation Medals for their efforts to guide pupils to safety when a quake hit the mountain.

RM122k raised for Sabah quake victim’s family

A TOTAL of S$43,573 (RM122,004) was collected through an online donation drive for the family of late Tanjong Katong Primary School teacher Mohammad Ghazi Mohamed who died in the June 5 Sabah earthquake.