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Stories by Michael Kaung

| June 26, 2013
milo suam

A blogger has claimed trial for allegedly posting an image and statement detrimental to Sabah peace. More ››

| June 24, 2013
musa aman

Environmentalists and wildlife experts in Sabah have hailed the elevation of once-logged forest tract to 'fully protected' status. More ››

| June 24, 2013
jeffrey kitingan

Sabah Inland Revenue Board (IRB) must be transparent about the tax revenues collected in Sabah. More ››

| June 23, 2013
Datuk Sapawi Ahmad

Sipitang MP Ahmad Sapawi will be the foundation's sixth director since it was founded in 1966. More ››

| June 20, 2013
jeffrey kitingan

Opposition assemblyman Jeffrey Kitingan's takeway from the first post GE13 assembly sitting was that the DUN had lost its... More ››

| June 17, 2013
najib ku li jeff

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak 's promise to make further changes in his cabinet later this year to accommodate... More ››

| June 13, 2013
Jeffrey Kitingan

Sabah State Reform Party (STAR) chief Jeffrey Kitingan believes that although the party failed in GE13, they "have... More ››

| June 11, 2013
upko pakatan

Upko is pushing for a fairer distribution of state seats which reflects the true racial composition in Sabah under... More ››

| April 7, 2013
Pairin Jeffrey

In the last general election, Joseph defeated his younger brother Jeffrey who contested on a PKR ticket in a... More ››

| March 11, 2013

Home Ministry officials held a meeting here yesterday with various government agencies to thrash out what would be needed... More ››

and | March 3, 2013
Malaysian security forces in Sabah

Inspector General of Police Ismail Omar says his men may have been lured in by decoys and fired upon... More ››

| November 17, 2012
musa aman jeffery kitingan

STAR believes that Chief Minister Musa Aman should stand up to 'bullying tactics' of Putrajaya if he wants... More ››

| November 10, 2012

The Sabah state government is at odds with the federal government, which want the places concerned federalised. More ››

| November 1, 2012
sabah pendatang

Irrespective of whether or not the general election is called, the RCI on Sabah's population explosion will begin... More ››

| October 20, 2012
jeffrey kitingan

Jeffrey Kitingan claims the vesting order signed by then prime minister Abdul Razak on March 26, 1975 granting... More ››

| August 29, 2012
Umno Sabah

Despite their lack of experience and education, Sabah's early leaders were able to formulate constitutional safeguards for the future... More ››

| August 28, 2012
general election

Local Sabah BN ally Parti Bersatu Rakyat Sabah is fuming over Umno's demand for its sole parliamentary seat. More ››

| August 27, 2012
Merdeka 2012 New

The true 'National Day is Sept 16, according to Sabah opposition STAR as that was when Sabah, Sarawak and... More ››

| August 23, 2012
jeffrey kitingan

Chief Minister Musa Aman must "better understand" the existing oil agreement before any 'amicable discussions' with Putrajaya, advises... More ››

| August 16, 2012
sabah student

Sabah ruling politicians have dismissed invitations by students to debate on issues on 'policies that affect them'. More ››

| August 15, 2012
anwar ibrahim12

PBS, fighting to stay politically relevant, has brushed aside scepticism that the RCI on illegal immigrants will able to... More ››

| August 13, 2012
jeffrey kitingan

Jeffrey Kitingan hopes to reset the political equation in Sabah and Sarawak by empowering the young with the true... More ››

| July 26, 2012

It is reliably learnt that Wilfred Bumburing's Sabah Reform Front will be teaming up with Pakatan Rakyat and would... More ››

| July 25, 2012
musa aman1

Sabah BN chairman Musa Aman is playing down MPs Wilfred Bumburing and Lajim Ukin's exit from the coalition. More ››

| July 24, 2012
wilfred bumburing

Sabah Upko deputy chairman Wilfred Bumburing claims he has sent his resignation to BN secretary general Tengku Adnan... More ››

| May 7, 2012
Lajim Ukin dan Musa Aman

Sabah Umno seems bent on purging its westcoast warlord Lajim Ukin from local politics by blocking much needed funds... More ››

| March 26, 2012
(2) Malua Biobank & Oil Palm Frontier CJPHTNUSMMBB

A RM15 donation will go a long way in helping to restore and protect critical wildlife habitat and forest... More ››

| March 20, 2012

KOTA KINABALU: A member of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) here is suing a... More ››

| March 19, 2012
Wilfred Bumburing

Rumours are making the rounds that Upko deputy president Wilfred Bumburing has quit to join Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah's team.... More ››

| March 13, 2012
Krah Drainage Scheme, Kota Belud

Barely three years ago the government allocated RM150 million to upgrade the irrigation system in Kota Belud, now it... More ››

| March 12, 2012
Zaid Kita New

Sabah's Parti Kita believes that a coalition government will not suit Sabah as there will be 'infighting' and as... More ››

| March 11, 2012
Sapp Logo

Saham Amanah Sabah (SAS) recorded millions in losses last year and the opposition wants the board to explain how... More ››

| March 9, 2012
Yong Harris

The peeved former Sabah chief minister hauls his peer Yong Teck Lee to court again over the later's warning... More ››

| March 2, 2012
Pairin Jeffrey

The offer to make Jeffrey Kitingan chief minister of Sabah came through an emissary of then prime minister Dr... More ››

| February 28, 2012
harris salleh

The former Sabah chief minister believes that the country is moving backward on multiracial unity. More ››

| February 20, 2012

A one-off RM500 'ang pow' from the federal government whilst much appreciated is not the solution for Sabah and... More ››

| February 17, 2012
jeffrey kitingan

If Sabahans genuinely want to progress, they must first change their stance by adopting the Borneo Agenda and forcing... More ››

| February 16, 2012
musa aman Roderic Fernandez

A non-native lawyer has filed for a judicial review to protect the long-held rights of natives in Sabah. More ››

| February 13, 2012
Borneon elephants

The Borneon elephant is very sensitive to habitat disturbances and logging activities are forcing these animals to travel further... More ››

| February 10, 2012
NCR natives

Claims to NCR land must be seen in the context of 'historical occupation of land', notes the Sabah Attorney-General. More ››

| February 6, 2012
BR1M aid Sabah wheelbarrow woman

A photograph of an aged, disabled woman being ferried in a wheelbarrow to collect her BR1M aid has triggered... More ››

| February 6, 2012

There is now increased reforestation activities in a wildlife corridor between Tabin in Sabah – Malaysia's largest wildlife reserve... More ››

| February 3, 2012

An NGO, Himpunan Hijau, is puzzled over the US$50 million insurance tag recommended by Lynas and the AELB's issuance... More ››

| February 2, 2012

A Judicial Commissioner has dispelled views that the 'power' to decide an individual's 'native' status was with the Sabah... More ››

| January 31, 2012

The High Court is not the 'proper' place to examine policy issues, claims government counsel in a suit by... More ››

| January 30, 2012

At the rate oil palm plantations are mushrooming in Sabah, Borneo's proboscis monkeys will soon be lost to our... More ››

| January 17, 2012
Dr Roland Chia Pakatan

Special petroleum fund for Sabah and Sarawak if Pakatan Rakyat comes into power. More ››

| January 16, 2012
A money changer counts Malaysian ringgit

The move is just an attempt to fish for votes, says SAPP. More ››

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