Hasni Mohammad says all requirements in the project agreement have been met.
The party's information chief says Shafie Apdal had been acting within his powers as a federal minister when he wrote to then PM and finance minister Najib Razak.
Opposition leader says they will oppose the removal of the speaker and his deputy in the Dewan Rakyat tomorrow.
Solving such customary land issues was part of Warisan's election manifesto, says party secretary-general Loretto Padua Jr.
This brings the infection tally to 8,718 with 77 still being treated.
The Sabah academic also says desperate unemployed locals taking up 3D jobs will abandon them when the economy improves.
Among the offences are participation in activities that made social distancing difficult and gatherings in pubs or nightclubs.
Sisters in Islam says the community already faces discrimination, stigma, harassment and systemic inequality.
Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin will move the motion when Parliament reconvenes tomorrow.
Abdul Hamid Bador urges the individual to turn himself in and be deported.
In a filing on June 30, the US Department of Justice also confirms that Jho Low chartered the yacht at least five times.
A property expert says warehouse space is in demand because of an increasing need to store items for online transactions.
Awang Azman Pawi says recent remarks by Umno about electoral seats highlight grassroots sentiments.
Association president says many customers now prefer to drive their own vehicle because of the Covid-19 crisis.
Registrar of Societies makes clarification following numerous queries on speculation of Azmin's plans.
All eyes on seating arrangements for Mahathir and allies, with fireworks expected over a motion to replace the Speaker and his deputy.
Zuraida Kamaruddin says the municipal council now has annual revenue of over RM100 million and handles a population of over 500,000.
The former prime minister says that appeal letters from Shafie, then rural development minister, would pile up at the finance ministry.
The Kuantan MP replaces Haniza Talha who was sacked last month.
They had been held at immigration depots and were sent home on flights to Amritsar and Chennai.
He revived the nature society in 1948, and in his six decades of research published more than 300 papers on small mammals, reptiles and amphibian ecology.
Youth wing leader Mohd Isquzawan Arsit rejects Sabah minister's claim that the village committees are a breach of the state's autonomy.
Ayob Khan contrasts the silence after the arrest of Jemaah Islamiah and IS followers and the protests over the arrest of 2 DAP assemblymen over LTTE links.
Annuar Musa says the negotiations over electoral seats will be done internally so as to ensure the people are not overly exposed to political issues.