Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says the prime minister has agreed in principle for the National Security Council to hand over management of the island to the state government.
Upko Wanita chief Juliana Jali says the party has a number of qualified women leaders who are unable to contest in elections because of limited seats.
Sarawak is a wealthy state, but we do not see this wealth being shared with the people, says Sarawak PPBM chief.
Penampang PPBM chief John Ambrose says the state government should consider stopping pipe leaks which contribute to 60% loss of water.
The Sabah chief minister tells authorities to investigate how the bomb makers get their contents.
Abang Johari Openg says the arrangement has been agreed in principle by the federal and state governments.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says politicians should be careful in lending their signatures in support of land applications.
Is it because the Sepanggar MP has promised to make it a 'zero squatter' area, asks Sabah Umno deputy liaison chief Yakub Khan.
They say fish bombing occurs in open sea and when patrol boats are not around.
Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Mohamaddin Ketapi says measures must be taken to ensure the safety of tourists following the death of two tourists and a diver.
Abang Johari Openg agrees with the prime minister that whatever is said or done should not affect sovereignty or jeopardise public order.
It's 'petty report' to the registrar of societies is an attempt to get rid of a political rival, says SUPP Youth chief.
They were diving off Pulau Kalapuan when the incident happened at 5.50pm Friday.
Abang Johari Openg says Sarawak will not go along with the federal government's plan to lower the youth age limit to 30.
Upko Youth chief Felix Joseph Saang also hopes that after the new state seats were passed, the government will also consider adding parliamentary seats for Sabah and Sarawak.
This comes after Parliament yesterday passed the Youth Societies and Youth Development Amendment Bill 2019, lowering the age limit of 'youths' from 40 to 30.
Parti Bumi Kenyalang says there is no provision under the constitution, the Malaysia Agreement 1963 or the Inter-Governmental Committee Report that touches on the right of Sabah and Sarawak to secede.
This comes two days after state MACC director Razim Mohd Noor said some high-profile individuals were being investigated.
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says at least the tourism tax sees 50% of revenue collection given to individual states.
Jannie Lasimbang declares that no native court or village chief is empowered to issue such documents to stateless sea gypsies.
Its chief, Abdul Aziz Julkarnain, asks how non-Malaysians can understand the aspirations of Bumiputeras, whom Khazanah was set up to help.
Federal Rural Development Minister Rina Harun says the majority of her ministry’s projects in Sabah involve road construction.
Sarawak wants to speed up human rabies tests as, at present, doctors have to send samples to the Institute for Medical Research in Kuala Lumpur for laboratory confirmation of the disease.
The squatters had claimed to have approval from the head of state to clear the land.