There will be no respite until culprits are brought to justice, and even after, says former editor.
'Carve-outs' from the agreement will not necessarily contribute to GDP growth, says the Klang MP
PKR lawmaker insists macroeconomic gains from TPPA are insignificant, and the agreement is motivated by political and geopolitical considerations.
DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang says it is clear that negative perceptions towards the party can be changed through direct contact and information campaigns.
The only difference is whether 1MDB receives the amount in full, then pays for the costs OR whether the Consortium pays for its share of the costs and remits the balance of RM5.3 billion to 1MDB.
The DAP leader wants Education Minister Mahdzir Khalid to present a White Paper on history texts in Parliament when it meets in March.
Photo of show cause letter issued to Kemas employee who asked the premier and his wife to come to their senses is being circulated on social media.
The lawmaker advises 1MDB once again to release the S&P Agreement on Bandar Malaysia so the people can decide.
CREC statement to HKEx based on certain assumptions given their share of the project and not the land valuation which is the starting point of any negotiations.
Malaysian Paediatric Association says it is up to adults to lead by example by not being glued to their electronic devices.
Deputy minister laments his messages are habitually taken out of context and as a man who grew up in poverty, would never make suggestions that burdened the rakyat.
In all the years the Gerakan-led Barisan Nasional (BN) Government ruled Penang, it never embarked on initiatives to get close to the people.
The over 700 names on the MACC's “Name and Shame” website is not the reason Malaysia was named the 3rd most corrupt in the world.
The twin mega scandals remain very much alive and Malaysians expect Najib to address them and not to continue to run and hide.
DAP veteran Lim Kit Siang says that allegations about his party’s so-called ties with Israel was another example of “political desperation” in the country.
DAP veteran wonders why the Prime Minister made the claim in his New Year message that the 1MDB scandal had finally been put to rest.
Despite tonnes of evidence-backed allegations against 1MDB, the company has shown no hard evidence to prove its innocence.
The DAP veteran calls for the resolution of the Najib government’s scandals as a starting point for the re-alignment of progressive political forces in Malaysia.
The company claims that the Wall Street Journal appears happy to have become a noticeboard for conspiracy theories and smears propagated by the Opposition.
Instead of Ministers and Deputy Ministers doubling up as comedians, the government should help increase the people's productivity and incomes.
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi appears more interested in pinning blame on others instead of doing something proactive to find a solution on the rising cost of living.
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Paul Low should explain his Christmas Day speech on the Cabinet led by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
Kadir Jasin thinks one should never lose hope but still has his doubts on the MACC chief's pledge on the twin mega scandals and the SRC International case.
Local group believes animal companions have a therapeutic effect on elderly and physically disabled persons.