The commission says the low-cost carrier did not respond to its request for information ahead of talks with immigration authorities.
One appointment won't hurt state government credibility, says chief minister in response to PKR.
MACC says he was arrested after making his statement in Putrajaya and released on bail.
Bandar Kuching MP questions the state's plans to help students to repay PTPTN loans, calls for more efforts on creating jobs
AG Tommy Thomas says DPP exercised his rights to take 'No Further Action'.
Barisan Nasional MP implies DAP has links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
The former Umno vice-president says Pakatan Harapan is scared of its own shadow.
The MCA president asks how officials breached protocol to allow a copy to be handed to Chinese President Xi Jinping.
They say their detention under Sosma is against their fundamental rights enshrined in the Federal Constitution.
Health ministry official says only 700 now in service but the target is to have 1 specialist to 4,000 population.
The former prime minister keeps up pressure on DAP after party leaders distanced themselves from the book which was condemned for its pro-China propaganda.
The Australian Financial Review says the rare earths producer has no appetite for 'additional conflict with the government'.
Jagdeep Singh Deo says reclaimed land can shield islands from rising sea levels and provide more space for development.
This after the discovery of another Borneo pygmy elephant killed in the district of Beluran last week.
Deputy Dewan Rakyat speaker Nga Kor Ming temporarily adjourns the sitting.
The Penang deputy chief minister II, who was summoned to Bukit Aman today, speaks of an attempt to 'silence the critics of Zakir Naik'.
Aziz Jamman says the ministry is waiting for investigations to conclude first.
The former minister says the budget's title uses the term 'equitable', which he claims is a communist ideology.
Former 1MDB CEO Shahrol Azral Ibrahim Halmi says the signing of the joint venture agreement in Putrajaya was called off after Saudi King Abdullah said he would not attend.
Salahuddin Ayub says ministers are responsible for announcing anything that benefits the people, regardless of timing.
Chief Justice Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat says the proposal involves amendments to existing laws.
A Kadir Jasin says he has no problem with keeping the council but it must comprise the right people.
Transport minister says he will meet A Kadir Jasin who blamed him for causing Malaysia Airports' share price to tumble.
However, Md Rashid Hasnon says it would be inappropriate to do so.