Awang Azman Awang Pawi says Sarawakians expect relations between the state and peninsula to be like devolved administrations in the UK.
The Malaysian Employers Federation says incentives will encourage employers to recruit more young people with no work experience.
As Islam is the religion of the federation, those who control the ‘mind and muscle’ of corporate entities must be subject to Islamic laws, says lawyer Sulaiman Abdullah in book seizure case involving Zaid’s son.
Saying both states were given certain rights as conditions for forming Malaysia, Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi suggests the establishment of a judicial committee to handle conflicts between civil and shariah laws.
Instead of giving people the tools to resolve their own problems through their own means, the Federal Government has taken the role of a nanny that assumes she knows best.
Opposition alliance claims people in Sabah and Sarawak are all talking about the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Federation of Private Medical Practitioners’ Associations Malaysia urges health ministry to allow newly-graduated doctors to work as assistants to doctors while waiting for houseman placements.