Island hospital controversy
The Penang state government is being defensive following a controversy after being \"critised\" for \"quietly selling\" prime state land to build a large private hospital expected to mainly serve medical tourist.
Police to probe TN50 scuffle
Police have received two reports, one made by a policeman and another by a member of the public over the scuffle at the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) dialogue for artistes on Wednesday.
Frenchman honoured for bringing oil palm to Malaysia 100 years ago
Henri Fauconnier, the man who introduced oil palm to Malaysia was given a special award during the 100th anniversary celebrations of commercial oil palm planting in the country in an event held at Tennamaram Estate in Bestari Jaya, Selangor.
RM510mil in allocations for oil palm small holders
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced an additional allocation of RM510mil for the planting and replanting of oil palm scheme for small holders in line with the 100th anniversary celebrations of commercial palm oil planting in Malaysia.
Kamalanathan: Bringing teachers and their spouse together is our priority
Deputy Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan says the next round of teacher transfer appeals will be used to resolve issues related to teachers being posted away from their families.
Cherished clothes donated to charity
TOP Pass It On campaign collects over 5000 pieces of donated clothes to the poor.
RM180,000 Brazillian tree in T'ganu not dead but shedding leaves
The RM180,000 Brazilian silk floss tree in Kuala Terengganu is not dead as reported, and very much alive.
Oz's Omar in the running to be crowned the world's longest cat
Omar, the Maine Coon cat from Melbourne, is in the running to be named the world\'s longest cat after Guinness World Records contacted his owner, Stephy Hirst, following a picture she posted of him on Instagram.
Blind 'Uncle Luke' says sorry for his strong-arm tactics
A blind senior citizen, who was seen in a viral video using aggression to obtain public donations, has apologised for his \'modus operandi\'.
PAS defers decision on Selangor exco positions
PAS has resolved to defer a decision on the fate of its three state excos in Selangor pending further developments, following its decision to cut ties with PKR.
Man pleads not guilty over brother’s death
A 48-year-old factory technician pleaded not guilty at the Magistrate’s court for causing the death of his brother, Lim Poh Haw.
Remand for JJPTR founder and aides extended until Friday
The remand order against JJPTR founder Johnson Lee and two of his aides have been extended for another day. The trio were picked up by police in Petaling Jaya at 4.30am on Tuesday.
David Teo, Mat Over consider TN50 slapping episode over
Film producer David Teo and comedian Sulaiman Yassin want to put their scuffle episode at the TN50 Dialogue behind them for good.
CyberSecurity: Report to us about ransomware attack
CyberSecurity Malaysia, an agency under the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry, on Wednesday urged those affected by ransomware attacks to report the incidents to the agency.
All good now, PM says of scuffle at TN50 event
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak addressed the scuffle that broke out at the TN50 dialogue in Putrajaya Wednesday night, tweeting that the \"discussion got a little too intense...but it’s all good now.\"
WannaCry spreading via WhatsApp and e-banking is fake news
CyberSecurity Malaysia confirmed on Wednesday that two viral messages claiming that the WannaCry ransomware is being distributed through online banking services and WhatsApp are a hoax.
A refugee is alone in Malaysia. This is her phone [vertical video]
A young refugee is alone in Malaysia. All she has is this phone, and you are her guide.
GrabCar driver’s sweet gesture warms hearts
The ride-hailing market is so competitive that it forces GrabCar or Uber drivers to strive to do better. Ex-banker Abu Talib Mohd Ali puts smiles on his passengers\' faces by giving them snacks.
Blind ‘Uncle Luke’ says sorry for his strong-arm tactics
A blind senior citizen, who was seen in a viral video using aggression to obtain public donations, has apologised for his ‘modus operandi’. Khor Chai Wing, fondly known as “Uncle Luke”, claims he suffers from mental illness.