UPDATED 2PM | Cracks on the walls led the Fire Dept to instruct the 40 occupants to vacate their homes.
UPDATED 4.16PM | Driving schools will be allowed to operate from 8am to 4pm come June 1.
'We have enough laws in this country... PAS needs to curb its knee-jerk tendencies.'
COMMENT | The problem now is that legally, Malaysia still regards this practice as permissible.
The award-winning PJ City Council must expose interfering and marauding politicians before they do further damage.
UPDATED 3.35PM | Other countries that have expressed willingness to coordinate with Malaysia for the return of their citizens include Nepal, Bangladesh and Cambodia.
UPDATED 12PM | The duo - Selangau MP Baru Bian and Batu Lintang assemblyperson See Chee How - officially join PSB in a ceremony today in Kuching.
Responding to Bersatu's decision to declare the membership of Mahathir
and his allies void, he adds: 'No individual is above the party
Ku Abd Rahman Ku Ismail's appointment as chairperson of Keda comes into effect on June 1.
CHINI POLLS | Saving lives is more important than other needs in view of the Covid-19 outbreak, says the group.
The SOP covers the seven election processes, says commission head Azhar Azizan Harun.
This will enable elected reps who defect to have their support tested, says Sarawak PKR communications chief Abun Sui Anyit.
An audit of the GLC discovered payments made without approval and unauthorised appointments.
What should be Harapan's strategy and plan as Malaysia seemingly enters the 'new normal' phase of the Covid-19 pandemic?
Four to five Bersatu MPs have shifted to Mahathir's team, says Umno leader Mohd Razlan Rafii, without naming them.
'Mahathir is no saint in this whole fiasco of the collapse of Harapan.'
KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief.
Hong Kong cannot be threatened and will push ahead with the new laws, says its Security Minister John Lee.
This leads to China and Russia criticising the United States for excessive use of force against black people.
Home Secretary Priti Patel says this applies to all 'British National Overseas’ passport holders in Hong Kong.
More than 1,300 US firms have offices in Hong Kong and provide about 100,000 jobs.