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Broker Defends Private Sale of Equanimity Which May Take 24 Months

It typically takes 12 to 24 months to sell a yacht of the calibre of the Equanimity.

Hadi Agrees to Out-of-Court Settlement in Sarawak Report Suit

PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang has agreed to settle his defamation suit against Clare Rewcastle-Brown of Sarawak Report out of court.

Johor Princess Rebuts Rumours of Marriage on the Rocks, Business Deals

The news circulating on social media about the status of Johor princess Tunku Tun Aminah's marriage and her links to skincare and slimming products are not true.

Altantuya’s Son Rejected by Popular Singer Dad

The Shah Alam High Court today was told by Bayarkhuu Bayarjargal that his father had refused to take him in after his mother Altantuya Shaariibuu was murdered in 2006.

Isa Samad Fails in Bid to Have Passport Returned for Umrah

Isa Samad today failed in his application to get back his passport which had been impounded by the court.

AG: Ex-EC members Cannot Escape Punishment Despite Resignations

Outcome of the tribunal to investigate allegations of misconduct by six former EC members during GE14 not academic.

Altantuya’s Son Recounts “Lonely, Painful, Sad” Childhood After Mother’s Murder

Altantuya Shaariibuu’s son told the court today that their family went through a lot of difficulties after her death.

Securities Commission Fines Audit Firm Deloitte RM2.2M over 1MDB

The Securities Commission today slapped an RM2.2 million fine on audit firm Deloitte following an investigation over its alleged involvement in the 1MDB scandal.

A-G to Add More Muscle to High-Stakes Najib Graft Trial

Talk is rife within legal circles that the Attorney-General’s Chambers is on the cusp of adding another senior litigator from the private sector to its team for Najib Razak’s first corruption trial.

Threat to Throw Altantuya from Building

Court told that Razak Baginda wanted a son with Altantuya.

Jomo: ECRL Likely a Scheme to Cover Up 1MDB Scandal

ECRL and two pipeline projects alleged to be scams to cover up 1MDB scam.

Cousin Insists Altantuya Worked as Translator for Submarine Deal

Like another cousin, Namiraa claims to have seen photo of Altantuya, Razak Baginda and ‘Najib’.

MACC Denies Letters Asking for Bitcoin Bribes to Close Cases

The MACC has denied sending the letters that have gone viral on social media, asking for monetary payments in exchange for cases under investigation to be closed

Highest Corruption Complaints from Procurement Sector

The procurement sector recorded the highest complaints received by the MACC.

Tengku Adnan Loses Bid to Keep Passport Pending Trial

The High Court today dismissed an application by Tengku Adnan to set aside the order for him to surrender his passport to the court by increasing the bail amount.

Faizal Azumu Running for Bersatu Deputy President Post

Perak Bersatu chairman Ahmad Faizal Azumu confirms he will be running for the deputy president post in the upcoming party election.

Covid-19: 5 New Cases

Malaysia recorded only five new positive Covid-19 cases today to mark a five-day stretch for the country with single-digit new cases.

Ku Li: No Umno Backing for Muhyiddin in GE15

Umno will not support Muhyiddin Yassin if there are fresh elections.

Cradle Fund CEO Murder Trial: Nazrin’s Sister Disagrees Siblings Were Not Close

The elder sister of deceased Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan told the High Court here today she disagreed with the notion that she was not close with her younger sibling.

Penang Exco Members: MACC Did Not Question Us

The MACC today visited the offices of P Ramasamy and Zairil Khir Johari but both state executive councillors denied they were questioned by the anti-graft agency.

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