Mariah Doksil is an award winning journalist based in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. She is passionate about contributing to children, girls and women's empowerment, writing about social inequality and injustice, exploring environmental issues and also documenting stories and facts involving the indigenous people. She also love learning new skills, especially related to latest technology and furthering her own knowledge in politics and CURRENT AFFAIRS.
A collapsed bridge, landslides and floods due to heavy rain for the past few days in Pitas disrupted land transport with the town, leaving thousands stranded, many of them with limited food supplies.
The persistent threats posed by militants and kidnappers from the southern Philippines and the extensice security operations in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone have somewhat affected the livelihood and disrupted the life of Pala’uh (sea gypsies).
Sabahan supermodel says her skin colour ‘sells’
THE Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park, (KKIP) did not happen overnight, and its journey was not exactly a bed of roses.
Touching tale of an indomitable mother behind success of property magnate.
Popular Sabahan singer Stacy Angie Anam who converted to Islam has defended the posting of a video of carollers who came to her family home in Penampang.
The world is too dirty and polluted — the earthquake in Sabah cannot be blamed on anyone but ourselves, said a group of Bolians from the Tombonuo tribe, a Kadazan-Dusun sub-ethinc.
A man from Kota Marudu caught the attention of netizens for walking about 120km to his hometown. Alixson Mangundok, 34, who arrived Sabah from Japan was taking extra precautions by isolating himself from his family, just in case he is carrying Covid-19.
The memorandum of agreement between Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) and Sime Darby Plantation Berhad on forest restoration in Sapong Estate Tenom is proof of commitment to translate locally bred knowledge into actions on the ground.
As the Conditional Movement Control Order is imposed in Tuaran, Sabah following its Covid-19 red zone classification, business operators are hoping for positive recoveries.
A video entitled “24 Hours On Tree Challenge” by Veveonah Mosibin, a Universiti Malaysia Sabah student, went viral as thousands of Malaysians are touched by her determination not to allow any obstacles stop her in her educational pursuit.
WITH an estimated RM18 million development brought into Kadamaian for the past two years, incumbent Datuk Ewon Benedick – one of the youngest ministers in the previous state government – is still needed by many.
The Health Ministry launched a mass immunisation campaign after a three-month-old boy from Tuaran, Sabah Malaysia was confirmed to have contracted polio, 27 years since the disease was eradicated from the country.
The race for the new Bengkoka seat in Sabah State election was a very crowded affair, with 11 candidates throwing their hats into the ring.
The Gabungan Rakyat Sabah government has failed to appoint even a single female full minister in its cabinet.
Doubts and uncertainties about Covid-19 vaccine, in Malaysia.
A peek into life among oil palm trees.
Hundreds of vehicles reported stolen in Sabah could have been smuggled to Long Bawan in North Kalimantan, Indonesia.
When the United Arab Emirates (UAE) started offering free trials of Covid-19 vaccine — Sinopharm, a 35-year-old Sabahan specialty chef grabbed the opportunity to be among those who volunteered.
Dr Zainab Kassim and Leorita Joseph Henry are probably the first Sabahans and Malaysians to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in the UK — and the good news is, they are not showing any reactions.