Frankie Poon counters opposition criticism and says Sandakan council matters were settled before Kit Siang's promise.
Yong Teck Lee says the new seat boundaries come into effect only after the State Assembly is dissolved.
Taman Sabah bertanggungjawab ke atas taman negara di Banjaran Crocker yang meliputi daerah Penampang dan Papar.
SAPP is concerned that the government made crucial decisions at the Cabinet level without consulting the relevant departments and ministries.
Sabah Progressive Party reminds DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang of his by-election announcement that Vivian Wong will head the council if she won by a big margin.
Yong Teck Lee contends that freshly-elected Sandakan MP Vivian Wong doesn’t have the clout to lead DAP's special council of federal and state ministers to revive the Sandakan economy if she remains a backbencher MP.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee challenges Deputy Chief Minister Madius Tangau to reveal the individuals who had proposed the coal-fired power plant in Sandakan.
The former Sabah chief minister says a good showing by the opposition in Sandakan will be a wake-up call to the government.
Yong Teck Lee says the only surprising thing about Raymond Tan’s joining Warisan was the long time he took to make the jump.
Ahli Majlis Tertinggi SAPP, John Stephen Dionysius berkata kerajaan tidak boleh lagi menggunakan alasan cuaca kerana sekarang hujan hampir setiap hari.
Yong Teck Lee says formation of this inter-governmental committee will allow the governments of Sabah and Sarawak to speak up without fear or favour.
Yong Teck Lee says government must set up parliamentary select committee, as demanded by MPs.
Yong Teck Lee and Tawau businessman Pang Thou Chung file a suit claiming the appointment of Amarjit Singh is unlawful.
SAPP information chief Chin Vui Kai says Warisan and PH promised to improve the condition of the roads in the state but 10 months after the general election he has yet to see any improvement.
Gabungan Sabah will fight for the rights of the state under MA63, asserts SAPP deputy president Richard Yong.
SAPP deputy president Richard Yong urges PH government to stabilise diesel prices to help boost sluggish economy.
SAPP asks Sabah government how it will handle major issues such as the Malaysia Agreement 1963 if it cannot even solve simple pothole problems in Kota Kinabalu.
SAPP vice-president Gee Tien Siong says the Sabah government should express its stand on getting back its rights as an equal partner in Malaysia under MA63.
The Sabah Progressive Party president says there is no reason not to work with other political coalitions which share the common objective for the state.
But another party, Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah, wonders what more GBS can do for Sabah rights.
SAPP president Yong Teck Lee says claiming ignorance appears to be favourite excuse of current administration.
Its president Yong Teck Lee says this will have to be done if Sabah and Sarawak are given equal status.
Parti Warisan Sabah treasurer-general Terrence Siambun gives assurance that party remains committed to its objective of restoring Sabah rights.
The rally, called “Black Sunday 10”, is held to protest the proposal by the government to provide documentation for illegal workers in the state.