Eight of the 10 water plants in the Sri Aman division are having low water levels.
COMMENT | The proposed MA63 amendment will restore both states to their rightful place in the Federation of Malaysia.
Brolin Nicholsion describes the PAS president as an 'opportunist'.
UPDATED 11.21PM | Schools in Sarawak, Selangor, Port Dickson and Putrajaya are closed due to worsening air quality.
Problems that may arise will be resolved in the family spirit, adds the state chief minister.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad lands a subtle jab on his co-hosts at the Malaysia Day celebration in Kuching.
MP SPEAKS | He himself provides second proof that the Umno-PAS charter is really one to spread hate speech.
Both states have not been paid enough attention compared to those in the Peninsula, he says.
At M'sia Day do, the PAS president launches a broadside at the 'extremist' party.
The shelter will come complete with a health centre, boarding facilities, a cafe, and a pet-grooming centre.
UPDATED 7.26PM | Speculation is rife that the cabinet will decide on policies affecting the territories of Sabah and Sarawak.
Minister says dismissal of review bid means that key questions surrounding native customary rights remain unanswered.
Judges find no basis for new Federal Court panel to review earlier decision that native custom has no force of law.
Minister also claims haze came from Peninsular Malaysia but conceded some emerged from Kalimantan.
Indonesia will only take complaints on the haze seriously if it suffers economically, says James Masing.
The victim was one of three who went missing while fishing in Lawas.
The 12th Sarawak state election (PRN-12) which is expected to take place by the end of next year or early 2021.
State deputy education director says, however, that the UPSR will go on as scheduled.
It will be the final decision in a long-running legal battle of the indigenous communities.
Douglas Uggah Embas says, however, that this will still depend on the weather.
Numbers are still climbing, even as Met Dept looks at cloud seeding options.
In Peninsula Malaysia, Johan Setia Klang registers an API reading of 121
Abang Johari says the funds will be for houses of worship and other religious activities.
The highest reading of 204 was recorded in Kuching as at 9am.
The EMSC would enable both states to organise joint sports events, share sports facilities, and develop sports.
Praying together has been a part of religious tolerance practised in the state, says junior minister.
Sri Aman records the highest reading at 166 as at 9am this morning.
The final report will be tabled in a special cabinet committee meeting to be held in a month's time.
'We want MACC to conduct probes into the graft cases in Sarawak', says Wong King Wei.