Polling ends, vote-tallying process begins for Johor by-elections
The vote-tallying process is expected to be completed by as early as 8.30pm.
Cost of living front and centre for Simpang Jeram voters
They say more and more people have been complaining about the rising cost of goods.
Varsity makes U-turn after protest over exams during polls?
Outrage on campus over plan to continue with exams denying students their right to vote on Aug 12.
Bosses must let workers return to home town to vote, says deputy minister
Deputy Human Resources Minister Mustapha Sakmud says employers can be fined up to RM5,000 or sentenced to jail for up to one year if they refuse to allow their employees to exercise their right to vote.
Elections loom in 6 states but will Undi 18 turn out to vote?
Indifference and political apathy appear to be the trend among some first-time voters.
Govt's propaganda unit teaches students to vote ahead of state elections
An official denies political motives in the holding of the programme.
Umno's 'politics of charity', still relevant after election defeat?
While some have called for an end to the practice of giving handouts in return for support, the culture may live on, say analysts.
First-time voters review 5-day wait for new govt
Some criticise parties and politicians while others say the wait was good for the country.
Three voters die at polling centres
Two died in Johor while the third died in Kelantan.
For some, going home to vote a distant and expensive dream
They say they cannot afford to make the trip back to their home towns as the election is slated for the middle of the month.
Another PH state declares holiday on election eve
So far, three states have declared Nov 18 a holiday.
On voting for the candidate, not the party
It is time Malaysian voters become more discerning about the individuals vying for their votes in GE15 rather than blindly supporting the parties that they represent.