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Anwar chides cabinet over lack of plan to fight Covid-19

Anwar Ibrahim has taken the PN government to task for not having a clear plan to contain the Covid-19 pandemic after imposing a MCO.

High Court sets Feb 4 to decide on Muda’s application for...

AGC objects to Muda’s application to challenge RoS’ decision to reject its registration.

MOH staff continues to soldier on in fighting Covid-19 pandemic

It has been a year since Covid-19 hit the country, yet the staff of the Ministry of Health (MOH) are still committed and working tirelessly in the fight against the pandemic.

Dr Mahathir: Many Malaysians opposed to Emergency rule, but silent due...

Many Malaysians disagree with the government’s recourse to a nationwide Emergency to curb Covid-19.

Covid-19: Record-breaking 4,275 new cases

Malaysia today recorded a new daily high of Covid-19 infections, with 4,275 cases in the last 24 hours.

Enough MP numbers to ask king to lift emergency

Anwar claims at least 114 MPs oppose the nationwide emergency which is sufficient to request the King to nullify it and reconvene Parliament.

Opposition MPs calls for automatic loan moratorium, wage subsidy for another...

Twenty-five opposition MPs have urged the government to implement another six months of automatic loan moratorium to help businesses and individuals.

Hindu group turns to Kedah sultan for help in Thaipusam holiday...

A Hindu group will send a memorandum to Sultan of Kedah over the state government’s decision to cancel this year’s Thaipusam holiday in the state.

Four siblings arrested for taking body of father who died in...

Police arrested four siblings in Kampung Panji Laut after they fled with the body of their father.

Bersatu man arrested for cultivating marijuana, drug trafficking

A local politician was arrested and remanded on suspicion of growing marijuana (ganja) and trafficking narcotics.

Ismail Sabri: Govt may use Emergency powers to increase fines for...

The federal government will be looking at imposing harsher penalties for breaches of rules related to Covid-19.

Grandaunt, father of disabled girl charged with murder, neglect

The grandaunt and the father of a five-year-old disabled girl were charged in the Selayang courts today in connection with the death of the girl.

Datuk pleads guilty to assaulting hotpot restaurant workers, customers

Two company directors today pleaded guilty in the Petaling Jaya Magistrate’s Court to disturbing and assaulting customers and workers at a restaurant.

PH names Saifuddin, Loke and Dzulkefly for emergency committee

The PH coalition has furnished three names to sit on the independent special committee that will advise the Agong on the emergency in force until Aug 1.

Medical assistant dies after falling from third floor of hospital

A medical assistant at the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital died after falling off from the third floor of the premises.

When Tommy Thomas came within a breath of not being A-G

Tommy Thomas was asked to tender his resignation as attorney-general even before he could clock a day on the job – because of Malay opposition to his appointment.

Mariam Mokhtar on the biggest obstacle to a progressive modern Malaysia

The main obstacle to a modern, progressive Malaysia is the educated, professional, well-travelled, English-speaking urban Malay.

C4 Centre questions Najib’s claim of ignorance of meat cartel

The C4 Centre has questioned how Najib Razak could plead ignorance to the existence of the meat cartel syndicate in the country.

Jomo: Emergency does not automatically mean suspension of Parliament

A proclamation of emergency does not necessarily mean Parliament has to be suspended.

Ismail Sabri: 2.8 million may lose jobs if total lockdown imposed

Ismail Sabri Yaakob has today painted a grim picture for Malaysians should another full lockdown is imposed on economic activities like last year.

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