ANWAR Ibrahim must get his policies right to win over Malay voters who had backed Perikatan Nasional (PN) in the last general elections, analysts said. The experts told The Malaysian Insight what was missing was major policy changes to improve Malay economic empowerment that can swing back Malay support, especially in time for the state […]
Commentary by Mustafa K Anuar FOLLY among the lawmakers usually foists itself on the august Dewan Rakyat at the expense of the electorate who generally prefer cleverness and civilised behaviour from political representatives.
THE developers of the Melaka International Cruise Terminal (MICT) must comply with requirements, including an environmental impact assessment (EIA) report, before the project is given the green light, Kota Melaka lawmaker Khoo Poay Tiong said. Khoo said he was unsure if the EIA had been completed.
CALL it “Trump Cam.” Trump, Trump, Trump. And more Trump.
LEONARDO DiCaprio was in Washington yesterday – not to press lawmakers on his environmental causes or to film another blockbuster hit, but rather to testify in a political corruption trial featuring a 90s hip-hop star and a disgraced Malaysian financier. Pras Michel, a member of the US musical trio The Fugees, is facing charges for […]
THE punishment of rotan imposed by the civil courts on prisoners will be reviewed, says Ramkarpal Singh. Read full story
TWO Opposition MPs and a backbencher were ejected from the House after they refused to heed instructions from Deputy Speaker Alice Lau. Read full story
THE windfall tax collected from the palm oil industry should be used to assist oil palm smallholders who are in financial difficulty, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Jeck Seng. Read full story
SEPANG: An uptick in crime cases within the district, especially in Putra Perdana, has led to extra police presence. Read full story
KUALA PILAH: A 52-year-old man claimed trial in the Sessions Court here to a charge of running a money-lending business without a valid licence. Read full story