The trouble with AirAsia - according to passengers
Unhappy passengers recount their experiences with the budget airline, from problems with refunds to just communicating with the company.
'Letters' make way into news portals as tobacco lobby steps up war against Khairy's 'endgame' bill
This comes as medical experts criticise some MPs for refusing to support the health ministry's 'tobacco generational endgame'.
Director of Capital A subsidiary arrested in probe over RM24 million bribe
The woman is one of four individuals in the custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission.
Ex-AG Thomas' letter the backbone of decision threatening seizure of Malaysia's wealth abroad
Tommy Thomas' regret over non-payments to the Sulus, among others, is repeatedly cited in the 297-point arbitration judgment.
Strike two for Jho Low in bid for Malaysia deal after talks attended by ex-AG Apandi
The former attorney-general refuses to divulge details, saying the matter is 'confidential'.
More troubling questions for Anwar after his claim of rejecting Najib-Zahid support
It could also point to the failure of the PKR leader to report a serious criminal attempt on the back of the nation's political instability.
Ismail in no mood to entertain court cluster as Zahid’s Umno launches all-out war
Battle lines are being drawn up but the prime minister appears prepared for a head-on collision with those pressuring him to call for polls, at least for now.
Talk, Now with M Ravi (with English/BM subtitles)
Singapore rights lawyer M Ravi speaks with host Ngeow Chow Ying about drug mules, the death penalty, and the way forward for both Malaysia and the city-state.
RAM votes to raise shareholder threshold, paving the way for CTOS takeover plan
The decision comes amid concerns about RAM's independence as a leading rating agency.
SC green light for CTOS to take over RAM criticised ahead of June 9 AGM
Analysts and market observers warn that the company's credibility as a debt rating agency will come under question.
Storm brewing in Malaysian debt capital market as new entity set to take control of RAM rating agency
CTOS Digital has received approval from the Securities Commission to acquire a majority stake in RAM, in a controversial move that raises questions about integrity in Malaysia's debt capital market.
Revealed: French probe into bribery scandal involving KL’s MRT project
It is understood that at least three companies in Malaysia have entered the radar of anti-graft investigators in Paris.