JOHOR BARU: Barisan Nasional has a better track record when it comes to delivering its election promises, said Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad.
SEREMBAN: As the general election looms, the Chinese are watching to see if the recognition of the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) will be included in the Barisan Nasional manifesto.
GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has been told to openly apologise for delivering a political speech to an audience of children during the launch of the People’s Tuition Programme.
GEORGE TOWN: Police will make security arrangements inside the court during the corruption trial of Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng which begins on Monday at the Penang High Court.
A letter from TUNKU SOFIAH JEWA , Petaling Jaya
PUTRAJAYA: The Selangor government is seeking to recuse two judges hearing its appeal against the Election Commission (EC) and two others over the redelineation exercise in the state.
PETALING JAYA: A heartwarming music video titled Hebat Negaraku by heads of government-linked companies (GLCs) has been released on YouTube.
MUAR: It was almost a miracle when two crewmen were rescued – barely alive – from the engine room of a sand dredge, some 50 hours after it capsized off the waters here.
AN 11-year-old boy from Lahat, Perak, drowned while trying to retrieve a ball from a sewage treatment pond, Tamil Nesan reported.
A MALAYSIAN woman who was about to give birth at a hospital in Melbourne won A$40,000 (RM120,000) for trying her luck at a televised contest, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.