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Tamparuli Sabah - A place to visit

Tamparuli Sabah was known as an old town rich with cultural value and fascinating places. The town located in the middle of Tuaran District, 36KM from the main city of Kota Kinabalu, easy to be found and a lot of surprises waiting for the visitors. The visitor will be fascinated with The Extreme Para Gliding Sport, The legendary of “Bukit Perahu”, Hatob-hatob Waterfall, Hanging Bridge and The Old Suspension Bridge Made by the British in the early 50s, The one and only "The Upside House Of Borneo" and Chantek Borneo Gallery if you visit Tamparuli Sabah. ( Please read more inside this website). For local tourist who likes to travel outside Malaysia, you can e-mail to D7tours and Travel Co through For International tourist who wish to visit Sabah The Land Below The Wind, you can e-mail or call to our correspondent travel agency:

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Catholic Priest from Timogun Murut Christian Community

It was a proud day for the Timugon Murut Christian community when one of them was ordained Priest in a ceremony at St Anthony Church, here, Saturday.

Bishop Datuk Cornelius Pong conducted the ordination ceremony for Father Roney Peter Mailap, 31, the eldest son of farmers Walter Mailap Matthew and Christina Salia Runsin.

He received his early education at SK Kalang Kanar before completing his Form Six at SMK Tenom until 1999.

Before pursuing his study in Theology, he had worked in Small Holding Management Sdn Bhd for one year and in the hotel line for two years.

He was accepted as a Seminarian at the Catholic Diocesan Centre Kota Kinabalu for two years and later studied Theology at the St Peter's College, Kuching Sarawak for five years.

After eight years, his journey towards priesthood was nearly complete when he was made Deacon last year.

Also on hand at the ceremony was Assistant Minister to the Chief Minister Datuk Radin Malleh and wife Datin Angeline Tom, Datuk Ferdinand Kadoh Agundong and his wife Datuk John Angian and Datuk Jake Nointin as well as more than 2,000 Catholics.

Sabah Bersih 3.0

I was really tremendously shocked while watching TV3 news yesterday about the so-called Bersih 3.0 held in Kuala Lumpur recently. From the news, several people were injured during the gathering. The gathering was out of control and the participant were turning to outrages where public property were destroy. When I read about Bersih 3.0 held at Kota Kinbalu there were no bad thing happen and we are really glad that Sabahan were more open minded compare with Peninsularian Citizen. They were merely stupid or idiots where they like to do things without looking at the effect cause. As an opinion, we can do nice thing to fight bad thing... To read more story about Bersih 3.0 held in Sabah, continue read below article from Daily Express Sabah Newspaper.    

Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib thanked the people of Sabah, especially those who took part in Saturday's Bersih 3.0, rally for adhering to the laws during their sit-in. "They have been co-operative and complied with the law throughout the sit-in which went without untoward incident unlike the ugly scene reported in Kuala Lumpur," he told a media conference at the Karamunsing Police Station here, Sunday.

He said prior to Bersih 3.0, its organisers had approached the police to raise their intentions of holding the peaceful rally at the Padang Merdeka which is under the jurisdiction of the City Hall. "We gave them an alternative option of holding the peaceful rally at the Putatan Stadium. "In fact, we even offered to facilitate the traffic flow in order for them to have the peaceful rally at the Putatan Stadium," he said.

"Instead, they decided to show up at the Safe City Programme organised by City Hall in collaboration with the law enforcement bodies at the Padang Merdeka on Saturday," he said, adding that more than 500 people took part in the Sabah Bersih 3.0.

He said Bersih 3.0 was also held in Tawau comprising 60 PAS members and 80 DAP members. But unlike in the Kota Kinabalu, the protestors only stayed at one venue. Hamza said that police would not stop any organiser from holding a peaceful rally but they have to strictly comply with the law under the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012, which was passed on April 23. "Among the regulations are to inform police 10 days in advance of their intention," he said.

On April 28, the protestors started gathering at the Chong Thien Vun Park next to the Kota Kinabalu High Court at about 1.30pm before proceeding to Padang Merdeka where the Safe City Programme was being held.

They were stopped by law enforcement personnel before they could reach the grandstand. However, they did not taunt or go against the law. Instead, the Bersih members obliged and many opted to stood by while others staged a sit-in protest close to the field. The protestors dispersed at about 4.30pm.

Harry George

A bad luck for mykad owner...

A local man, Francis Sopoyut, has had enough with the red tape faced by him in getting his MyKad.

The problem of the 48-year-old man from Kampung Napitas, Tenghilan started when he wanted to change his old blue IC to the high quality IC about 10 years ago.

He was told then that the National Registration Department could not process his application because one of his fingerprints did not match the one in his blue IC.

He was asked to lodge a police report that he had lost his IC. He complied because he wanted to get his new IC quickly.

But, until now, nothing has happened.

"I have all the documents but still they could not process it because of my fingerprint," he said, adding that it had caused him a lot of problems, including opening bank accounts and managing his children's schooling.

"I have been waiting for so long and I am now at a loss, I don't know what to do anymore," he said.

Kiulu Adventure Challenge registration April 21

The Ruhiang-Kiulu Adventure Challenge 2012 registration which is supposed to be held today (Feb 18) will be postponed to April 21.

Organising spokesperson of the event, Steve J Mositun said the event jointly organised by Casero Events and Tamparuli District Office, has to be postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

He said apart from the registration on April 21, participants would also be briefed on the race, rules and regulations and safety aspects, among others.

The actual race will be held on April 22, he said, adding that Assistant Youth and Sports Minister, Datuk Jahid Jahim and Sabah Sports Board Chairman, Datuk Louis Rampas would be patron and advisors of the event.

More than 100 people took part in the event last year, with former radio deejay, DJ Othoe as the guest emcee, he pointed out.

"This challenge consist multi discipline tasks such as running, mountain biking, river crossing, traditional games at the check points which includess sling shooting, walking on coconut shells (teropok kelapa) and merampanau (walking on the bamboo stick)," Steve said.

"Apart from that, participants can race along the hillside while enjoying the beautiful scenery from the Ruhiang hill, where people would be able to view the whole Tamparuli town," he said.

