Dr Afif Bahardin, who decries gutter politics, says these newspapers are distributed in schools.
Malaysia Airlines fell two spots to 36th in Skytrax's latest annual World's Top 100 Airlines survey.
State to look into setting up a buffer zone between industrial and housing areas.
Ex-DPM is to be hauled to court tomorrow and Thursday to face fresh charges.
ADUN SPEAKS | The government is committed to fulfilling its promise in the Harapan manifesto.
The Kesas highway's concession is set to expire in slightly more than four years.
She had used a derogatory term for effeminate on her teacher.
Information chief insists, however, that vernacular school system is here to stay.
The airline says it spared no expense to ensure the aircraft was safe to fly.
The cabinet agreed to a taskforce after Suhakam’s inquiry concluded that Special Branch was responsible for the disappearance of Koh and Amri.
Saifuddin Nasution says disciplinary action against her will be discussed if it is raised during the political bureau meet.
All five in stable condition, the latest case is 19-year-old girl who was admitted last Saturday.
This is after the premier denies a CNBC report that he will not remain in office beyond three years.
Plus Malaysia Bhd is the expressway arm of UEM Group, a subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Bhd.
Harapan Youth lodges complaint against political party for receiving 1MDB-linked funds.
The finance minister says Wee Ka Siong's statement is terrible and will affect the country's economy.
Her two-year term is effective June 1, 2019, to May 31, 2021.
UPDATED 12.23PM | Judge allows bid by DPP to gazette notice for third parties who have interest in the civil forfeiture suits.
The air pollution should not have recurred after the incident back in March.
US President Donald Trump signs an executive order imposing the sanctions on Monday, after Tehran's downing of an American drone last week.
Protesters raise more than HK$5 million in crowdfunding campaign to take out newspaper ads.
Luxury condominiums, bungalows and commercial offices used to attract gamblers via the web or gaming applications.
The medical fraternity has long appealed for a compassionate approach to these addicts, says Dr Steven Chow.
PM says the time he mentioned was the time needed for 'corrective work'.