The chief minister alleges federal agencies are changing the rules to cause delays while MACC is harassing government staff in its probe of the projects.
The Penang chief minister says the MCA is sabotaging the project and much will depend on whether the company and the contractor undertaking the project can overcome the pressure from the BN and the MACC probe into the project.
Gerakan VP Dominic Lau questions Penang government for not penalising project partner despite multiple delays in producing reports and construction start date.
Lim Guan Eng says MCA's Wee Ka Siong should look into the mirror and ask himself why work cannot proceed on Penang's infrastructure.
Penang exco man says Penang BN chairman Teng Chang Yeow 'conjuring up scandals in his mind'.
The Penang CM says the minister in the PM’s Department continues to question the viability of the project just because the shareholders have changed, and goes to state why the project is unaffected by this.
MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad says action taken in investigating graft allegations linked to sand mining activities in Selangor was done professionally and without undue interference.
Saying court proceedings in Singapore, and the US Department of Justice’s reports, can be used in investigations into 1MDB, a former state ACA chief adds there will be no overlap with any police probe as police deal with Penal Code offences.
IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says police reports have been lodged over the upside-down Indonesian flag blunder.
Wan Mohammad Ashraf Nasjaruddin says this was to stop him from asking Mahathir difficult questions.
PH chairman Mahathir Mohamad warns that BN may instigate a riot to declare a state of emergency if it loses in GE14.
Former prime minister repeats the stand he took during the Nothing to Hide forum on Sunday, which ended in chaos.
Party also publishes snippets of a video 'confession' by two of the suspected troublemakers.
One of them, aged 18, has a criminal record and is currently involved in an ongoing rape trial, sources tell a news portal.
Shah Alam district police chief Shafien Mamat says three suspects, aged 17 to 19, were arrested as Nothing to Hide 2.0 forum ends in chaos.
PPBM Youth chief says there appears to be systematic sabotage to ruin the ‘Nothing to Hide 2.0’ forum using students and to injure the PH chairman.
Court to rule tomorrow whether they should be given an outright acquittal or a discharge not amounting to an acquittal following objections from lawyers to the conditional government offer.
Federal Court’s decision today to strike out the government's defective notice of appeal means they will not be tried in the High Court where Sosma procedures apply.
Minister Wan Junaidi says investigations have found no evidence of sabotage so far, but he will not discount any possibilities.
The incident disrupted water supply to 340,000 consumers in the Klang and Petaling areas.
This is to prevent immoral activities and follows the arrest of immigration officials believed involved in sabotaging the Malaysian Immigration System (myIMMs).
IGP Khalid Abu Bakar says the officers were detained at KLIA yesterday to assist in the ongoing investigations.
Trafficking, security fears after 15 immigration officials sacked and disciplinary action against 22 more over links with syndicates.
Deputy IGP says MyKad data protected under OSA and that more Immigration officers will be investigated in relation to myIMMs sabotage.