Over 200 teachers failed to report or rejected Sarawak placements, says education ministry
This is from the total of 3,227 one-off, specially recruited teachers.
One-third parliamentary seats for Sabah, Sarawak still under discussion, says DPM
Fadillah Yusof says the process will take several years to complete.
Sarawak traders lodge police reports over fake RM20 notes
Fourteen traders claim they were approached by a woman who paid them in counterfeit notes.
MA63 must be respected and fulfilled, says PM
Anwar Ibrahim speaks on his first working visit to Sarawak as prime minister.
Govt to look into increasing High Court judge posts for Sabah, Sarawak
Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim says this is in light of a rise in the number of cases in these states.
Change of status to regions not yet gazetted, says Sarawak premier
Abang Johari Openg says the matter is still at the proposal stage.
Sabah and Sarawak now regions, no longer states, says Zahid
The deputy prime minister says the government has 'a considerable legal and moral obligation towards Sabah and Sarawak'.
DAP man calls for transparency from Sarawak govt after Serba Dinamik wind-up
Dr Kelvin Yii notes the 'significant shares' held in the company by the state government.
Tough for Sabah to follow Sarawak, analysts say on local rule
They say that Sabah will face hurdles in following in Sarawak's footsteps despite the long-standing slogan of 'Sabah for Sabahans'.
The music of Christmas on a sape
Professional sape player Anderson Kalang speaks about his roots and his celebration of Christmas far from his home in Miri.
From playing the guitar in church to playing the sape to the world
Anderson Kalang recalls the start of his sape career and his journey to where he is today.
Sarawak's music of Christmas in the heart of KL
Sape player Anderson Kalang has won numerous accolades but is happy just playing on the streets for people to hear.