Unanimous Decision To Adopt PR’s 20% Policy On Oil

Oil revenue rebels from BN, Governor Taib’s own party, were unanimous in ditching Taib’s dated and unfair policies on Sarawak’s oil royalty by adopting a 20% policy on oil. Read more below to find out just how old this unjust policy was and why some feel that Sarawak is still getting shortchanged with...

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Scientists Present Alternative to Sarawak’s Mega-Dams

A new study by the University of Berkeley shows how Sarawak’s future lies with small-scale, local energy solutions rather than with risky and expensive large-scale hydropower. The scientists are presenting their findings at the ASEAN Renewable Energy Week in Kuala Lumpur. Read more about their findings below.  Read more on...

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Sarawak’s Land Grab Laws Must Go!

Now that Taib is no longer Chief Minister of Sarawak, the state needs to get rid of his unconstitutional land grab laws. Read more below about how Taib unconstitutionally took land from the indigenous people of Sarawak and how he treated them when they protested. Read more at Sarawak Report....

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Flipping the Bird: Sarawak Cronyism

Despite abusing his position of public office to enrich himself, his family and his associates, Taib Mahmud was chosen and became Sarawak’s governor. However, he will always be known as the chief minister who abused his public office to make himself and his family members billionaires by cutting down the Borneo...

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Sarawak’s RM559Million ‘Schools For Votes’ Scandal

A deliberate vote-buying scheme in Sarawak which was approved by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Najib Razak, and the Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister, Muhyiddin Yassinhas, been recently uncovered by Sarawak Report. Read more below to find out who else was involved in this scandal, what they did, and...

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Mega-Dams Create Economic Disaster Says Top Study

A recent study by Oxford University has found that mega-dams, like those that are being built and planned in Borneo right now, do not only negatively impact the environment and human rights but they are also almost always economically disastrous for the countries involved. Read more below to find out...

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