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Saudi Arabia implements public decency code for tourists

The laws are unclear on whether unmarried couples are permitted to share a hotel room.

Singapore central bank says it made adequate disclosures on 1MDB

The Monetary Authority of Singapore says it kept the public updated through media statements at key milestones of the 1MDB investigations.

EC officer had direct knowledge of your offence, Azhar tells Najib

Election Commission chairman explains why officer lodged police report against the former PM during Sungai Kandis by-election.

YouTube updates strikes system to be clearer, more consistent, transparent

Youtube's redesigned strikes system take effect on February 25.

EC chairman: We can’t probe, penalise election offences

But Azhar Harun says they have set up a team to monitor campaigns in by-elections and will report any offences to relevant bodies.

Hurry up! DBKL discounts for summonses end Sept 30

Court action and blacklisting will come into effect immediately after offer period ends.

Enough with ‘Tarik Balik YB’, time to teach ill-mannered MPs

They should be punished every time they misbehave.

Unilateral conversions: Why the silence now, Azalina asks PH MPs

Former de facto law minister Azalina Othman Said challenges Gobind Singh Deo and M Kulasegaran to table amendments on unilateral conversions under the Law Reform (Marriage and Divorce) (Amendment) Act 2016.

Jamal claims he’s being harassed, asks Muhyiddin to guarantee his safety

He says his name is blacklisted by immigration and put on the wanted list like a dangerous criminal.

Be Pemantau’s eyes and ears during GE14, public urged

Civil society groups call for more volunteers to participate in the initiative to ensure a clean and fair general election.

Still no go for debate on Hadi’s shariah motion

Despite being listed on the Dewan Rakyat sitting’s order paper, no time slot has been provided to debate the motion on the bill which seeks to enhance the powers of the Shariah Court.

Hundreds of CNY passengers stranded at Duta bus terminal

Land Public Transport Commission says the bus operators were probably trying to avoid the commission’s Op Serkap, resulting in passengers having to wait for long hours.

Jho Low committed 4 offences locally over 1MDB, says ex-judge

Gopal Sri Ram says the businessman can be prosecuted for CBT, conspiracy to commit CBT, abetment of CBT and cheating.

Peculiar laws that affect Malaysians

Did you know that there is a law to punish a man for seducing a married woman and an entire act of parliament related to an order of Catholic nuns?

Alert out for economic migrants hiding among fleeing refugees

Immigration director-general Mustafar Ali says action is being taken to ensure only genuine refugees get into the country.

Health DG: 25 ice factories penalised for various offences

They were among 225 ice factories inspected by health teams throughout the country in the first eight months of this year.

Black boxes cut down traffic violations in Vietnam

Black boxes have been installed in 136,000 vehicles nationwide since 2014.

Police nab 86 immigrant security guards

One was even given a shotgun to carry even though not authorised to carry a firearm.

6 reports lodged on S’wak nomination process

Police identify 20 hotspots, including Batu Kawah, Stakan and Senadin, where sensitive issues could be raised during campaigning.