Three Middle-Eastern Men, Local Woman Remanded over Cyberjaya Hit-and-Run Death

Police have obtained a four-day remand order on Friday (Oct 19) against the four suspects arrested in connection with the hit-and-run incident in Cyberjaya.

Canadian Preacher Starts Bankruptcy Proceedings Against Zamihan

Qatar-based Canadian preacher Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips has initiated bankruptcy proceedings against local preacher Zamihan Mat Zin, just months after the duo came to a settlement over a defamation lawsuit.

Five EC Members Quit, Bersih Wants Remaining EC Commissioner to Resign

Five Election Commission (EC) members, including deputy chairman Othman Mahmood, will vacate their positions on Jan 1 next year, said chairman Azhar Azizan Harun.

RMK11 Midterm Review Highlights

Malaysia today unveiled new economic forecasts and goals in its mid-term review of the five-year development plan covering 2016 to 2020.

Bung Moktar Escapes Punishment After Apologising for F-Word

Controversial Kinabatangan lawmaker Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin has managed to escape parliamentary punishment for using the F-word in the Dewan Rakyat two months ago, after he issued an apology.

British Woman Allegedly Stabbed Husband to Death in Langkawi

A British woman was remanded for seven days to facilitate investigations for allegedly stabbing her husband to death in Langkawi on Thursday (Oct 18) morning.

Support for Third Bridge, Crooked Bridge Not a Priority

There is more support for the third bridge to Singapore, with the crooked bridge not viewed a priority.

No Plans to Scrap MRT Feeder Buses, Replace with Grab

Taxi drivers demand to see Guan Eng within 24 hours over Grab's 'preferential treatment'.

Batu Kawan MP Gives Ismaweb 48-Hour Ultimatum to Retract Article, Apologise

Batu Kawan MP Kasthuri Patto is giving the Ismaweb portal 48 hours to retract an article that accuses her of insulting Islam during a Parliament...

Four Cars Seized from Jamal Yunos After Failing to Pay Security...

Security company gives Jamal 14 days to settle debt or vehicles will be auctioned.

LRT3 Project Proceeds at Almost Half the Original Cost

Responding to Guan Eng's call for a drastic cost reduction to make the project feasible and cost-effective.

Minister Meets with Protesters Outside Parliament over Minimum Wage

More than 100 workers marched to Parliament today to voice their unhappiness with the government’s meager hike that raised the minimum wage to just RM1,050 monthly.

Politicians will Not be Recommended for FT Day Awards

The Federal Territories Ministry will not recommend politicians for awards in conjunction with Federal Territories Day next year, says minister Khalid Abdul Samad on Wednesday (Oct 17).

14 Proposals Received from Private Sector on Third National Car

Dr Mahathir finds an ally in BN on third national car.

Report to be Lodged Against Revellers in ‘Underwear Party’ Along Melaka...

Semi-nude revellers who were caught on video partying along the banks of the Melaka River may soon find themselves in hot water.




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