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KOTA KINABALU: Nominations for the state polls went smoothly in the designated centres across the state, but it was a different story as far as the candidates’ list was concerned. The state election will see multi-cornered fights, with intense battles shaping up in many areas.
KOTA KINABALU: The 16th Sabah Election on Sept 26 will see a total of 447 candidates from various parties, as well as independents, battling for 73 state seats.
KOTA KINABALU: Stateless people in Sabah must be documented so that authorities can monitor their movements and easily obtain their data when needed, says Datuk Darell Leiking.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has denied that it directed the Sabah Immigration Department to bar DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng from entering the state.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah political parties have come out criticising PAS Pasir Puteh MP Nik Muhammad Zawawi Salleh who refused to apologise for saying the Bible had been distorted.
There are two weeks to nomination day for the snap state polls fixed on September 26. The negotiations for the 73 state seats have not been finalised for Warisan Plus, the caretaker state government, and Barisan Nasional, Perikatan Nasional and Parti Bersatu Sabah, the main opposition alliance.
PETALING JAYA: A RM4.475bil contract given to Dhaya Maju LTAT Sdn Bhd for Phase 2 of the Klang Valley Double Track (KVDT2) rehabilitation project was the largest contract awarded directly by the previous Pakatan Harapan government.
PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry was responsible for awarding contracts via direct negotiations that were worth RM4.477bil during the Pakatan Harapan administration, the most of any ministry.
Tomorrow, the Kota Kinabalu High Court will rule on the "pai ulung" argument that it should hear a case to reverse the Sabah head of state’s decision to dissolve the state assembly.
FROM the Industrial Relations Act to problems at the workplace brought about by Covid-19, the country’s two main bodies representing bosses and workers have a history of being at loggerheads. But for once, the Malaysian Employers Federation (MEF) and Malaysian Trades Union Congress (MTUC) are seeing eye to eye, united by their vehement opposition to the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).