Ministers should invest more on getting better advisers rather than shooting off their mouths.
Environmental activist Pua Lay Peng is angered and upset by a brazen paint attack on her sister and her house in Kuala Langat but is determined not to back down.
Transport Minister Anthony Loke refused today to confirm or deny if the ‘TMJ’ and ‘RZ’ registration plates used by two Johor royals are registered with the RTD.
People are lining up in hope of adopting a baby boy ever since news of him being left by his mother on the doorsteps of a villager in Kota Belud broke on social media yesterday.
IGP Hamid Bador says all entertainment and gaming outlets will be off-limits for policemen, as part of efforts to prevent corruption in the force.
The appearance of superstars Alan Tam and Kenny Bee at a rally supporting Hong Kong police has rubbed fans the wrong way.
KL international school badmouths palm oil in a play.
The parliament house in Kuala Lumpur, in achieving a milestone of sorts, has created history by becoming the first parliamentary institution to feature a smart convenience store in its premises.
Johor state speaker Suhaizan Kaiat has rejected an emergency motion filed by the Opposition to debate the legality of vehicle number plates with the prefix ‘TMJ’ and ‘RZ’.
Putting the tragedy to rest as there will be no review of the incident.