A 52-year-old man is the fifth person in Serian district to have contracted the disease.
Sarawak’s fourth Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud says 'that decision' had brought many benefits to Sarawak.
UPDATE 10.44PM | Meanwhile, Nancy says London trip won't affect talks on devolution of power.
CM Abang Johari says the team will search and study any references related to the state’s rights under the agreement.
UPDATED 2.34PM | James Masing says without Baram dam, building a road is not economically viable.
S'wak Tourism Minister Abdul Karim quotes the Tourism Tax Act as evidence for his claim.
Joint manifesto proposes 50 percent of all taxes from each state be returned to the state coffers.
UPDATED 2.20PM | Works Minister Fadillah Yusof denies there was a 'fight', views the dispute as mere 'differences in opinion'.
Sabah will consult Sarawak to find common ground against the new 'tourism tax'.
They claim the spat between Nazri and S'wak BN is a ploy to drum up support for the Pujut by-election.
After decades of foreign involvement, it's high time Sarawak starts its own exploration firm, says Sarawak PAS.
UPDATED 3.08PM | Sarawak's Tourism Promotion Board will suffice, says CM's Office and Tourism Minister Nazri Aziz agrees.
Whether from SUPP or UPP, S'wak BN sec-gen Stephen Rundi says the candidate must be 'winnable'.
"If they do not want to defer it in Semenanjung (Peninsular Malaysia), that is up to them," says Sarawak minister.
People of both states are at fault for continuing to prop up the Barisan regime.
COMMENT | In S’wak. stretches of the Ba’Kelalan-Long Semadoh road are just muddy tracks.
COMMENT | Perhaps only in theory are Sabah and Sarawak considered equal partners of the federation.
The CM says Development Bank of Sarawak will charge Putrajaya to reimburse the state.
Stephen Rundi says this is what the various water supply programmes under the 11MP, 12MP will cost.
Abang Johari isn't perturbed by DAP's claim the state's move goes against the court ruling on Ting Tiong Choon.
UPDATED 4.35PM | However, Dr Ting Tiong Choon claims he has renounced his Australian citizenship and remains a Malaysian citizen.
Two assistant ministers were also sworn in today.
But this does not apply to ships operating between Labuan and the states of Sabah and Sarawak.
Abang Johari announces his cabinet reshuffle, the first after he assumed office last January.
MALAYSIANS KINI | The KL Sape Collective wants to spread S'wakian traditional music to the city.
The state government wants an end to policy that requires all goods to enter the state through Port Klang.
They say the bill has nothing to do with empowering the syariah courts, and remain opposed to it.
Bruno Manser Fund's report says the Taibs' Canadian property business is worth RM664 million.
'We can't be going around the world. That will takes us another 80 days,' judge says in S'wak land dispute.
PAS vice-president Idris Ahmad’s statement against my urging to stop the import of West Malaysia Islamic teachers into Sarawak shows PAS’ total lack of understanding and respect for the rights of Sarawak in the Federation of Malaysia.