UPDATED 6.25PM | CORONAVIRUS | There are four imported cases involving three Malaysians and one non-citizen.
Follow the latest updates and essential information on the outbreak in Malaysia, all in one place.
The best window for PN to return to power with the people's mandate is in October, according to insiders.
CORONAVIRUS | Certain classes in 138 schools in Kuching and surrounding districts will reopen on Aug 3 instead of tomorrow.
ZAHID TRIAL | Former Exim bank chair testifies the payment was meant to pay off Ri-Yaz Asset Sdn Bhd's debts.
China blatantly disrespects Malaysian borders and ignores diplomatic protest notes.
Describing it as impractical, Zuraida Kamaruddin says the plan now is to join Bersatu.
This is not a sign of economic recovery, there has yet to be any reason for optimism.
Azhar should have remembered his criticisms of ex-speakers in controlling an unruly House when Baling MP showed his flair for 'oration'.
Here’s the thing. Bashing others when you are offended is offensive too.
Some entities conducted training for their own members instead of for B40 participants while others overbilled.
The report also found that the quality of fresh produce with some schools was unsatisfactory.
Among others, 75.33 percent of them are not satisfied with the parking facilities provided by the developer.
UPDATED 3.46PM | Rosmah said this during a discussion on a contribution for her to help Jepak secure the solar hybrid project, the court hears.
Topaz, now renamed A+, is reportedly the seventh-largest superyacht in the world.
Azhar's appointment reflects executive interference in the legislature and democracy now under threat, coalition says.
The Damansara MP says he merely asked the position of the new attorney-general on the case.
The ban is effective immediately, announces Selangor exco.
The minister says empowering local governments will show we are a progressive and democratic country.
UPDATED 1.35PM | The estimated unemployment rate for May is 5.3 pct, up 0.3 pct from the previous month.
UPDATED 2.10PM | The Dewan Rakyat speaker had yesterday refused to make a ruling, prompting criticism from opposition MPs.
Perikatan Nasional has broken the laws in appointing the new speaker and deputy speaker of Parliament.
The home minister says being born in the country does not equate to automatic citizenship.
CORONAVIRUS | They are finding cause to pause the reopening of their economies.