Sarawak Chief Minister Adenan Satem urged to prevail on the Election Commission (EC) to clean up the electoral rolls before the forthcoming state election expected as early as March this year.
The movement has collected signatures from 10 per cent of Sarawak’s voting public and politicians contesting in the upcoming state election have been advised not to ignore this.
The human rights advocate has no issues with people wanting to leave their religion for any reason whatsoever but feels that bribing someone to leave his or her religion should be outlawed.
Chief minister says that while some powers cannot be transferred easily to the state from the federal government, others can.
In short, Malaysia cannot be declared as a high income nation by 2020 as highly anticipated.
Minister Wong Soon Koh says Sarawakians should realise that the change brought by the state government, and not by the Opposition, should be supported.
Sarawak BN chief says four parties will be given time to resolve their differences themselves
Adenan promises to sort out allocations 'one way or another' before nomination day.
Woman left two children unattended for half an hour to make quick cash withdrawal.
Sarawak chief minister lauds the TPPA as both the best choice and a good choice, with more advantages than disadvantages.
Federal Government allocation of RM200 million for a new ferry terminal should be used to build a new fishing village and affordable housing for Labuan folk.
Chief Minister Adenan Satem says Sarawak will no longer issue new timber licences or commercial oil palm plantation licences and in return will create more natural parks.
There will be no Sekolah Indonesia in Sarawak as presently proposed for the children in the plantations but temporary Community Learning Centres (CLC) for them.
Market development grants for foreign expansion have been disbursed to 92 entrepreneurs in the state over fourteen years.
St Teresa's School, reportedly declared unsafe by the PWD is to be relocated to a new site not far from Serian town and renamed SK Sri Sadong by the federal government.
Several longhouse chiefs admit that they have switched sides and would henceforth be supporting the Opposition to bring "changes" to their areas.
The Punan Bah people battle encroachment by state and private firms and lay claim to over 100,000 acres of forest.
“Umno is not here in Sarawak because PBB has an understanding with it, not to come in as long as it can hold the fort together in Sarawak.” says state opposition leader, Baru Bian.
Increased awareness via programmes under the One Stop Pregnancy Committee was key to this encouraging trend, says S'wak Minister, Fatimah Abdullah.
Enraged man kills both victims after a failed attempt at reconciliation with his ex-wife.
NGO coalition calls for action by police, MCMC and Attorney-General.
Aid was given to 262 schools under the ministry’s Pakej Rancangan Khas (PRK) programme but many more schools in the state also require financial help.
The growing disaffection among Sarawakians worsens as each new prime minister takes over, says PKR Sarawak chief.
Even the Muslim-majority parties in the Borneo states may not like the idea of a PAS-Umno union, says the veteran newsman.