Heart of Borneo International Conference
CM accompanies DPM on working visit to Vietnam
DPM dialogue session with Sabah Bumiputera entrepreneurs
We can recalibrate our attitude to failure. In a culture defined by a freewheeling and audacious capitalism a country like the United States, which draws on a history of both liberty and plenty, a failed business gambit is seen as useful experience. Other countries have different traditions, but the principle of encouraging people to attempt the improbable, without the undue fear of failure can be more widely adopted.
Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak speaking at the recent 4th Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2013 held in Kuala Lumpur recently.
Strong political will to do what is right for the nation must thrive, even if this means having to face strong headwind from certain segments of the country.
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin speaking at the 5th World Chinese Economic Forum dinner last night.
Someone's race is inherent. A Dusun cannot simply be a Malay by virtue of his or her religion being Islam. It is my hope that this matter will not be politicised and blown out of proportion by people with vested interest. Upholding racial, religious and cultural harmony will continue to be a priority of the government.
Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Haji Aman giving his official statement in response of the State Mufti's view.
The quality of the financial management of a department is not something that is ‘inherited’ but something that is ‘owned’ by that department through individuals who have a high level of integrity, have knowledge in financial management and who apply that knowledge to the success of the department.
State Secretary, Tan Sri Sukarti Wakiman said when opening a seminar on Financial Management from the Perspective of the National Audit Department, at the Federal Administrative Complex Auditorium, yesterday.
The government will do what is right for our economy. Some measures may not be popular now, but over the medium-term, what is good for the economy is also good for the people.
Prime Minister Dato' Sri Najib Tun Razak speaking ahead of his much-awaited Budget Speech yesterday
Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC)
Malaysian Trade Union Congress (MTUC) Sabah Division provides free consultation to all workers.
Simon at 013-8665897,
Catherine 013-8503039 or
Sabah Government Pensioners Association
Sabah Government Pensioners Association - membership recruitment exercise and pensioners problem 9.30am - 1.30pm (Tues-Fri, except public holidays) at Maksak Likas.
Dr Epin 019-8101937 or
Joe Jominol 013-8692888.
KK AIDS support services Association (KASIH)
Helpline and free voluntary HIV screening tests (except Sunday & public holidays). Confidential and free. Results in 10 to 15 minutes.
Details at +60 88 224600 (Cecelia).
Breast cancer support group, Sabah Family Planning Association
Counselling and mutual support for cancer patients and their families.
Details: +60 19 8819603,
+60 88 224408 (Bhabra),
+60 16 8155212, +60 16 430341 (Kim) or
+60 19 8101826, +60 19 210570 (Lucilla).
The Cancer Society of Sabah
provides hospice, cancer awareness, education, rural health services. Counselling and advice. Consultant gynaecologist available.
Details: +60 88 210377, +60 88 222315.
FAMA Pasar Tani
at Asia City A flea market where you can buy vegetables, fish, sugar cane juice and many other agricultural produce. Open from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday. All are welcome.
Details: +60 13 5555451 (Wasri).
Malaysian Red Crescent Sabah Branch
Introduction to First Aid and CPR. Open to the public. Every third week of the month (Sat-Sun).
Details: +60 88 242648, +60 88 240776 (Fax) or email email@example.com.
Fully sponsored training courses
Fully sponsored training courses on
* ICT (40+ courses)
* Microsoft Certified IT Professional(MCITP)
* Cisco Certified Network Associates(CCNA)
* Language Courses (English/Korean/Japanese/Mandarin)
By Ministry of Resource Development & Information Technology.
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