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Masing: Govt cannot minus Pan Borneo Highway cost from annual allocation

Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister to seek clarification on why RM16 bil taken out of annual infrastructure allocation promised by Putrajaya.

60,000 poor in Kelantan get free electricity

Federal Government allocates RM620,000 a month in electricity subsidy for homes with power usage less than RM20 a month

Gobind: Nazri wrong that Hadi’s Bill only for Kelantan

Questioning Putrajaya for tabling a 'general' provision instead of making specific reference to Kelantan alone, DAP MP says government ill-advised on Bill.

‘Fulfil S’wak election pledges or lose BN’s fixed deposit’

Sarawak BN Backbenchers Club Chairman Abdullah Saidol hopes more "solid and favourable news" will come from Putrajaya regarding rural development funds.

Hadi: Tabling of hudud bill was discussed with Putrajaya

PAS president clarifies that negotiations centred only around the tabling of the bill, and not the debate on it.

Cost of tunnel lower with Federal Gov’t help

Penang Federal Action Council chairman Zainal Abidin Osman says Public Works Department has the expertise in the field.

Govt didn’t get value for money in ERL extension

Computation of compensation claimed by ERL Sdn Bhd does not benefit and protect the interests of government, says Auditor-General's Report.

Red2Green walkers want extension to moratorium on bauxite mining

The walkers want to hand over a memorandum to Natural Resources and Environment Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar seeking an extension to the bauxite mining moratorium

Swak’s RM2.5b debt mostly for rural development

Water supply projects account for bulk of loans from Putrajaya as more resources needed due to Sarawak's vast size and scattered rural communities.

Sarawak berhutang RM2.5b sebab bangunkan luar bandar

Menteri Kewangan Kedua Sarawak, Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh berkata hutang negeri dengan Putrajaya mampu diuruskan.

Kelantan received record RM9b under 11MP

Kelantan BN head Mustapa Mohamed says this is proof of Federal Government’s commitment to develop infrastructure in the state.

Rahman: Fairness a must in seeking Sabah’s best interests

Kota Belud MP says Sabahan cabinet members are the most vocal on Sabah’s rights and that the PM never wavered in protecting Sabah’s interests.

Putrajaya must return 40% of Sabah’s net revenue, insists PKR

Federal Government constitutionally obligated to return 40% of Sabah's net revenue, regardless of how much development funds it gives to the state, says Darrel Leiking.