COMMENT | ‘We will oppose any attempt to strike a deal with him.’
YOURSAY | ‘When will the White Rajah of Sarawak be hauled in?’
The Bangsar-based firm Tatum claims it is owed this sum for work on the Bukit Tunku unit.
Jamilah Taib's company wants the NGO to remove 'false and defamatory allegations from the public domain'.
CM's office says this in reference to an article by Sarawak Report on the matter.
Chong Chieng Jen says S'wak’s ‘BN 2.0' will still be a foe regardless of Dr M’s soft stance.
COMMENT | The former Sarawak CM has been touted to be the richest individual in Malaysia.
In response to Dr M saying that reports must be lodged against Taib, Francis Siah notes that he did that 7 years ago.
The group had carried placards and demanded that the governor be probed for corruption.
MOCS' Francis Siah calls on MACC to raid the former CM's properties as they had done Najib.
INTERVIEW | Clare Rewcastle-Brown says the new government is aware it will be accused of double standards if it does not act.
YOURSAY | Rich in wealth, poor in character. End of the day, despised by decent folks.
The Bruno Manser Fund says the probe must focus on his unexplained wealth.
Dr M replies to a question whether the govt will probe corruption regarding the Sarawakian government.
Otherwise, she says, the new government is no different than its predecessor.
EXCLUSIVE | The governor is expected to summon the chief minister for an audience either today or tomorrow.
UPDATED 1.16PM | Bruno Manser Fonds wants Canadian firms to reveal alleged corrupt money trail.
The Taib dynasty is back in the news, and still nothing on MACC's 2011 probe.
He receives his instrument of appointment from the Agong at Istana Negara.
Sarawak’s fourth Chief Minister Abdul Taib Mahmud says 'that decision' had brought many benefits to Sarawak.
Bruno Manser Fund's report says the Taibs' Canadian property business is worth RM664 million.
Company claims decision to revoke the licence was politically motivated, following an incident known as ‘Ming Court Affair’.
State cabinet members and assistant ministers receive their letters of appointment from Taib.
Adenan was Taib’s successor when the latter stepped down as CM in 2014.
It acted after coming under fire for the past two years over its dealings with the former Sarawak CM.