21 March 2017
NIBONG TEBAL: A viral message claiming that chickens and eggs were secretly being destroyed in Valdor, Sungai Bakap, and urging the public to stop its consumption has been confirmed as fake.
20 March 2017
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) has refuted claims that a chocolate called "Eyeglass with Candy" contains non-halal ingredients.
16 March 2017
KUALA LUMPUR: The Meteorological Department has refuted news on the Equinox phenomenon which was viralled on social sites.
15 March 2017
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s very own Raja Bomoh Sedunia has not appeared on North Korean news, contrary to a video that is spreading on social media networks.
15 March 2017
CYBERJAYA: A fact-checking website, sebenarnya.my, has been launched to curb the spread of fake news.
8 March 2017
PETALING JAYA: No shark warnings have been issued around Pulau Kapas, said the Terengganu Department of Marine Parks.
6 March 2017
KOTA KINABALU: A Facebook posting stating that a woman had bravely fought off two men who tried to rob then rape her in Penampang, near here, has gone viral, but the incident has been found to be fake.
5 March 2017
PETALING JAYA: A rumour has been circulating via WhatsApp saying that Pastor Raymond Koh was murdered and his body has been found.
28 February 2017
SEGAMAT: A 34-year-old man, who gained unwanted fame after photos of his MyKad (pic) went viral on social media for purportedly having looks that did not match his name, is indeed a Malaysian.
27 February 2017
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have rubbished a voice note going viral on WhatsApp, claiming that major roads and highways in the Klang Valley were closed to make way for the arrival of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.