Dennis Ignatius on Mahathir’s Great Game

A stunning tale of treachery and betrayal the likes of which we have not seen before.

Local Tourism in the New Normal

The need for a change in tourism modus operandi.

Political Analyst: Time for PH to Join Efforts with Civil Society

It is time for Pakatan Harapan (PH) to join forces with civil society to be the guardians of Malaysians’ mandate.

Liew Chin Tong: Behind Muhyiddin’s Grand Scheme of Things Is Najib

DAP’s Liew Chin Tong claimed today Najib was behind Muhyiddin's attempt to drive a wedge between the PH-Parti Warisan Sabah coalition and Bersatu Malaysia faction.

Without Compensation, Justice Is Hollow

Many people are outraged whenever there are reports of deaths caused by drink-driving and they call for heavier penalties on those driving under the influence of alcohol.

Water Hyacinths, Moss Roses Can Attract Visitors

Promoting domestic tourism.

Dennis Ignatius: Look Who’s Talking

Any party which has many of its members charged with corruption, money laundering and abuse of power forfeits the right to talk about honesty and integrity.

Mariam Mokhtar: PAS’ Attempt to Introduce Syariah Law by the Backdoor

Is the suggestion about banning the production and sale of alcohol, another of PAS' knee-jerk reactions, or is it a carefully choreographed attempt to introduce syariah law by the back door?

Liew Chin Tong: A Mislaid Path for PAS

The existing arrangement of Muafakat Nasional between PAS and Umno is not as straightforward as one plus one equals two.

Analysts: Removal of ‘Bersatu 5’ Springboard for Dr M’s Do-or-Die Offensive

The sacking could eventually culminate in the destruction of Bersatu.

Riza Discharge: Group of Former Presidents of Malaysian Bar Wants to...

Indefensible and outrageous to allow an accused person to buy himself out of a serious criminal offence.

Kadir Jasin: Don’t Be Surprised if Muhyiddin Rejoins Umno

It will not be a surprise if Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin rejoins Umno as his party Bersatu is running out of options to survive.

Mat Sabu: Dr M Resigned as PM to Respect Democracy

Amanah president Datuk Mohamad Sabu said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was correct to resign as the prime minister after believing he had lost the support of his Bersatu party.

Prof Dr Mohd Tajuddin on Real Threats to the PN Coalition

The real threats to the PN government that may see it fall as early as in the July seating.

Dennis Ignatius on a Coalition Held Together by Greed and Ambition

A country run by bickering and backstabbing politicians united only by their greed and lust for power, intent on grabbing all that government has to offer while waiting to upend it.

Why Encroach into Other Bus Operators’ Business?

On whether allowing tour buses to be hired through e-hailing or providing feeder service is feasible.

Shahruddin Resignation Leaves Muhyiddin’s Position Shaky

Shahruddin Salleh’s resignation as the deputy works minister today has raised uncertainties over Muhyiddin's grip on power, with the possibility of his razor-thin government being removed.

Najib’s SRC Trial: Defence Say Najib a Victim of Conspiracy

Najib Razak is a victim of a conspiracy that involved Low Taek Jho and former SRC CEO Nik Faisal, as well as rogue bankers.

Report: AirAsia to Retrench Over 250 Staff

Low-cost carrier AirAsia Group Bhd is expected to retrench over 250 staff and personnel amid its efforts to downsize operations.

No Livestock Slaughtering in PJ Old Town Market

While the market reopens on Saturday, chicken traders are only scheduled to return on July 1 as the market space needed upkeep and repair works.

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