Tag: Peninsular Malaysia
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah expresses shock that the German cultural fest has become an issue in the Peninsular.
The DAP veteran says all of the other accusations levelled against him pale in comparison with Hanif Omar's claim that he wanted to split Peninsular Malaysia along racial lines.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department reminds West Malaysians that aside from the country's three main races, there are other ethnic communities in Sabah and Sarawak.
The deputy prime minister says she will meet with, among others, officials from the Social Welfare Department and the Shariah Court.
SAPP’s Richard Yong says Sabahans suffered from poor infrastructure and drain of revenue from resources when Mahathir was prime minister.
SAPP’s Melanie Chia says DAP had previously fielded several candidates in Sabah who changed parties to the chagrin of voters.
Sarawak minister says former PM only wanted to 'squeeze' resources from the Borneo states to support his projects in the peninsula.
BN leaders blast former PM for pointing finger at “greedy” politicians and complacent people as the reasons for less development in Sarawak and Sabah.
The system will make bidding more transparent, convenient and efficient.
SAPP president says Umno’s hold on state government can be broken if Sabah parties form a combined force against the ‘Malaya-based’ outfit.
The Malaysian meteorological department has forecast 4 to 5 incidences of heavy rain during monsoon season in the east coast, Sabah and Sarawak until March 2018.
Selangor MB says any submission of the redelineation report for peninsular Malaysia to the prime minister by the EC will be illegal if it does not include Selangor.
Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah tells Petronas they must give priority to Sarawakians when filling vacancies in their company in the state.
NGO says opportunities to fill vacancies in Petronas Sarawak should be given to Sarawakians before the firm begins recruiting Peninsular Malaysians.
Activist Adrian Lim says save for urban areas, the Opposition lost in rural areas in Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak in GE13.
This is after the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) slapped an alert on shrimp and prawns from Peninsular Malaysia after detecting banned antibiotics in it.