Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar reminds graduates that there are no shortcuts to success.
Sultan Ibrahim says such matters will be decided by the state gov't on behalf to the ruler.
UPDATED 6.03PM | He says the Johor royalty should provide further information on their surveillance allegation.
Also present were Johor crown prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim and Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah Anwar.
UPDATED 7.36PM | The Johor crown prince's vehicle is also seen entering the palace.
Sultan Ibrahim says 'mat rempit' gives the impression that motorcyclists are scumbags, gangsters.
GE14 | Especially those that could cause racial and religious conflicts, says Sultan Ibrahim.
A group of medical experts urge Sultan Ibrahim to raise awareness on the dangers of unsupervised homebirths.
The injury did not stop Sultan Ibrahim from attending the state's annual Thaipusam celebrations.
Enemies of Islam will rejoice if we fight among ourselves, says Zamihan Mat Zin.
YOURSAY | ‘Nobody had reckoned that of all persons, a sultan no less, would not follow the script.’
'Think for yourselves, what about seats in public places that may have been licked by dogs?' he asks.
This follows Sultan Ibrahim's royal rebuke towards Jakim and preacher Zamihan.
Sultan Ibrahim also backs calls for progressive moderation.
His lawyer Fakhrul Azman says the preacher is out on police bail.
The sultan must also be amenable to criticism and made accountable for the decisions made, says Abdul Aziz Bari.
Zamihan Mat Zin blames the media instead and demands a probe into the 'republican agenda of liberal Muslims'.
Live broadcast of proceedings would encourage lawmakers to behave, says Mengkibol rep.
Police claims the comments on Facebook are offensive to the Johor royalty.
Cops arrest businesswoman, 48, in Kuala Lumpur last night.
The monarch in his statement today reiterates that Johor titles were not for sale.
PAS MP says this following the ruler's revelation that he was offered RM2 million for a 'Tan Sri' title.
Cops seize three phones, three SIM cards, five memory cards and a pendrive from the suspect.
He tells 'outsiders' including Johoreans living in KL and have political ambitions, to butt out.
Sultan Ibrahim says he receives regular updates from the MACC, adopts non-interference policy.
UPDATED 3.30PM | Abd Latif Bandi takes leave to focus on clearing his name on land, housing scandal.
Man detained following remarks deemed offensive and inciting that could threaten country's harmony and prosperity.
Parents must monitor the movements and activities of their children and not allow them to play in dangerous areas.
This is over Dr Mahathir's claim that 700,000 Chinese nationals would be brought to Johor purportedly through the Forest City project.