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  1. Sabah - Wikipedia › wiki › Sabah

    The state first established newspaper is the Sabah Times (rebranded as the New Sabah Times), founded by Fuad Stephens, who became the first Chief Minister of Sabah. Other main newspapers include the independent Daily Express , [336] Overseas Chinese Daily News , [337] the Sarawak-based The Borneo Post , [338] the Peninsular-based Sin Chew Daily ...

  2. Sabah Football Club - Wikipedia › wiki › Sabah_FA

    Sabah qualify into the Malaysia Cup for the first time in 1977 and enter the competition in 1978. Amateur and semi-pro era. Sabah was a well known team during the Malaysian football amateur and semi-pro era as state team produced many quality players namely the trio of James Wong, Hassan Sani and Peter Rajah.

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    1881 wurde Sabah von der North Borneo Chartered Company übernommen und kam unter europäische Kontrolle. Es bildete das britische Protektorat Britisch-Nordborneo.Die erste Hauptstadt wurde 1882 das etwa 40 km von der Nordspitze Borneos entfernte Kudat, das schon zur Zeit der chinesischen Song-Dynastie ein Vorposten für den Handel mit China war.

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