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S’wak state assembly gets leave to appeal court’s decision

KUCHING: The Federal Court has granted the Sarawak state legislative assembly’s application for leave to appeal against the decision of the High Court and the Court of Appeal on the disqualification of Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon due to his dual citizenship.

Federal Court allows appeal over decision declaring DAP rep's disqualification as unlawful

KUCHING: The Federal Court has granted leave to the Sarawak Speaker, state legislative assembly and Datuk Seri Wong Soon Koh to appeal against the decision that the state legislature's disqualification of DAP's Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon was unlawful

DAP rep wants PAC to probe Amanah Saham Sarawak

KUCHING (Bernama): Pujut assemblyman Dr Ting Tiong Choon has recommended that the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) conduct a full investigation into Amanah Saham Sarawak, a Sarawak government-linked investment holding company.

Growing from strength to strength

IT was just like old times. Datuk Dr Thed Cor Yong, 56, and his band of “brothers and sisters” had arrived “home”, at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC), Kuala Lumpur.

Aiming to wrestle back seat, SUPP sets up service hotline in Pujut

MIRI: Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) in Miri has set up a public service hotline in the "hot seat" of Pujut state constituency.

A fresh look for MCA

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has become the new MCA president, with Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon as his deputy in a landslide victory.

MCA Youth gets first female chief

KUALA LUMPUR: Nicole Wong Siaw Ting has made history, becoming the first female MCA Youth chairman.

Nicole Wong becomes first female MCA Youth chairman in its 63-year history

KUALA LUMPUR: Nicole Wong Siaw Ting, 38, made history as the first female MCA Youth chairman.

Four motions received for next week’s state assembly session

KUCHING: A motion proposing that ministers pay RM10 for each day of delay in answering questions after the last sitting day is set to be raised in the Sarawak Legislative Assembly.