Free Malaysia Today: Rights of Christians in Sabah will be protected, says Upko leader

He says religious leaders, especially from the Sidang Injil Borneo church, should not be unduly worried about their rights. Wilfred Madius Tangau (right) and Sabah SIB president Rev Jerry Dusing (second left) visiting the Borneo Theological Seminary library. KOTA KINABALU: A Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) leader has assured Christians in the state that their rightsContinue reading “Free Malaysia Today: Rights of Christians in Sabah will be protected, says Upko leader”

From Raw to Treated – Water a Precious Commodity

As a people’s representative, an issue very close to my heart is the accessibility of treated water to domestic consumers especially in the outbacks. World Water Day, designated by the United Nations, is celebrated every 22nd March to promote water related issues – universal access to clean water, and managing freshwater resources sustainably.   AccordingContinue reading “From Raw to Treated – Water a Precious Commodity”

Free Malaysia Today: Sabah water supply project expanded to cover more villages

The project under the rural and regional development ministry will now cost RM16.6 million more but Tuaran MP says more villages will get to enjoy clean water. Under the original plan, only about 3,000 people in 10 villages along Jalan Tamparuli-Ranau would have benefited from the project, which has an approved budget of RM26.3 million.Continue reading “Free Malaysia Today: Sabah water supply project expanded to cover more villages”

Daily Express: RM50k ‘ang pow’ for 24 Tuaran Chinese bodies

Tuaran: Twenty-four Chinese organisations in the district were all smiles Friday when they received an early “ang pow” from Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau. The Upko supremo set the mood for the Chinese New Year celebrations with a contribution of RM50,000 to the organisations as well as eight lion and three dragon headsContinue reading “Daily Express: RM50k ‘ang pow’ for 24 Tuaran Chinese bodies”

The Star: Tangau: Upko all geared up recapture Penampang seat in GE14

KOTA KINABALU: The United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) is all geared up to win back the Penampang parliamentary seat, which it lost to the opposition in the 13th General Election. Acting president Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau said all party machineries are in place and they were now more confident of taking the seatContinue reading “The Star: Tangau: Upko all geared up recapture Penampang seat in GE14”

BORNEO TODAY: LOTUD LANGUAGE CENTRE IN THE WORKS; TANGAU ANNOUNCES RM250K GRANT

Tangau with family of Raymond at Kampung Dungang. The youngster will be going to work in Iraq by end of this month. TUARAN: Efforts to preserve the Lotud mother tongue received a shot-in-the-arm in the form of RM250,000 grant for the setting up of a Lotud Language Centre here. Wilfred Madius Tangau, the Science, TechnologyContinue reading “BORNEO TODAY: LOTUD LANGUAGE CENTRE IN THE WORKS; TANGAU ANNOUNCES RM250K GRANT”

NST: Upko leader finds Dr M’s candidacy amusing; opposition once wanted to send him to jail

By AVILA GERALDINE – January 7, 2018 @ 11:03pm Upko’s acting president Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau today received over 100 new membership applications from Upko Jalan Bukit Perahu branch. Photo courtesy of Upko. TAMPARULI: Having Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as Pakatan Harapan’s candidate for Prime Minister is rather entertaining according to United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko).Continue reading “NST: Upko leader finds Dr M’s candidacy amusing; opposition once wanted to send him to jail”

Tackling the jobless youth woe in Sabah

  Jeju Island and Sabah will soon have one more thing in common besides having breath-taking sceneries and being a favourite among international visitors. I have always tried to bring home one good idea from each official or personal trip abroad.   During a rejuvenating vacation in Jeju in July as I have shared before,Continue reading “Tackling the jobless youth woe in Sabah”

Science and Technology in Our Backyard: Nuclear Radiation Technology for Black Pepper Posts

From the numerous National Transformation 2050 dialogues I have had with various groups in Sabah, I am heartened that many are very keen to know more about how science, technology and innovation are directly changing their livelihood for the better. This is a reasonable quest, as the application and benefits of science and technology canContinue reading “Science and Technology in Our Backyard: Nuclear Radiation Technology for Black Pepper Posts”

Capture the Benefits of Remote Sensing Technologies 

Following the tabling of the National Space Policy 2030 at the National Science Council in February, I received a number of queries about the practicality and relevance of a space policy from members of the public.   The Malaysian space policy is far from being anything like the Space Race, a technological supremacy competition betweenContinue reading “Capture the Benefits of Remote Sensing Technologies “