Sociologist Denison Jayasooria urges gov't to be more sensitive to local demographics, in light of study findings.
'My datukship is not mine, but it is for MCA,' Luyang assemblyperson Hiew King Cheu says.
SPECIAL REPORT | Despite leaving Umno after more than two decades, the locals still see him as their leader.
SPECIAL REPORT | Some say the 'Shafie factor' will swing the state to Warisan’s favour.
SPECIAL REPORT | 'KL folk should not be telling us about what we want,' Shafie Apdal says in a fiery speech.
SPECIAL REPORT | Having to cope with the high cost of living, issues such as the 1MDB scandal bear little meaning.
The landslide occured at about 3.45PM.
'Believe me when I say, the people in Sabah are no strangers to change of government,' Hamzah Abdullah says
JBPM has recorded six cases of fallen trees and five landslides in Sabah.
Being a No 2 to No 2 is no giant step forward.
Businessperson said to have at least seven companies which obtained government contracts.
UPDATED 5.20PM | Hamid Apdal remanded for another five-days the day after his son-in-law is nabbed.
Incident prompts Shafie to vow to improve transport system in Sabah.
Heavy downpour since 3.30pm causes flash floods in 13 villages.
COMMENT | Even the village idiot knows that a DPM has no real power.
This is after continuous rain caused flooding in 13 villages in the Sabah district yesterday.
PBS president says former youth chief quit because he wanted to be a GE14 candidate.
Sabah MACC rides around to tell people to fight graft through their 'Kembara Jelajah Anti Rasuah' (Kejar).
UPDATED 7.50PM | Harapan promises a deputy PM from either Sabah or Sarawak should it come to power.
Prime Minister Najib Razak gives the assurance on Malaysia Day.
Cash incentive to match value of bribes above RM500, says Sabah graft-buster chief.
UPDATED 7.13PM | 'At this moment I think can we win half the number of the parliamentary seats in Sabah.'
Three packages behind schedule, two undergoing ‘pre-construction work,’ says Works Ministry.
Party info chief says aspiration to develop along with peninsular has failed to materialise.
The Sabah DAP No 2 cites irreconcilable differences with state DAP leader Stephen Wong.
He denies Sabah is marginalised, saying Najib has visited the state more times than previous PMs.
It boils down to jurisdiction, says lawyer representing the Daily Express.
UPDATED 3.20PM | Sabah and Sarawak have yet to air complaints about tourism tax revenue with me, he says.
MACC says the news of this, spread by irresponsible parties, is untrue and misleading.
Supreme council member Rosnah Rashid says this is because BN has brought 'development and growth' to the state.