Amid dress code debacle, ex-IGP suggests online police reports

COPS should have options for lodging reports online if they insist people follow dress codes to enter police stations, a retired police chief said.  Musa Hassan, who was inspector-general of police, said dressing should not be an issue, in response to a furore over a woman barred from entering a police station as she was […]

Azmin will struggle to win in Selangor, say PKR lawmakers

AZMIN Ali’s chances of winning in the Selangor state polls, much less returning as menteri besar, are either slim or non-existent despite Perikatan Nasional’s (PN) strong showing in the recent general election (GE15), PKR lawmakers said.  They said the former Gombak MP was already rejected in GE15 when he lost his federal seat to Selangor […]

Google to release ChatGPT rival named Bard

GOOGLE said yesterday it will release a conversational chatbot named Bard, setting up an artificial intelligence showdown with Microsoft which has invested billions in the creators of ChatGPT, the hugely popular language app that convincingly mimics human writing. ChatGPT, created by San Francisco company OpenAI, has caused a sensation for its ability to write essays, […]

Bad weather for parts of Pahang

KUANTAN: “Danger” and “severe” level continuous rain warnings have been issued for Pahang by the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). Read full story

Residents young and old sad at constant flooding

PASIR MAS: It has been three months since septuagenarian Asiah Mamat set foot in her home in Kampung Tersang, Rantau Panjang, here as the area is still inundated after the floods last November. Read full story

Bung proposes moving villagers to higher ground

KOTA KINABALU: Village settlements close to Sungai Kinabatangan should be moved to higher ground to prevent them from being affected by the recurring flood problems, says Kinabatangan MP Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin. Read full story

KJ may look into Selangor polls

KUALA LUMPUR: He may have been sacked from Umno, but Khairy Jamaluddin may be interested in contesting in the Selangor state elections and says he has a few months to consider this. Read full story

There is nothing to fear if you are not corrupt, says Anwar

PETALING JAYA: The battle against graft requires the cooperation of everyone and political parties shouldn’t be fearful of any probe by the authorities if they are not involved in any corrupt practices, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Read full story