We Are World’s 16th Most Peaceful Country

Malaysia is ranked 16th most peaceful country in the world, according to the Global Peace Index (GPI) 2019.

SJKC Enrolment Increases Despite Opposition by Anti-Vernacular School Groups

Amid calls by certain quarters for vernacular schools to be shut down, Chinese primary schools (SJKC) continue to attract parents of all races.

10,000 Affordable Homes to Be Built in Bandar Malaysia

The 10,000 affordable homes which will be built in Bandar Malaysia are among the improved terms stipulated in the project’s new agreement.

PKR Wanita Delgates Get Standing Ovation for Speeches Rejecting Racism, Child...

Ask what you can get for rakyat and not yourselves, PKR women’s chief tells delegates.

No Electricity Tariff Surcharge for Domestic Consumers from Jan-Jun 2020

The electricity tariff for domestic consumers will be maintained while the surcharge for commercial and industrial users will be reduced from Jan 1-June 30 next year.

Muhyiddin: PH Must Make Immediate Change to Remain in Power

Urgent action needed by PH to avoid being a one-term wonder.

LRT to Mid Valley with Opening of Long-Awaited Pedestrian Bridge

A pedestrian bridge connecting the former Kampung Haji Abdullah Hukum and Mid Valley City was officially opened to the public on Thursday.

Welcome to New Malaysia Where Law, Not Race Prevails – Ambiga...

Ambiga Sreenevasan has schooled Zahid Hamidi on how a proper legal process should work following his remarks on the acquittal of a driver over an accident which killed eight teenage cyclists.

Ambiga Suggests Malaysian Leaders Look at New Zealand PM

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's latest video detailing her government's achievements in the past two years has taken social media by storm.

Serena Nik-Zainal: My WhatsApp, FB & Twitter Accounts Have Exploded!

Serena Nik-Zainal has been overwhelmed by congratulatory messages following news that she is to receive the Dr Josef Steiner Cancer Research Prize 2019.

Lawyer Quits as Judge for UM’s Moot Competition over Protest Crackdown,...

A lawyer withdrew as a judge in UM's 2019 Tun Suffian Moot Competition to object to the university’s response to a graduate’s protest and VC Rahim Hashim's alleged racist remarks.

Becoming Friends Through ‘Tweet’ of Fate

Fahmi Fadzil and Yap Chi Hoe were total strangers who became friends by a ‘tweet’ of fate.

Queen: Speaking English Doesn’t Mean Forgetting our Traditions

Speaking English does not mean we are forgetting our traditions, nor does it mean that we are leaving behind our identity, the Queen says.

Lim Ends Budget Speech with Reminder: Malaysia Belongs to All Malaysians

In wrapping up the Budget 2020 tabling in parliament, Lim Guan Eng today shared his vision for Malaysia over the next one year.

Budget Cheer – RM500 Special Aid for Civil Servants, RM250 for...

Civil servants will receive a RM500 special aid pay-out next year, the same amount they got this year.

Minister Criticises Tourist Spots for Banning Tourists from Visiting

Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi has lambasted popular tourist sites that have closed their doors to tourists, in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Accused in Tahfiz Fire Tragedy Ordered to Enter Defence on Murder Charge

One of the accused charged with murder over the death of 23 people in a fire at Pusat Tahfiz Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah cried uncontrollably after he was ordered to enter his defence.

IGP Assures Indira Gandhi of “Happy Ending”

Police have assured former kindergarten teacher M Indira Gandhi of a “happy ending” in her quest to be reunited with her daughter whom she has not seen for more than a decade.

Actor Zed Zaidi Slammed for Spreading Fake News About Coronavirus

Malaysian actor Zed Zaidi is facing backlash online for spreading fake news and stoking panic about the coronavirus (2019-nCoV) situation in Malaysia.

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