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Paul Yong rape trial: Prosecution wants two witnesses placed under protection

Indonesian embassy staff says no signs maid was guided during call alleging rape.

Explain Malaysia’s absence from Joe Biden’s Leaders Summit on Climate, Tuan...

Malaysia’s exclusion from the Leaders Summit on Climate that US President Joe Biden hosted reflects poorly on the country and the state of its environmental activism.

Kit Siang: PM has no excuse left not to convene Parliament

Lim Kit Siang has again criticised Muhyddin Yassin for not convening Parliament.

Most charges against Sugarbook founder dropped

Most of the criminal charges against Sugarbook and its founder Chan Eu Boon have been dropped.

Warisan ‘unhooks’ from Pakatan, keeps options open on political alignment for...

Parti Warisan Sabah is keeping its options open as it decides to “unhook” its informal association with the national opposition Pakatan Harapan coalition.

Paul Yong’s rape trial begins

After being postponed for over a year, the rape trial of former state executive councillor, Paul Yong Choo Kiong began today.

Vincent Tan resigns as Berjaya Corp executive chairman

Berjaya Corporation executive chairman Vincent Tan will be resigning from his post effective today and will remain on the board of directors as non-executive chairman.

Teresa: MPs fully inoculated, convene parliament now

The government must allow parliament to convene now that most of its members have received the full course of the Covid-19 vaccine.

PKR to demand RM10 million from Xavier

PKR will be submitting a letter of demand for RM10 million to Kuala Langat MP Dr Xavier Jayakumar for leaving the party last month.

Jordan’s Queen Noor says plot attributed to son “wicked slander”

Queen Noor defended Prince Hamza against allegations by the authorities that he carried out actions targeting “security and stability” in the kingdom.

Neelofa and husband may face action over “Langkawi holiday”

A compound will be issued against Neelofa and her husband if it is found that they breached Covid-19 SOP during their recent visit to Langkawi.

Good luck getting re-elected in GE15, Fahmi Fadzil tells “traitor” MPs

History has shown that MPs who betray their parties have a slim chance of staying on at the next general election.

15 injured after express bus skids into drain on North-South Expressway

A bus skidded and landed on its side in a drain on the North-South Expressway after the Menora Tunnel early today.

Shahidan claims Tajuddin gathered signatures in bid to oust Zahid last...

Shahidan Kassim claimed that Tajuddin Abdul Rahman had tried to oust Ahmad Zahid Hamidi last year.

Tajuddin: All Umno ministers, deputy ministers and GLC chairmen to quit...

Tajuddin Abdul Rahman has said all Umno members currently serving in the PN government will vacate their posts by this August.

DAP lawmakers condemn Ronnie Liu over “Chinese dilution” remarks

Liu criticised for “toxic Chinese chauvinist” remarks.

Unmasking Nicky Liow

Nicky Liow was known to throw lavish parties with free-flowing booze.

Najib’s SRC appeal: Defence claims High Court judge had “desire” to hold Najib to...

The defence in Najib's SRC appeal argues that Najib should have been made to answer in a general election instead.

PM: We don’t have much money left

Muhyiddin Yassin reportedly said the government’s coffers have been significantly thinned out to prop up the economy and help Malaysians in the Covid era.

Alvin Goh and brother charged with RM2.14m money laundering

Alvin Goh has claimed trial to seven counts of receiving RM2.14 million, the alleged proceeds of illegal activities.

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