Bikers who have just ventured into this sport can also join in the 'nature category', which is also a race on tougher routes.

"This is mountain biking and it aims to get more youths involved in healthy living.

"It is also to help promote Tamparuli/Kiulu town for its nature and beauty," Steve added.

Those interested can contact Steve or Reinggo at 016-8171957 or 014-3067319.

My Life My Story: United We Stand, Divided we fall.

“United we stand; divided we fall.” That was the message which Chief Minister Musa Aman drove home to more than 1,000 leaders and members of eight Barisan Nasional coalition parties in Sabah on April 26. Musa knows what he is up against in a general election that could be as early as late May or mid June. But he is undaunted. “We want an even bigger victory this time,” he said as he launched the BN election task force at the Umno building in Kota Kinabalu.

Prime Minister Najib Razak does not have to call an election until March next year. But he has hinted that he would call one very soon. With 25 out of 222 parliamentary seats, Sabah has been a BN bastion of political power. In the 2008 election when the BN lost its two-thirds majority for the first time in 39 years, Sabah under Musa delivered 24 seats. It lost one to the national opposition Democratic Action Party (DAP) but lost two more when the Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) left the BN in September 2008.

In the state assembly, the BN also lost only one seat to the DAP. But SAPP took two with it when it left the coalition.

Go to the people, Musa tells BN leaders and members.

Musa said the BN would face a bigger electoral challenge from a vociferous opposition that would stop at nothing to win power. But he is confident of a resounding victory. The key is effective teamwork from the eight member parties: the dominant United Malays National Organisation (Umno), Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS), United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko), Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah (PBRS), Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), Gerakan, Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) and the Malaysian Indian Congress (MIC).

He is mobilizing his task force in seven geographical areas that cover the 25 parliamentary constituencies. Party leaders and members will go to the people to explain what his government has been doing for them, how they have benefitted from the government socio-economic programmes and what is in store for them in the future.

This year, Sabah is spending a record 4 billion ringgit ($1.3 billion) on socio-economic development.

Musa is not resting on his laurels, but he will let his government track record speaks for him. Ambrin Buang, Malaysia’s no-nonsense auditor-general, has all praise for Sabah’s sterling financial management for 11 straight years. Sabah is cash-rich and has reserves of more than 3 billion ringgit. It is a good paymaster; debts are paid on time. The Ratings Agency of Malaysia (RAM) has given Sabah’s finances a triple-A.

Musa said BN leaders and members must explain this to the people and what the government has done for them so that they would not fall prey to opposition propaganda. – Insight Sabah

Don't spent to much on politic.

Teachers in Sabah have been cautioned against making any political statement that contradicts their position as a civil servant and steers them away from discharging duties entrusted to them.

State Education Director, Datuk Dr Muhiddin Yusin said he had personally received complaints that some teachers were involved in political activities and attacking the policy of the government in view of the looming general elections.

The complaints received were verbal and there might be some truth in it, he said, adding that there were also teachers who were posting political statements on Facebook or blogs, which could be misinterpreted by the people.

"I want these teachers to stop it because it is only disturbing them from carrying out their duty, that is to teach school children É it is unbecoming," he said when met after opening the Sabah Secondary School Principals 36th Conference at Promenade Hotel here Wednesday.

Earlier in his speech, Dr Muhiddin advised principals to look after the teachers under their care who might be "doing things outside their work scope."

Furthermore, he said it is clearly spelt out in the Chapter D of the General Order that public service personnel including teachers are not allowed to take part in politics unless with written permission from the Director-General of the Public Service Department or respective Ministry.

As the head of the department, he said he had to take action against those found breaching the order.

"Either during work or not they are not allowed to do so," he said to a question. Dr Muhiddin reminded the teachers that they were making statements based on their opinion and it might be different from others, which in the end would only create confusion among the public.

"At the same time the public may also start to question us because we are a public service personnel but we are criticising the government left and right," he said, adding that it would be worse if the statements were inclined towards any of the political parties. "It is not necessary to get involved in politics because the duty of a teacher is to teach É just teach the students," he said.

To a question, he said teachers should also avoid participating in rallies such as those planned by Bersih. "They will only be making it difficult for themselves if they get into trouble while participating in the gathering," said Dr Muhiddin.

On the issue of a primary school's teachers starting lesson only at 9am as mentioned by him in his speech, he said it was due to the teachers living far away from the school. He had stumbled upon the situation when he made an unannounced visit to a primary school while traveling back from Tawau to the State Capital recently. He said such situation was not serious in Sabah as it was only happening in isolated places, particularly in remote areas.

On the many challenges faced by principals in Sabah as voiced out by the Sabah Secondary School Principal Association President, Liasin Kaloh, Dr Muhiddin said it had already been noted and most of it required decisions from the Education Ministry.= "So we have forwarded the requests to the Ministry and we are now waiting for it," he said, adding that he was confident that it would be given due attention by the Ministry.

In his welcoming remarks, Liaisin said among the challenges faced by school principals in Sabah was in getting funds for minor repairs since now, even if one of the school's toilet doors fell out, they had to think hard to look for the funds to repair it. He hoped the Ministry would be able to provide petty cash to allow schools to do minor repairs urgently.

Another challenge, he said was the delivery system of the Education Ministry, particularly in the implementation of new programmes, as Sabah was always the last to get these.

Liasin said the other challenge for them was the issue of experienced teachers who have been teaching in a particular school for more than five years but who are suddenly transferred and replaced by freshly graduated teachers.

He said they were banking on these experienced teachers for a successful implementation of their school education plan.

Asked to comment on this, Dr Muhiddin said it was unintentional because at a certain point of time the teachers have to be transferred.

However, the Department and Ministry were continuously trying to find solutions particularly in getting more teachers, he said, agreeing that the situation may have something to do with Sabah's lukewarm performance in public examinations. A total of 218 principals and representatives including from Labuan took part in the three-day conference from Monday.

Five Lunatic Man Ever live

Jim Jones
Jim Jones, founder of the People's Temple led to the mass public suicides events in Guyana, South America on 18 November 1978. 909 died in Jonestown. David Coresh, Davidion Branch chief. The Waco Events, Texas on 19 April 1993 led to the death of 84 people including 28 children. It is a  sad tragic moment.

