Muay Thai trainer Shareh Nasrullah Shareh Roselin gets liquor bottle slammed in face while trying to stop four people from attacking a grasscutter at Tasik Tambahan recreation park in Ampang.
Unhappy KL residents up in arms over poor handling of urgent matters despite change in government.
Kuala Lumpur residents want Federal Territories Minister and mayor to get independent advice and act in the interest of the people following landmark Court of Appeal decision on development projects.
Court of Appeal’s landmark ruling on controversial housing project in Taman Tiara Titiwangsa set to change the way public objections are heard and how projects are approved in Kuala Lumpur.
MCA has missed the starting gun; it does not need someone to tell them when to run.
Malaysian pharmacists could soon be playing a larger role, including being vaccination advocates and providers if proposal by Health Ministry to make vaccination compulsory receives Cabinet nod.
As construction of several new expressways is underway, Pakatan Harapan leaders must dread the day the tolled roads are launched as they will face the wrath of voters for going back yet again on their election manifesto.
Friends of Bukit Kiara initiates movement to ensure Bukit Kiara, once gazetted as a green lung, is properly managed and protected.
Batu Caves stairway painted in spectrum of colours thanks to some 100 volunteers.
Lawyer and local council expert Derek Fernandez says government of the day can undo wrong in Bukit Kiara by declaring subdivision of land over the years was fraudulent and abuse of power.
Government documents reveal RM49 million spent to acquire land in Bukit Kiara in 1976 to be turned into National Botanical Gardens – a plan that never materialised.
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad says a single schooling system will promote unity but admits government cannot do away with vernacular schools unless rakyat asks for it.
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission chief Shukri Abdull tells politicians to stop putting civil servants in a fix by issuing support letters and urges head of government departments not to be “yes men”.