Rejected in Malaysia, Revelling in Qatar

From being told that he was not good enough for a leading role in Malaysia, Ong Beng Hee is now thriving with Qatar as his home for the past three years.

Kula: Action to Be Taken Against Utusan for Flouting the Law

The Human Resources Ministry will be going after Utusan Melayu for shutting down their operations without sufficient notice and leaving its workers in a lurch.

Guan Eng: Budget to Focus on Better Jobs, Better Pay

The coming budget will emphasise on creating more job opportunities with reasonable pay to motivate the Malaysian workforce.

Except for Klang Valley, Foodpanda Riders to Go On Strike Next...

Foodpanda delivery riders outside the Klang Valley are planning to go on strike next week.

Missing Ipoh Mayor May Be Sacked

In an unprecedented move, the Perak government will remove Zamri Man as Ipoh mayor for going absent without leave.

PDRM Transfers, Promotion of 32 Senior Officers

Selangor police chief Datuk Mazlan Mansor has been appointed as Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director.

Astro to Offer VSS to Staff to Reduce Operating Expenses

Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd will be undertaking a voluntary separation scheme (VSS) for staff given the challenging overall economic landscape.

Dr M: Pak Lah and Najib Left Us a Bloated Civil...

Civil service had not become more efficient despite its size ballooning by 60%.

Shahrul Quits as Bersih Acting Chairman to Join Education Ministry

Shahrul Aman Mohd Saari has quit as acting chairman of The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0).

New Appointments to Top Posts

New PR1MA Chairman, SC executive chairman, Socso boss.

10 Victims, Seven Witnesses Questioned in Alleged Sex Predator Doctor Case

10 victims and seven witnesses have been questioned in the alleged sex predator doctor case.

Political Appointees Two Months on the Job, Still No Salary or...

Political appointees two months on the job and still no salary or contract.

Umno, PAS MPs Push for Tudung at Workplace

Umno and PAS MPs push for the tudung to be worn at the workplace.

‘Sex Predator’ Doctor ‘Urges’ Staff to Sign Support Letter

'Sex predator' doctor 'urges; his staff to sign a support letter vouching for his performance.

Tony Pua on Why He was Not Appointed Minister

Tony Pua on why he was not appointed Minister.

Yeo Bee Yin: What happened to 150k tests a day plan?

The government has been urged to explain what happened to its plan to increase RT-PCR tests to 150,000 a day.

Azmin, family to be questioned by police over alleged SOP breach

Azmin Ali and his family members will be summoned by police to give their statements over a claim by Ummi Hafilda Ali that he had breached Hari Raya SOPs.

Social media users roast Azmin over potential Raya SOP breaches

Azmin Ali has come under fire on social media over a post showing him hosting a large gathering with his family members on the first day of Hari Raya.

Tributes pour in for Malay Mail’s editor-in-chief Wong Sai Wan

Tributes are pouring in for Wong, who died earlier today from a heart attack.

Malaysia could see 8,000 Covid-19 cases daily by June

The Health Ministry's modelling is forecasting more than 8,000 new Covid-19 cases a day by June if the public does not comply with SOPs.

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