Shoko Asahara, the madness of Japan, the founder of Aum Shinrikyo, Sarin gas attack at the subway station Japan in March 1995 resulting in 13 dead and hundreds injured. Baling Memali incident in Kedah, in November 1995 caused 14 followers of Ibrahim Libya killed while four policemen were also killed. Jim Jones, David Coresh, Shoko Asahara, the Fake Prophet Petrus and Ibrahim Libya.

The above mentioned individuals were people who deemed insane and less sense of humanity. They want to be leader of the reverse beliefs and not hesitate to kill in case of attempting by the authority to restrict their activities.

Jim Jones would be remembered for ordering almost 1,000 of his followers to drink poison in the forest inverse of Guyana, South America, making the most famous suicides in the world. Jim Jones also ordered the murder of a U.S. senator and a journalist who visited him, shortly before the suicide event happent. Subsequent events that shook the world, no longer teaching the inverse Jim Jones, who pleaded that he was God. David Coresh and his followers were surrounded by U.S. authorities wanted to arrest him because practicing illogical doctrine, namely like polygamy that can marry and married with children.

Shoko Ashara was frightening the people of Japan in 1995 for attempting for murdering passengers on the Japanese subway where the Sarin nerve gas he created by his own. Many were injured and dead. Japanese railways that being used by hundreds of thousands of users per day. Luckily, the crazy man Asahara and his heresy Aum caught which lead his organization break away. What if we give the poison gas to Asahara? Look what he said, good or not?

In Malaysia the inverse heresy also happen in Kedah and Sabah. In Memali, Kedah, Ibrahim Libya and his followers attacked police with homemade bombs, machetes and other weapons was a tragic moment Malaysian. Eventually all the followers of Ibrahim Ibrahim Libya lay dead, including him and two policemen were reported killed.

In the Beluran Sabah, Malaysia had also shocked the heresy of a man descended to Timor Race in  Indonesia called himself as the Prophet Petrus. The real name of the man who called himself the Prophet is Ratu Peter Dore, nothing to do with the second runner-up of Akademi Fantasia season 3, Felix Agus Dore. Estates and houses belong to the Fake Prophet and his followers in the Beluran, Sabah raided by police in 1995 and fortunately no one was injured. Fake Prophet Peter and his wife and many of his followers were arrested.

Among the teachings from the Fake Prophet Peter called Resurrection will take place in October 1995 due to the eclipse of the sun. Eclipse does occur in Sabah, particularly in Matunggong Kudat in October 1995, but not form the teachings of the Fake Prophet Peter, but by the power of God. Fake Prophet Peter and his followers also wore strange clothes of white panties on their head when they were caught, respectively.

Posted and Edited By: Harry George
Adapted From: Bebek Godomon article at

Tamparuli Sabah Malaysia

Welcome to Tamparuli Sabah Malaysia. Tamparuli Sabah Malaysia was famous with the old bridge made by the British Administration after World War 2 and the world famous song of ' Jambajtan Tamparuli" wrote by John Gaish and Sang by Justin Lusah in the 70s. Nice people with good view from the top of Ruhiang Hill where the famous Paragliding Activity conducted during May till July 2012. There is more to see when you visit Tamparuli Town soon. Happy Weekend and All the best.

Harry George

Ronan Keating Ambassador for Giant Clam

Former Boy Zone superstar Ronan Keating is considering becoming a "Global Ambassador for giant clams. Sting has the rainforest, maybe I have the giant clams," Ronan quipped at a press conference at the Marine Ecology Research Centre (MERC), Gayana Eco Resort.

"It all made sense because really we didn't know the clams were becoming extinct. We don't know that. That message is not spread back home (UK)" noted Ronan, here to mark a climatic end to the month-long Marine Awareness Month with two shows Saturday night and Sunday lunch time at Bunga Raya Resort and Spa. A centre-piece of MERC's awareness month was the release of 500 three-year-old artificially spawned and propagated baby giant clams into a sea nursery and replant 1,000 pieces of corals. The baby giant clams include all seven species of giant clams found in Malaysian waters, including the biggest and considered locally extinct species - the Tridacna gigas and the somewhat smaller T. serasa.

"It is fantastic to see it here first time what these guys are doing and the work that they are doing," Ronan commended, on the only project of its kind in Malaysia. "It is fascinating ÉI will bring the message back to Ireland, England and Europe," Ronan said. Ronan did not say if the focus of his next global hit song would be about giant clams but confided that he was actually flooded with offers to do different things . He said Sabah caught his attention as a logical sequence to a film shot in Australia entitled "Goddess" where he played the role of a marine biologist.

"Since I played the role of a marine biologist, I studied a lot about the sea to try to really involve myself in the role. "I guess I was interested when I heard what it (giant clam propagation project) was and I wanted to understand more." "So, it is nice to be asked to do this and be involved," he said. "Besides, I am a fan of Asia, I love being in Asia. I love coming to Asia. I do a lot of work in Asia and when I heard this, I said that's something I like to learn more about and help. So I am here." "I have done some stuff in the North Pole regarding the seas and the melting of the ice caps," Ronan said.

"I guess when you are in a situation like mine that you are internationally looked upon as successful and you have a voice, and I don't mean voice as singer as a celebrity to spread the word, to create  awareness, you have a responsibility to use that voice, stand up and be heard because there are so many out there who can't be heard and they need to be," Ronan added. Cancer research is one of the charities he has put a lot of his time and energy into around the world, he said. But cancer charity wasn't just talk or sing on stage, it was a real show of grit where he swam 56 miles in 35 hours across the Irish Sea last September.

"That was incredible, it was daunting, it was frightening swimming in the night across the Irish Sea. The largest shark in the world lives in the Irish Sea. It was an incredible task but we did it for cancer research," said Ronan who is "really excited" about snorkling around the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park. Meanwhile, Gillian Tan, owner of Gayana Eco Resort, said the first Marine Awareness Month will not be the last, neither the concert from a superstar like Ronan. "There is a lot of stress yes but it is definitely something great when you have others like Ronan getting involved - we love it and we all look to doing it over and over again," Gillian said.

