Health D-G’s Birthday Is Tomorrow, but Birthday Wishes Began Early

The newfound love and appreciation Malaysians have for Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah seems to be growing stronger each passing day.

Malaysian Musician Makes His Mark in Hollywood

Yew Ping Soo, 29, has worked as an audio producer, sound engineer and on the music for many famous Hollywood movies.

Hannah Yeoh: Honour and Hope in Our Frontliners

Segambut MP on the silver lining of the MCO – the display of resilience by the healthcare professionals.

Former Cabinet Members Laud DAP for Unconditional Support of Malay-Muslim Causes

In contrast to accusations by Umno and PAS that the party had always been anti-Malay and anti-Islam.

PH Lawmakers Applaud Amanah’s Loyalty to Coalition

True to its name, the unwavering loyalty of the Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) to its voters and the Pakatan Harapan(PH) coalition is not just...

Pastor Raymond Koh’s Wife Recognised for Courage in Prestigious US Award

Susanna Liew has been named a recipient of the 2020 International Woman of Courage (IWOC) Award.

Americk Sidhu: My Friend Tommy Thomas

A fearless member of the Bar Council, Tommy understood the sacrifice he would be making by taking up the position of AG.

Lawyers Praise AG over Dropping of LTTE Charges

Lawyers have welcomed Tommy Thomas’ decision to drop charges against 12 individuals accused of having links to the now-defunct LTTE.

Nor Salwani Who Kept Original 1MDB Report Gets Datukship from King

A government audit officer who defied an order to destroy an audit report on 1MDB has been made a Datuk in the Federal Territories Day honours list.

Science, Maths to Be Taught in English Again

Dr Mahathir has spoken of the need to use English in the teaching of Science and Mathematics.

Malaysia Moves Up 10 Spots in Corruption Index

Malaysia has markedly improved in Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) in 2019, jumping 10 spots from 61st in 2018 to be ranked 51 last year.

Foreign Funds Flowing Strongly Back to Malaysia

Foreign funds are flowing strongly back to Malaysia, indicating that investors have shaken off the panic triggered by the historic change of government in 2018,.

Short Documentary by Malaysian Duo Receives Oscars Nomination

Upin & Ipin, Mahathir documentary fail to make the cut.

We Are World’s 16th Most Peaceful Country

Malaysia is ranked 16th most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index (GPI) 2019.

SJKC Enrolment Increases Despite Opposition by Anti-Vernacular School Groups

Amid calls by certain quarters for vernacular schools to be shut down, Chinese primary schools (SJKC) continue to attract parents of all races.

Alleged syndicate head among five charged in “Malaysia’s biggest-ever drug bust” case

Five people were charged at the Johor Baru Magistrate’s Court today for drug-trafficking activities that saw the seizure of more than RM340 million in narcotics.

More hotels in Penang may cease operations if MCO, interstate travel ban continues

The impending closure of Hotel Equatorial Penang is just the tip of the iceberg, with more hotels expected to face similar fates if the interstate travel ban prolongs.

Puad: Approve MUDA, no reason for govt to be scared

Puad Zarkashi has urged the PN administration to approve the registration application of MUDA.

Govt on high alert over possible hacking threat

A warning notice to all government agencies to take the necessary steps to prevent and minimise the impact of possible hacking attempts against their official websites.

Covid-19 patients to pay for private hospital care for now

Covid-19 patients who are treated in private hospitals will be required to pay out of their own pockets.

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