Yayasan Sejahtera helps villagers commercialise their gula apong natural sweetener.
Shafie Apdal says the Water Department director is a contract officer and the state government will ensure everything is in order.
Sarawak PH chairman Chong Chieng Jen says Universiti Malaysia Sarawak is getting what it asked for in development expenditure for next year.
AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes confident of drawing tourists from Asean countries, China, Korea and Japan.
Tony Fernandes says Mavcom had demanded proof of congestion instead of making an on-site inspection.
Crig Francis says he was shocked to discover the strong resemblance between the mural at Padang Merdeka and a design he had earlier submitted to DBKK.
PBS vice-president Johnny Mositun says the minister should have spoken in his capacity as a member of the state ruling party if he wished to comment on the matter.
PBS information chief Joniston Bangkuai says a true leader should not change his stand so easily.
Matunggong assemblywoman Julita Majungki says water to 50 villages in Kudat is getting murkier.
PBK president Voon Lee Shan says foreigners can obtain the Mykad easily in Sabah and they can easily slip into Sarawak.
Abdul Rahman Kongkawan, now in Warisan, denies that the state government set fire to houses as a ruse to give papers to illegals.
State opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan says it is strange that an event assumed to be religious will be officiated by the chief minister.
GPS chief whip Fadillah Yusof says it is wrong for Sarawak to bear the share of general development which he says benefits Peninsular Malaysia.
Appeal against director's appointment still before the courts, the MCA Batu Sapi division chief tells de facto law minister.
The former chief minister says the Sabah ministers had no comments on the High Court decision that declared the appointment as illegal.
Effort to save Sumatran rhino in Sabah takes a hit after frozen sperm from dead rhino partner fails to do its magic.
He says Section 3 (2) of Sabah's Water Supply Enactment 2003 might not apply to Amarjit Singh.
The state leaders say having such an airline would boost tourism and economic activity in Sabah and Sarawak.
The two chief ministers say the two states can combine their strengths as they have common interests.
The Gabungan Parti Sarawak MP says the people are only exercising their rights by demanding a fairer budget allocation.
Forestry Corporation chief says state government will be urged to classify it as 'totally protected' and higher penalties imposed on offenders.
Rivals lodge police reports against each other in Sabah.
The chief ministers of both states say the federal government did not inform them how the figure was derived.
They say the 2020 Budget is to address 'Malaya's needs' and the development gap between the peninsula and Sarawak and Sabah will only get wider.