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Have more discussions on changes to NSC bill, urges Anwar

The parliamentary caucus on reform and governance chairman hopes this can be done before everything is finalised and presented to the Cabinet before the next Dewan Rakyat session.

Peninsula remains stumbling block to achieving national unity, claims don

Prof Jayum Jawan states ethnic and religious problems start in the peninsula and hopes they won't spill over to Sarawak.

Pilot of crashed Ethiopian Airlines jet reported flight control problems

The pilot of the crashed Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX 8 jet reported flight-control problems and had wanted to return to the airport.

Sabah PKR voter says has to travel 220km to vote due...

Pensiangan PKR member claims names of about 300 voters in his division have ended up on lists in other divisions, without their knowledge.

GE14 is over, time to move on, MCA’s Balakong candidate tells...

Tan Chee Teong says Pakatan Harapan should get down to work and solve the people's problems as it now forms the federal government.

‘I’ve waited for hours’ – anger at Asian Games ticket chaos

Fans screamed in anger when told events had sold out due to latest ticket problems at the Games in Indonesia.

Orang Asli elated after PM promises to look into incursions

The Temiar community in Kelantan says they have to set up barricades as their customary land has been encroached by several companies and used as durian farms.

RM10 mil to help Indian Muslim NGOs in the country

PM says a special officer from his office would be appointed after GE14 to be responsible for handling issues involving Indian Muslims.

Survey: 9 in 10 Malaysians are sleep deprived

A national survey shows 52% of respondents are unable to sleep due to stress, anxiety and depression, and 31% feel sleepy throughout the day.

DAP to contest in peninsula under another party’s logo?

Lim Guan Eng hints that the party will not use its own logo in Peninsular Malaysia although it can be used in Sabah and Sarawak.

Facebook needs ‘a few years’ to fix problems, says Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg has defended the company's business model and shot back at criticism of the social networking giant from Apple CEO Tim Cook last week.

Report: Little response to quotations for new model from Proton vendors

A report in The Malaysian Reserve quotes a vendor as saying parts suppliers did not respond well to Proton’s call for quotations and that vendors have discussed their problems with minister Mustapa Mohamed.

Ex-judge cites 3 reasons why Court of Appeal judgments delayed, suggests...

Gopal Sri Ram says the judiciary must urgently remedy the problem of late judgment delivery as the COA is the engine of the judicature.

1 in 3 have mental health issues but lack access to...

Suicide cases are also on the rise but many attempts go unreported, says Penang Institute policy analyst.

Boy expelled from school found hanged from ceiling fan

Incident happens soon after he and his parents had returned home after meeting teachers about his disciplinary problems.

BLESS is no blessing, say frustrated pharmacists

Frequent system down times and failure to record payments are common complaints of those using the internet-based system to apply for a business licence.

Single mothers cry foul over alleged Budget 2017 shortcomings

"What happened to our proposals", single mothers' group asks Putrajaya.

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