After shouting match with PM, Radzi next PN politician to be called by MACC?
The anti-graft agency's chief commissioner, Azam Baki, does not rule out the former education minister being called over an investigation into a book printing contract.
DAP man defends Lee amid storm over Quranic interpretation
This comes after Kedah leader Muhammad Sanusi Mohd Md Nor compared Howard Lee's action to that of a former Jakarta governor.
Journalists, press groups come together to condemn MCMC's threat against MalaysiaNow
They say the internet regulator's defence of its actions in summoning editors and blocking news portals shows its shallowness in understanding the role of the media.
Reforms are dead under Madani govt
Former Penang deputy chief minister P Ramasamy says talks about reforms are only to prolong the stay of the Pakatan Harapan-led government.
MCMC's shallowness in understanding the media's roleJoint statement by 21 signatories
Former Penang deputy CM on Anwar's reading of the Malay mindP Ramasamy
Where are the reforms we were promised?Joint statement by 22 organisations
'Green wave': Is Malaysia heading towards renewed Islamisation or de-Islamisation?Marzuki Mohamad
Mahathir on the ringgit's declineDr Mahathir Mohamad
Zahid's discharge, a setback for the people's movementMaria Chin Abdullah
'Many requests but no funds': Opposition MPs make do without govt allocations
Some say they have been dipping into their own savings to help their constituents.
Anwar says China gave reassurance after map stirred South China Sea dispute
The prime minister says China assured that it would continue to negotiate with Southeast Asian countries over disputed territorial claims in the South China Sea.
Three-way contest in Pelangai
The seat fell vacant following the death of its assemblyman, Johari Harun.
Empty seats, Mahathir's speech fill social media chatter as Malaysians evaluate Anwar's first UN address
Pictures of a near-empty hall at the United Nations General Assembly make waves on social media hours after the prime minister's speech.
Find a long-term solution, medical group says after foreign nurses given green light
The Malaysian Medical Association says throughout the world, wealthier countries have been scouting for talent from developing or poorer countries.
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Why asking DAP to abandon its ideology makes no sense
The issue is not the necessity for DAP to abandon its ideology, but the imperative for parties like Umno, PAS, and DAP to find common ground on what constitutes good governance that does away with rigid and narrow ideologies.