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HEADLINES: Plan underway to set up new border brigade under First Infantry Division
KOTA SAMARAHAN: There is a plan to form the 31 Border Brigade under the First Malaysian Infantry Division across the state this year. First Infantry Commander Major General Datuk Stephen Mundaw sai...
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Abdul Karim says this social threat springing up everywhere, calls for immediate action to curb its growth SIBU: Cyber gambling seems to be getting from bad to worse, despite pledges by police and ...
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LONDON: Oil prices extended their decline Friday with no sign of an end to a global supply glut. US benchmark West Texas Intermediate for September delivery fell 86 cents to $47.66 a barrel. Brent ...
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HEADLINES: Taib: Strive to make Kuching a major medical hub in Borneo
KUCHING: The rise in the number of private hospitals here should spur the development of the local health industry, possibly making the state capital a major medical hub in Borneo. Yang di-Pertua N...
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MIAMI: Florida plant detectives are on the trail of a slippery foe, an invasive African land snail that is wily, potentially infectious, and can grow as big as a tennis shoe. In the four years sinc...
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THE Borneo Post is the largest and most read English daily in Borneo.
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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).