Tag: Malaysia Day
The theme, ‘Love Our Malaysia: A Clean Malaysia’, stresses the importance of unity and patriotism.
State leaders of Pakatan Harapan to make recommendation to the federal cabinet.
The prime minister makes his first speech in Sabah since winning the May elections.
The prime minister skipped Sabah during the last election campaign, but hopes are high he is coming as a 'changed man'.
UiTM Sabah’s Tony Paridi Bagang says political will is needed to change the mindset of people who still see the Malaysia Day celebration as “an East Malaysian thing”.
Pakatan Harapan is reminded of its campaign promise to honour MA63.
Political scientist Rahezzal Shah Abd Karim says all Malaysians should acknowledge that both events hold significance and, therefore, celebrate both.
Theme of the Malaysia Day and National Day celebrations this year is ‘Sayangi Malaysiaku’.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak says opposition members are too emotional and will leave their parties if not 'cajoled'.
The motivation for Wong Tack to help others stems from his childhood experience of having experienced poverty and suffering himself.
'We don't want to continue to be colonised,' says Jeffrey Kitingan.
The prime minister's Malaysia Day speech today includes a promise for better rural development in the two states.
Malaysia Agreement 1963 activist remembers a true patriot who fought for the rights of Sabah.
Minister says the nation's foundation is built on the unwavering patriotism, love and trust of Malaysians.
As Sarawakians and Sabahans celebrate Malaysia Day this year, they are still hopeful for the time when they can say that they have made their dreams come true.
Feel-good factor from SEA Games and double national day celebrations - Merdeka Day and Malaysia Day - in August through September best timing, says PKR lawmaker.
Testifying in suit against Khairy Jamaluddin, Anwar says he had succeeded in obtaining sufficient support, with 30 to 40 BN MPs willing to cross over.
Chief Minister highlights defence of the state by peninsular security forces as one reason.
The longtime Borneo rights advocate calls for the Inter-Governmental Committee (IGC) to deliberate on the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).
Anita Yusof rides solo on a high-powered motorcycle as part of her 'Global Dream Ride' mission on Sept 13, last year.
Najib Razak says the National Transformation Programme has formed the basis of the solid structure of the national economy.
Let us hope that children realise how their friendships form the foundation for what many of us dream of for the Malaysia of the future.
IGP also says police are hunting down more suspects involved in Ibrahim Sahib Ansar's assault.
The G25 needs to expand its membership, and not only among leading non-political Malay leaders, but to non-Malays and the moderates in Sabah and Sarawak too.
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