Transgender rights group: Assigning 122 Islamic enforcers for Nur Sajat witchhunt overzealous

Justice for Sisters has labelled the Jais attempt to detain Nur Sajat as extreme.

Analysts predict what may happen when Parliament sits

A political analyst foresees the government’s majority support being challenged when the Dewan Rakyat reconvenes.

Journalists: PN govt lacks transparency

Muhyiddin Yassin’s lack of engagement with the media shows that the PN government is not transparent.

Stanford University lists Malaysia’s Rebecca Wong among world’s top scientists

Dr Rebecca Wong Shin Yee has been listed as one of the World's Top 2% Scientists by Stanford University.

Shafie Apdal and Syed Saddiq: Year-old PN govt mired in a mess of its...

The current Malay-Muslim centric PN government has been too busy politicking to look after the people’s needs.

Chin Tong: A year after Sheraton coup, why I remain an optimist

Liew Chin Tong explains why he remains an optimist.

Get cracking on noisy motorbikes

It is an offence for owners to modify the exhaust pipe and silencer to generate louder sound.

Criticising court decision not seditious

DAP is disturbed by police investigation into Malaysiakini editor-in-chief Steven Gan and Klang MP Charles Santiago, for criticising a Federal Court decision.

On 80th birthday, Kit Siang expresses hopes of one day seeing a Malaysia for...

As his 80th birthday wish, veteran politician Lim Kit Siang expressed his desire to see Malaysia develop towards being a world-class nation.

Guan Eng: Ode to my father Kit Siang on his 80th birthday

Tribute to a model husband, father and grandfather.