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Display Draft KL City Plan 2020 now, says residents’ coalition

Save KL Coalition says it is no use hearing input from DBKL alone as it failed to gazette the plan by 2013.

Dzulkefly mulls axing contract for RM495 mil Petra Jaya Hospital

The health minister says the project may be handed over to the Public Works Department.

Delay in Rembau hospital project costs govt RM8 mil

Health Minister Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad says the cost has escalated from RM96 million to RM104 million.

US House Republicans delay immigration vote until next week

Debate on a so-called compromise Republican plan had earlier been delayed to Friday to allow members additional time to review it.

MP: Why is Najib hiring US lawyers when local ones just...

RSN Rayer calls on Malaysian Bar to carefully vet the application by Najib Razak for foreign lawyers to represent him as it may be a delaying tactic.

Ex-judge: Raus, Zulkefli should go now, not July 31

Gopal Sri Ram says delayed departure will only lessen chances for others to serve as chief justice.

England look to press on against Pakistan after rain delay

England, seeking to bounce back from their nine-wicket thrashing in the first Test at Lord's and end the two-match series all square at 1-1, finished Friday's opening day on 106 runs for two wickets, just 68 runs behind Pakistan's lowly first-innings 174.

Gabon court orders prime minister to resign, parliament dissolved

Gabon's Constitutional Court ruled that because of a delay in holding elections, Prime Minister Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet and the National Assembly were now unable to hold power.

US holds off on EU, Canada, Mexico metal tariffs for 30...

US President Donald Trump has decided to push back his decision on whether to impose controversial tariffs on steel and aluminum from the European Union until June 1, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing a senior administration official.

Umno members barred from taking party dispute to court, says govt...

However, lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla says Section 18 (C) of the Societies Act 1966 which acts as an ouster clause does not stop the court from hearing the complaint, filed by 16 Umno members, following two Federal Court rulings.

Water restructuring, govt change to blame for Langat 2 delay

Deputy minister in the Prime Minister's Department also cites difficulties in obtaining approval from local authorities.

Afghanistan to hold legislative elections after years of delays

The polls were originally set to be held in 2015 following presidential elections the previous year, but were repeatedly pushed back due to security fears and logistical issues within the fragile unity government.

Russia’s World Cup arena without a pitch

The troubles of Samara Arena have come to symbolise the pitfalls of bringing the June 14 to July 15 football showpiece to the sleepiest corners of Russia.

NASA pushes back giant space telescope launch to 2020

The launch of the James Webb Space Telescope has been delayed by a year.

James Webb telescope launch delayed until 2020

The launch of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has been delayed until May 2020.

DAP MP says BN using 3 tactics to win GE14

Liew Chin Tong says the prime minister is going all out to eliminate the opposition by using the new electoral boundaries and the anti-fake news law, and influencing the RoS.

Toshiba awaits regulator approval for key chip unit sale

The firm had agreed in September to sell its memory chip business to a consortium led by US investor Bain Capital, which was seen as crucial to keeping it afloat after multi-billion-dollar losses.

Brazil Supreme Court delays decision on Lula imprisonment

The Federal Supreme Court's decision on the imprisonment of former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will now be made on April 4, 2018.

MP: When will govt deliver on 90 days maternity leave promise?

Teo Nie Ching says the government announced under Budget 2018 that women workers in the private sector will enjoy 90 days of maternity leave but it has just been empty talk so far.

Snow delays blockbuster ATT/Time Warner case

Opening arguments in the government's effort to block the merger of AT&T and Time Warner were to begin on Wednesday but have been pushed back to Thursday.

Court allows PH to challenge RoS over registration delay

High Court grants leave to the opposition coalition to apply for judicial review against the Registrar of Societies' alleged inaction, and fixes March 15 for hearing.

Report: Lack of funding hampering Malaysian military

Despite the focus of headlines in the Malaysian media on new acquisitions, Malaysia’s military modernisation still faces the problem of inadequate funding from the government.

Tunnel project: Penang govt spewing half-truths, says Eric See-To

The BN strategic communications deputy director says Penang government has been acting 'like a drowning person grasping at straws and has resorted to very strange explanations and outright lies to defend its mega-billion scandals'.

Afghanistan parliamentary elections likely delayed until October

The elections have now been delayed for over three years.