Johor customs seize contraband cigarettes worth RM9.45 million
This includes unpaid tax, in addition to the value of the eight million sticks of cigarettes found.
Woman charged with murdering 11-year-old girl in Johor
Sembakavali, 34, faces the death sentence if found guilty.
Aug 29 case management for Sam Ke Ting’s appeal in basikal lajak case
Sam's lawyer says the date was set as the record of appeal was not yet ready.
Johor can quit Malaysia if rights are breached, sultan warns Putrajaya
Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar accuses the federal government of treating the state 'like a stepchild'.
Tunku Ismail appointed as acting sultan in Johor
His father, Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar, says he wishes to take a break.
No one home at Forest City
While tourists and tenants are slowly returning, the massive development appears mostly empty.
Johor short 15,000 to 18,000 nurses, says exco
Ling Tian Soon says Malaysian nurses receive attractive offers from Singapore where they are paid more due to the exchange rate.
The ghost town of Forest City
Originally envisioned as an innovative smart city constructed on four artificial islands in Johor, the project appears to be inching along with only a fraction of the occupants initially targeted.
Ex-judge Sri Ram to lead Sam Ke Ting’s appeal in ‘basikal lajak’ case
Case management for Sam's appeal has been set on May 11 before deputy registrar Mohd Khairi Haron.
Woman in ‘basikal lajak’ case gets reprieve from jail for now
Sam Ke Ting has obtained leave to appeal against the six-year jail term and RM6,000 fine meted out by the High Court last week.
Woman in ‘basikal lajak’ case jailed 6 years, fined RM6,000
The Johor Bahru High Court has overturned the ruling by the Magistrate's Court upholding the previous decision to acquit and free Sam Ke Ting of the charges against her.
PN eating into BN’s Malay vote bank, forum told
Panellists point to figures from the recent election in Johor showing that more young Malay voters supported Perikatan Nasional over Barisan Nasional.