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KOTA BELUD, May 13 — The only road link to five villages near here was cut off after a bridge collapsed yesterday following continuous heavy rains since Monday, leaving about 4,000 residents in dire straits. A farmer from Kampung Sayap, Sinim Embom, 58, said her family had planned to buy items...KOTA BELUD, May 13 — The only road link to five villages near here was cut off after a bridge collapsed yesterday following continuous heavy rains since Monday, leaving about 4,000 residents in dire straits. A farmer from Kampung Sayap, Sinim Embom, 58, said her family had planned to buy items...

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THE State Government will rebuild all suspension bridges in Nabawan that were damaged and washed away in last month’s floods, said Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji NoorTHE State Government will rebuild all suspension bridges in Nabawan that were damaged and washed away in last month’s floods, said Chief Minister Datuk Hajiji Noor

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SIPITANG (May 8): The Public Works Department (PWD) and concession companies have been urged to rebuild the concrete bridge at Kampung Mendulong that was destroyed by flood at the end of last year. Sindumin Community Development Leader (PPM) Sani Miasin said the bridge which was built across Sungai Muaya, Sipitang, was swept away by floodwaters. He said the bridge was utilized by

Call to rebuild flood-damaged bridge