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Nation

I have the power to control House, says Hee

IPOH: Perak Deputy Speaker Hee Yit Foong has maintained that she had the power to take over proceedings from ousted Speaker V. Sivakumar during Thursday's sitting.

Nation

Chaotic day in idyllic Ipoh

IPOH: This usually quiet city saw chaos for most of the day as traffic jams choked major streets and police arrested 69 people, including 10 Opposition MPs and assemblymen.

Community

New councillors to ‘better represent the folk’

THE five district officers dropped as Penang municipal councillors are being replaced by those who would better represent the people's interests, said Penang Local Government and Traffic Mana-gement Committee chairman Chow Kon Yeow.

Community

Groups shocked over resignation

Several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and residents associations have expressed shock over state executive councillor Elizabeth Wong's decision to resign over the circulation of revealing photographs of her.

Community

Events for the week

Lifestyle

Free concert

MUSIC, art and fashion will take the headlines at the UOX Play @ BB Plaza event this Saturday.

Nation

NGOs protest against book ban with 1,000 signed postcards

A group of 10 non-governmental organisations including Sisters in Islam, Suaram and representatives from the Bar Council handed some 1,000 postcards protesting against the banning of books to the Home Ministry here.

Nation

Hindraf and Penans get Suaram award

The outlawed Hindraf and the Penans of Ulu Baram in Sarawak were jointly awarded Suaram's Human Rights Award 2008 Tuesday.

Nation

Hindraf, Penans win Suaram human rights award

The outlawed Hindraf and the Penans of Ulu Baram in Sarawak were jointly awarded Suaram's Human Rights Award 2008 on Tuesday.

Nation

NGOs against book-banning say it with postcards

A group of 10 non-governmental organisations, including Sisters in Islam (SIS), Suaram and representatives from Bar Council, handed some 1,000 postcards protesting the banning of books to the Home Ministry.