On the reason behind the Marine Awareness Month, aquatic biologist Alvin Wong who is also the Director of MERC, said: "We realised the awareness level is not there. There are still a lot of people fishing in an unsustainable manner, there are still people buying bombed fish which are not supposed to be sold in first place. "So this whole month campaign is meant to tell people that all's not well and that that everyone has a role to play, we all have a responsibility to play to save species slipping into extinction," Wong said.

Sources: Daily Express

74-yr-old fights off croc with rotan

A 74-year-old woman was hurt when a crocodile attacked her while she was crossing a small bridge over a one-metre drain at the Sondikut padi field, near Parit Jepun at Tempasuk Dua, near here.

Relating her ordeal, Luayoh Kindurus said she was about to take her first step over the bridge when the crocodile suddenly emerged from the water and bit her leg during the 5pm incident.

There was nobody around and she fought for her life by hitting the reptile on the head with her cane.

"Suddenly it let go, maybe my walking stick hit its eyes," she said.

At that time, Luayoh said she did not feel any pain and washed her blood soaked feet with water from the drainage before heading home where her family immediately sent her to the district hospital.

Her family contacted the Wildlife Department because there have been many sightings of crocodiles in the area.

Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Daily Express

Lodge police report if loan interest is excessive

Those cheated by licensed money-lending companies into paying up to 30 per cent monthly interest should lodge a police report, said Finance Deputy Minister Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin.

"The guideline set by the Government is that such companies should impose an interest of not more than 18 per cent," he told reporters after presenting the 1Malaysia People's Assistance (BR1M) to 660 farmers and fishermen from Jajahan Bachok in Kampung Pauh Sembilan, here, Saturday.

He was asked to comment on a press report Saturday which reported, among others, that some licensed moneylenders were cheating consumers by imposing an interest rate of between six and 30 per cent a month.

The report also cited companies keeping the borrowers' automated teller machine cards until full settlement of the loan.

Awang Adek noted however, that such fraud would not occur if the public were not easily influenced by the sweet promises and readily available loans offered by companies.- Bernama

PBS: To Maintain Political Stability In Sabah.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's pronouncement that he and Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman are working closely to develop the State has put to rest propaganda that there were differences between the two top leaders. Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) Information Chief Datuk Johnny Mositun, in welcoming the statement, said those who harboured hope of seeing the leadership split should now reconcile and join forces in fostering greater unity in developing the State and nation for the benefit of the people.

"It is important to maintain political stability in Sabah for us to forge ahead, reaping more project funding to enhance infrastructure development that entail transformation in the State's social and economic landscape," he said.

He said the people were just beginning to experience profound changes introduced by the Federal Government under the leadership of Najib through the many innovations such as Government Transformation Programme (GTP) in the public services, Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) in partnership with private sector and Political Transformation Programme (PTP) in reviewing the critical laws and regulations in conjunction with norms of time and statutory protection of citizen rights.

"We applaud the resolve taken for the first time and under the present Federal Government that areas and objectivity of transformation under these programmes are quantitatively and qualitatively determined - tagged as the National Key Result Areas (NKRA) for GTP and National Key Economic Areas (NKEA) for the ETP," he said. He said public and ministerial implementers were now put on their toes because all issues and matters for development are strategically monitored on timeline basis and evaluation on achievement and performance to the NKRA and NKEA are reflected through the Key Performance Indicators (KPI).

Mositun, who is also a Deputy Speaker, said the Political Transformation Programme had also seen review and enhancement of Acts of Parliament. He added that the activation of Select Committees to look into electoral reform, matters related to Illegal Immigrants in Sabah and the Lynas controversy was evident of the Government's readiness to listen and act.

"Since the BN government has clear vision with a specific agenda and road map to bring development to its people in order to achieve a high income Malaysia and is embarking on a journey to realise this aspiration under the initiatives, it is incumbent, therefore, that the people of Sabah stay united and be confident with the Federal leadership of Najib and State leadership of Musa for a better Malaysia," he said. In addition, he said PBS under the stewardship of Huguan Siou Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan would always stand by its founding objective, namely, to ensure that Sabah remains the State where Chinese, Kadazandusun, the Muslim and other minority communities live under the security of social justice, prosperity and fair distribution of jobs, economy and business opportunities. "Sabah cannot afford to go through another drastic political change and the political past should be enough a lesson learnt," he said.

Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Google Image

Earth Day 2012


Happy Earth Day to all Sabahan and Malaysian. For the Tamparulian let us take care our Earth and keep it away from any polluted activity. Make our Tuaran river clean and reserve it as our present for the younger generation. Keep our Earth clean and healthy for the living thing. What we have today, should be inherited for our next generation. Let our next generation enjoy the healthily environment with fresh river water, clean air and majestically view of our green forest. God Bless Tamparuli!!!!! Happy weekend.

Harry George
Picture: Google Image.

Tour of Borneo

A total of 120 cyclists comprising 20 teams including a Sabah team have confirmed to compete in Sabah's first international cycling road race, the Tour of Borneo 2012 to commence from April 27 to May 1. Tour of Borneo (ToB) organising chairman, Dato' Fredie Sua said the inaugural race in Sabah will feature cyclists from Malaysia and more than 10 countries are participating in the race.

He said a total of six professional teams from Malaysia are participating while the remaining teams come from continental, national and club teams from all over Asia, Europe, United States of America, New Zealand, Australia, Kazakhstan, Iran, Uzbekistan, Indonesia, Philippine, and Brunei Darussalam, among others, and will be accompanied by over 520 race officials. The championship is rated 2.2 by the International Cycling Union (UCI) and listed on UCI's Asian Tour calendar.

Fredie said this international race has fulfilled all vital requirements and it is at par with the 'Jelajah Malaysia' Cycling and the annual Le Tour De Langkawi. "The Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman will do the flag-off on April 27 to begin the race at Semporna.

