Local dialects to the fore, thanks to state elections
But while the use of local dialects can win over local voters, it can also cause confusion among those unfamiliar with the way of speech.
BN's ties with PH cost it the army vote, says analyst
Mazlan Ali says it does not necessarily follow that the army would support a defence minister from Barisan Nasional.
Zahid should step down, Mahathir says after Umno election flop
The former prime minister says Umno is on the decline due to party leaders who do not prioritise its struggle.
Chandra explains Umno's 'disgraceful' polls outing and what PAS, DAP gains show
The prominent thinker says all sides, including the federal coalition, are guilty of distortions, leading to the disappearance of the middle ground that once held power in the country.
Focus on your court case, Anwar tells Muhyiddin
The prime minister brushes off Muhyiddin Yassin's call for him to step down following Pakatan Harapan-Barisan Nasional's poor performance in the state elections.
Govt needs real reforms post-polls, not smoke and mirrors
Real democrats and reformists are needed if the Anwar administration wants to win a second term.
Look in the mirror instead of blaming youths and 'KFC meals', Umno told
The party has lost touch with its rural Malay voter base, says analyst.
Our focus is on nation-building, RTM boss says amid backlash from PH supporters
This comes after Suhaimi Sulaiman was criticised on social media, with many putting the responsibility for the spread of government propaganda on him in the aftermath of the six state elections.
DAP's state polls success proves Malay electorate's acceptance, says Nga
The party won 46 of the 47 state seats contested in Negeri Sembilan, Penang, Selangor, and Kedah.
Umno leader says 'ignorant' young voters induced with KFC meals
The latest remarks by the Umno Supreme Council member echo growing frustrations over the party's failure to regain Malay support.
Amirudin's MB position still not a done deal as Selangor PH gets more time to consider 'other names'
With DAP dominating the ruling bloc, it is not up to PKR alone to choose who helms the state.
Stop pointing fingers, we did well, says Zahid loyalist Azalina
The Umno information chief cites a 0.25% difference in popular votes between Pakatan Harapan and Barisan Nasional on one side, and Perikatan Nasional.