Name of the Pakatan Harapan candidate to be announced on Oct 30, says division head.
PPBM Youth leader says election teams should avoid staying at hotels or hostels but go to people's homes.
High Court judge to deliver decision on ex-Batu MP's originating summons seeking a declaration that he has a right to contest under Article 48(1)(e) of the Federal Constitution.
Norma Mohamed's 30 years' experience with Wanita Umno makes her a force to be reckoned with, says PH Wanita chief Zuraida Kamarudin.
The finance minister says the government 'hopes to be able to do this every year even though the election is far off'.
Party chief Dominic Lau names heads of election team but does not reveal who will be nominated.
PH chairman says the coalition faces certain challenges in the coming by-election.
Fed up with widespread corruption and poverty, voters deliver a heavy rebuke to current government.
Party deputy president says it is not a demand but a calculated move, and BN must move forward as a team.
I can confirm that we will have a local candidate, says state BN chairman Hasni Mohammad.
Farage states: 'Of course I will stand' in next election.
The former PKR No. 2 accuses the prime minister of being the 'culprit' behind Malaysia's problems.
When the time comes, talks to be held with fellow BN component parties and new ally PAS.
Trudeau if elected says middle-class Canadians to be exempted on taxes from first salary.
President Putin's United Russia party has lost a slew of seats in local elections, after the country's biggest protests in nearly 10 years.
PPBM chief strategist Rais Hussin warns that PH is not listening to the people.
Strong support for Warisan chief Shafie Apdal and narrow result in 2018 seen as indicators.
Zuraida says three years of ground work needed to pave the way for local council elections.
Next Sarawak general election will be a "battle of the century" between the federal and state governments, says Sarawak PH chairman Chong Chieng Jen.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition is forecast to win a solid majority of the 124 seats contested in the election.
The candidates are barred on the grounds they failed to garner enough genuine signatures from voters, a claim the candidates refutes.
One-man-one-vote for members to elect branch and division leaders, while delegates will elect Supreme Council members at the party congress.
Yong Teck Lee says the new seat boundaries come into effect only after the State Assembly is dissolved.
State minister says it all depends on the Bill receiving royal assent, and on the date it comes into force.