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Daughter’s predicted ‘death’ cost a man RM10,000 and jewelleries http://ow.ly/w6ctg
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Archery centre up in Petra Jaya soon http://ow.ly/w6ajr
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Trapped whale shark dies despite attempt to save it http://ow.ly/w5yd2
KOTA KINABALU: A whale shark, found trapped in fishing nets in waters off Kota Belud, died on Sunday morning as villagers from Kampung Tituru Laut and nearby resort workers toiled hard to save the ...
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Crocodile attack on dog gets folk edgy http://ow.ly/w3CPt
KANOWIT: Residents of Lubok Melapi were awe-stricken when crocodiles returned to their Ngemah River a few years ago but then a recent attack on a dog has stirred terror in the peaceful co-existence...
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Former Miss Malaysia’s divorce case remitted to KL High Court, application for stay dismissed
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Anwar on why he withdrew from polls http://ow.ly/w6aan
KUCHING: PKR de-facto leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim says he has decided to withdraw from the presidential race in the upcoming party election to avoid the risk of the party being deregistered by ...
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Cable car project back on track http://ow.ly/w5yGM
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Construction of cable car link from Pasir Pandak to Mt Santubong’s peak to start soon KUCHING: The much-talked about Mt Santubong cable car to link Mt Santubong from Santubong Resort and Pasir Pand...
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April 24, 2014: In The Borneo Post today:

• Cable car project back on track; Construction of cable car link from Pasir Pandak to Mt Santubong’s peak to start soon

• Australia says cost not a concern in the search for MH370

• Minimum wage order being reviewed for improvement

For more news updates, logon to www.theborneopost.com
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Heavily-tattooed men apparent cause of three-car collision http://ow.ly/w3CLA
KUCHING: A chain collision involving three cars at a traffic light intersection in Jalan Tun Razak here about 1.30pm yesterday saw three heavily-tattooed men abandoning the offending vehicle and fl...
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Junior and Ronny for Malaysia http://ow.ly/w2Qdb
KUCHING: Sarawak’s Super League players Junior Eldstal and Ronny Harun have been called up as Malaysia prepares for an international friendly match against the Philippines. The upcoming match on th...
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THE Borneo Post is the largest and most read English daily in Borneo. Headquartered in Kuching, it has an editorial staff of about 200.

Established 32 years ago in April 24, 1978, it has grown rapidly with a total ABC — audited figure of 85,292 copies (63,938 in Sarawak and 21,354 in Sabah – Source: ABC, June 2009) and over a quarter million readership daily. 

Together with its online version and sunday edition — thesundaypost (Jan 13, 2007), which has a total circulation of 67,547 copies in Sarawak, the paper boasts a total readership close to half a million, in Sarawak, Sabah and Brunei Darussalam.

The Borneo Post and thesundaypost are two of the four newspapers, currently in circulation under See Hua Group of newspapers, owned by KTS Holdings Berhad. The other two are Bahasa Malaysia daily, Utusan Borneo (UB) and Chinese daily, See Hua Daily News (SHDN).