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Stories by Patrick Lee

| February 27, 2012
Projek mrt

The heads of the two public transport groups behind the MRT must roll, says a DAP MP. More ››

| February 26, 2012
Sarong Railway girls

More than 200 people took part in a sarong-themed flash mob on the RapidKL train on Saturday. More ››

| February 25, 2012
MRT Jalan Petaling

MRT project owners have promised that except for a few government-owned buildings, much of Chinatown will remain intact. More ››

| February 23, 2012
perkasa boss

Rosmah's dinner with Perkasa another indication of BN’s endorsement of the extremist Malay group, says DAP. More ››

| February 22, 2012

They fear being caught up in the impending crackdown on illegal workers. More ››

| February 22, 2012
felda N copy

New arrivals are expected to be brought in to work in plantations just as the government grapples with over... More ››

| February 22, 2012

The Health Ministry has allegedly cut HIV/Aids-related funds this year, potentially leaving thousands of infected patients to fend for... More ››

| February 18, 2012

KFC Malaysia has settled with punched customer, Danny Ng and his family. More ››

| February 16, 2012

Australia's Curtin University has defended honouring Rosmah with a honorary doctorate, despite the public uproar against it. More ››

| February 16, 2012
display 1

Political cartoonist Zunar has taken his controversial drawings to the United Kingdom. More ››

| February 15, 2012

KLPAC's 'boom” is more than just a play about sex after the Apocalypse, but also a satirical look at... More ››

| February 15, 2012
nandos kfc

In a reference to the recent KFC punch-up, Nando's has come up with a cheeky advertisement, with a promise... More ››

| February 15, 2012

Malaysia is paying top Ringgit for its sugar when prices around the world are falling, says DAP's Tony Pua. More ››

| February 14, 2012

Despite the hype and promises, MRT Corp is "not prepared" to solve Chinatown's My Rapid Transit problem, claim activists. More ››

| February 14, 2012

PETALING JAYA: A staggering RM92 million is spent on food imports to Malaysia every day, marking a disturbing trend... More ››

| February 13, 2012

Even though Malaysians rely heavily on imported food, they will not go hungry in a food crisis, the government... More ››

| February 13, 2012

Malaysia is to blame for deported Saudi journalist Hamza Kashgari's fate, who faces certain execution in his home country. More ››

| February 12, 2012

Getting around the Klang Valley may be cheaper than the normal rates with the MyRapid card, hinted a Prasarana... More ››

| February 12, 2012
Projek mrt

Under the rail-plus-propert scheme, the areas surrounding the Dang Wangi station would be developed for commercial or residential purposes. More ››

| February 10, 2012
nfc condo

A senior Finance Ministry official had told the Public Accounts Committee that the RM250m loan to NFC was never... More ››

| February 10, 2012
KFC punch-up

It was not race, but rather the loss of control, that led to KFC workers punching a customer in... More ››

| February 9, 2012
Punched customer

Punched KFC customer Danny Ng found the outlet's service to be too hot and spicy for him. More ››

| February 8, 2012

Fund officials tell Pakatan the guarantee from the government will be 2.67 times the amount borrowed. More ››

| February 8, 2012

A YouTube video shows that the fast food giant not only serves fried chicken but also aims punches at... More ››

| February 3, 2012

Get out and stand under a Pakatan Rakyat ticket, Kita chiefs tell Zaid Ibrahim. More ››

| February 3, 2012
orang asli

Malaysia's aborigines, according to an Umno MP, needed to change in order to fit in an increasingly developing world. More ››

| February 2, 2012

The defence contractor failed to get a hearing for the RM480-million suit against the government. More ››

| February 1, 2012
pertahankan tanah warisan

Chinatown traders and their supporters celebrated FT Day by staging a protest march to oppose the proposed MRT project. More ››

| February 1, 2012

PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah says local elections must be brought back so that the people can pick leaders to... More ››

| February 1, 2012

The government says that strange sounds heard in the wee hours of the morning over Kota Samarahan came from... More ››

| January 31, 2012
Kelab Golf Negara Subang

Kelab Golf Negara Subang is allegedly offering racially-different membership rates, although some say that this is merely a move... More ››

| January 30, 2012

A memorandum to Suhakam accuses JKOA of signing away ancestral lands to carpetbaggers and being unfair to non-Muslims More ››

| January 29, 2012
Shaun Dhillon cancer patient

He was given false hope by doctors who told him that he is only suffering from a simple gastric... More ››

| January 28, 2012
Sharizat dan Zahid Hamidi

The 'cow and condo' scandal is nothing compared to the billions squandered in defence deals, claims Zaid Ibrahim. More ››

| January 27, 2012
ling liong sik

The High Court judge says he need more time to make a decison on whether the former transport minister... More ››

| January 26, 2012

Malaysia's press freedom ranking has improved, but experts say this is no reason for celebration. More ››

| January 26, 2012
journalists at work

Let the media roam free during elections, the National Union of Journalists tells government. More ››

| January 22, 2012

Food prices will remain high over the next 10 year and could trigger political upheavals, studies note. More ››

| January 20, 2012

Earlier Saiful urged the Attorney-General to appeal against Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim's acquittal. More ››

| January 19, 2012
Zahid Tony Pua

There are no cost overruns in the RM9 billion contract to build six ships for the navy spread over... More ››

| January 18, 2012

Malaysians pay more for locally-made Protons here than they would if they bought them overseas. More ››

| January 18, 2012

The Kolej Universiti Insaniah students want the Kedah college to end the suspension of the five students. More ››

| January 17, 2012

Malaysia could have braced for a food disaster if it did not take its eyes off agriculture and focus... More ››

| January 17, 2012

Malaysia's heavy reliance on food imports will see many of its citizens starve when the global economy goes bust,... More ››

| January 14, 2012

Claiming to be victims of religious persecution, Shiite Muslims in Malaysia fear they are being attacked by a hardline... More ››

| January 12, 2012

Malaysia's poor education system and lazy reporting have led many to stop reading newspapers altogether. More ››

| January 9, 2012
nurul izzah anwar

PKR fears that Malaysian politics may have entered a dangerous phase. More ››

and | January 9, 2012
explosive damage 2

Three home made bombs were detonated shortly after the court acquitted Anwar Ibrahim of a sodomy charge. More ››