The 'grey' zone of traditional Chinese medicine in treating Covid-19
While practitioners call for formal endorsement from the government, health authorities say TCM lacks the proper trials and scientific evidence to prove the efficacy of herbal remedies for Covid-19.
Puncak Borneo MP Willie Mongin accepted into PBB
PBB president Abang Johari Openg says there are no conditions attached to his membership.
As freeze on workers lifts, Indonesians head to Sarawak in hope of a better life
They say they are willing to do anything as long as they can earn enough to provide for their families back home.
Economy is tough, no birthday ads needed, Sarawak premier says
Abang Johari Openg nevertheless thanks well-wishers on the occasion of his 72nd birthday.
Dewan Rakyat to focus on proposal for new agreement to replace MA63
Questions will also be raised about the economic downturn and the depreciation of the ringgit.
Sarawak's demands part of nation-building, not an exit call, analysts say
They say Sarawak is only seeking to protect its interests under the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Covid-19 brings silver lining for Sarawak's traditional medicine shops
But a lack of local herb production means a heavy reliance on imported goods.
Sarawak industry players warn of project delays as Indonesia's worker freeze adds to labour woes
Without a boost in labour, they say, economic recovery will be at risk.
Sarawak tells why it wants its man at LHDN
It says a seat at the federal tax agency was agreed on by all parties at the formation of Malaysia, as one of the safeguards for the state.
Why even mention new Malaysia Agreement, Abang Johari asks
The Sarawak premier says a new agreement would invalidate the existing deal and place the formation of Malaysia in question.
Sarawak's keringkam weavers keep golden tradition alive
Each delicate headscarf can cost thousands of ringgit, but the care and work that go into making them is priceless.
Negotiate, don’t throw out entire deal, Wan Junaidi says on BN proposal for new Malaysia Agreement
The law minister says the Malaysia Agreement 1963 already has all of the guidelines on what should be given to Sabah and Sarawak.