Concern raised over Sabah govt’s decision to proceed with Papar Dam project The Sabah government should reconsider its decision to proceed with the Papar Dam project and find other alternatives to solve water and power shortage in the state, says Penampang Bersatu Chief Senator Datuk John Ambrose.— The Borneo Post Govt needs to focus on ecosystem, people on digitisation plan: Apec When it comes to digitisation, there is much to be done by the government, says executive director of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) secretariat Tan Sri Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria.She said the government should focus on the ecosystem as well as the people, as digitisation is not only about system.— The Sun Daily Mahathir’s call for a mega-Malay party puts leadership transition in tatters Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad is supposed to announce a timeline for the leadership transition plans within the Pakatan Harapan party, but instead called for the formation of a mega-Malay party.— The Independent Sarawak government has not officially responded to RM1b loan offer: MOF The Sarawak state government has yet to provide any official feedback to the federal government on the proposed loan offe...