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Ties that bind a la Sudirman, Yasmin and Siti Hasmah

Chandra Muzaffar says certain personalities bring people together while professor Teo Kok Seong says this was true before May 13 but not now.

Australia goes sour on sugar as China and India feed sweet...

People are now shifting to a much more healthier lifestyle as they shift to a low sugar diet. 

4 Malaysians among victims of Christchurch mosque shootings

Three are injured and the status of the fourth is unknown.

Report: Putrajaya trying to bring home 13 from Syria who joined...

Police say those wanting to return will be allowed to do so but they must comply with checks and enforcement and complete a one-month government-run rehabilitation programme.

We were given papaya leaves to eat, says job scam victim

The 8 victims return home after being held in Africa for a month.

Make registration a must for Malaysians wishing to work abroad, says...

Human rights NGO says Putrajaya should learn from the Philippines, whose citizens follow a fixed protocol before migrating for labour purposes.

Wisma Putra confirms 16 Malaysians held in Palembang

They are accused of abusing their social visas while in Indonesia.

8 Malaysians nabbed in Australian raids on worker exploitation ring

Australian Border Force officers carried out raids in an Adelaide suburb and a town in New South Wales.

Hadi is dividing Malaysians, says Guan Eng

The DAP secretary-general says the PAS president’s insistence on going ahead with the anti-ICERD rally is really about the political survival of PAS.

10 Malaysians linked to ‘Macau scam’ nabbed in Thailand

Cops also seized over RM30,000 in cash and dozens of bank account books.

The Sungai Kandis question: Do Malays want to be Malaysians?

Our religious and so-called academic education are the real culprits: they have produced a majority of Malays who do not care what being a Malaysian is all about.

Awareness on negative effects of plastic bags still low among Malaysians

Sebastian said plastic bags being the country's number one solid waste pollutant have continued to plague the country's marine ecosystem.

Survey shows Malaysians prefer to buy a home than rent

Despite the current economic situation, Malaysians still aspire to own homes someday, says PropertyGuru Malaysia’s latest consumer sentiment survey.

Vote wisely in GE14 — why does everyone keep saying that?

Perhaps politicians say ‘vote wisely’ because it has become habitual, or perhaps it is a sales gimmick to make us feel we are wise if we vote for them or their party.

You’re rich and arrogant, Samy’s son attacks Mahathir’s son

The MIC leader says not everyone is rich like Mokhzani and he should apologize for disrespecting those who receive BR1M.

Crispy rendang: Malaysia’s new unifying factor?

Maybe we should forget about GE14 and have a cook-off between BN and the opposition instead.

Malaysian drug mules return home after doing time in Peru

Noor Suzanna Azmi and Noor Azimah Sapie were able to return to Malaysia with their families thanks to efforts by the Umno Welfare Bureau.

Survey: Trust in media up, but Malaysians worry about fake news

The survey by Edelman also shows that the level of trust among Malaysians towards business, NGOs, and government has improved in the past year.

Passport, RM2,500… and you have a job in South Korea

South Korea may seem like the land of milk and honey, but many Malaysians are taking a big risk by working illegally there as they have no protection.

Winning over undecided voters with #Forward Together

ONE’s #ForwardTogether campaign is a collective effort that applies to every aspect of nation building, including voting.

Blunder by athletics body cost our marathon runners glory, says MP

Ong Kian Ming calls on youth and sports minister to investigate why the Malaysian Athletics Federation did not arrange for a doping test to ensure recognition for the record-breaking runs of Leo Tan and Muhaizar Muhamad in Tokyo.

Report: Half of appeals for refugee status in Australia from Malaysians

The Australian tribunal dealing with refugee claims dismissed by the government says about 50% of the cases it handled in the second half of last year involved Malaysians.

Study shows M’sians now enjoy higher standard of living

Malaysians are spending more on foreign cars, eating out, online shopping and more, according to 2016 Household Expenditure Survey by Isis.

The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, says minister

In lamenting about citizens who constantly complain about Malaysia, Salleh Said Keruak compares Malaysia with developed nations and points out the good in the country.