And the Head of State Tun Juhar Mahiruddin together with the race's Honorary Patron, former Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad will grace the closing ceremony to receive the final winner here on May 1. "ToB is a five-stage race that covers a total distance of 758.4 kilometres starting at Semporna and passing through picturesque locations of Tawau, Lahad Datu, Sandakan, Sepilok, Kundasang and ends in the State Capital here," he said.

Fredie said this to reporters after paying a courtesy call to the Head of State Tun Juhar Mahirudin at the Istana Negeri here on Wednesday. He also presented a special invitation to the Head of State to grace the closing ceremony of the event with Dr. Mahathir early next month. Juhar also witnessed a handing over of a mock cheque of RM100,000 from a Sarawak-based company, Sutranah Development Sdn Bhd Chairman Datuk Lau Chen Kiong to Fredie as the ToB's organiser.

Fredie said the race will introduce a new challenge featuring the most gruelling and longest ride from Sepilok to Kundasang for a total distance of 215km for the fourth stage. "Basically the Le Tour De Langkawi has featured its longest challenge of 190km, so far, and the highest peak was going up the Genting Highlands in Kuala Lumpur.

"Our ToB 2012 race includes a tough challenge from Sepilok in Sandakan to Kundasang, Ranau where most of the road condition is going uphill to the foot of Mount Kinabalu. This is the new challenge that we are introducing to the riders in this edition," he said. On cash prizes, Fredie said the ToB offers total prizes of RM110,000 for the five-stage race with cash prizes to riders who place number 1 to 20th placing.

Apart from the cash prizes, a winner will be declared in each stage and the stage champion will be given a colour jersey to be worn. He cited the champion will be given the Sabah State Government logo, a green jersey under Berjaya Group, and blue jersey under State Youth and Sport Ministry, among others.

He hopes this inaugural cycling race in Sabah will be part of the State's annual calendar for sport and tourism like the Borneo Marathon and International Climbathon. "We hope that this sport event will promote the State's tourism industry to the outside world and to let them know that Borneo has roads as well as capable of organising a challenging cycling competition at international level, here.

"Other objectives include to promote interest in cycling among the younger generations in Sabah and expose Malaysian riders to more international level of competition, thus contributing to the development of cycling in Malaysia." Earlier, the Head of State Tun Juhar Mahiruddin said he is very happy to be a part of the historical event as the race will bring great improvement in the development of cycling in the State. "I hope through ToB, the people especially fans of cycling in this country will able to feel the excitement of a cycling tour. And at the same time, highlighting the uniqueness of the rich culture and our friendly hospitality to the competitors and officials from overseas that will be here for the first time in Sabah," he said.

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2012 Tour of Borneo announced

Sabah Daily Express News

PBS remains force for justice – Mositun

Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) has never sidestepped the struggle to ensure welfare and rights of the Sabah people are protected as enshrined in the state and federal constitutions, said the party’s information chief Datuk Johnny Mositun.

The people of Sabah should not lose memory of what PBS under the leadership of Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan stood for and the spirit and reasons for the formation of PBS in 1985 has not faltered despite the party’s changing position in Barisan Nasional (BN) over its 28 years existence, he said. “The distorted picture painted against PBS over the lack of enthusiasm to champion the many issues the people are not happy with is not true at all,”    Mositun said when closing the PBS Inanam Election Machinery Seminar yesterday and was attended by 340 participants from 85 branches. Also present were PBS Inanam chief Datuk Johnny Goh, Youth Exco Vicor Lee, Wanita Exco Datin Evelyn Goh and organizing chairman Sabin Gantaliban.

Mositun said no right-minded Sabahans should ever be taken in by the emotionally charged make-believe tactic of the opposition operatives who are making their bids to mislead the people especially the youths who are being denied the benefits of understanding the historical chain of events that had led to the unresolved issues affecting our economy and security well being. Barisan Nasional (BN) per se was not the culprit behind all the issues that the opposition parties are now trying to attribute and plant into the minds of the people of Sabah, he stressed. “We cannot discount the belief that the culprits were actually individuals within BN who at one instance or another caused the ‘malpractices’ and ‘abuses’ to be imposed on to our Sabah society for the very reason to stay on to power.

“Some of the very people who sabotaged PBS’ efforts on the legacy issues are actually now on the other side of the political divide. Our younger generation should be informed that most of the loud crying opposition leaders don’t carry any credibility to champion the issues like injustices, illegal transient voters, disparities in civil service appointments and work contracts, and inefficient service delivery.”

The people must not forget that when they performed their democratic rights returning PBS to helm the State administration, in all aftermath instances, political obstacles and hindrances were employed to thwart swearing-in of the government, said Mositun who is also State Deputy Speaker. “Tan Sri Joseph Pairin had experienced tremendous hardship to get the Head of
State to swear him in as Chief Minister.

“Who were the people behind all these heinous acts? Who were the people responsible to buy time luring and hijacking PBS elected assemblymen? Who could have been responsible to register alleged ‘dubious voters’ during PBS rule purportedly the reason causing local voters being outnumbered in subsequent elections. “These are the very people leading their operatives in Sabah talking about the same old issues already being taken up by the State BN, and PBS is fighting hard with other component parties to seek solutions to them.

“We challenge our political adversaries especially those who have never supported our cause since 1984; and those who were with us but went against us since 1994 and even earlier to show how genuine and difference they are in realizing what we have been fighting for! “Sound bites and slogans alone cannot expedite the resolutions of the decade’s old problems in the State. The opposition parties are just capitalizing on the people’s emotion to make a fast track grasp of power for their own selfish purposes,” Mositun said.

PBS rejoined BN in 2002 was with the welfare of the Sabah people at heart, he said. “We did not want the opportunity to resolve the perennial and critical problems drift away. “We were convinced at that time the Federal Government needed PBS which represented the voice of the Sabah people at that time too, to stabilize the political situation in Sabah and the Nation as a whole. Of course our return did not go down well with certain quarters who were instrumental in ‘criminalizing’ the PBS leadership. “What happened after that has proven beyond doubt of PBS’s sincerity and innocence.

