LETTER | Having misled the public about his qualifications, the deputy Foreign Minister should either resign or face the sack.
LETTER | All Malaysians have a right to know the whole truth.
LETTER | The decision by police to probe the lawyer under PAA is outrageous.
LETTER | Respecting the rights of our minority enhances the worth of our entire society.
LETTER | The day England ended its penalty curse, M'sia may have ended its curse of unequal justice.
Religious officials should be more concerned about Muslims who follow hate ideologies than those who don't fast.
The Malaysian gov't should uphold and even scale up its climate change promises.
Malaysia welcomes foreign investments and competition, but the playing field must be level.
Governments around the world must unite on the war against all forms of 'terror' and not just the 'ism' of terrorism.
Let us share our good harvests while we can, for this is the spirit of Gawai.
Communities should band together and discover what they have to offer in their own backyards.
We need to ask ourselves why Malaysians are so easily divided and exploited.
The single major mistake that PKR and other opposition leaders and parties have made is declaring Opposition Leader and PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as their candidate for interim prime minister should they win the coming general election.
On May 5, 2017, a driver was attacked by several men outside a surau just after Friday prayers concluded at Taman Austin Perdana, Johor Baru. This was because, the driver found cars blocking his path and he kept honking. Several men hit him with traffic cone, helmet and bare hands.
A recent warning by Sultan of Perak, Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah, against corruption, “six decades of development can be destroyed in just a single decade through wrongdoings that result in wastage”.
The Malaysian Bar is dismayed that the provision for pre-charge detention for up to 28 days, pursuant to the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma), were renewed for a further five-year period by the Dewan Rakyat on April 5, 2017.
Depravity is a dangerous indulgence to fall into. It may cause us to lose our minds. We become stupid, not knowing we are.
It was reported that a car driver had fled the scene after a fatal accident at Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur on May 24, which killed a motorcyclist and pillion rider.
The Malaysian Bar is aghast that yet another person has died while in police custody. K Partiban, aged 34, who was being held by the police in Malacca under the Prevention of Crime Act 1959, was reportedly already dead when the police brought him to the hospital on May 22, 2017.
In the wee hours of this morning, May 24, 2017, two men had been executed at Sungai Buloh Prison - a Chinese Malaysian and Yong Kar Mun, 48 who was sentenced to death in 2009 for armed robbery.
The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) are very much in the news lately, due to the arrests of many its personnel, among them senior officers, on suspicion of corruption and protecting drug and crime syndicates.
I try to stay away from local news portals nowadays. In my opinion there is no news that’s worth reading anyway. The topics constantly revolve around the same small issues.
Rapid expansion of the middle-class segment of society coupled with rising urban migration are among key factors prompting a sharp increase in the number of vehicles on the roads especially in cities like Kuala Lumpur. More often than not, hours are spent battling traffic congestion, especially during peak hours, impacting overall productivity of our nation.
After years of trying to persuade Perhilitan and Malaysian Customs to take this trade seriously, it is somewhat encouraging to at last see more confiscations taking place.
“When I was small...” (taken from the ‘First of May’ Bee Gees song) I grew up in a mixed neighbourhood in Seremban. There were Chinese, Malays and Indians and an occasional Sikh and Eurasian. The small neighborhood was mainly dominated by Chinese.
Forty eight years have gone by. Many a tree would have grown and withered. However, the story of May 13, the stories of those buried in a mass grave, have hardly been told.
Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) urges the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry to immediately disclose the findings of investigations by the Department of Environment (DOE) of Pahang on the sources of pollution of Sungai Pahang, Sungai Temerloh, Tasik Chini and Tasik Mentiga.
Twenty year ago, my close relative almost perished in Labuan, from what was later diagnosed to be dengue, the real cause of her suffering which the hospital in Labuan, where she lay dying for a few days, had been unable to confirm. She was only saved after being air-lifted to Kota Kinabalu (KK).