PM: I will give King Salman a hug once more
Prime Minister and Umno president Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is on a working visit to Riyadh for the Arab-Islamic-US Summit from May 20 until 21.
NYC car crash: Driver faces second degree murder charge
Richard Rojas who plowed his car through the bustling heart of Times Square in New York City on May 18 faces one count of murder in the second degree, aggravated vehicular homicide and multiple counts of attempted murder.
NGO asks Penang govt to preserve heritage buildings for the creation of 'medical city'
Heritage conservation is one of the concerns raised by Citizens Awareness Chant Group over a proposed project to create a “medical city” on a 3ha land in Pulau Tikus, Penang.
Car ploughs into hawker street in Penang
Six hawkers and customers were injured after a car ploughed into a hawker street in New Lane, George Town, Penang on May 19.
Homeless family gets DBKL flat
The family that has been living under the Middle Ring Road 2 flyover in Pandan Perdana near Cheras, Kuala Lumpur now has a place to call home.
China and Asean make headway with framework for Code of Conduct in South China Sea
Senior officials from China and Asean member states met in Guiyang, China and came out with a draft Code of Conduct in South China Sea after agreeing on having such a document in 2002.
KPDNKK announces Ramadan price control scheme
The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry (KPDNKK) announced a new price control scheme specifically for Ramadan which will include 10 items whose prices often increase significantly during the period.
Sorry is not enough, Hamzah tells Shell
Shell may have apologised for their fuel pricing blunder on Thursday but the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry says that it will continue with investigations into the issue.
NYC car crash: Driver and deceased identified
The driver of the car that plowed through New York City\'s Times Square, killing 18-year old Alyssa Elsman and injuring 22 others, has drinking problem after returning from his Navy service.
Accident cases contribute to most orthopaedic cases
Health Minster Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam said accident cases contributed to most of the orthopaedic cases in public hospitals, and all parties must do their part to bring down the numbers.
Duo charged with trafficking dangerous drugs
Tan Swee Hin and Tang Chin Tart, both in their 50s, were charged separately with drug trafficking at the George Town magistrate\'s court in Penang on Friday.
JJPTR trio to be released on police bail
JJ Poor To Rich (JJPTR) founder Johnson Lee and two of his aides are expected to be released on police bail on Friday after their remand ends.
Pujut by-election will be held on July 4
Election Commission chairman Datuk Seri Mohd Hashim Abdullah announced on Friday that polling for the Pujut by-election in Sarawak has been set for July 4.
Aussie faces 11 charges in Singapore
Australian Jason Peter Darragh, who was arrested by six police officers at Singapore\'s Changi Airport on April 20 after he pushed an officer to the ground, is facing 11 charges over drunken sprees in the city state.
'Datuk' in zakat graft case released on bail
A high-ranking Datuk, a department head and three officers from the Pusat Zakat Negeri Pulau Pinang were released on bail on Friday.
China-Hong Kong bridge to unity, or tentacle of Beijing control?
As construction of a mega bridge between Hong Kong and China nears completion, some see it as a link to unity, while others feel it could be a tentacle of Beijing\'s control.
Japan cabinet approves bill allowing emperor to abdicate
Japan\'s cabinet has approved a bill on Friday that would allow Emperor Akihito to step down paving the way for the first abdication by a Japanese emperor in roughly 200 years.
Family forced to live under flyover
A family of six has been staying under a flyover in Pandan Perdana near Cheras with just a tent, a stove and some basic personal possessions for the past two months after they were evicted from their low cost flat.
Second rob-and-rape suspect dies trying to evade cops
The second suspect in a rape and robbery at an illegal gambling den is dead after he fell from the 12th floor of an apartment in Taman Setapak Jaya, Kuala Lumpur while trying to evade the police.
Soundgarden's Chris Cornell's death ruled suicide by hanging
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell died of hanging by suicide, the Wayne County Medical Examiner\'s Office said on Thursday.
Car slams into Times Square pedestrians, killing one, injuring 22
A speeding car plowed into pedestrians on a sidewalk in New York City\'s Times Square on Thursday, killing one person and injuring 22 and authorities said there was no indication it was an act of terrorism.
Orphans gifted new Baju Raya
Youths from Kompleks Pendidikan Anak-Anak Yatim Darul Kifayah being measured for their new custom-made Baju Raya as part of iM4U fm and Sunway\'s Fabrik Kasih program.
NGO asks Penang govt to preserve heritage buildings for the creation of ‘medical city’
Heritage conservation is one of the concerns raised by Citizens Awareness Chant Group over a proposed project to create a “medical city” on a 3ha land in Pulau Tikus, Penang. Citing a double-storey bungalow in Peel Avenue that will be demolished for the project as an example, he stressed that heritage conservation in Penang should be the priority instead of bringing in foreign direct investment.