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Merdeka Daily News
The only Chinese Newspaper based in Sandakan. It has the highest daily circulations among all dailies in Sandakan (including Chinese & Non-Chinese Titles).
Circulation: 5,313 Readership: 30,465 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,376
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Morning Post
The oldest Chinese daily newspaper based and circulated in Tawau. It has the highest daily circulations among all dailies in Tawau (including Chinese & Non-Chinese Titles).
Circulation: 9,163 Readership: 45,760 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,376
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Overseas Chinese Daily News
Overseas Chinese Daily (OCDN) hit the streets of Jesselton (now, Kota Kinabalu) on March 1, 1936 as a mimeo single sheet paper. It was the first daily in Sabah (formerly, North Borneo) and was published on irregular basis and only became the 7-day publication in 1972. The impartial commentaries, acc...
Circulation: 13,045 Readership: 63,216 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,295
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New Sabah Times
New Sabah Times is the first established paper with the widest coverage in Sabah Region published in 1953, previously known as North Borneo News or Kinabalu Sabah Times. It is owned by Innna Kinabalu Sdn Bhd, provides local and foreign news in English, Malay and Kadazan Dusun.
Circulation: 16,084 Readership: 134,550 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,016
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Asia Times
Sabah Widest distributed Chinese Newspaper, Established since 1976 August 7, Best Color Print Quality, Using latest CTCP pre-press production, Latest Cloud Computing for new media
Circulation: 18,649 Readership: 83,921 Cost (FPBW): RM 2,438
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Daily Express
Daily Express is the sister paper of Overseas Chinese Daily News (OCDN). It was founded by Sabah Publishing Sdn Bhd and the first issue hit the streets on March 1, 1963. Published in trilingual i.e. English, Bahasa Malaysia and Kadazan, it is by far the largest circulation daily newspaper in Sabah.
Circulation: 23,257 Readership: 142,740 Cost (FPBW): RM 3,468
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International Times
A Chinese daily in Sarawak
Circulation: 29,275 Readership: 145,402 Cost (FPBW): RM 4,860
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Tamil Nesan
Tamil Nesan is the oldest Tamil-language Newspaper in the World. It started in 1924, and it is still the main source of information for Tamils in Malaysia and Singapore. It is also an excellent reference point for Tamils in Tamil Nadu.
Circulation: 43,000 Readership: 141,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 4,160
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New Straits Times
The oldest newspaper in Malaysia traces its roots back to a weekly journal printed in 1845. The Straits Times has gone through several transformations most significantly, the name change to New Straits Times and downsize from a broadsheet to a compact version. Its strong conviction for a stable, pro...
Circulation: 44,090 Readership: 261,000 Cost (FPBW): RM 15,576
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Utusan Sarawak
Utusan Sarawak was the first Bahasa Malaysia newspaper in Sarawak. It is by far the most popular and authoritative BM newspaper in the state and read by politicians, professionals, businessmen as well as the BM-literate in semi-urban and rural areas who want to be kept abreast of events that happen ...
Circulation: 45,483 Readership: 159,190 Cost (FPBW): RM 5,832
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