Rural Development Minister Ewon Benedick says one in every four Sabahans is a foreigner.
Building and Wood Workers' International says many illegal workers are victims of unscrupulous employers and agents.
Its chief, Abdul Aziz Julkarnain, asks how non-Malaysians can understand the aspirations of Bumiputeras, whom Khazanah was set up to help.
Joint team from Immigration and National Registration Departments and Civil Defence Force raid 53 condo units in Kajang and residential area in Puchong.
Jeffrey Kitingan claims Sabahans don’t feel safe any more with the rise in crimes involving foreigners.
Enforcement authorities can find out a foreigner's real intention in coming to Malaysia using the 'psychometric' system.
Aminolhuda Hassan says many foreigners seek to enter the state in search of better job opportunities than they would have in their home countries.
Amid fears over Easter Sunday's suicide attacks by a jihadi group, Sri Lanka sends home 600 foreigners for overstaying their visas.
This is part of ongoing efforts to streamline procedures at the checkpoints.
STAR warns that illegal foreign immigrants may cash in on Immigration Department exercise.
Many jumped out of their windows while some hid in dumpsters.
Move aimed to ensure more employment for local workers, says minister.
If those under the Malaysia My Second Home programme buy property here then later sell to Malaysians at a higher price, it will drive property prices up.
Judicial spokesman Abdel Sattar Bayraqdar says they were sentenced under Iraq's anti-terrorism law.
They were found to have committed offences under the Immigration Act.
The Forest City project comes under the Johor government and is located in an international zone, says Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah Raja Ahmad.
Malaysia should emulate Thailand for the country to be held in high esteem by international community, says its president George Varughese.
Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah says foreign guests will be allowed in at the discretion of the personnel on duty.
Osman Sapian says the housing and local government minister will be submitting papers on the proposed changes to the Cabinet.
Supportive measures from the People’s Bank of China failed to blunt the pain, following a barrage of negative news, including weak manufacturing data and accusations of election meddling.
German authorities did not say if the suspects were involved in the wave of xenophobic marches that swept Chemnitz at the end of August following a fatal stabbing, allegedly by an asylum seeker.
Most of them have been found to be working using temporary work permits belonging to different companies.
Selangor police chief says police seized over 2,000 whiskey bottles and beer cans in 13 raids in Selangor following the deaths of 17 people.
Immigration Dept says the syndicate was offering sex services from foreign prostitutes using the WeChat app.