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Let’s bring back the English-medium school

If ever Malaysia is going to have English-medium schools, this is the time as PH lawmakers are more open to new ideas to meet the challenges of a global village and a knowledge economy.

Peluang Umno bertapak di Sarawak tipis, kata penganalisis

Dr Awang Azman berkata sudah ada 'gentleman agreement' antara era Taib Mahmud dan Dr Mahathir Mohamad tidak membenarkan Umno bertapak di Sarawak.

Kuching, Miri, Johor hosting vigil in memory of Adenan Satem

3 cities to hold candlelight vigil this Thursday, on first anniversary of former Sarawak chief minister's death, Borneo Post reports.

Rahman Dahlan repeats call for English-medium schools

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department says parents, NGOs and other stakeholders must speak up on the issue, adding Sabah could be first to act.

Perkasa threatens ‘war’ on government if UEC recognised

Perkasa president Ibrahim Ali claims the standardised examination for Chinese independent high school students goes against national education policy and Federal Constitution.

Masing: Sarawak can ask for bigger allocation if need be

Deputy Chief Minister James Masing says all parties should understand that the budget announced for 2018 is not a one-off allocation.

Why Malaysian story is peninsular-centric

Sabah filmmaker blames poor communication, but Penampang MP says it was a deliberate political decision made a long time ago.

PKR wants S’wak govt to resolve Bakun Dam problems first

If they remain unresolved, the state government will not have the backing of Sarawakians for the Trusam dam project, says PKR's Baru Bian

Trusan dam project against Adenan’s no-mega dams policy, says NGO

Save Sarawak's Rivers Network (Save Rivers) reminds CM Abang Johari of his statement that he would continue the legacy of his predecessor, the late Adenan Satem, while forging a new economic model for Sarawak.

Trusan dam project against Adenan’s no-mega dams policy, says NGO

Save Sarawak's Rivers Network (Save Rivers) reminds CM Abang Johari of his statement that he would continue the legacy of his predecessor, the late Adenan Satem, while forging a new economic model for Sarawak.

Abang Johari: New leaders to be guided by PBB tradition

Sarawak chief minister says he will continue with policies of former CM Adenan Satem who brought a big victory to PBB and Barisan Nasional (BN).

A case of unequal partners, says SUPP president

Sarawak has lost out on much of the progress that the other states in Malaysia have achieved, says Dr Sim Kui Han of SUPP.

GE14: Sarawak BN to focus on bread and butter issues

Deputy Chief Minister Douglas Uggah says he is not taking the people’s support for granted and is going to the ground frequently.

Money can’t win elections, says Sarawak minister

SUPP president Dr Sim Kui Hian says GE14 outcome will depend on how people perceive state BN's performance.

Sending legal team to UK over MA63 not ‘foreign interference’

SUPP leader dismisses Amanah's suggestion on Sarawak government's actions, saying it is only to get to the source of documents that led to the Malaysia Agreement 1963.

Sarawak to form state company for oil and gas exploration

Abang Johari Openg says company will collaborate with Petronas which is agreeable to the proposal to conduct joint explorations in Sarawak’s territorial waters.

Sarawak government sets up non-Islamic affairs unit

The unit will help non-Islamic religious bodies to liaise and interact with state or federal government agencies, aside from proposing and formulating policies.

Adenan’s widow pledges to carry on his legacy

Tanjong Datu assemblyperson Jamilah Anu pays tearful tribute to husband, whose shoes she must now fill, says report.

Sarawak minister slams DAP chief for playing racial card

Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah says Sarawak DAP chairman Chong Chieng Jen should realise state cabinet reflects state election results.

Memorial dinner to honour Adenan Satem

PBB will also honour governor Abdul Taib Mahmud and former deputy president Alfred Jabu Numpang.

‘Misleading to say Petronas cannot afford higher royalty now’

Sarawak PKR leader says Malaysians should not be misled into thinking that the global oil price slump has caused Petronas to suffer.

Sarawak land rights forum to be held in honour of late...

Organisers say the forum, to be held this Sunday, will focus on empowering Sarawakian rights, not partisan politics.

DAP: Oil royalty decision is with cabinet, not Petronas

Sarawak DAP leader Chong Chieng Jen says BN backbencher chairman should have saved his stern words demanding oil royalty for federal ministers, not Petronas.

PKR: Sarawak CM committed to resolving land code issue

Opposition leaders paying Abang Johari a courtesy call leave with the assurance that the deputy chief minister is looking into the matter.

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