Penang Government says news report on encroachment was erroneous as whatever development taking place was outside two forest reserves.
Local police were alerted by their Taiwanese counterparts to the man's activities.
Kelantan Amanah adviser says it is against the teachings of Islam to ignore plight of Orang Asli.
Judge Mohamad Kamil Nizam ruled that the prosecution had failed to establish a prima facie case against him.
Contractors with a good track record in completing projects will be given priority for future government tenders.
Azman was earlier a director of SIC and is chairman of the Motorsports Commission of Malaysia.
Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak says the Government is focused on ensuring that all Malaysians benefit from development, not just a few cronies as in the era of Mahathir.
It urges the dismantling of any blockade leading to Orang Asli settlements and asks Kelantan to halt all logging activities in Orang Asli areas.
Penang prepares relief centres to brace for high tide and heavy rain expected to cause havoc for a week.
Immigration Director-General Mustafar Ali says such a suggestion will lead to people breaking the law.
Gerakan acting youth chief complains that Penang Government is not practising what it preaches.
However, PAGE says it is better done in a nearby mosque with only the theory being taught in school.
Penang Institute says there is significant inequitable job distribution across sectors and states, and that many youths with pre-tertiary qualifications are applying for low-level jobs.
DAP veteran advises new PAS Mursyidul Am Hashim Jasin against allowing others to ‘put words in his mouth’ and to find out the truth about why Pakatan Rakyat broke up.
Diabetic eye disease is the second commonest cause of blindness in Malaysia, says Selayang Hospital ophthalmologist Dr Mohamad Aziz Salowi.
Hit hard by the cut in their operational budgets, public universities are praying the Government will not cut further its allocations to them under Budget 2017.
UiTM has contributed to education aspect by successfully producing 661,456 graduates.
Poor nutrition at a young age causes irreversible mental and physical damage.
4PAM also wants a Public Transport Tribunal to ensure there’s transparency and that public transport user’s rights are protected.
Believed to be loan sharks, the four were caught on CCTV slashing the rope at the entry boom gate and threatening other motorists as they fled the scene.
Sultan of Kelantan succeeds Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah of Kedah, who completes his reign in December, with Sultan of Perak named deputy.
Maria Chin Abdullah files judicial review, wants court to declare the Election Commission's redelineation exercise null and void.
Thomas Su Keong Siong claims trial to the charge under Section 9(1) of the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012.
Judge agrees with government lawyer that the High Court lacks jurisdiction to hear the matter and it should be referred to the Federal Court.