Malaysiakini :: JOHN GRAFILO, DPA
Anti-rat campaign confronts vermin menace
John Grafilo, dpa | 3:30PM Aug 23, 2013
While rat horror stories have become a staple on social media the vermin pose a more serious threat than giving people a fright and gnawing furniture.
Fraud worries ahead of tomorrow's election
John Grafilo, dpa | 5:12PM May 4, 2013
An election monitor group today warns of fraud in tomorrow's polls amid reports of transport being arranged for voters by political parties.
Ethnic politics at heart of GE13 campaign
John Grafilo, dpa | 3:10PM Apr 25, 2013
'Not all Chinese are rich so we also deserve support from the government and not just the Malays,' says a food-stall owner.
Swift action urged on Sabah elephant poisoning
John Grafilo, dpa | 10:44AM Feb 1, 2013
Conservationists are demanding that the govt acts swiftly on the suspected poisoning of the Bornean elephants in Sabah.
Islamic authorities insist 'Allah' only for Muslims
John Grafilo, dpa | 8:12PM Jan 25, 2013
In the sermons, the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) warns that non-Muslims who do so are out to confuse Muslims.
IMF hails Malaysia's long-term economic strategy
John Grafilo, dpa | 12:52PM Nov 15, 2012
Its MD congratulates the PM and his colleagues on their skillful economic management and continuing robust growth.
M'sia challenges global uncertainty with new hub
John Grafilo, dpa | 2:52PM Sep 10, 2012
Iskandar Malaysia spans 220,000 hectares, about three times the size of Singapore and twice the size of Hong Kong.
Ambiga forges on despite threats
John Grafilo, dpa | 11:30AM Jul 11, 2012
'The extent of demonising is ridiculous,' the Bersih leader and veteran trial lawyer says at her office in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia moves to reform election system
John Grafilo, dpa | 11:46AM Apr 25, 2012
Toh Kin Woon, a leader of the Coalition for Free and Fair Elections (Bersih), says some of the root problems have not been addressed.
Opposition pact optimistic about upcoming polls
John Grafilo, dpa | 2:04PM Mar 8, 2012
'You can smell the scent of change in the air. The people thirst for change. The people are ready for change,' says PKR veep N Surendran.
Valentine's Day causes split in Malaysian society
John Grafilo, dpa | 11:26AM Feb 10, 2012
Valentine’s Day in Malaysia also triggers acrimonious debates on whether the celebration should be stopped in the country.
Debate highlights how tough it is to be gay
John Grafilo, dpa | 8:49AM Jan 24, 2012
BN leaders have lambasted Anwar for a statement to the BBC that they interpreted as expressing support for gay rights.
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