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Appeal court overturns Tengku Adnan’s corruption conviction

Court of Appeal acquits and discharges Tengku Adnan over RM2 million graft charges - a decision the prosecution may appeal to the Federal Court.

Guan Eng’s corruption trial: Witness testified that Guan Eng directed him...

A former Penang exco today said he had been instructed by Guan Eng to work with the Beijing Urban Construction Group from day one.

Guan Eng’s corruption trial: Actress testifies of 2am business meeting

Former Finance Minister had a 2am business meeting with my husband, witness tells court in Lim Guan Eng's corruption trial.

Rosmah’s lawyers in fiery submissions over Sri Ram’s appointment as senior...

The lawyers claimed that Sri Ram's appointment was illegal, irregular and defective, arguing that it was not in accordance with the law.

Paul Yong rape trial: Wife never asked about maid’s mental status

The agency never provided the maid with any emergency number and the employer would normally be the one to call. A maid agency representative has...

Former assemblyman charged with 106 counts of laundering more than RM11m

Mansor Musa was charged with 106 which involved receiving cash, assets and shares via different companies between September 2011 and Aug 10, last year.

High Court dismisses Guan Eng’s bid to transfer tunnel project corruption...

The judge disagreed with Lim’s lawyer Gobind Singh who submitted that the High Court would be a better forum to hear his client’s corruption case.

High Court dismisses bid by Najib to get documents linked to...

Judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah dismissed the applications, saying the documents Najib sought were not relevant to the charges he was facing.

Police investigating Rashid Hasnon over alleged durian feast

Rashid Hasnon has since denied any such event following viral pictures and a 14-second video of the alleged durian feast.

Banks agree to waive compounded interest and penalty charges for moratoriums

The Finance Minister said borrowers need to approach their banks on the method of repayment and every bank will have a different loan scheme for their borrowers.

King makes another call for Parliament to meet as soon as...

Agong has made another call for Parliament to meet as soon as possible.

Malaysians united under #benderaputih to help one another during the lockdown

Politicians who tried to jump on the white flag bandwagon have been criticised on social media.

PM announces RM150b Pemulih package

Muhyiddin Yassin announces RM150b ‘Pemulih’ package to help ease the people’s sufferings during the lockdown.

Parliament must reconvene soon or fall into a constitutional crisis

Malaysia risks falling into a constitutional crisis if Parliament only sits after Aug 1, after the Emergency Declaration is lifted.

King calls for Parliament sitting as soon as possible

Parliament sitting will enable the Emergency Ordinances and the National Recovery Plan to be debated by the Members of Parliament.

Dennis Ignatius: Is Malaysia a failed state?

Now we are a nation adrift, caught in the throes of a terrible pandemic and a failing system.

Dewan Rakyat Speaker urged to reveal 4 MPs who refused Covid-19 jabs

The Dewan Rakyat Speaker should reveal the identities of four MPs who have yet to be vaccinated against Covid-19, PKR Youth chief Akmal Nasir...

MOH sends SOS for oxygen, equipment and volunteers

The Greater Kuala Lumpur Special Task Force is sending out an SOS for oxygen supplies, equipment and volunteers.

Covid-19: Record 17,405 new cases

Malaysia today recorded 17,405 new Covid-19 cases with the Klang Valley accounting for more than 57% of infections in the past 24 hours.

Saifuddin: What took us so long to procure vaccines?

The country’s Covid-19 vaccination rate could have been higher now if the government had acted faster in procuring vaccines.

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