'The priority of Malaysia is not 'Anwar versus Mahathir', which some of you tend to harp on'.
Success could give hybrid and electric car production in Malaysia a boost, says Automotive Robotics Institute.
Azhar Harun wants witnesses, especially those with video recordings, to come forward.
Former deputy minister says the ex-top cop will garner Malay and Orang Asli votes.
CAMERON POLLS | Harapan candidate stresses that he does not endorse such perceptions.
CAMERON POLLS | 'Malays don't even buy kuih from Orang Asli vendors. I don't think they will vote for an Orang Asli'.
UPDATED 11.52AM | MACC secures four-day remand against ex-official and private company's CEO to facilitate probe into abuse of power allegations.
The Penang deputy chief minister says MIC should exit the political scene for repeatedly failing to put up a fight.
Radzi Sheikh Aman was handed his membership card yesterday, Bersatu sec-gen confirms.
PARLIAMENT | He says investigating Ops Yaman 2 for noncompliance of procedure and wrongdoing should be a priority.
PARLIAMENT | Mohamad Ariff Mohd Yusof says the matter need not be expedited despite Anwar's appeal.
UPDATED 4.20PM | PARLIAMENT | Opposition MPs insist on retraction and apology. Speaker says he will make a ruling on Monday.
UPDATED 2.39PM | Speaker shows him the exit pending clarification if there is a stay order on the Election Court's decision.
PARLIAMENT | This is now possible, thanks to changes brought by the Harapan-led gov’t, says the deputy minister.
Hishamuddin Rais had claimed he was allegedly prevented from delivering lecture at the university tonight.
Cartoon character created for Apom's Xmas campaign bears uncanny resemblance to a certain fugitive financier.
Factoring in slower global growth, he predicts the GDP growth rate will be at 4.7%.
UPDATE 1AM: Kenanga Investment Bank economic research chief hopes that the country can one day bring back GST.
He says his team will try to explain how it works, 'but it’s definitely not too good to be true'.
Guan Eng says gov't could have delivered had Jho Low not taken away RM50b from the country's coffers.
With safeguards in place, Malaysia can blaze the path to enable homeownership on a larger scale, says finance minister.