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PM and Umno president on collision course?

WHAT a confusing way to end the week.

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Penang CM seeks strong mandate

POLITICS can be stressful and politicians tend to age fast but Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow has aged well.

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Zuraida and Azmin - from BFFs to bitter foes

DATUK Zuraida Kamaruddin used to be the right-hand woman of Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali but the former comrades are no longer talking to each other. 

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PKR probe claims of polls tampering

DISCONTENT over the outcome of the PKR election is still rippling through the party.

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Opposition takes aim at PM

THE body language between the Prime Minister and the Umno president has warmed up over the last few months.

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What Rafizi’s stunning comeback means for PKR

THE only person who was not shocked about the outcome of the PKR deputy president contest was apparently Rafizi Ramli.

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Tengku Zafrul identified as ‘poster boy’

TENGKU Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Aziz has been a heated topic of conversation among Umno circles in Selangor.

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Is PM still tempted to go full term?

IT was the day the earth moved, yet, its anniversary has passed without fanfare.

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Saifuddin vs Rafizi: Who is in the lead?

NOT many thought Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail would be able to hold up against the star power of Rafizi Ramli.

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Rafizi in proxy power struggle with Anwar

RAFIZI Ramli has laid out such an appealing narrative for his political comeback.

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Tough juggling act for Johor MB

HIS friends have teased him as the “surprise mentri besar” and Datuk Onn Hafiz Ghazi did look somewhat shell-shocked during his early weeks as the Johor Mentri Besar.

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Loke says he won’t be a 'puppet leader'

THERE was a sense that ties between Sin Chew Daily and DAP were about to get off to a new start when Anthony Loke arrived at the newspaper’s headquarters for an interview after taking over as the party’s secretary-general.

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