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Phee cries foul over Teng’s SMS

GEORGE TOWN: A state executive councillor believes there is a conspiracy between the Health Ministry and the state Barisan Nasional to plot the downfall of Pakatan Rakyat in Penang.


Pakatan’s car price pledge not feasible, says Khairy

KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Rakyat’s pledge to revamp the National Automotive Policy (NAP), including slashing the excise duty and reducing the triple-tax burden, is economically unsustainable, said Umno Youth chief Khairy Jamaluddin.


Book on electoral issues

PUTRAJAYA: Despite a general perception that an odd number in the last digit of one’s MyKad are usually given to men, the Election Com­mission (EC) is dispelling the notion.


Still hung up on hudud

KUALA LUMPUR: The hudud issue continues to be a thorn in Pakatan Rakyat as PAS leaders renew their stand to pursue its implementation.


Azizi: I have no wish to be Sementa coordinator

KLANG: Kapar PKR division chief Azizi Ayob insists that he is not interested in the Sementa state constituency coordinator post, contrary to Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam’s allegation.


Fresh talk over political future of Bumburing and Lajim

KOTA KINABALU: Two Sabah MPs appear to be switching their political postures, leading to fresh talk that they are preparing to leave the Barisan Nasional camp by the weekend.


A spat in Kapar PKR

KLANG: Trouble is brewing in the Kapar PKR division, with Kapar MP S. Manikavasagam slammed for announcing his own candidacy for the next general election.


Upko deputy president Bumburing quits as Tuaran Barisan chief

KOTA KINABALU: Upko deputy president Datuk Wilfred Bumburing has resigned as Tuaran Barisan Nasional division chairman.


DAP, PKR leaders challenged to state stand on hudud

KUALA LUMPUR: MCA Youth has dared key DAP and PKR leaders to state their stand on hudud and to publicly chastise PAS over its plan to implement Islamic laws in the country.


Voters get to rethink

PETALING JAYA: Voters turned away from polling centres for refusing to have their finger marked with indelible ink will be allowed to return to cast their ballots if they change their mind.