Sibu incumbent Oscar Ling says an MP representing BN will only become a yes-man in Parliament.
Independent candidate Jufazli Shi Ahmad switches seats to take on Sabah BN top gun Raymond Tan and a DAP candidate.
Sabah BN chief says it's normal for leaders to pay frequent visits because Sabah is a large state.
Lawatan lebih dari sekali oleh kepimpinan BN ke Sabah perkara biasa dalam tempoh ini memandangkan saiz negeri itu, kata ketua BN Sabah.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says court is wrong in saying issue has become academic because Parliament has been dissolved.
Sepanggar Warisan candidate Mohd Azis Jamman concedes he'd fare better if incumbent Sepanggar MP Jumat Idris had decided to leave Umno and join Warisan, but is nonetheless confident he will win.
They claim they have become disillusioned with the way party is moving, resulting in them losing confidence in the leaders.
Political scientist says the chances would only improve if Shafie himself can unite the Kadazandusun and Bajau communities.
Party president Yong Teck Lee says the party will no longer underestimate smear tactics used against it, having learned a bitter lesson in the 2013 polls.
PBS vice-president Radin Malleh says the opposition's call for change could mean the return of Dr Mahathir's 'tyrannical rule' over Sabahans.
Chief Minister Musa Aman explains that communal title lands were created so that all natives can own land.
There's no Umno in Sarawak and Penang, yet these two states are doing well with plenty of benefits for the people, says Warisan president.
Ketua menteri Sabah mengakui presiden PBS mempunyai sokongan kuat di kawasan pedalaman yang akan membantu BN pada pilihan raya.
The party's deputy president Melanie Chia says there have been attempts to get into the party’s Google account.
Sabah chief minister urges party members to embrace the word, saying even PM Najib Razak now knows its significance.
Warisan secretary-general Loretto Padua Jr also denies that 1,000 Warisan members in Kimanis left the party on Sunday.
Only Pakatan Harapan can deliver what Sabah rightfully deserves, he says.
The prime minister says Shafie Apdal may hold a grudge against him because his wish to contest a state seat in Sabah was not granted five years ago.
The prime minister has promised to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate if the community gives BN a strong mandate.
The SAPP president claims voters were eager to “slaughter the kataks” (frogs).
Bekas adun Bingkor di bawah Parlimen Keningau, Justin Guka mendakwa semua parti majoriti KDM dari BN dan 2 parti pembangkang lebih mementingkan kuasa daripada keperitan rakyat.
State Umno chief and Sabah CM Musa Aman received 754 membership forms from Warisan members who left the party to join Umno.
Pairin’s brother-in-law Justin Alip says times have changed and the wishes and aspirations of the public need to be heeded.
He is confident despite facing a challenged from Parti Warisan Sabah president Mohd Shafie Apdal.