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Who’s a Sabah native? Decision still long way off, says deputy CM
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is not in a rush to amend the Interpretation (Definition of Native) Ordinance despite the issue being pushed by several groups for some time now.
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The life and legacy of BJ Habibie
HE was a quintessential product of Suharto’s “New Order”. He had been a loyal two decade-long Cabinet minister and a much promoted, admired and protected protégé.
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Moving beyond colonial capitals
SEPTMEBER 1 — Indonesia seems to be serious about moving its capital.
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Malaysia is home to all Malaysians, and has been since 1963
LETTER | Amidst growing ethno-religious tensions, Gabungan Bertindak Malaysia (GBM) underlines that Malaysia is home to all Malaysians since 1963.
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Chinese presence in Malaysia dates back to time immemorial, Zakir Naik told
MELAKA: The Baba and Nyonya community has reminded controversial preacher Zakir Naik that the Cheng Hoon Teng temple here proves that the Chinese presence in Malaysia dates back to time immemorial.
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Perak constitution does not recognise customary land
IPOH (July 30): Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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Perak has no customary land for Orang Asli: MB
IPOH: Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu (pix).
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‘Adat’ land not in state constitution, says Perak MB
IPOH: The Perak state constitition does not provide for customary land (tanah adat) for any indigeneous or ethnic group, including the Orang Asli, according to the menteri besar, Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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State constitution does not recognise customary land - Perak MB
Perak has no customary land (tanah adat) for any ethnic group including the Orang Asli, said Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu.
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Cultural confidence and mutual trust
COMMENT | I congratulate the SJKC Chung Hua Klang School Board for the completion of the impressive multipurpose school hall and building.
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Negri’s experience of federalism
FEDERALISM has featured in ongoing reforms such as the new Par­liamentary Committee on Federal-State Relations and the promise to fulfil the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
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Cultural dances of Malaysia
By Sharil Tarmize Who doesn’t love dancing?
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Let’s talk about the ‘other Malays’
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Matriculation: The academician should have dissected the issues deeper
LETTER | I’m writing this in response to the letter “Matriculation quota: Respect the Federal Constitution” by Associate Professor Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli.
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Sandakan voters have a mind of their own
SANDAKAN: The people of San­dakan are set to cast their votes in the first by-election to be held in Sabah after Parti Warisan Sabah and Pakatan Harapan’s DAP and PKR took the state government from Barisan Nasional a year ago.
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Keeping the sounds of kompang alive
MUAR: When you hear the beat of the kompang in a village or housing area, you know that a Malay wedding is under way.
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Grassroots, a village fund and the Javanese identity
MUHAMMAD Rofiqul A’la is a jovial and portly thirty-nine year old farmer and kyai (or ustaz) from Jember in the densely populated province of East Java.
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Mositun: State Ordinance clearly defines who is native in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Cultural identity and ethnicity should not be confused with privileges when debating the status of the Bugis and Javanese people in Sabah, says Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) vice president Datuk Johnny Mositun.
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Stop using the racial card to gain political mileage, Sabah govt told
KOTA KINABALU: A local NGO for the rights of the Sabah natives has urged the state government to take care of Sabah’s original natives instead of playing politics with the Bugis and Javanese.
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Bugis and Javanese as natives: Upko youth leader opposes any such plan
KOTA KINABALU: Upko, Warisan’s ally in the state government, has sternly objected to any idea of classifying Bugis and Javanese as natives of Sabah.
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Appointing Javanese, Bugis as village leaders - Sabah to study all aspects, says Shafie
The Sabah government will look for the best approach for the appointment of people from the Javanese and Bugis communities as village-level leaders, Chief Minister Mohd Shafie Apdal said.
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Sabah looking at ways to allow for Bugis, Javanese representation
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah will look into the possibility of accommodating Bugis and Javanese representatives in similar ways that kapitans represent the Chinese community, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
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Shafie says study needed on proposal to expand ‘natives’ status
KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Shafie Apdal said the Sabah government will study various aspects of a proposal to recognise the Javanese and Bugis communities as natives He said the proposal must be sc...
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Jeffrey takes Warisan to task for distancing from state minister’s call on natives
KOTA KINABALU: A Sabah opposition leader has taken the Warisan-led government to task for distancing itself from a state minister’s call to extend the “anak negeri” or native status to the Bugis...
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I never said it, declares Sabah minister as ‘native’ row heats up
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Law and Native Affairs Minister Aidi Moktar has denied saying the state government will recognise the Bugis and Javanese as natives of the state.
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Minister denies proposal on Bugis and Javanese as natives
KOTA KINABALU: State Law and Native Affairs Minister Datuk Aidi Moktar, who is under fire for allegedly proposing that Bugis and Javanese people be made natives of Sabah, said it was up to the state government to recognise these two groups of people.
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PBS calls for referendum on plan to extend Sabah native status to Javanese, Bugis
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition party PBS today urged the state government to hold a referendum over its plan to recognise people of Bugis and Javanese descent as natives, and accused the Warisan-led ...
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Sabah native status of Bugis and Javanese not up to me, says state minister
KOTA KINABALU: State Law and Native Affairs Minister Datuk Aidi Moktar, who has come under fire for allegedly proposing that Bugis and Javanese people be made natives of Sabah, says the decision on the matter is up to the state government.
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Aidi's statement on Bugis, Javanese as Sabah natives is not Warisan's stand, says Padua
KOTA KINABALU: A state Cabinet minister's statement that the Sabah government would consider including ethnic Bugis and Javanese as Sabah natives is not a policy stand of the ruling Parti Warisan Sabah, says Warisan secretary-general Loretto Padua.
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When old men write ‘open letters’
JANUARY 7 — Writing “open letters” seems to be the hobby  du jour  — but perhaps particularly among old men of religious backgrounds.
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Safiah Satay goes from roadside stall to corridors of power
GOMBAK: When Safiah Rafie started selling satay at a small roadside stall in Bukit Bintang in 1992, it was out of necessity to make ends meet.
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