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Extra funding for Malaysia Airlines depends on its proposal, says Khazanah

The national airline is in the midst of strengthening its existing business strategy and is expected to come up with new proposals.

Report: Family of NZ victim on MH17 gets RM5 mil payout

The money, paid late last year, has been placed in a trust for Rob Ayley’s two children and his wife who recently remarried, the Stuff website reported.

Why planes can still vanish into thin air like MH370

International requirements for new planes to broadcast their locations every minute when they're in trouble don't take effect until January 2021.

MH17: Remembering his cousin through his artwork

A cousin of an MH17 victim says the paintings by Muhammad Afif Tambi, who perished in the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines flight, may have been a premonition.

Families intent on justice 3 years after downing of MH17

Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai pleads for person guilty of striking down MH17 to step up and turn himself in to the authorities.

Legal firm: No settlement yet with M’sia Airlines over MH17

This follows news reports that the airline has struck a deal to settle claims for most of the Dutch victims on board the flight.

MH17 captain’s wife says mobile phone full of his pictures

Families of the downed airliner crew continue to live in the memory of their loved ones.

Eight MH17 families sue M’sia Airlines in Aussie court

The maximum compensation is AUD220,000 per person, says report.

MH370: Experts examine new debris for clues

The latest two pieces -- one found in South Africa and another on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius -- were brought to the Australian Transport Safety Bureau's laboratories for testing last week.

Nufam: Behaviour of DPM’s daughter reflects her upbringing

National Union of Flight Attendants Malaysia says Nurulhidayah Ahmad Zahid's comment on “old stewardesses” shows her father is not a “people’s person”.