State opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan says it is strange that an event assumed to be religious will be officiated by the chief minister.
Rivals lodge police reports against each other in Sabah.
It says budget contributes little towards making sure the people’s buying power increases.
The Sabah chief minister says the doubling of the amount as stipulated in the Federal Constitution will help Sabah despite the 'small increase'.
Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew says the budget is inclusive and covers a lot of ground, while PBS president Maximus Ongkili said it is insufficient to spur economic growth.
It also urges MACC to make public its investigation into a RM1.5 billion corruption case.
Amarjit Singh says Chief Minister Shafie Apdal and the state Cabinet had asked him to continue doing his job.
Madius Tangau berkata kerajaan negeri berniat mengumpul input daripada semua kumpulan mengenai perkara rumit itu.
Madius Tangau says the government is working to solve the problem but this will take time.
Amarjit Singh's appointment is in violation of Section 3 of the Water Supply Enactment, says High Court.
1,282 akan mendapat anugerah sempena ulangtahun kelahiran ke-66 ketua negeri.
1,423 to be honoured in conjunction with head of state's 66th birthday celebration.
However, police have not been informed of the amount of ransom demanded.
The education minister says free education will have to wait for now.
They say the federal government's move will encourage an influx of foreigners into the state.
The Murut organisation was forced to explain itself after some participants were told to answer show cause letters issued by Warisan for taking part in the two-day programme.
Yong Teck Lee says the vacuum will be quickly filled by illegal slot machine operators.
Ketua Penerangan Umno Sabah, Raime Unggi yakin kerjasama Umno-PAS tidak akan dipandang negatif oleh orang bukan Islam di Sabah.
Sabah Umno spokesman Raime Unggi says the coming together of PAS and Umno should not be seen as religious alliance.
Bekas speaker Dewan Rakyat berkata Malaysia dalam bahaya kerana seruan pemisahan di Borneo dan politik ekstrem di Semenanjung.
Former speaker Pandikar Amin Mulia says Malaysia is in danger because of secessionists in Borneo and the threat of extreme politics in the peninsula.
Politicians have the right to hop, says law expert, but they must resign to allow a fresh election.
Bernard Dompok says the two issues are preventing the country from reaching its full potential.
Sabah opposition leader urges the state government to reveal its long-term plan for 600,000 documented foreigners.