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Stories by Patrick Lee

| January 8, 2012

Efforts by Pakatan Rakyat governments to woo Malay support are simply not enough, says DAP's Sekinchan assemblyman Ng Suee... More ››

and | January 8, 2012
Ng Suee Lim

The Selangor Government will investigate blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin's claims. More ››

| January 8, 2012

Johor DAP chief Boo Cheng Hau is a 'good actor' who favours Chinese members over Indians, claims a branch... More ››

| January 8, 2012
karpal Singh

DAP must help Pakatan Rakyat to wrest nine states and Putrajaya in the next general elections. More ››

| January 7, 2012

Relationship Status is more than just another Facebook movie, but also a curious look into modern Malaysian relationships. More ››

| January 6, 2012
Raja Petra

N Surendran denies ever receiving “a single sen for any kind of legal work, political work or activist work”... More ››

| January 6, 2012
Azmin PC on Free Anwar rally

PKR will enlist the help of 500 marshalls to control the crowd and will disperse peacefully once the verdict... More ››

| January 4, 2012

A rice shortage and a worsening self-sufficiency on food could force many Malaysians to go hungry. More ››

| January 4, 2012
Tony Pua AND Kong Cho

Too much money is being spent to build KLIA2 on swampland, says DAP's Tony Pua. More ››

| January 2, 2012

Don't fight corruption. License it, regulate it and tax it. Then leave a receipt. More ››

| December 30, 2011
Mrt BB

Traders affected by the MRT in KL's Chinatown and Bukit Bintang are coming up with their own ways to... More ››

| December 29, 2011
Projek mrt

Landowners in Imbi affected by the MRT construction will be compensated for their losses through a slated agreement with... More ››

| December 22, 2011

Don't you dare grab KTMB, the railway union warns interested buyer MMC Corp Bhd. More ››

| December 21, 2011
sand mininng

Silted up flood retention pond poses a danger and affected Mutiara Bukit Jalil residents are dismayed over its legality More ››

| December 20, 2011

The Bar Council is pleading with the Senators to exercise their right and not to follow party rights. More ››

| December 18, 2011
Projek mrt

Chinatown traders affected by future MRT construction in Jalan Sultan are worried with the government's silence on the matter. More ››

| December 15, 2011
anwar ibrahim

Promises of a high-income economy will come to naught, claims the opposition leader. More ››

| December 14, 2011

Floods in cities today are a result of climate change and rapid development, the World Bank says. More ››

| December 13, 2011
Mahathir Ramasamy Karpal

All Karpal is asking for is an apology, the former Umno boss said. More ››

| December 13, 2011
Teo Nie Ching

DAP thinks the money used for federal-run village committees should be used to keep benefits for temp teachers. More ››

| December 13, 2011

Aiming to counter an alleged blackout by the Malay media on the Lynas issue, producers of 'Survival Guide untuk... More ››

| December 12, 2011

'Relationship Status' is a Malaysian-made indie film which will premiere at selected TGV cinemas on Jan 5, next year. More ››

| December 10, 2011

If passed, the Computing Professionals Bill 2011 will require Malaysia's IT workers to register, or be slapped with a... More ››

| December 9, 2011

Traders shut their shops in protest of constant traffic changes which is proving to be a bane for business. More ››

| December 8, 2011
Shutters down in Brickfields for an hour tomorrow

The Brickfields business community says this is in protest at the sudden change in the flow of traffic along... More ››

| December 8, 2011
org mengundi

Seen as a Chinese-based party, DAP is making slow but steady inroads into the Bumiputera community, according to party... More ››

| December 7, 2011
Pakatan Leader

Yes, say political analysts despite the perennial naysayers from Barisan Nasional. More ››

| December 6, 2011
nurul izzah new

PKR has found nearly 100 discrepancies among Lembah Pantai's postal voters, including one known as 'Balai Polis Kerinchi'. More ››

| December 6, 2011

If the Education Ministry wants to cut back on temporary teachers' benefits, give them EPF at the least, the... More ››

| December 5, 2011
M Girl

A story of Malaysian beauty queens vying for control in the good old-fashioned musical theatre number. More ››

| December 2, 2011

Transporting trash across the South China Sea to Sarawak is just 'too expensive'. More ››

| December 2, 2011

PR1MA, the government's housing scheme, is not all as it sets itself to be, a PAS MP claims. More ››

| December 1, 2011
anwar gobala

Independent MP booted out for continuously interrupting the sitting to attack PKR supremo Anwar Ibrahim. More ››

| December 1, 2011
duke highway1

Segambut MP Lim Lip Eng says the 18km Duke Highway - already enjoying a 34-year concessionaire from 2005 -... More ››

| November 30, 2011

However Pakatan MPs say that they had no choice but to stage a walkout and that their presence in... More ››

| November 30, 2011
KLIA2 ongoing work

Malaysian Airports is spending nearly twice its RM2 billion budget on KLIA2, when the main terminal KLIA is not... More ››

| November 30, 2011

More than RM137.8 million spent by government to maintain over 3,000 separate federal-run village committees in Pakatan Rakyat-run states. More ››

| November 29, 2011

It says its version complies with international standards. More ››

| November 29, 2011
anti gay protest at lake garden

A group of anti-gay protesters also showed up in the march to Parliament but they were directing their anger... More ››

and | November 29, 2011
Anti Peaceful Assembly Bill protest Bar Council Lake Garden 02

More than 400 lawyers took to the streets to oppose the Peaceful Assembly Bill. More ››

and | November 26, 2011

More than 200 people protested against the Peaceful Assembly Bill, which they say goes against their right to have... More ››

| November 25, 2011

The abrupt resignation of its managing director and the recent MAS -AirAsia alliance is likely to see the airlines... More ››

| November 25, 2011
Projek mrt

The houses are spared because it does not fall within the 60 metres of the track's alignment. More ››

| November 24, 2011

Tan Chui Mui’s short documentary is also about a mother’s undying love. More ››

| November 22, 2011
landfill file pix

More than a fifth of Malaysia's rubbish is stored in the state, according to a World Bank report. More ››

| November 21, 2011

Malaysia spends a lot on tertiary education, but its universities are not as good as others in Asia and... More ››

| November 21, 2011

Sabahans are hit hardest by rising food prices, higher than even Sarawakians and West Malaysians. More ››

| November 21, 2011

Who killed who? Everyone it seems, in this local theatrical take of the Cluedo murder mystery board game. More ››