The Sabah opposition leader accuses the PH government of making promises just to get support during the election.
Former federal minister says the two states have a better chance against Putrajaya if they work as a unit.
The move is to ensure that natives could claim ownership of their lots, which cannot be sold or categorised as mixed zone land.
A spokesperson for the group claims riders will earn less under the new scheme compared to the old system.
Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says certain requirements must be met for entry to public institutions of higher learning and state civil service.
A UiTM academic calls for a special allocation to show the Indonesians that the state has the backing of its big brother.
Abang Johari says the new formula will not jeopardise Petronas as an international company.
Maximus Ongkili says his party has different issues such as state rights, illegal immigrants and citizenship to focus on.
He was suspended for six months for sensationalising and misleading the House on a crime reported in a newspaper.
Maximus Ongkili says his assemblymen are being wooed even at the driving range.
MACC chief Latheefa Koya says the agency will go all out to combat the illegal activities as environmental issues involve public interest.
Individual says he will demolish the stage if the event is politicised.
Pending assemblyman Violet Yong warns that playing with regional sentiments would only divide the people.
PBS vice-president Abdul Rahman Kongkawan, a first-term assemblyman, announces his departure from the party he spent almost 30 years with.
This has affected hydrogen supply to three new hydrogen-fuelled buses in Kuching.
Deputy minister says only technical matters formed the bulk of issues that needed to be addressed.
Three Sabah opposition leaders demand that Putrajaya deliver on its 20% oil royalty promise and return 40% net revenue owed.
Deputy Chief Minister Wilfred Madius Tangau says the federal government must implement recommendations made by Sabah to achieve 'shared prosperity vision'.
Maureen Sim says her approach is to listen and take into account everyone's opinion.
The former federal minister says the spate of kidnappings recently in waters off Lahad Datu is sufficient proof that the state government should reimpose the ban.
The Silence Hacker Group says it is unhappy with the quality of service offered by the department.
PBS welcomes the move to stop such registrations, saying no documents should be issued for applications using SDs unless these are properly verified.
In a 38-second video clip that went viral on social media, two groups can be seen throwing chairs at each other at a mall in Kota Kinabalu.
Solidariti Anak Sarawak activist says latest changes to procedures for IC applications will exacerbate the statelessness problem in Sarawak.