“We are seeing changes. Sabah is experiencing tremendous improvement in various areas under the National Transformation Drive initiated by the BN Federal government led by YAB Dato Seri Najib Tun Razak. “The Federal leadership is listening now to the cries and needs of Sabahans. With a more effective and efficient delivery mechanism governed by the requirement of NKR and KPI, abuses and mismanagement could be erased and the people will be able to receive the services and rightful benefits denied of them for so long. “We also express full support and commend the good leadership of Chief MinisterDatuk Seri Musa Aman.

“With the imminent crystallization of the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the illegal immigrants and dubious issuance of stay documents to these PTIs, the most critical issue worrying Sabahans all the while can be taken care of,” Mositun said. He said the people of Sabah and members of PBS are as strong as ever in the resolve to pursue the agenda enlisted by the BN government for the well-being of Sabah and the nation as a whole. “We should be wary of the calls for change of government which the opposition operatives had sounded. The slogan or war cry like sound bites ‘Ini kali lah’,‘Ubah!’ and ‘Siapa Lagi?’ are mere fantasies and ‘feel good’ consoling words. “There is no reason not to trust a party like PBS to safeguard the people’s interest having gone through all the trials and turbulence of 28 years. If not PBS under Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan, who else?”

Two Sulaman PBS leaders join PKR

Tuaran: Two Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders from Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) in Sulaman here resigned and joined Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) on Friday, claiming they were unhappy because their former party has veered from its original struggle.

PBS Sulaman division vice chief, Dominic Ombilod Onul, and its committee member, Ahling Kabaron, handed over their forms to Pakatan Rakyat (PR) de facto leader and PKR Adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim during a gathering held Dewan Keluarga Damit, Tenghilan, near here.

PKR Sabah Chief, Tamrin Jaini, and its Tuaran division chief, Haji Ansari Abdullah, were also present in the event which was attended by about 2,000 people.

Believing that the PR that has gained more support from multiracial citizens of this country would bring changes to the national political scenario, they both pledged to work hard to assist the opposition.

Prior to this, former private secretary to the Local Government and Housing Minister Mohd Fairuz Bandar, who was Umno Nulu Tuaran division chief, also resigned from his post and the party.

Daily Express

YES (Youth Excellence on Stage) Academy.

A chances for the Tamparulian and Tuarans to become a life time dancer and actor by entering the American Academy located here at Kota Kinabalu. Continue reading below article.....

Sabahan youths who aspire to become a professional dancer, actor or musician are invited to take part in a five-day free expert training and class sessions, courtesy of the America-based YES (Youth Excellence on Stage) Academy.

This opportunity of a lifetime, provided under the Kota Kinabalu programme called YES Hip Hop, KK, which is sponsored by the United States Embassy in Kuala Lumpur and Association of American Voices, is only open to 75 youths aged 15 and above from Sabah, Sarawak and Labuan.

Click here for more Information " Lifetime chance to become pro dancer or actor "  

Sources: Daily Express
Picture: Cibai

Crisis Center For Preventing Babies Dumping / Krisis Center untuk menghalang pembuangan bayi.

The State Government through the Ministry of Community Development and Consumer Affairs is in the midst of building the proposed Women Protection Home or Rumah Perlindungan Wanita (Rupawan) here to overcome the baby dumping problem. Its Minister, Datuk Hjh Azizah Mohd Dun, said Saturday, it is a State-funded project and the home is scheduled to be completed by July. However, its exact location is undisclosed for security reasons and in the interest of victims' protection. "Once the home is ready, it will be open to target groups throughout Sabah. We will take in women and girls aged 18 and above who face family problems and provide shelter to those in pregnancy crisis who do not get support or sympathy from their families.

"If it so happens, there is a place for them to go for refuge and rectify the damage done so that they can start anew. That is important," she said, after officiating at the Seminar on Growing Love, Million Hopes-Developing Happy Families at the Tun Ahmad Raffae Auditorium, Menara Tun Mustapha, here. The one-day seminar was organised by the Sabah Women's Advisory Council (MPWS) Education Committee with the co-operation of UiTM Sabah Branch and Yayasan Sabah. Azizah, who is Klias Assemblywoman, made it clear that shelter at the Women Protection Home is temporary during which the residents will undergo counselling sessions while their problems are resolved.

The Ministry would be appointing trained counsellors from the State Public Welfare Services Department to serve at the Home. "If necessary, we may also outsource for counsellors from the private sector." Asked about the need to have this women protection home in addition to the Women Crisis Centre (now occupying the former Princess Ann Children's Home in Likas), Azizah said: "That one (Women Crisis Centre) is for a different purpose. We cannot mix the women from different target groups together." The Minister said the question of the women protection home "encouraging" promiscuous behaviour among young people does not arise.

"We will not stop here. At the same time, we are working with NGOs, institutions of higher learning and the community at large to instil high moral values in the young so that they will refrain from getting involved in undesirable activities which they will regret one day." To another question that "red tape" might deter distressed girls from seeking refuge at the home, Azizah said: "No red tape, there is no such thing. There will be no red tape." In the meantime, she said, women and girls in crisis can seek the necessary assistance from the one-stop service centre for clients within the jurisdiction of the Sabah Women's Affairs Department (Jhewa) and housed on the ground floor of Wisma Wanita, here.

"We will find ways and means to help them," she assured. Having said this, the Minister is of the conviction that primary support for girls in crisis and their babies must come from the families concerned. "What the Government is going to provide is meant to be just an additional facility." For this reason, Azizah said emphasis was being given to programmes aimed at strengthening the family institution. "In fact, today's seminar, a collaborative effort by MPWS, UiTM Sabah Branch and Yayasan Sabah, is part of the effort in this direction as young people today will become future parents when they get married and raise their own families." Earlier, in her address, Azizah said the way unwanted babies are being disposed of by unwed mothers today was becoming extreme and senseless.

"Previously, people stumbled upon them (babies), whether dead or alive, in the garbage bin, drain and toilet, outside homes or the mosque, on the five footway or beach and under the tree. "Recently, a baby was thrown from the upper storey of a flat. In another case, the baby was left in a plastic bag that was tightly tied. "But what is more saddening is the incident where a student gave birth to a baby in school and then put the newborn inside her schoolbag."

