By Joseph Tawie
KUCHING: Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak's proposal of a mobile boat clinic to service the rural areas in Sarawak is being viewed with scepticism.
By Queville ToKOTA KINABALU: DAP Kota Kinabalu MP Hiew King Cheu wants the Election Commission (EC) to allow Malaysian citizens living abroad to register as “absent voters” and participate in the next general election.
By Queville ToKOTA KINABALU: The state government's reluctance to lift the freeze on the issuance of “native certificates” has come under scrutiny by opposition politicians.
BY FMT StaffTUARAN: The Barisan Nasional government in Sabah is in no hurry to indulge the opposition'sc incessant bandying of the “native” issue and its demand to reinstate the native certificates which was put on freeze by the Berjaya government in 1982.
BY FMT StaffKUCHING: Security guard, Toni bin Bahram, is a native from Simujan. He moved to Kuching with his wife and seven children way back in 1985, seeking a life less riddled with poverty. After all, word was that Bumiputeras received “special privileges from the (Barisan Nasional) government”.
By FMT StaffKOTA KINABALU: The controversy surrounding the status of children of mixed parentage has resulted in an upsurge of parents and their offspring heading to Commissioners of Oath to attest that they are “Sino-Kadazans” and not “Sino-natives”.
Page 1 of 138