Teachers on temporary contracts have been on strike since March 3 demanding permanent employment arrangements that would improve their rights and benefits, especially over retirement.
Newly appointed speaker has the experience and temperament to make the 222-member house a world-class centre of political debate, say lawyers and fellow ex-judges.
The veteran DAP parliamentarian says Apandi Ali, and all other political appointees, should do the honourable thing and resign now that a new government is in place.
India's Supreme Court ruled on Friday that individuals had a right to die with dignity, allowing passive euthanasia with guidelines in a landmark verdict.
Former information minister says it is now difficult for Umno to regain trust of people.
More Malaysians are becoming jobless and the gap between the rich and poor is widening, says former Second Finance Minister Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah.
A men's barber shop in Subang Jaya, run by Lex Low, is offering scholarships worth RM3,000 to underprivileged youth to learn the art of barbering.