Recent and archived articles by Arnold Loh
GEORGE TOWN: A large group of men from different races held up the golden cloth shading the remains of Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president S.M. Mohamed Idris as gravediggers prepared his final resting place.
GEORGE TOWN: Many leaders were in attendance as the Consumers Association of Penang's long-time president S.M. Mohamed Idris was laid to rest at about 11am on Saturday (May 18).
GEORGE TOWN: In his fight for a better world, social activist S.M. Mohamed Idris (pic) got his message across loud and clear – even without a mobile phone.
KANGAR: Nestled in the foothills just 3km from the Thai border is a half-forgotten old folks home built on Malaysia’s tin rush legacy.
GEORGE TOWN: Malaysia's iconic consumer advocate S.M. Mohamed Idris has died of heart failure. He was 93.
KANGAR: It is a case of two shades of green for visitors to Perlis hunting for the wondrously sweet harumanis mango to break fast with.This fasting month coincides with the peak of the harumanis season. Buyers will find that some stalls sell them in two shades of green.
Happy first anniversary in government, Pakatan Harapan! But, of course, in Penang and Selangor, we have had them around for 11 years, though they were called Pakatan Rakyat for several years.
JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) is now monitoring at least 10 hotspots in the state used by illegal migrants to sneak across the borders, especially during the Hari Raya rush back to their home countries.
EXCLUSIVE: GEORGE TOWN: It could be punishing, and sometimes even life-threatening, for Indonesians to sneak illegally into Malaysia. And when they want to leave, they would have to pay a price to access secure routes home.
GEORGE TOWN: A cracked underground drain caused rainwater to flood the earth beneath a road in Tanjung Bungah, causing a retaining wall to burst open and creating a 10m-wide “cavern” beneath the road.