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Labuan MP says long-awaited bridge to Sabah getting green light

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 23 -- The government is looking at reviving an old proposal to link Sabah and Labuan via a bridge through a privately financed initiative, Datuk Rozman Isli said. The Labuan MP sa... Read More


Report: Immigration system exploit still being used to issue Malaysian passports illegally

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept. 19 -- A bypass function in the Immigration Department's system for passport issuance remains exploited by corrupt officials and syndicates that offer Malaysian passports for sale. ... Read More


Oil royalty and MA63 still on the table, says Sabah CM

KOTA KINABALU, Sept. 19 -- Addressing disappointment felt by Sabahans at the lack of "goodies" on Malaysia Day, Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal said that the state was still in negotiatio... Read More


Ahead of climate strike, group says time for public to respond to haze crisis

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept. 19 -- A group of Malaysian professionals is calling on the public to act on the haze problem currently faced by the country by taking part in the Global Climate Strike this weekend... Read More


Your move, Wanita MCA tells Putrajaya after Indonesia raises minimum age of marriage to 19

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 18 -- Wanita MCA has lauded the move by Indonesia to increase the minimum age of marriage for women from 16 years to 19 years old, and urged Malaysia to follow suit. Its national ... Read More


Guan Eng: Putrajaya's finances still too weak to fully repay Sabah, Sarawak

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 17 -- The federal government's financial situation has not recovered enough for it to pay Sabah and Sarawak everything the two states are due, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said. ... Read More


PM suggests agriculture as way forward for Sabah, Sarawak to grow revenue

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 17 -- Sabah and Sarawak should capitalise their abundant land if they wish to raise their income, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today. When asked about the lack of b... Read More


Former Sabah decorated cop tells stories of insurgents, pirates and old Sabah in new book

KOTA KINABALU, Sept. 16 -- Retired police officer Datuk Clement Jaikul has literally taken a bullet for the country. Many times in fact. On duty in British North Borneo before the formation of Malays... Read More


Fearing deportation, axed Bangladeshi workers hide in jungles hoping for new permits

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 13 -- Migrant workers from Bangladesh who came to Malaysia for work that would give them a better life have instead taken to living in shacks in jungles and oil palm plantations to... Read More


Maritime pilots claim LNG terminal near cruise port dangerous

Kuala Lampur, Sept. 13 -- The Maritime Pilots of Malaysia (MPM) organisation is concerned that the planned Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at Pulau Indah, Port Klang is a violation of public and ... Read More