Debt collectors are resorting to scams to intimidate victims.
Former senior lawyer VK Lingam was sentenced in absentia to six months in jail for contempt.
An investigating officer in Pastor Raymond Koh's investigation claims there is no footage from cameras along the possible routes taken by Koh's abductors because the cameras were not functioning.
Lee Kuan Yew's grandson appoints lawyer for contempt case brought against him by the Singapore attorney-general's office.
India says the legal process for Zakir Naik's extradition from Malaysia is almost done.
Saudi graft inquiry spreads beyond borders as UAE examines bank accounts.
Lawyer N Surendran and Bersih's Maria Chin question the police probe on Ambiga.
Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo admits Dubai arrest but denies it's for drugs.
The Perlis mufti has posed the question of whether an extremist can rehabilitate extremists.
Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos says Datuk Zuraida Kamaruddin lied about his apology to her and has filed a defamation suit against her.
Lesser durians passed off as Musang King, a false rumour of storm in Penang in the next two days, and a man possessing 817 cloned credit cards arrested.
The Deputy Prime Minister said controversial preacher Zamihan Mat Zain is an asset and successful in rehabilitating IS militants.
A fake WhatsApp was downloaded more than one million times before it was erased from Google Play Store.