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Lokman arrested again under Emergency Ordinance

Lokman Noor Adam has been arrested for the second time under the Emergency Ordinance which allows for action against fake news on Covid-19.

Covid-19: 4,765 new cases

Covid-19 positive cases in the country spiked to 4,765 today, the highest recorded this month so far, bringing the overall cumulative cases to 453,222.

Najib: Why are ‘most infectious’ sectors still open?

Najib has questioned the government’s decision to allow the construction and manufacturing sectors to stay open during the latest MCO.

Medical specialist: Let experts handle Covid-19, ‘mum’ your ministers

The government must allow the EAG to take over the Health Ministry’s Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre in the fight against the virus.

Nationwide MCO 3.0 from May 12 to June 7

The National Security Council agreed to enforce the NCO nationwide, effective May 12 until June 7.

Resign if uncomfortable with PN govt, Hadi tells civil servants

Hadi Awang has told civil servants to follow the government's instruction even if they do not support the ruling PN coalition.

Khairy concedes HIDE has “blindspots”, but insists data is sound

The HIDE system has its blindspots.

Listen to people instead of blindly trusting data, Guan Eng tells...

Call to suspend “deeply flawed” HIDE system.

Cops summon Malaysiakini reporters to help in probe on Hamid Bador...

Police have recorded the statements of two Malaysiakini staff regarding allegations made by Hamid Bador in his last press conference.

Ain will be victim of failed system if ministry doesn’t act,...

Hannah Yeoh urges government not to ignore the school issues of rape jokes and period spot checks.

Ex-IGP Khalid to sue The Malaysian Insight if no apology over...

Former IGP Khalid Abu Bakar has given The Malaysian Insight until Thursday to apologise over an article linking him to a leak in a task force probing 1MDB.

Speak up for Ain or resign, Maszlee tells Radzi

If Radzi Md Jidin and his deputies aren't able to speak up on the Ain Husniza issue, then they should all resign.

Why focus on malls and not factories, govt asked

Putrajaya questioned for its focus on suspending operations at shopping centres listed under HIDE, while ignoring factories which contribute to a bulk of cases.

Always monitor your children, advises mum of baby who fell to...

Mother considers the tragedy a painful lesson not to be complacent around children.

More PH MPs, parents’ group stand with student Ain Husniza

Several more lawmakers from PH have rallied behind student Ain Husniza in a growing solidarity movement after she was threatened with expulsion.

Main murder suspect jumps off building

A 24-year-old man who was the main suspect in the murder of a college student was killed after falling from the 26th floor of a building in Damansara Perdana yesterday.

Teacher who made rape jokes transferred to Selangor State Education Dept

The teacher who allegedly made rape jokes in Ain Husniza's classroom has been transferred to the Selangor State Education Department.

Babysitter’s husband charged with murder, sodomy of 9-month-old baby

A jobless man was charged with murdering and sodomising a nine-month-old baby boy.

Lokman arrested again under Emergency Ordinance

Lokman Noor Adam has been arrested for the second time under the Emergency Ordinance which allows for action against fake news on Covid-19.

Covid-19: 4,765 new cases

Covid-19 positive cases in the country spiked to 4,765 today, the highest recorded this month so far, bringing the overall cumulative cases to 453,222.

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