Recent and archived articles by Philip Golingai
But who will emerge the hero from the political song and dance in the Port Dickson by-election is anyone’s guess.
Sabah’s large number of foreigners, including illegal immigrants, isn’t merely an issue for the state. National security is at stake too.
It’s a real carnival in the sleepy seaside town as the seven-cornered Port Dickson by-election hots up.
To many, Tian Chua was the face of a historic mass movement. It took longer than he’d expected but some of the changes that people demanded back then are happening.
EXCLUSIVE: KOTA KINABALU: The resurrection of a kidnap-for-ransom group in southern Philippines – after a 21-month hiatus – is posing fresh threats to Sabah’s east coast.
The Star: How do you feel now that you’re appointed as EC chairman?
EXCLUSIVE: KUALA LUMPUR: One of the priorities incoming Election Commission chairman Azhar Harun will take is to change the public’s perception of the EC by cleaning up the electoral roll.
All kinds of rumours are spreading in Sabah now that it has two chief ministers.
SABAH and Sarawak to be put back as equal partners under MA63,” my colleague Muguntan Vanar, The Star Sabah bureau chief, WhatsApp-ed me.
It’s Malaysia Day today but many in Sabah and Sarawak feel that they have been shortchanged by the 1963 Malaysia Agreement.