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Speaker rejects Anwar’s motion to debate Emergency laws for submitting too...

Speaker Azhar has rejected Anwar's motion to debate the Emergency ordinances.

Tengku Zafrul says not he who sent helicopter for Ipoh’s ‘nasi...

Tengku Zafrul said photographs of him eating “nasi ganja” being recirculated online were from last year.

Zaid: Malaysia needs an ethical leader, not a religious one

Malaysia is in need of an ethical leader “for a change”.

Mariam Mokhtar: Empty vaccine syringe scandal is about wealth before health

This is the consequence of over five decades of lack of integrity and corruption in our public service.

RM715k in 24 hours: Syed Saddiq ends crowdfunding for legal costs...

Syed Saddiq has ended his crowdfunding campaign with more than RM700,000 raised in just 24 hours.

PM to kickstart Dewan Rakyat special sitting

After a six-month break, the Dewan Rakyat will sit again with Muhyiddin briefing MPs on the National Recovery Plan.

Police to call Deputy Speaker Rashid over another SOP breach

The police will summon Batu Pahat member of parliament Rashid Hasnon for allegedly flouting the Covid-19 SOP.

Rafidah: Why the U-turn after free vaccine pledge

Rafidah Aziz has doubled down on her criticism of the decision to allow the sale of 14 million doses of the Sinovac vaccine to states and private entities.

Order paper states MPs can question ministers during special sitting

MPs will be given a chance to ask questions and present their views during the parliamentary special sitting, which starts on Monday.

Funeral parlours cry foul over ‘monopoly’ of Hindu Covid-19 bodies

Funeral parlours are crying foul over the alleged monopoly of one company in managing the funeral arrangements for Hindu Covid-19 victims in the Klang Valley.

Opposition members, experts to join newly mooted National Recovery Council

The newly mooted NRC has invited representatives from opposition parties as members.

Seven states bought up to 6m Sinovac doses

Pharmaniaga today said nearly half of the 14 million Sinovac vaccine doses it plans to sell from next month has been ordered by various state governments.

Even MPs yet to get fully vaccinated can enter Parliament

All members of parliament, including those who have not been fully vaccinated, are allowed to enter the House.

Vaccine centres to reverse ‘no photo, no video’ rule

Khairy has instructed all vaccine administration centres (PPVs) to allow recipients to record themselves when they receive their vaccine.

‘Dress code’ for vaccine centres will not help campaign

Two PPVs have turned people away for not adhering to their dress codes while one facility announced its guidelines on Facebook.

Covid-19: With 15,902 cases, highest daily record

This marks the second time that the number of daily cases breached the 15,000 mark after yesterday when 15,573 cases were recorded.

Despite announcement of more benefits contract doctors’ strike will go on

Unhappy with Putrajaya’s offer, up to 5,000 doctors expected to go on strike on Monday.

DAP: Include Rafidah, Jomo in National Recovery Council

Lim Guan Eng has called for Rafidah Aziz and Jomo Kwame Sundaram to be also appointed to the government’s National Recovery Council.

Speaker rejects Anwar’s motion to debate Emergency laws for submitting too early, among other...

Speaker Azhar has rejected Anwar's motion to debate the Emergency ordinances.

Opposition MPs: MACC must reveal how Rina Harun raised funds to pay debt

Five opposition MPs have urged the MACC to reveal the findings of its probe into Rina Harun managing to settle a million-ringgit debt.

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