LYNAS has been operating in Malaysia for close to nine months. One pertinent question remains: What will happen to its low-level radioactive waste? Protests are unlikely to die out as long as the answer is elusive.
Updated 12:45pm, 3 March 2010 KOTA Marudu Member of Parliament (MP) Datuk Dr Maximus @Johnity Ongkili responds to the MP Watch: Eye on Parliament, which asks all 222 MPs six questions. (Source: parlimen.gov.my) Name: Maximus @ Johnity Ongkili Constituency: Kota Marudu Party: PBS Years as MP: 1995-2004 (Bandau) 2004-present (Kota Marudu) Government position: Minister of […]
LUBOK ANTU, 6 April 2009: Voters in Batang Ai should use their wisdom to cast votes in the state seat by-election tomorrow, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili said. He said the Barisan Nasional-led government had done much to ensure that the country’s development was enjoyed by everyone, including those in Sabah […]
KOTA KINABALU, 28 Jan 2009: The state government is expected to submit the Sabah Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) Plan within the next three months, an initiative to spur the state’s information and communication technology (ICT) industry. Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Datuk Dr Maximus Ongkili said unlike in the peninsula, there were no major […]