Chinese voters are again set to make a difference in Sabah.
Penganalisis politik dari Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Lee Kuok Tiung berkata kaum itu mampu membawa perubahan kepada kerusi yang hanya mempunyai 1,000 hingga 2,000 pengundi Cina.
Officials are scrambling to add more hotel rooms in Kota Kinabalu to cope with a surge in tourist arrivals from China during the Lunar New Year season.
State Minister Masidi Manjun believes Sabah’s rhino population can be saved with the use of scientific initiatives.
Warisan president Shafie Apdal says opposition parties are just focused on getting the right candidates for every seat.
Senior PBS leader says opposition assemblyman has no access to government funds to carry out projects to help rural communities in the state seat.
State Special Tasks Minister Teo Chee Kang says aside from getting back 40% of revenue collected in the state, Sabah wants back control of electricity and gas.
Hiew King Cheu will find out whether his switch from DAP to BN will pay off and his track record in helping constituents will be recognised.
Pakatan Harapan and Parti Warisan Sabah likely to finalise their seat distribution just before nomination day, says Sabah PH chief Christina Liew.
Members told to be more aggressive in reaching out to voters.
State assemblyman Jainab Ahmad however is not taking anything for granted ahead of GE14.
Hajiji Noor has been focusing on improving lives of villagers after providing them with basic infrastructure and facilities.
Cambodian man with MyKad among eight held for harvesting the wood illegally in Maliau Basin.
He says Kota Kinabalu City Hall is bound by law on this.
BN has four names in mind to take on incumbent Darell Leiking of Parti Warisan Sabah.
He rubbishes claim by Upko acting president Wilfred Tangau that he wants to join party.
Uphill battle for BN but attitudes are changing on DAP, says analyst.
Sabah chief minister visits island to offer aid to children and aged.
He has been knocking on the doors of thousands of houses and lending his ear to hear requests and grouses from constituents to bolster his image as a “winnable” candidate.
Terence Siambun, who has had to learn on the job, hopes his efforts to solve his constituents' problems will not be forgotten.
DAP wants Kepayan back after Bosi’s defection while BN wants to recapture the seat it lost in 2013.
The ruling coalition is softening the ground to show why it is a better bet for voters in this sprawling rural-urban constituency next to the Sabah state capital.
Police say they are tracking down those responsible for the viral message on social media.
Sabah DAP chief Stephen Wong says time is running short as the election is just months away.