Kuan Does It Again with RM1 Hotel

Community Oriented Policing Strategies (COPS) president and social activist Kuan Chee Heng has launched an RM1 "hotel" for the poor.

A Mere RM40 Could Have Saved Young Rabies Victims

The two young siblings who died of rabies infection in Sarawak could have been saved if their parents had the RM40 needed to get them the life-saving vaccine immediately after they were bitten.

Real-life ‘Anime Character’ Begs for Stop to Condemnation

Amirul Rizwan Musa, better known as Miyyo Rizone, spent RM180,000 on cosmetic surgery to look like anime character Squall Leonhart.

Malay Woman Comes Under Fire for Keeping Pet Dog

Jakim criticises Malay woman for keeping dog as a pet.

Family of Hanged Siblings Suspect Botched Execution

The family of brothers Suthar Batumalai and Rames Batumalai who were hanged for murder alleged that the execution was botched.

No More Blues at World’s Only ‘Smurf’ Village

The 'Smurf' village of Juzcar in Spain, where everything is painted blue, has settled its royalty dispute with the heir of the Smurfs creator.

Crackdown of Ozone Therapy Begins

Health Ministry crackdown on ozone therapy, which is now banned and an illegal procedure in Malaysia.

Perkasa Calls for Boycott Against Starbucks over Pro-LGBT Stand

Perkasa calls for Muslims to boycott Starbucks for its pro-LGBT stand.

Engagement Between Berjaya and Naza Offspring

Engagement announcement of Vincent Tan's daughter Chryseis Tan to Naza's Faliq SM Nasimuddin.

Baby Loses Fight for Right to Live

The courts have ruled that Charlie Gard, the brain-damaged 11-month-old baby boy with a rare genetic disease, will have his life support taken off and be allowed to die with dignity much to the distress of his parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates.