Lawyer Quits as Judge for UM’s Moot Competition over Protest Crackdown,...

A lawyer withdrew as a judge in UM's 2019 Tun Suffian Moot Competition to object to the university’s response to a graduate’s protest and VC Rahim Hashim's alleged racist remarks.

Becoming Friends Through ‘Tweet’ of Fate

Fahmi Fadzil and Yap Chi Hoe were total strangers who became friends by a ‘tweet’ of fate.

Queen: Speaking English Doesn’t Mean Forgetting our Traditions

Speaking English does not mean we are forgetting our traditions, nor does it mean that we are leaving behind our identity, the Queen says.

Lim Ends Budget Speech with Reminder: Malaysia Belongs to All Malaysians

In wrapping up the Budget 2020 tabling in parliament, Lim Guan Eng today shared his vision for Malaysia over the next one year.

Budget Cheer – RM500 Special Aid for Civil Servants, RM250 for...

Civil servants will receive a RM500 special aid pay-out next year, the same amount they got this year.

Income Tax: The Rich to Pay More, Exemption for Women Re-Entering...

Putrajaya will raise the tax bracket for millionaires earning RM2 million onward to 30 per cent, Lim Guan Eng announced when tabling Budget 2020 today.

A-G: Malaysians Have Never Been Freer

Malaysians have never enjoyed as much freedom of expression since Merdeka as now, under the PH government.

Anwar: Let’s Change Narrative from Race and Religion to Solving Poverty

Political leaders should try to shift the national conversation away from race and religion to one focused on addressing the welfare of the poor.

Launch of Shared Prosperity Vision: New Roadmap to Make Malaysia Roar...

The three core objectives – ensuring development for all, bridging income disparities and building a unified, prosperous and dignified nation.

St Anne’s Church in Bukit Mertajam Gets Minor Basilica Status

The iconic St Anne’s Church in Bukit Mertajam has been raised to the ranks of a minor basilica.

IGP: Be Brave to Admit Corruption, Power Abuse in Police Force

Corruption, abuse of power and drugs - these are among the faults plaguing the police that top cop Abdul Hamid Bador wants his officers to be brave enough and admit.

Malaysians of All Races Help Driver Who Dozed at Penang Traffic...

A man caused a 30-minute traffic jam when he dozed off while waiting for the traffic light to turn green in Penang. Thankfully for the...

Daren Stuns Lin Dan in Korea Open

Liew Daren served up a huge stunner when he knocked out five-time world champion Lin Dan in the first round of the Korea Open badminton championship today.

Queen Debunks Celebrity Status

Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah does not like to stand on ceremony.

America’s Got Talent Crowns Blind, Autistic Singer Kodi Lee as Season...

Blind and autistic singer and pianist, Kodi Lee, has won season 14 of America’s Got Talent (AGT).

PKR Youth Raps Azmin over Hidden Hands Allegation

PKR’S youth wing has hit back at Azmin Ali’s allegation of hidden hands in the party trying to shut him up.

Group Demands Review of Beng Hock Inquest After Judge Charged with Graft

The Teoh Beng Hock Trust for Democracy said the corruption charge against the judge who presided over the political aide’s death inquest has put the outcome under suspicion.

Mujahid’s Hard Time with BBC’s Hardtalk

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa endured a tough time on BBC's notoriously exacting talk show Hardtalk.

Mahathir Will Not Step Down Until Najib Is in Jail

One problem the PM seems bent on fixing – sending Najib and Rosmah to prison.

Siti Kasim’s Maju Draws the Crowd at First Roadshow

Siti Kasim's Maju building a more progressive Malaysia.

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