Mosque officials seek clarity on Terengganu’s renewed ban

TERENGGANU has long forbade politicians from preaching in mosques but the latest ban issued last week has officials stumped.  They told The Malaysian Insight they have yet to receive official instructions from the Terengganu Council of Islamic Religion and Malay Customs (Maidam) to prevent politicians from preaching in mosques. 

Selangor BN eyes 5 Perikatan seats in state polls

SELANGOR Barisan Nasional (BN) wants to contest the five state seats currently held by rival Perikatan Nasional (PN) parties, Bersatu and PAS, in the coming state elections, state leaders said. Apart from that, the state BN also wants to defend its five seats.

Perikatan confident of victory in Selangor

PERIKATAN Nasional (PN) leaders believe voter sentiment, which saw it pick up a sizeable number of parliamentary seats in the 15th general election, will lead it to victory in Selangor.  PAS secretary Roslan Shahir Mohd Shahir is confident PN will be able to contest 33 out of 56 state seats.

Liverpool’s new-look front three put Man Utd to the sword

LIVERPOOL were given a glorious glimpse of a bright future on a historic Sunday at Anfield as Manchester United were ruthlessly crushed 7-0 to match their heaviest ever competitive defeat. Roberto Firmino came off the bench to inflict the final wound on a beleaguered United, who had lost just once in their previous 22 games.

I will not summarily close the book on MH370 tragedy, Anthony Loke says

TRANSPORT Minister Anthony Loke yesterday said he will not summarily close the book on the MH370 tragedy, which saw a Beijing-bound plane with 239 people on board vanishing about two hours after its departure in 2014. In a message ahead of the ninth anniversary of the plane’s disappearance, he reiterated the Malaysian government’s position that due consideration will […]

Loved ones cut off by floodwaters

YONG PENG: With many roads in Johor submerged, families are finding themselves separated by bodies of water from their loved ones. Read full story

No delaying flood projects

SEGAMAT: Flood mitigation projects including those in Johor will be expedited, says the Prime Minister, adding that there is no need to call for an emergency in the state as the situation is still under control. Read full story

A true MCA icon, a true Malaysian

PETALING JAYA: The legacy left behind by the late Tan Sri Lee San Choon will remain etched in the annals of MCA history as one of a staunch, wise and unyielding leader who pushed boundaries. Read full story