Kelantan PH Chairman: State Leaders Should Be Frank if They Want Luxury Cars

Kelantan state government leaders should refrain from making excuses and just be straight-forward if what they want are luxury cars.

Kadir on Mercedes Purchase: Kelantan MB’s a Man, Not an Angel

Leaders in a state of “fun and enjoyment” where the poverty, drug addiction and divorce rates are the highest.

Siti Kasim: Not Releasing IRC Report Is Cowardice

Siti has given the government 48 hours to release the report to the public.

So, What’s the Real Story Behind the Drug Party?

The rumour mill has it that the owner of the premise who is also allegedly linked to a minister organised the party to clinch some big-time contracts.

G25: We Do Not Condone or Encourage Muslims to Leave Islam

G25 has clarified their stand on the laws against apostasy and Jakim.

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,.

Govt Not Selling PLUS, Toll Rates to Reduce by 18%

Dr Mahathir Mohamad today confirmed that highway concessionaire PLUS will not be sold.

Cultural Festivals Should Be Celebrated by All Malaysians

The Cabinet has decided that cultural celebrations should be participated and celebrated by all Malaysians.

Muslim-Convert Mum Loses Custody Battle in Federal Court

The Federal Court today denied a Muslim-convert mother’s bid to overturn the Court of Appeal’s order to grant full custody of her two children to her Buddhist ex-husband.

Kin of Murder Victims: No to Abolishing Death Penalty

Family members and representatives of murder victims are vehemently against any move to abolish the mandatory death penalty for heinous crimes, including premeditated killings.