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Acryl Sani promoted as IGP, replacing Abdul Hamid

Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani has been appointed as the new IGP, which will take effect on May 4.

His gang busted, but Datuk Seri Nicky Liow still missing

Eight of the arrested held “Datuk” and “Datuk Seri” titles, including Liow’s own brother.

PKR sec-gen slams PN’s “threats and baits” tactics to get support...

The PN government is using both threats and baits to induce opposition lawmakers to switch sides.

Mariam Mokhtar: Najib and Edmund Santhara have something in common

Ignored their own rakyat and were caught overseas, when the nation needed them most.

Rosmah ordered to enter defence on all three graft charges

The High Court today ordered Rosmah Mansor to enter her defence on all three corruption charges relating to the RM1.25-billion solar hybrid project.

No-nonsense Judge Nazlan in the news again

High Court Judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali is gaining a reputation as the no-nonsense judge who cracks down even on big names in corruption cases.

Najib seeks apology, RM10 million from Tommy Thomas

Claiming defamation, Najib Razak today demanded an apology and a retraction from Tommy Thomas.

More research on Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine following 23 deaths among Norway’s elderly...

MoH is updating its vaccination protocols following reports of 23 deaths, following their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine.

Emergency highlights

Muhyiddin claims the Emergency is not a military coup and the civilian government will continue to function as usual.

PM: Health system at breaking point, renewed MCO in six states

Malaysia's health system has reached a breaking point with the country registering up to 2,000 new Covid-19 cases almost every day.

Despite Graft Conviction, Tengku Adnan Avoids Jail After High Court Grants...

Tengku Adnan has successfully obtained a stay of execution for his sentence of 12 months’ imprisonment and a RM2 million fine as imposed by the High Court today.

RM1 Million Graft Case: Ku Nan Granted DNAA, No Full Acquittal

Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor has been given a DNAA in his RM1 million corruption case.

Perak MB Seeks Audience with Sultan After Losing Confidence Vote

It is believed that Ahmad Faizal Azumu is the first menteri besar to lose a vote of confidence.

Policy Stage of Budget 2021 Passed

The Dewan Rakyat today approved Budget 2021 at the policy stage.

Uproar in Dewan Rakyat over Keningau MP’s Alleged Breach of Quarantine

Health Ministry’s quarantine release order was issued two days ahead of the end of the 14-day quarantine.

Main murder suspect jumps off building

A 24-year-old man who was the main suspect in the murder of a college student was killed after falling from the 26th floor of a building in Damansara Perdana yesterday.

Teacher who made rape jokes transferred to Selangor State Education Dept

The teacher who allegedly made rape jokes in Ain Husniza's classroom has been transferred to the Selangor State Education Department.

Babysitter’s husband charged with murder, sodomy of 9-month-old baby

A jobless man was charged with murdering and sodomising a nine-month-old baby boy.

Lokman arrested again under Emergency Ordinance

Lokman Noor Adam has been arrested for the second time under the Emergency Ordinance which allows for action against fake news on Covid-19.

Covid-19: 4,765 new cases

Covid-19 positive cases in the country spiked to 4,765 today, the highest recorded this month so far, bringing the overall cumulative cases to 453,222.

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