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Anifah: I was offered RM100mil to get MPs to jump

KUALA LUMPUR: Kimanis MP Datuk Seri Anifah Aman told a High Court here that a businessman linked to the Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has offered him RM100mil to bring 10 Sabah MPs to cross over.

Umno AGM: JIL Umno needed to rejuvenate

KUALA LUMPUR: Admitting that Umno needs rejuvenation, party president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak called on the younger members, referred to as JIL Umno, to be nurtured with the right values to lead the nation.

Uncertain future: Heritage structures in Jonker Street, or Jalan Hang Jebat, which is possibly the most famous road in Malacca, could be taken back under the state government’s new plan.

Malacca to reclaim colonial land

EXCLUSIVE: Malacca will reclaim land issued to individuals by the Portu­guese, Dutch, British and Japanese administrators.


Measuring change in education

The popular perception that our education system is in a downward spiral is far from reality.

Dasha Logan scores on British music charts

PETALING JAYA: Dasha Logan, daughter of late Alleycats' vocalist Loganathan Arumugam, is herself making waves in the music industry and has notched her first hit on British charts with the single Cleverly.

Journalist Melizarani T.Selva and deputy editor Sam Cheong (behind) riding folding bicycles to Menara Star from Seri Setia, Petaling Jaya, in conjunction with World Car-Free Day on (Sept 22)

#CyclingDanger: Wheel of Fortune

In Malaysia, taking to the open road on a bicycle is like a taking a spin on the wheel of fortune. Every time Gary Geoffery dons his cycling attire, he cannot help but wonder if it will be his last day alive.

What are high performers made of?

Here are some consistent hallmark competencies amongst high performers.

Ultimatum for Malaysia Airlines unions

PETALING JAYA: The proposed law governing Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAB), the new company that will take over Malaysian Airlines System Bhd (MAS), spells out clearly the terms that ensure unions and associations come to the negotiating table within a stipulated timeframe or risk losing out in any decision-making.

Ooi (left) and Tey speaking to the media.

Drama at Protasco EGM, new twist in boardroom tussle

KUALA LUMPUR: It was supposed to be D-Day for Protasco Bhd shareholders as they were to vote on removing company directors at an EGM.

Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil - Bernama

Don't 'play-play' with the women

Can the men in Umno still say no after the way the Wanita Umno wing was all fired up over its request for a woman vice-president post?

Huge outcry: The National Guard standing behind the police to protect the police station the day after protesters burned buildings in protest of the Grand Jury decision not to indict Wilson. — EPA

Missouri burning

Yet another racial flare-up shows us that even having a minority individual in the top job doesn’t always change a society’s prejudices.

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Demonstrators take part in a "mock trial" of Darren Wilson as they protest the decision of a grand jury regarding the death of Michael Brown in St. Louis, Missouri November 26, 2014.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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Thailand too strong for Malaysia in AFF Suzuki Cup

SINGAPORE: Mohd Safiq Rahim scored a peach of a solo goal for Malaysia but it still came to nothing against Thailand. Malaysia twice took the lead but still lost 3-2 to a youthful Thai side in their penultimate AFF Suzuki Cup Group B match.

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