KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed, in brief.
1. The government has announced that special arrangements will be made to enable those who are sick or under quarantine to vote in the Sabah state election, but those who test positive for Covid-19 will not be allowed to do so.
4. Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (Star) and Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) have agreed to a partial truce to resolve overlapping claims on state assembly constituencies in Sabah, but Star then accepted independent Inanam candidate Kenny Chua as its member and is now clashing with the PBS candidate there.
5. BN-Umno's candidate for Melalap, Jamawi Jaafar, denied allegations he was caught on video handing out money, claiming that the items he handed out were white in colour and were his campaign pamphlets.
6. MACC has arrested two security forces personnel for allegedly receiving and distributing money for buying votes for a candidate in the Sabah state election.
7. NGO Tenaganita has urged prosecutors to file fresh charges against Ambika MA Shan over the death of her domestic worker Adelina Lisao.
8. Schools in Lahad Datu are closed beginning today as Sabah continues to record more Covid-19 cases, including its seventh cluster this month. A bank branch in Kuala Lumpur was forced to shut after a staff member tested positive for Covid-19 following a visit to Lahad Datu and Semporna.
9. Suspended PKR member Daing Muhammad Reduan Bachok denied that a court case against him is for allegedly assaulting party vice-president Rafizi Ramli, but that he is claiming trial on a different charge.
10. The prosecution has filed an appeal against the acquittal of lawyer Siti Kasim over the charge of obstructing a Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) officer during a raid on a private transgender event in 2016.