Monthly Archives: February 2011

Rosmah: When Najib says I sit, I sit lah!

By Jimaidie Shah Othman Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak’s wife Rosmah Mansor defended herself against what she called opposition “lies” about her, during an unlikely by-election appearance at the all-important Felda settlements in Kerdau today. Hitting the campaign trail to … Continue reading

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The bouquets go to Kit Siang’s wife

IPOH – Despite it being DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang’s 70th birthday bash, it was his wife who stole the limelight. Known for keeping a low profile, Neo Yoke Tee was praised by DAP members for her support and role … Continue reading

Posted in DAP Updates

Clare returns fire at Malaysian authories

By Mariam Mokhtar Clare Rewcastle Brown, the founder of Radio Free Sarawak and the author of the Sarawak Report blog, has returned fire at Malaysian authorities who said her radio broadcasts were illegal and accused her to trying to stir up … Continue reading

Posted in Corruption, Sarawak Report, The Taib family

NCR land: Bian invites Taib to open debate

By Joseph Tawie KUCHING – Chief Minister Taib Mahmud has been challenged to an open debate to clear the confusion over the native customary rights (NCR) land and allegations that the state government is “robbing” natives of their lands. Sarawak … Continue reading

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Sarawak BN may fall like Berlin Wall, says British anti-Taib crusader

By Shannon Teoh Barisan Nasional (BN) has held on to power in Sarawak through intimidation, but could still fall just like the Iron Curtain and Berlin Wall, said the sister-in-law of former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown who has turned … Continue reading

Posted in Sarawak, Sarawak Report

Concern over rising rate of leasing out NCR lands

By Stephen Tiong Sarawak PKR information chief See Chee How said the opposition parties and human rights groups were concerned at the accelerated rate of leasing out NCR lands to plantation companies since last year. “We want to find out … Continue reading

Posted in PKR Updates, Sarawak

Yes, ROS should respect people’s right to form societies

By Paul Sir THE declaration by the National Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) that Malaysians should be allowed to form groups of their choice must be applauded. I’m glad to read the statement from Suhakam chairman Tan Sri Hasmy … Continue reading

Posted in Barisan Nasional, Here and There