Dennis Ignatius: Mahathir – Another Desperate Gambit

An outlandish scheme that would enable Mahathir to use two small parties with no more than 15 seats between them to call the shots in the 107 member PH parliamentary caucus.

Malindo Air Offers Staff One-Year Voluntary Unpaid Leave

Malindo Airways is offering employees voluntary long-term unpaid leave of one year after which their employment status with the company will be made known.

Muhyiddin “Buying Time with Motion to Replace Speaker”

Muhyiddin has had a tough time since becoming prime minister in March.

Jho Low’s 1MDB Diplomacy Role for China Exposed

Jho Low's 1MDB entanglements extended to working on corrupt foreign policy initiatives in favour of China.

Why Anwar Refuses to Join a No-Confidence Vote to Topple Backdoor PM

At least three fireworks are to be unleashed in the month of July.

Paying Lip Service to Rukunegara

Following racial riots that broke out on May 13, 1969 that was sparked by unbridled insults and provocations, the National Consultative Council worked on formulating the principles of Rukunegara.

Analysts: Muhyiddin Won’t Go for Snap Polls

Political analysts are of the opinion that Muhyiddin will not heed growing calls from Umno for a snap general election since the odds would be against his party.

Drastic Drop in Foreign Arrivals This First Quarter

Tourism Malaysia had just released figures for foreign tourist arrivals in the first three months of this year, and it was no surprise that total numbers dropped by 36.8%.

Mariam Mokhtar on Woman and Her Six Children Living in a Car for Four...

by the social welfare, zakat and syariah systems.

Academics on Backing Anwar or Dr M

An academic has urged DAP and Amanah to stop promoting Dr Mahathir as PH's prime minister candidate following his rejection of further cooperation with Anwar.