In racially charged speech, 'Superman Hew' urges support for PH while condemning 'head-wrapped Malays'
Hew Kuan Yew has admitted making the speech, but claims the Malay subtitles do not accurately reflect what he said.
14-day campaign period to come to an end
After that, no further activities to appeal for votes will be allowed.
No 'war of the poster boys' ahead of polling day
An analyst offers explanations for why the previously widespread use of leaders' pictures on campaign material appears much more muted this time.
A rainy night with Perikatan Nasional
Perikatan Nasional leaders and candidates take turns addressing the crowd at an election event in Kuala Lumpur.
The war of flags begins again
Flags, banners and posters, an essential part of any general election, are put up during the campaign period ahead of polling day on Nov 19.
The role of celebrities in GE campaigns
But while artists have a significant part to play, their own ventures into the political arena are not always a success.
No campaign from behind bars for Najib
The Prison Department says no statements can be issued by prison inmates.
No GE campaigning for Najib while serving jail term, says prison DG
Nordin Muhammad says the former prime minister is subject to the Prison Act and its regulations for the duration of his jail term.
Philippine politicians who have run for election behind bars
Being accused or convicted of major crimes in the Philippines is no barrier to running for public office – unless the hopefuls have exhausted their legal options.
Philippines kicks off chaotic election campaign season
Candidates hit the hustings for the three-month campaign season in a charm offensive aimed at wooing millions of voters typically more interested in personality than policy.
Govt considering allowing Melaka candidates to campaign on official media outlets
Minister Annuar Musa says the government understands the difficulties of campaigning under tight SOPs.
With Zahid on top, EC rule on campaign posters could backfire on BN
Will splashing the BN chairman's face on posters bring in the votes?