Amanah MP says needs to be loud to get message across

AMANAH’S Hulu Langat MP Mohd Sany Hamzan has admitted he is constantly boisterous in the Dewan Rakyat because he wants to get his message across to the government. The first-time lawmaker said he wants the issues affecting the people to be heard.

Should we expect another Sheraton Move?

Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar IT is hardly surprising that Abdul Hadi Awang’s recent warning the unity government would soon collapse has prompted swift responses and caused anxiety among politicians and ordinary Malaysians.

Amanah eyeing one or 2 more seats in Selangor polls

AMANAH is eyeing an extra state seat or two, as it prepares to go into the upcoming Selangor polls, mobilisation bureau director Mohd Sany Hamzan said.  Against expectations, party incumbents retained all its seats in Selangor.

Spotify woos creators, adds video in revamp

SPOTIFY yesterday introduced new tools for artists and songwriters, with a particular focus on video formats seen as increasingly essential as the world’s biggest audio streaming service struggles to break even. The Swedish-owned company also unveiled a significant revamp to offer a more interactive interface, including the option to hear song previews and provide more […]

Minister says people free to express views on social media

MEMBERS of the public are free to create and express creative content on social media platforms provided it does not touch sensitivities related to the 3Rs – race (nation), religion and royalty. Communications and Digital Minister Fahmi Fadzil said the ministry will continue to monitor such contents with the cooperation of social media platform providers to ensure […]

Chile lawmakers reject government’s tax reform bill

CHILE’S lawmakers yesterday rejected a tax bill presented by the government of President Gabriel Boric, seen as the pillar of the leftist leader’s ambitious social reform programme. Boric’s government wanted to dedicate an extra 3.6% of GDP to finance an expansion to the social security system, with greater spending on health, education and pensions.

Border bottleneck persists

JOHOR BARU: The move to upgrade the two Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) buildings in Johor has received the thumbs up from groups here, but they hope that more can be done to solve the congestion problem in the long run. Read full story

Is Muhyiddin facing arrest?

PETALING JAYA: Former prime minister has been called up by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commis­sion (MACC) headquarters, amid speculation that he will be arrested and charged. Read full story