Rosol Wahid says the appropriate price for a glass of water should only be between 20 and 30 sen.
I want to challenge Amirudin in Sungai Tua, a 'Grade A' PKR seat, says ex-senator.
If logging activities not controlled, it will cause mud floods, says Saarani Mohamad.
If true, what Umno president said did not tarnish reformasi movement, says Ezam Mohd Nor.
Abdul Hamid Bador says he had issued the transfer order for the good of all.
Ex-Jelebu MP says those in govt, particularly ministers, deputy ministers, are for sure making choices to face GE15.
Will Wee reverse his failed policies to save RM12-15b in potential data investments, asks DAP sec-gen.
Policy hurts Malaysia's ability to attract data centre investments and boost digitalisation, say tech giants.
Nurulhidayah Ahmad Zahid asks: Who is the one with no 'telor' now?
This after travellers from China to S'wak tested Covid-19 positive despite being fully vaccinated.
Systems in place contributes to early, ingrained, segregation among the races.
There is no Malay unity. Their bitter feuds are just over who can drive
the gravy train and control the government purse strings…
'I will grade Muhyiddin as a 'below average' prime minister.'
Ironically, the mass arrests helped pave way to the once elusive dream of forming a credible opposition coalition.
By then, vaccine supplies expected to outpace number of people currently registered.
UPDATED 4.20PM | The two politicians have yet to lodge a police report over the 'fake' phone conversation.
Their bank finally agreed not to auction off their Sungai Siput house.
Rafiq Naizamohideen says there's mounting evidence the two were consorting.
The former prime minister contends there's new evidence that can back his defence.
'His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.'