Market forecast for 2013

Posted on : 31-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 31, 2012

Fundamental Outlook

THE year 2012 has been a roller coaster for the stock market index trend in the US, Singapore and Malaysia.

Happy New Year 2013!

Posted on : 31-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : Greeting

Use of ‘Allah’ by Christians no longer an issue – Dompok

Posted on : 30-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 30, 2012

PUTATAN: UPKO president Tan Sri Bernard Giluk Dompok said the use of the term ‘Allah’ by Christians was no longer an issue, and Sabah could import Indonesian Bibles without any problem.

DAP-SAPP spat over seats rages

Posted on : 28-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 28, 2012

KOTA KINABALU: Trouble seems to be brewing in the opposition front as DAP Sabah and Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) take potshots at each other on several issues, including the seats they are eyeing.


Posted on : 26-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

26th December, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pictured) says he is open to hearing hopes, concerns and ideas that members of the Christian community may have.

“Although Malaysia is a Muslim-majority country, Christians do play a full and welcome role in society, especially in Sabah and Sarawak.

More investments expected to flourish in M’sia next year

Posted on : 25-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 25, 2012
KUALA LUMPUR: Economists here foresee further capital formation investments flourishing in the Malaysian economy next year, given the ongoing projects to be implemented over the next two years.

Najib: Govt has done a lot to engage Christian community

Posted on : 25-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 25, 2012

PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has urged Malaysian Christians to join in the journey of change and renewal for a better Malaysia.

Speaking at a Christmas reception organised by the Christian Federation of Malaysia, Najib said he understood that the community might have felt despondent at times, feeling that not enough was done by the Government to engage them.

Moderate but merry Christmas celebrations nationwide

Posted on : 25-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 25, 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: Christians celebrated Christmas in a moderate albeit merry atmosphere with some having to face the current floods in the East Coast. Traffic in the city was smooth as many people have returned to their hometowns for the festival.

Sabah Gerakan to fly flags at half-mast

Posted on : 24-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 24,2012

KOTA KINABALU: Party Gerakan Sabah is mourning the loss of the party’s former president Tun Dr Lim Keng Yaik, who passed away on Saturday.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Posted on : 24-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : Greeting

Musa encourages palm oil players to subscribe to RSPO

Posted on : 24-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 24, 2012

TAWAU: The Sabah State Government wants to see more palm oil sector players in the state, including small estates, subscribing to the production of sustainably produced palm oil under the ambit of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO).

Sabah to have 27 1Malaysia Clinics by next year

Posted on : 23-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 23, 2012

KOTA KINABALU: Seven more 1Malaysia Clinics (K1M) will be established next year making a total of 27 in Sabah.

Agriculture and Food Industry Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin disclosed at the launch of the 1Malaysia Putatan Jaya clinic near here yesterday.

Sabah’s stable growth, solid investments draw praise

Posted on : 22-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

December 22, 2012

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah’s stable economic growth and solid investment figures have drawn praise for the state’s financial management.

A statement by the Oxford Business Group yesterday said the state’s focus would now shift to ensuring that budget programmes designed to build on those achievements were implemented properly.

Zeti sees Malaysia’s growth to hold steady at 5pc next year

Posted on : 20-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News


JAKARTA: Malaysia’s economic growth is seen holding steady at around five per cent next year despite weak exports, the country’s central bank governor official said yesterday.

Bank Negara estimates inflation in 2013 will pick up slightly on high commodity and energy prices, but will remain below three per cent, its governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz told reporters here.


Posted on : 18-12-2012 | By : sabah today | In : News

18th December, 2012
SINGAPORE: Almost every Malaysian employee expects to get a pay rise next year, according to Randstad’s latest Workmonitor Report for fourth quarter released yesterday.

This figure is among the highest from a global survey of 14,780 employees from 32 countries, with respondents across the region less confident about their prospects of a pay rise in China (82 per cent), Singapore (76 per cent), Australia (75 per cent), New Zealand (69 per cent) and Japan (42 per cent).