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Zahid Pleads Not Guilty to Amended Charges in Graft Trial

In Zahid's trial, the judge, in allowing the amendments to be made, said they were subject to the defence's rights.

1MDB Audit Trial: Ambrin Felt “Insulted” After Arul Kanda Allowed to...

Ambrin said Arul Kanda had gone through the report page by page and removed portions of it after being authorised to do so by then-Chief Secretary to the government.

MACC, Bukit Aman to Look into Allegations of Cops in Cahoots...

A burger stall operator recorded Facebook live videos showing gambling dens and purported illegal stalls, claiming no action had been taken by the police and relevant authorities.

Deputy Minister Promises Support Letters in Exchange for Votes in Party...

Video of Wan Ahmad Fayhsal purportedly shows him promising to leverage on his position in the government and party to issue support letters in exchange for votes.

Finas Licence Fiasco

Confusion after Minister makes sweeping statement that all producers, must obtain a Film Production License and Film Shooting Certificate (SPP) from Finas before any filming.

Former Dewan Rakyat Speaker Knew He Would Be Removed by PN...

The motion to remove Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof as speaker was tabled on the first day of the Dewan Rakyat session this month, on July 13.

Increase of Land Lease Pricing in Cameron Highlands Set to Burden...

Farmers who formerly paid only RM900 to obtain a temporary occupation licence (TOL) now have to fork out RM4,500 an acre per year and this will pose burden on consumers.

Cold Water over Alleged Attempts to Overthrow Warisan in Sabah

Shafie Apdal remains in control while an air of quiet descended in the camp of his political nemesis Musa.

1MDB Audit Trial: August 7 for Decision on Striking out Application

Najib’s counsel, Muhammad Shafee argues that the striking out application should be allowed in order to prevent oppression and an abuse of court process against the accused.

Dr M, Four Other MPs Challenge Appointment of Dewan Rakyat Speaker

The disputed Bersatu chairperson claimed that the motions for Azhar and Azalina’s appointments should have been put off for another Dewan Rakyat proceeding.

Political Coup in Sabah – Warisan Reps Claim They Were Approached...

Speculation had been rife that the Sabah state government would fall in July, following an attempt from the PN side to persuade the lawmakers to join them.

Minister: All Film Productions Will Require Licensing from Authorities

It will be compulsory for producers to apply for a Film Production Licence and Film Shooting Certificate (SSP) regardless if they are from a mainstream media outlet or personal media.

Minister: Mandatory Use of Face Masks from Aug 1

The government made the ruling following the increase of Covid-19 cases for the past three days and lack of compliance on standard operating procedure (SOP) among the public.

DAP’s Rahang Rep Quits Party After 46 Years

The party veteran was reportedly upset with the decision of the state leadership not to endorse her choice of chairpersons for the village community management councils.

IRF Director Accused of Sexual Harassment Claims to Be Victimised

Local civil society organisations say they are standing in solidarity with all sexual harassment survivors and that they are very concerned about the allegations.

Health DG Says Not Manipulating Figures After Record Rise in Daily Covid-19 Cases

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah denied that he was manipulating or inflating the number of daily cases.

Two Activists Black out Chinese Words on Penang Road Signs

Two Malay rights activists defaced a few street signs in Penang last night as the signs carried translations in Chinese.

Cops Ask Court to Reject Suhakam Findings in Suit by Amri’s Wife

Norhayati Mohd Ariffin is suing the police, home ministry and 17 individuals over the disappearance of her husband, Amri Che Mat.

Dr Noor Hisham: Missed Daily Presser Yesterday to Brief Malay Rulers on Covid-19 Fight,...

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said he had to miss his daily Covid-19 media briefing yesterday due to an audience with the Agong and other Malay rulers.

Covid-19: Record 1,240 New Cases

Malaysia has recorded 1,240 new Covid-19 cases today, the highest daily tally so far.

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