Malaysian Languishing in Dubai Jail for ‘Making Too Much Money

A Malaysian man working in Dubai accused of stealing what was actually his wages and commissions has been in jail for the past eight months without being charged.

Wanita Umno Division Chief Wants Curfew for Under 21-Year-Olds

Wanita Umno division chief Noor Aieni Mohd Ali wants the government to impose a 10pm to 5am curfew on everyone below 21 years old to help curb drug abuse and vice activities.

US to Recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s Capital

The US will become the first country in the world to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Malaysians Most Worried About Foreign Workers, Governance, Unemployment

Malaysians are most worried about lax immigration control on foreign workers, whether their money was spent in the most efficient manner by the public and private sectors, and unemployment.

Sheila Majid Laments Current Economic Issues

Sheila Majid took to Twitter to lament current economic woes such as the high cost of living and the weak ringgit.

Boy Suffers Bruises and Swelling from Penile Pinch by Daycare Centre Minder

A four-year-old boy suffered bruises and swelling after a daycare centre minder pinched his private parts.

Robert Kuok Delves into the DNA of Chinese Immigrants

Robert Kuok delves into the DNA of Chinese immigrants, hailing them as the most amazing economic ants on earth.

Robert Kuok on His Turbulent Tenure as Chairman of MSA

Robert Kuok on his turbulent tenure as Chairman of Malaysia-Singapore Airlines - a thankless task while juggling his other businesses.

Zahid to MACC: Go After Private Sector, Bribe Givers

Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi wants the MACC to go after the private sector and bribe givers.

The World’s ‘Longest-Lasting Rainbow’

The world's 'longest-lasting rainbow' appeared in Taipeh on November 30 for a continuous nine hours.