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RM83mil lost to ‘love scammers’ so far this year

A total of 1,301 people swindled by African-led syndicate which preyed on lonely, middle-aged women.

We’ll free frozen Umno assets, says Ku Li

This follows Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's announcement that MACC had frozen the accounts of Umno headquarters and Selangor Umno.

Uphold moderate Islam, but don’t be too liberal, says Najib’s ex-aide

Fathul Bari Mat Jahaya wants an Islam that is able to open the minds of conservatives, but reminds that there are red lines which should not be crossed.

Listen to the experts, economy is okay, says Najib

The prime minister says Pakatan Harapan is the only group which says Malaysia will go bankrupt.

Najib: Govt closing Sabah-peninsula development gap through education

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PAS retreats after doctors slam proposal to use them for punitive...

Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man says hudud is not even part of the party's bill to strengthen shariah laws.

Dr Mahathir knows best which seats are ‘safe’, say PKR, Amanah

The two PH parties disagree with former minister Zaid Ibrahim about Mahathir's chances should he stand as candidate in Putrajaya, Kubang Pasu or Langkawi.

Over RM5.7 billion in unclaimed money waiting for rightful owners

Some of the unclaimed funds date back 40 years.

Nation must be set on the right trajectory

Writer calls for all leaders to guide the nation onto the right trajectory to remain progressive, modern, moderate and inclusive.

My Merdeka Day musings

Merdeka Day should be a reflection on how we want to live every day of our lives, not just on August 31 every year.

Khairy says Pakatan is power hungry, nothing more

Umno Youth chief says Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim of the opposition coalition are willing to betray their former party Umno for the sake of power.

Remand of Orang Asli men leaves families in limbo

Association for Orang Asli slams magistrate for allowing further detention of husbands and fathers, whom families depend on for their survival.

3 arrested in Rohingya protest at Myanmar embassy

About 1,000 people, mostly Rohingya, march from Masjid Tabung Haji in Jalan Tun Razak to the embassy in Jalan Ampang Hilir.

Shafie Apdal: Impossible for Musa to be unaware of projects

He says reports on these projects were sent to the Sabah state secretary and heads of departments.

320 workers yet to be certified for skills despite paying fees

Training providers have been paid fees amounting to RM2.39 million under the Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Scheme.

Mei Fun chews out Tajuddin over ‘Kok up’

Deputy Minister wonders if Pasir Salak MP's childish outburst is an acknowledgment that those with the surname 'Kok' are more 'man' than him.

Community colleges paid between 17-900% more for equipment

Auditor-General discovers discrepancies in prices of teaching and learning equipment.

Malaysians in Shanghai show solidarity with Bersih

More than a million Malaysians living overseas remain concerned about developments at home, group says.

Be critical, seekers of Islamic knowledge told

Academics warn against blind acceptance of religious teachings.

Bersih 2.0 tells govt to heed UN call

Steering committee member Jay Jay Dennis warns disallowing the Bersih 5 rally will tarnish Malaysia's reputation.

Ban on attending rallies: Monash asked to explain

Lawyers for Liberty executive director Eric Paulsen says he is appalled by Monash's warning to its students that they will be punished if found to have participated in illegal rallies.

Chew: Bad to keep a child in orphanage for too long

Women, Family and Community Development deputy minister says family setting best for children to develop proper social skills and feel the love of a parent.

‘Dr M must say sorry before talking about empowering Parliament’

Dewan Rakyat Speaker claims former PM was among those responsible for repealing the Parliamentary Services Act 1963 in 1992 that separated powers of Parliament and PM.

What M’sians can expect from a Trump presidency

PKR lawmaker Wong Chen says Donald Trump will dismantle TPPA and reduce focus on foreign policy as he looks to rebuilding America.