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Sabah on Strong Growth Path
Sabah is expected to record a stronger gross domestic product (GDP) growth rate of between at least 5 and 5.5 percent as the world economy and commodity pr...
Sabah Set for New Tourist Influx Record
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah tourism sector is set to create a new record this year as the influx of tourists continue to soar, probably hitting the 3.7 millio...
Special Allocation Increased to RM115million
KOTA KINABALU: The State Government will further increase the special allocation by more than 100 percent from RM53 million this year to RM115 million next...
Rural Infrastructure to Reap Rewards From Budget 2018, Says Analyst
KUALA LUMPUR â€” Rural development will form a significant part of Malaysia's infrastructure sector next year following a slew of allocations in Budge...
Sarawak to Spend RM5.74 Billion for Development
KUCHING: The Sarawak State Government plans to spend RM5.74 billion, or about 70 percent of its 2018 state budget for development and RM2.481 billion, or 3...
Sabah and Sarawak Given Special Benefits in Budget 2018
Budget 2018 announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in the Dewan Rakyat last Friday (27 October) has given special benefits to the people of...
Budget Opens Up Tourism Opportunities
KOTA KINABALU: Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) president Datuk Tan Kok Liang is urging local tourism players to make full use of th...
Smart Mini Petrol Station to Be Constructed in Rural Areas Statewide
KUCHING: Rural folk who do not have easy access to Petronas or Shell stations will soon be able to purchase petroleum products at the same price and of the...
Sabah, Sarawak Given Focus With Over RM6.8 Billion Allocation
The development and well-being of rural folks in Sabah and Sarawak continue to be given attention by the Prime Minister with more than RM6.8 billion alloca...
Villagers Forced to Repair Road Using Own Money
The hilly stretch of Jalan Pulutan Torintidon, in Menggatal, will continue to be maintained by the Government's road concessionaire. It was learnt that ...
'High-Speed Rail for P'sula While Sabahans Suffer' Claim
Opposition Parti Warisan Sabah President Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said it is saddening to see the poor condition of the train service between the State Capi...
Rural Tourism Can Draw Big Money With Proper Marketing
The State's rural communities have been told to look into rural tourism as a getaway from big, polluted cities, as there is big ringgit to be made. The ...
City Hall to Open Rural Transformation Centre
Kota Kinabalu City Hall (City Hall) plan to open a Rural Transformation Center (RTC) in Grand Merdeka Mall for the public soon. Mayor Datuk Yeo Boon Hai...
RM130 Mln Road to Benefit 2,000 Kota Marudu Villagers
An allocation of RM130 million has been approved to build a new road over Sungai Magandai, in Kota Marudu, that would benefit some 2,000 villagers. The ...
Government Emphasises Balance in Development
The government is emphasising on balance in implementing development projects in both urban and rural areas, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad...
Talungan Village Most Desirable Spot for Tourists
More than 27,000 tourists have visited the village of Talungan here which is becoming increasingly famous for its river with crystal clear water and a magn...
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