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Musa flies back from Kota Kinabalu to KL

The newly sworn-in Sungai Sibuga assemblyman took a private Bombardier jet at 10pm, the same aircraft he landed in earlier today at 12.30pm.

‘Police SOP requires Musa to be seen by govt doctor’

Deputy home minister Azis Jamman says investigation of Musa Aman, even while he receives treatment, will be according to standard operating procedures.

Shafie has no right to comment on Musa’s swearing-in, says activist

Zulkarnain Mahdar says only the Sabah state assembly speaker can tell former chief minister Musa Aman when to be sworn in as state assemblyman.

Police to give time to Musa to recover before recording statement

Former Sabah chief minister is wanted by police to help in investigations into criminal intimidation threats made against the Sabah head of state.

Work together to boost Sabah’s GDP, timber players told

Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Wilfred Madius Tangau urges upstream and downstream timber players to complement each other's strengths.

Why team up with your bully, Upko mocks Sabah parties

The party's communications and multimedia chief Felix Saang says PBS and STAR have always claimed that they were bullied by Umno.

Is Azmin serious about making Anwar PM, asks PKR vice-president candidate

Sungai Siput MP S Kesavan says Mohamed Azmin Ali never publicly declared his support for PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim as the next prime minister.

E-voting: Don’t reveal software developer’s identity, Rafizi agrees

The PKR vice-president, who is contesting the deputy presidency in the upcoming polls, says divulging the developer's identity could lead to interference in the election.

Sabah activists agree 100 days too short for fair assessment

However, they stand firm in their belief that projects such as the Tanjung Aru Eco Development and Papar Dam should be stopped.

100 days: Warisan-led govt inconsistent, says opposition rep

PBS’ Kiulu assemblyman Joniston Bangkuai says the new state government doesn't seem to know what it is doing.

‘No SST on materials doesn’t mean housing prices will drop’

A Sabah developers association says although the cost of construction will go down, there will not be any drastic reduction in overall housing prices.

Sabah wants to reduce delays in development projects

Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says the Central Board, in charge of approving such projects, may be dismantled.

We have done well despite financial challenges, says Shafie

The chief minister is confident of putting Sabah on the right footing “in a year or year and a half”.

Little-known Sabah company makes it big time after Hollywood actor flashes...

Nayan Co shoots to fame after Thomas Grant Gustin is spotted wearing a watch given to him by one of its co-founders.

Gabungan Bersatu Sabah: Final nail in the coffin for state Umno?

Analysts say Gabungan Bersatu Sabah, a new political bloc comprising opposition parties, may lead to the dissolution of Umno in the state.

2 more BN reps seek to strike out election petitions

The election petitions were filed against Umno’s Kimanis MP Anifah Aman and PBS’ Kiulu assemblyman Joniston Bangkuai.

Rising number of elephant deaths disturbing, says Sabah DCM

In latest incident, tourist boat stumbles upon the carcass of a baby elephant during a cruise in Kinabatangan River.

UMS rubbishes cover-up claim in alleged rape attempt by guard

The university says it reported the alleged incident immediately to the police after learning about it and has since sacked the suspect.

Liew denies issuing fake MyKads

The de facto law minister slams 'false' report by a Sabah-based news portal.

Bird flu fears: Minister says enough chickens for festivity

State veterinary department confirmed a third case of the disease in Tuaran.

State speaker to decide on Musa’s request for delay in swearing-in

The former chief minister had written to the speaker asking for an extension of time to be sworn in as Sungai Sibuga rep.

Opposition reps grill govt over new Sabah water department head

Chief Minister Shafie Apdal says the appointment of the new director is part of a shake-up at the department, which he describes as 'highly corrupted'.

Sabah ICs: Show same resolve as Dompok, activist tells Upko man

Former Upko Youth chief Arthur Sen says party founder Bernard Dompok was even willing to resign from his position as a federal minister if the RCI into Projek IC was not carried out.

Sabah MCA backs party’s decision to ditch BN logo

State MCA secretary Chew Kok Woh said Sabah MCA fully supported the use of its own symbol in the upcoming Balakong by-election.

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