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Veveonah’s Brother Schools Deputy Ministers Sceptical of Hometown’s Internet Woes

Sceptical Deputy Ministers urged to go to Veveonah’s village to see for themselves its Internet woes.

Prosecution Insists 1MDB Ex-CEO’s Claims of Jho Low’s Remarks Exempt from...

The prosecution in Najib's 1MBD trial has tried its best to produce Jho Low to testify in the trial but its efforts have failed.

Growing Support for Veveonah amid Bullying by Ministers

A coalition of university student unions has today urged federal deputy ministers against bullying university students over their complaint on the lack of basic facilities such as internet connectivity.

Perak MB Ready to Cooperate with MACC over Power Abuse, Cronyism...

Perak MB Ahmad Faizal Azumu said that he is aware of a report lodged with the MACC against him by Putra over alleged abuse of power and cronyism following the release of a poison pen letter.

Amid Online Uproar, Sabah MP Deletes FB Post About Veveonah

Social media users have criticised Abdul Rahim Bakri after he maintained Veveonah Mosibin had lied about climbing a tree to obtain Internet connection for an online examination.

Selangor MB, Wife Apologise over Water Tanker at Their Residence, Swimming...

Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari has apologised over a photograph showing a water tanker at his residence, which went viral on social media.

Guan Eng: Khairuddin Blaming PH, DAP to Escape Consequences for Quarantine...

PAS minister Khairuddin Aman Razali is trying to cover up the fact that he was wrong in breaching Covid-19 quarantine by using religious and...

Rawang Factory That Caused Water Woes Will Be Ordered to Vacate...

The machinery maintenance factory responsible for the pollution in Sungai Selangor will be ordered to vacate the land and conduct remedial efforts.

Repeat Offender Factory Behind Sg Selangor Pollution Shut, Fined

Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari said the factory in Sungai Gong which is believed to have caused the water supply disruption in Selangor has been handed a compound fine.

Direct Nego Deals: Guan Eng Challenges Zuraida to Reveal All Letters

Lim Guan Eng has again urged Zuraida Kamaruddin to reveal all letters on two directly negotiated projects involving her ministry.

Zahidi Apologises for Wrongly Accusing Tree-Climbing Teen of Lying

Zahidi Zainul Abidin has apologised to Sabah teenager for wrongly accusing her of trying to get publicity by climbing a tree to get better internet connectivity for an online examination.

Guan Eng to Face Two More Graft Charges on Monday

Lim Guan Eng is expected to face two more charges of criminal misappropriation of property at the Butterworth Sessions Court on Monday next week.

Syed Saddiq Welcomes Dr Mahathir’s Criticism of Proposed Youth Party

Syed Saddiq acknowledged today his former mentor Dr Mahathir's disagreement with the former’s plan to form a youth-oriented party.

Muhyiddin: Pubs, Bars to Stay Closed

Muhyiddin Yassin today said bars, pubs and nightclubs will remain closed as part of efforts to contain Covid-19.

PAS MP Refuses to Apologise for Bible Remark, Says Christians “Have...

Pasir Puteh MP Nik Muhammad Zawawi Nik Salleh said yesterday that there is no need for him to apologise for saying that Bible has been corrupted or manipulated.

No Sign Chinese Votes Returning to BN

There is no clear indication BN is regaining Chinese votes, despite the coalition’s impressive outings in by-elections held after the GE14.

Covid-19: 57 New Cases

A total of 57 new positive Covid-19 cases were reported overnight in the country today, 51 of them being local transmissions and the other six import cases.

Mystery Penang ‘Plane Crash’: 3 Unrelated ‘Witnesses’ Provide Similar Accounts

Police have recorded statements from 10 people, including three "witnesses", over an alleged plane crash at sea near Pulau Tikus.

Court Advises Khalid Samad, FMT to Settle Defamation Suit Amicably

The High Court here today advised that the defamation suit filed by Khalid Abdul Samad against FMT and its former editor-in-chief, be settled amicably.

Syed Saddiq to Juggle Between Studies and Muda

With his studies resuming at a Singapore university, Syed Saddiq is going to have his hands full.

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