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Pan Borneo highway project, indiscriminate dumping among factors for flash floods in Sabah, says Bung
KOTA KINABALU: The ongoing construction of the Pan Borneo Highway and lack of awareness among locals on trash dumping has contributed to the worsening flash floods in many parts of Sabah, says Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin.
Their influence on their congregants can play an important role in public health programmes.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian investors trod carefully on Wednesday (Sept 22) but nerves appeared to be settled by news that troubled Chinese property giant Evergrande had agreed on a plan to repay interest on one of its key bonds, for now avoiding a default that many fear could hammer the domestic and global economy.
SYDNEY (Reuters) -Police fanned out across the centre of Australia's second-largest city of Melbourne on Wednesday in a bid to keep a lid on a third day of protests over COVID-19 lockdown curbs, as the state of Victoria recorded another rise in infections.
PETALING JAYA: Although he was born an Englishman, the late Ken Worden (pic) was a Malaysian at heart.
(Reuters) - Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman defended his team's style of play in Monday's 1-1 LaLiga draw with Granada, saying his depleted side did not have the players who could execute their trademark tiki-taka passing game.
This single mother to two children started a home-made food paste business to make cooking easier for women like herself who were always too busy working and looking after their children to cook.
The pandemic is by far the main cause of anger but a divorce-themed smash-up room – painted pink with a suit and wedding dress hanging on the wall – also proves popular.