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The party elections in the state were cancelled over problems during polling day.
Smokers can only light up outside the building.
The PKR president-elect says if the situation in Malaysia had not changed, the country would have gone down.
Rafizi has claimed that Wan Azizah and her husband had to mortgage their house to help pay for the deposits of PKR candidates in GE14.
Human rights group says marriages involving underage children have unfair impact on poor girls.
Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim says he has asked the state government to look into the matter.
This is the first time asset declarations are being uploaded on MACC’s portal for public viewing.
The prime minister says this cannot be forgiven as it has weakened the community.
The former Umno vice-president says he met Dr Mahathir Mohamad to find out the prime minister’s plans for the people and nation.
Health minister says alcoholic beverages involved in the deaths of 19 people may be counterfeit products.
The Umno secretary-general says he is not aware of others leaving the party in the wake of a list making the rounds that 17 others will follow suit.
The Umno secretary-general says action can be taken against those who support a candidate from any other party.
Sabah Umno Youth chief Aziz Julkarnain reminds the Kimanis MP that under Najib Razak’s leadership, MA63 was openly discussed and actively pursued.
Amid expectations that more Umno members will follow the lead of two top leaders and quit the party, Mohamad Hasan says the Supreme Council is concerned and will work to rectify the situation.
Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad says there is a provision under the law for it to be used for research but he would have to endorse it.
Kelantan timber body wants Kelantan state government to find a solution to problem which has worsened over past two years.
Police sergeant Haliza Hamdan's insistence that temporary receipt was issued to her, despite not being in the court documents, irks lawyer holding watching brief for Ivana Smit's family.
Government will award open tender for the project next year.
Jali Gayang said RM500 each was given to village chiefs to compensate their travel expenses and daily spending as they had to travel long distances to meet BN candidates.
The two Umno leaders are determined to be part of a credible opposition and be part of reforms party is undertaking.