Former company director denies lying under oath in Guan Eng graft case
Ibrahim Sahari responds to questioning on inconsistencies between his statements at two separate courts.
Perak PAS chief ordered to pay RM250,000 to Guan Eng in defamation suit
Razman Zakaria alleged in a Facebook post in 2017 that the former Penang chief minister supported a ban on hotel workers wearing headscarves.
Investigating officer in Guan Eng tunnel case denies 'blacking out facts' in 'big boss' chat
Wan Mohd Firdaus Wan Yusof also denies that he was specifically instructed not to include facts in the forensic report on the 'big boss', so that Lim would face false charges.
Guan Eng ordered to pay RM250,000 to Azeez in defamation suit
The Court of Appeal says the former Penang chief minister defamed Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim by linking him to RM3 million in consultation fees paid by the developer of the state's undersea tunnel project.
Prosecution witness denies being told to lie in case against Guan Eng
The former senior vice-president of Consortium Zenith BUCG Sdn Bhd says he was never asked by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to lie in his testimony.
Lawyer urges equal treatment for 3R cases after Sanusi probe and prosecution
Rafique Rashid says everyone who uses 3R issues should be subject to the same action, including those from the government.
Guan Eng's case different from Sanusi's, says top cop
Razarudin Husain says the DAP chairman did not touch on matter related to the royal institution.
A response to Lim Guan Eng
MalaysiaNow stands by its reports on the recent speech by the DAP chairman.
We'll prove you wrong, PN tells Guan Eng after 'green wave' warning
PN component Bersatu says the remarks are a 'desperate move' ahead of the state elections.
Chinese daily makes amendments to Guan Eng's 'green wave' speech
The amended report, however, retains the DAP leader's warnings about the destruction of houses of worship and the curbs on non-Muslim rights under a new Penang government.
'Temples will be destroyed, so stop the Mongols': Guan Eng warns Penangites against 'green wave'
The DAP leader, in a hard-hitting speech, paints Penang's fate as that of ancient China being devastated by the violent Mongols.
Guan Eng fails in suit against daily, MCA leader
The Penang High Court rules that the opinion piece on funding for a Chinese school was not defamatory.