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30% of diabetic patients have heart failure, expert warns

Universiti Teknologi Mara’s consultant cardiologist Dr Sazzli Shahlan Kasim says diabetic patients must practise a healthy lifestyle and have a balance diet.

Debate your stand on Rome Statute at forum, 4 academics urged

The Malaysian Academic Movement says the academics who advised the Malay rulers have not countered their critics.

While tomorrow’s passengers sleep, LRT’s maintenance wizards battle against time

Vital night crews keep your KL morning rush hour journey on track

MH370 search teams ignored ‘Stokes drift’, say researchers

Study says new model taking into account ocean drifts will help in future searches.

Goldsmith shop supervisor shot dead in heist

Gunman shoots victim in the chest after he ignores robbers' orders.

Market will crash if rent rates are capped, says expert

A veteran surveyor recalls a shortage of commercial properties after the government imposed a maximum price in the 1960s.

Malaysia’s strength depends on support of all ethnic groups, says Anwar

The PKR president says the country should get back on track to fulfill its promises based on the fundamentals in the constitution.

Why propose refugee island with other issues unresolved, asks PBS Youth

PBS Youth chief Christopher Mandut says there are other pressing needs in the state, such as the cost of living and land for agriculture and housing.

RM10 mil for Impact Malaysia youth programmes

Impact Malaysia is a platform to connect government bodies, corporate companies, NGOs, civil community organisations, social enterprises and individuals.

Tenaganita wants AG to answer after boss of maid has murder...

Group upset that employer who allegedly forced the Indonesian maid to live in a kennel was acquitted in court today.

Lawyers say Pahang’s rule on allegiance to rulers may not work

They say Pahang needs to explain the need for such a ruling.

Apad suspends licence of bus company in Sepang tragedy

The one-week suspension follows an audit which discovered that the company failed to comply with the requirements in the Industry Code of Practice.

No more honorary military ranks for politicians, celebrities, says Mat Sabu

The defence minister says only those who undergo military training are allowed to be conferred such ranks or to don uniforms.

Stateless problem top complaint to Suhakam in 2018

A total of 413 out of 1,180 complaints received were regarding the 'right to nationality'.

Govt waiting for approval from Malay rulers on new chief justice,...

He says there is a provision for the proposed name for the appointment to be submitted to the Conference of Rulers and not just the Agong.

Former PPBM women’s chief rapped for questioning Easter billboard

Anina Saadudin posted a Facebook status questioning a billboard put up by the church promoting the Christian holy week in Bahasa Malaysia.

Genneva gold investors can now make claims after court ruling, says...

However, they have to satisfy five criteria under Section 61 of the anti-money laundering law, says Fahmi Abdul Moin.

Another U-turn, says Najib after Bandar Malaysia’s return

The former leader says he can now recycle the accusations hurled at him over his pet project.

Perak e-hailing drivers upset over high charge for PSV licence

50 e-hailing drivers gather for peaceful assembly at Perak Stadium compound to urge charges to be standardised nationwide.

Dr M questions negative rating on Felda bailout

The prime minister defends the RM6.23 billion for Felda.