Environmentalists want to know how the additional federal allocation will be used and whether states will stop relying on logging for income.
Human rights NGO says Putrajaya should learn from the Philippines, whose citizens follow a fixed protocol before migrating for labour purposes.
Tenaganita says Malaysians cannot keep quiet any longer and let foreign workers continue to suffer.
The “Melayu Bangkit” rally would have been more useful if the organisers had galvanised the Malays to make full use of government initiatives to help uplift the Bumiputeras.
The human rights commission says the ministry should not have caved in to pressure over hiring an LGBT activist and that the constitution guarantees equality for all citizens.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has said the number of Rohingya refugees now in Bangladesh has swelled to over 720,000.
It goes without saying that any unfavourable outcome from Petronas’ action will also affect Sabah.
Parti Warisan Sabah permanent chairman VK Liew says Sabah has different issues, such as oil blocks overlapping with Brunei and Indonesia.
Former minister Paul Low says it was he who reversed the transfer of several MACC officers who investigated 1MDB.
PH's candidate for Shah Alam says Malays should not believe the narrative that only Umno can protect Malays and that rejecting PAS is rejecting Islam.
The PKR president says she is sad that Rafizi is not standing, and hopes to defend his seat in the five-cornered fight this election.
He says there is no attempt to suppress press freedom and the press need not be worried as they are just merely reporting what is happening.
An investigator who helps rescue children says giving them a curfew or even using high privacy settings on social media is not enough to keep them safe.
Two Muslim organisations say Kedah's proposal will help protect the interests of children who have been left ‘stateless’ because their parents' marriages are not recognised.
Women's Aid Organisation says this is largely to protect the institution's image or those in power, and calls for clear policies in the workplace to handle the problem.
They laud Sabah government's move to preserve 30% jungle cover and ensure forest corridors for orangutans to freely move around.
They warn that with online threats becoming harder to detect, any organisation or individual could be vulnerable.
M Ramachelvam says the present arrangement of bilateral labour agreements does not adequately protect migrant workers or workers' welfare, or ensure decent work for migrants.