After two decades in the cold because of a match-fixing scandal, Matlan Marjan says he has plenty to offer to young and aspiring footballers.
High Court judge says the Sessions Court is competent enough to hear the couple's RM2.8 million corruption case.
The judge says the date, time and monetary transactions are identical in both cases.
Authorities say the charges are linked to contracts 'worth billions of dollars' that Garuda had signed during Emirsyah Satar's tenure – including with Rolls-Royce, Airbus and Bombardier.
Deputy public prosecutor says all the prosecution's witnesses have been called to testify.
The judge says there are no exceptional or unusual circumstances warranting a stay of trial for Tan Eng Boon.
The five JPJ officers are still on active duty, court hears.
They pleaded not guilty to all 63 charges before Sessions Court judge Nizam Zakaria.
Sessions Court judge says prosecution failed to establish a prima facie case against Lt-Col (Rtd) Kamal Baharin Nali, 50, and Capt (Rtd) Fadzil Noor Alias, 40.
Sergio Cabral tells a judge the money went to Lamine Diack, the former president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).
Mohd Hasbi Jaafar, the chief operating officer of Tadmansori Holdings, says the former minister told him this over the phone.
Petaling Jaya City Council confirms two enforcement staff are under probe and that it is taking measures to boost integrity.
Khairolrony Kamarudin says the RM2 million from developer Aset Kayamas was deposited in an account owned by Tadmansori Holdings.
It says Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor asked for between RM5 million and RM6 million from Aset Kayamas director Chai Kin Kong.
Meng Hongwei is among a growing group of Communist Party cadres caught in Chinese President Xi Jinping's anti-graft campaign.
The sergeant was found guilty of soliciting and accepting the bribe for delaying a court proceeding against a man.
Ronnie Liu says there is leeway when implementing a by-law on putting up banners.
The officer allegedly solicited and accepted RM1,800 in bribes in December 2017.
The money is alleged to have been paid in return for not taking action against a man found in possession of syabu.
Vietnam is among Asia's fastest-growing growing economies, but it has long been plagued by endemic corruption.
Both giver and receiver should be held accountable for bribes.
Of these, 140 were charged, says deputy minister Hanipa Maidin.
Political secretary believed to be held in custody after making a statement at MACC headquarters.
The fireman was charged with accepting a bribe of RM1,000 to assist a company to obtain a support letter from the Fire and Rescue Department for a business licence.