The Minister added that those cases of baby abandoning and others that were left to die were the outcome of "rashness" on the part of the mother and father, most of whom were teenagers. "Such births were the result of illicit sex and promiscuity that are increasingly becoming a trend in our society." Azizah stressed that baby dumping was clear-cut proof that our society was plagued with the serious problem of moral decadence. Young people were reminded that baby dumping is a sinful crime with a heavy penalty from the religious perspective.

Also present were Political Secretary to the Ministry of Community Development & Consumer Affairs, Jornah Mozihim, its Permanent Secretary, Datuk Asnimar Hj Sukardi, MPWS Chairperson Datuk Hjh Mariati Robert, Director of Sabah Women's Affairs Department (Jhewa), Datuk Hjh Siti Sapoo Hj Ahok, UiTM Sabah Branch Deputy Rector, Dr Rozita @ Uji Mohammed and MPWS Education Committee Chairperson, Datuk Mary Yap Kain Ching.

Meanwhile, Mariati handed over a scroll containing resolutions from the seminar to Azizah. UiTM Sabah Branch Deputy Director, Dr Rozita @ Uji Mohammed officially closed the event on behalf of the Rector, Dr Hj Abdul Kadir Hj Rosline.

Daily Express

Beware of Job Cheater in other states.

Have you ever heard about Promotional Job Offer with high remuneration in term of payment and other  special offer. It's... to good to be true!!!. Many of the Job seeker were being cheated by this style of Job Promotional Marketing. According to some report many of this victim were coming from rural area in Sabah such as Kota Marudu, Pitas, Nabawan, Tenom, Pensiangan and small part in Ranau. The victim will ended as a hooker for the ladies and pick pocket for the men. But not all the Job Offer Agent were trickery. You have to take a little bit of precaution before choosing this agent when seeking job outside Sabah or Malaysia. For all Tamparulians and Tuarans be very careful... Continue reading below article. 

Sabah youths must be careful with offers of jobs away from home as there have been too many cases of them tricked by unscrupulous agents and employers. Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili, who is also Kota Marudu MP, said some of them discovered that their salary was way below what was promised, while in worst cases they were held against their will and forced to partake in vice activities.

"There have been cases where Sabahans, especially women, had to be rescued after tip-offs from the public that they were held against their will and were going to be taken to another place to work in bars or for vice activities. "Some Sabahans find themselves without jobs and money after paying the agents to send them to other states for jobs. Often they had to be assisted to return home," he said at a job placement programme organised by the Kota Marudu Manpower Office, here, Saturday. As such, Ongkili advised youths and parents to verify the information whenever they consider taking up job offers in other states.

He said 10 per cent of youths who moved to the peninsula to work had bitter experience and he advised Sabah youths not to take up job offers away from home without informing their parents as no one would know their whereabouts if they got into trouble. Ongkili also said a job placement programme was good as an official avenue to help match the youths who were ready to start their working life with the jobs available. Twenty employers participated in the programme with 416 job vacancies available in various sectors.

Written By: Harry George
Sources: Daily Express

My Life My Story: Sabah Hawks Vs Perak FA (Sabah Hawks Lost!!!!)

Tonight Sabah Hawks will meet the mighty Perak FA at Stadium Likas. The Super League match kicked off at 8.15 pm and for the supporter please come early. Thanks to the Sabahan Hawks  supporter whereby it really boost up the morale of the players. Tonight was a big challenge for the Sabah Hawks team whereby, the team really need this three point for better improvement on the league standing. The history record shows that, Sabah Hawks had beaten Perak many time in home games and for tonight match Sabah Hawks should get this three point without any big problem. For the big fan of Sabah Hawks let us come to support our home team. A little advice... make sure you lock your car before entering the stadium. 

Estimated Crowds : 25,000 Die-hard Supporter. 
Latest info: Sabah Hawks Lost to Perak FC ( 1,3) The only goal for Sabah Hawks scored by Zainizam.

Posted By: Harry George 
Sources: Sabah Hawks Fan Club.

Sabah Head Coach Mr Justin Ganai

Reduction of Water supply around Tuaran and Tamparuli on April 17.

Residents around here, Tuaran and Tamparuli have been urged to store water, as there will be a 50 per cent reduction in water supply on April 17.

A statement from the Water Department said this is due to the cleaning of a sedimentation tank at the old Telibong water treatment plant and other scheduled maintenance works from 8am to 10pm.

The affected areas are Tuaran town, Tamparuli, areas along Jalan Tuaran (Tuaran to Inanam), Kg Giling, Taman Putra Jaya, Bandar Sierra, Wijaya Park, Tebobon, Telipok, Menggatal and Inanam Batu 7.

Sources: Sabah Water Department

A Doctor Seriously Injured during Happy Hours.

When someone take alcohol, his or her mind will be hard to control. The person who drank this kind of beverage will became out of control and the percentage of bravery will increase then before. I often heard about a man or a women fighting after having a big drinks and the end result was really sad. Some ended with death and some ended with seriously injured. This types of habit should be stop and if you want to hangout with other people for drinking session, you must control yourself and take a little bit of precaution. Take care.. continue read below article....

A doctor was seriously hurt after being stabbed following a brawl at a popular nightspot along Jalan Tuaran. It was believed that the 29-year-old man was having drinks with friends when the incident happened at about 5am on Wednesday. It was not known how the nightspot was able to operate till that hour and is believed connected to a top KDM Malaysia member.

Deputy City police chief Supt M. Chandra said the victim was stabbed in the back, adding he was scheduled to go for surgery soon. "However, he is in stable condition. "We have yet to establish the motive and what happened. We will know more after his operation," he said, urging those who witnessed the stabbing to come forward and help in the probe. Recently, before its takeover, the outlet was the scene of a murder, also following a brawl.

Posted By: Harry George
Picture: Google Image
Sources: Daily Express

Seeking Family Of Lulu Ariana.

The district Welfare Department is seeking the public's help to trace the family of a baby girl, Lulu Ariana, who was found at the Hap Seng building, Jalan Tg Batu, here, on Feb 8. Lulu is currently placed at the Kota Kinabalu Children's Home under Section 19(2)(a) of the Child Act 2001.

