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January 19, 2019
TAWAU: Minister of Health and People’s Wellbeing Datuk Stephen Wong Thien Fatt said the RM10 million reconstruction of the Air Panas Old Folks’ Home here is being implemented and it is expected to be completed by 2020.
January 18, 2019
TAWAU: A teenage local boat skipper and his crew were arrested for allegedly ferrying nine illegal immigrants in Tawau Port waters at about 3pm on Wednesday.
January 17, 2019
TAWAU: Marine Policenabbed three foreign fishermen aged between 18 and 35, after they were found operating a trawler inprohibited area near Sungai Laba waters at about 9am, Monday.
January 14, 2019
TAWAU: The Tawau Municipal Council (MPT) has been urged to re-study its earlier decision on relocating the Takada Sunday Market from Takada Pertama Commercial Centre to Jalan Habib Sheikh Sabindo, here.
January 13, 2019
TAWAU: The Federal Government has approved an allocation of RM103 million for the rebuilding and upgrading works as well as construction of new building of six fire and rescue stations in Sabah this year.
January 12, 2019
TAWAU: Business Merchants at the Sabindo area are opposing the relocation of the Takada Sunday Market from Takada Pertama Commercial Center to Habib Sheikh street, Sabindo.
January 12, 2019
TAWAU: Indonesian citizen in the district, Kunak, Semporna, Lahad Datu and surrounding areas were reminded not to be deceived by the amnesty and whitening programmes as well as registration of illegal immigrants Card for a RM800 fee.
January 12, 2019
TAWAU: A syndicate that aimed to register undocumented foreign workers to work in Sabah with help of locals was thwarted with the arrest of nine suspects, including five women, during a raid on a premises at Sabindo Square, Jalan Dunlop, here, on Wednesday.
January 11, 2019
TAWAU: Chinese primary schools in the State are worried the number of school cleaners will be reduced once their contract expires in March.
January 06, 2019
Tawau: The Republic of Indonesia consulate in Tawau is concerned about the fate of three Indonesians who are still hostages of kidnappers from southern Philippines while working as fishermen in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) last year.
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