Just when you thought the Selangor government was taking a commendably tough position in its negotiations to take over water assets from four private concessionaires ahead of a water tariff hike from April...Now we hear that the federal National...
At 5.20am on 8 March, an unnamed Captain, based on known information, felt that MH370 "never left Malaysian airspace". But the search and rescue in the Straits of Malacca was only carried out more than five hours later, after...
Abdullah Badawi doesn't see the need for a royal commission on the judiciary in the light of Justice Ian Chin's revelations of Mahathir's threats to remove judges. Such a commission is badly needed to comprehensively investigate the 1988 judicial...
With Ali Rustam now out of the running, the coast appears to be clear for Muyhiddin to claim the Umno deputy presidency with his only challenger now being Mat Taib.The thing is, does it make any difference who the...
Never before have Malaysian leaders been exposed to such intense global scrutiny - and for many, inside and outside Malaysia, they have not lived up to the exacting standards expected, as this New York Times article suggests.
Controversial second bridge: The site at Batu Kawan on the mainland as it looks nowIt will add to traffic congestion on the island. Even with an additional third lane, the existing Penang Bridge is expected to become congested again...
More on the controversy surrounding the 25558 new voters in Penang in the second quarter of 2011.This time a response from Guan Eng, saying that the gross number of new voters (25558) should be used for comparison and...
What are the Malaysian and Australian regulatory authorities going to do about this case involving a firm based in Labuan? Some 400 Australians and New Zealanders, many of them senior citizens, are still trying to recover over...
Now here's another worrying development. The Penang government has implemented a "build first, approve building plans later" policy in a bid to draw more investors to the state, according to a news report.The approval process for detailed building plans...
The royal commission of inquiry has ruled that Teoh Beng Hock committed suicide because of relentless pressure from aggressive interrogation by MACC officers.The questioning was described as “agresif, tidak wajar, maka langgar peraturan”.The ruling is set to...

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