Those with information are urged to contact Sarina Musa at 089-715 346 or the Department at TB 14459, Lot A 10 - 3, Tingkat 1 KM 3, Jalan Air Panas 91000 Tawau.

Or Call the nearest Police Station.

False Report- Single Mother Detained

The mother of a 12-year-old - who was wrongly reported missing when she was actually at her stepfather's house - was detained by police on April 8. The 28-year-old single mother was taken in for questioning with regard to certain matters. Deputy City Police Chief Supt. M. Chandra said she is under remand until April 14.

Meanwhile, Chandra also confirmed that the girl was safely back in her house in Kepayan Ridge since April 7. She was reported missing after going down to buy some groceries near her house at about 2pm on March 31. However, Chandra said the girl had stayed for a week at her stepfather's house in Kg Kolopis, Penampang.

However, posters appealing to the public to help find her are still posted around town while a major bank continues to erroneously advertise half page colour public alerts with phone numbers to contact in the newspapers (not Daily Express). According to a close relative, the girl was quiet and shy who respected her elders until she entered Primary Six this year.

"She started to misbehave, she wouldn't listen to advice and she would go off without informing us," she said, adding that she suspected the girl behaved in such a way after getting involved with the wrong crowd. "In fact, this is not the first time she had run away from home. The first time was when she said she wanted to go out to buy some stuff at the grocery nearby but we later found out that she went to her stepfather's house without telling us," said the relative who lives in the same house.

"When we asked her stepfather's family how she ended up at their house, we were told that they met coincidentally somewhere along the Penampang road but how could a child her age go there alone?," she asked. "So this time when she went missing, her mother called the stepfather who admitted that she was in his family home in Kg. Kolopis In Penampang," she said.

Sources: Daily Express

An Article for Shared: Knowledge, Values and Ethics.

The people should be empowered and dynamic to ensure the country achieve developed nation status by 2020, said Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah. They should also equip themselves with knowledge and skills besides adopting good conduct, high moral values and ethics. Speaking at his installation as the 14th Yang di-Pertuan Agong at Istana Negara here today, Tuanku Abdul Halim said the country would not be developed if the people were not knowledgeable while the progress would not be significant if positive values were ignored by the people.

The historic ceremony marked the second time Tuanku Abdul Halim, 84, was crowned as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong after he ascended to the throne as the Fifth Yang di-Pertuan Agong in 1970 at the age of 42.It was also the first time the coronation of the new Yang di-Pertuan Agong took place at the majestic new Istana Negara in Jalan Duta. The King said no country in the world could succeed and create history by depending solely on the government's initiatives without the people giving their support and playing their role. "So, let us become righteous as demanded by our religion, a person of knowledge and nobility while being aware of and living up to obligations to the country," he said.

Tuanku Abdul Halim said the people should not only strive to turn Malaysia into a developed nation by 2020, but must also endeavour to ensure that the country would remain a developed nation and respected by others. "The competition in today's world is very stiff and challenging. So, the people should be prepared to shoulder their responsibilities and discharge their duties to the best of their ability," he said. The Yang di-Pertuan Agong also called on the people to stay united and work closely with the Government to ensure continuous progress, peace and harmony in the country.

"Buttress yourselves and shoulder your responsibility as citizens who genuinely love the country. Indeed, Malaysia is our right, symbol of our dignity and sovereignty. For this, we must shape and mould the future of our nation," he said. "Material gains alone are not enough to make us a strong nation. We need to safeguard and continue to practise the values of a courteous society. "Physical development counterbalanced by the values of courteous living will elevate our civilization, religion and nation to a higher level.

I urge all Malaysians to uphold our conduct and the Eastern values which have long been practised by us," he said. On the country's leadership and his coronation as the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong for the second time, he said: "Indeed, after more than four decades, by God's will, my previous and present reigns, I was fortunate to be served by two prime ministers, who were connected by blood. "Firstly, during the administration of the late Tun Abdul Razak. And now, when the Government is under the leadership of his son, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak," he added. Tuanku Abdul Halim said the people should be grateful for the country's continuous prosperity as a result of capable, competent and visionary leadership. "We are also blessed as the people of various races, religions and backgrounds are living in peace and harmony," he said.

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong said he was also grateful that he could witness the country's development strides as they made him aware of how lucky Malaysia and its people were for being blessed with successes amid political and economic quagmire elsewhere. "The prosperity enjoyed does not come out of thin air. It was well planned, thought out and implemented by a hardworking government from the previous to the present leadership," he said. Tuanku Abdul Halim said the main philosophy of the government based on the 1Malaysia's principle, 'People First, Performance Now' was suitable at this challenging time for to manage a nation as complex as Malaysia needed the cooperation of all parties."What is most important, there should be understanding at every level and among communities," he said.

Sources: Daily Express

Sabah Host for Minggu Amanah Saham Malaysia 2012 (MSAM)

Good news for the Tamparuli and Tuaran citizen where the Minggu Amanah Saham Malaysia 2012 will be held at Kota Kinabalu next week. This is a big opportunity for the Tamparuli and Tuaran citizen to get more information about this investment. Investment is good for future planning and can boost up the standard of living. Please visit this program for more information. Continue reading below article... 

Sabah will create history when it hosts the 13th National Unit Trust Week, or Minggu Amanah Saham Malaysia 2012 (MSAM), in Kota Kinabalu from April 20-28.

Sabah Minister for Housing and Local Government, Datuk Hajiji Noor, thanked Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) for holding the event in Sabah.

He hoped those who visited MSAM would use the opportunity to broaden their knowledge on investment and financial planning for the wellbeing of the family.

"In the current situation where the economy has improved, I think the presence of PNB here is timely as the people will be able to learn and value the importance of managing their expenditure and finances," he said.

He said this at the pre-launch of MSAM organised by PNB, here, Saturday.

Also present were PNB President/Chief Executive Officer Tan Sri Hamad Kama Piah Che Othman, United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation Deputy President and Member of Parliament for Tuaran, Datuk Wilfred Bumburing, and State Assemblyman for Kiulu, Datuk Louis Rampas.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is expected to declare open the annual fair while Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Mohd Yassin attend the closing ceremony.

Sources: Daily News Paper.

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