Govt's propaganda unit teaches students to vote ahead of state elections
An official denies political motives in the holding of the programme.
Realignment plan key to AirAsia's viability, says aviation expert
Much will depend on the feasibility of the reorganisation plans submitted by AirAsia X and Capital A to Mavcom.
30 years of waiting for citizenship
Baljit Kaur was abandoned by her birth mother when she was very young and has none of the official documents required to prove her right to be called a Malaysian.
AirAsia passenger has questions after getting new flight on same day
Mohd Dahlan Mohd Noor asks why AirAsia pushed him to April 22 if there was another flight available on April 19.
The making and breaking of political biopics
While local movies of this genre have generally received a lukewarm response, an industry expert says this need not be the case.
Roadside burger stalls flounder as fast food giants join Menu Rahmah
They say they cannot compete with the cheaper meals offered by known industry players.
Families struggle to make ends meet as cost of living bites
Even combined household salaries are sometimes not enough to pay for everything.
Six years after the tahfiz blaze in KL
Student admissions remain strong despite the tragedy at Tahfiz Darul Ittifaqiyah.
More Raya plans out the window after AirAsia reschedules flight
Mohd Dahlan Mohd Noor, who planned to return to his home town with his wife and son, will now arrive only on day one of Raya itself.
Questions on the role of govt as private sector roped in for projects
From Menu Rahmah to the KL-Singapore HSR project, questions have been raised on letting the private sector take the lead.
Family influence no guarantee of success, analysts say on defeat of Umno scions
They say that political parties in general appear more concerned with individual character than family lineage.
Economists pan use of EPF savings as loan collateral
They say that encouraging the people to take up loans will lead to an increase in household debt.