Selangor DAP confident of defending its seats

SELANGOR DAP is confident of winning 16 seats in the state polls due in June, secretary Ng Sze Han said. With DAP’s secretary-general Anthony Loke insisting the party must retain all its seats in the state, Ng said it is achievable even if there are challenges in terms of obtaining Malay votes.

Opening houses to a divided Malaysia

Commentary by Mustafa K. Anuar  OPEN house, the concept of welcoming visitors to one’s residence in celebration of religious and cultural festivities, has been practised in Malaysia for many years. 

Operators want specific plans before stalls and kiosks built, upgraded

CITY and local councils must have a specific plan before they embark on any project to beautify, upgrade or build new hawker centres, stalls or kiosks, operators said. The Malaysian Federation of Hawkers and Traders Association president Rosli Sulaiman said discussions must be held with stakeholders to get a better view on what needs to […]

Fugees rapper Pras Michel guilty in 1MDB corruption scheme

PRAS Michel, a rapper in the 1990s hit trio The Fugees, was found guilty yesterday of helping funnel money from a billion-dollar Malaysia scam into US politics. After a trial that featured Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio as a witness, Michel was found guilty of illegal political donations, money-laundering and related charges in the scandal engineered […]

Man City rout Arsenal to seize title momentum

MANCHESTER City took control of the Premier League title race as Kevin De Bruyne scored twice in a dominant 4-1 win over leaders Arsenal to close in on retaining their crown as English champions yesterday. Arsenal hold a two-point lead at the top of the table but City have two games in hand, meaning Pep […]

Going back to masking up

PETALING JAYA: The mask mandate may make a return to schools, as the Health Ministry is planning to propose the use of face masks once again. Read full story

Test kits, face masks in demand

GEORGE TOWN: The ongoing haze and concern over the spread of Covid-19 have led to an increase in demand for face masks and test kits at pharmacies here. Read full story

MIC man appeals dismissal of his election petition

PUTRAJAYA: Barisan Nasional candidate Tan Sri M. Ramasamy (pic) has filed an appeal with the Federal Court over the Election Court’s dismissal of his petition to challenge the result for the Segamat parliamentary seat in the 15th General Election (GE15) in November last year. Read full story