Following uproar over mandatory PTPTN salary deductions, Education Minister Maszlee Malik said the Income-Contingent Loan Repayment scheme will now be put on hold. Flip flop decisions don’t make the decision makers look pretty.
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.
Stretch out your hand and grab this offer that will make your tongue stick out. We are selling this T-shirt for only RM22.13 each. But deyyy, since this is a kind of unity symbol and we’re in a good mood, forget the 13 sen.
Curbing illegal gambling could be key to ensuring National Sports Council enjoys higher sin tax contribution to fund sports programmes in Malaysia.
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) sources confirm probe linked to suspended Fifa Ethics Committee judge Sundra Rajoo involves BN and Pakatan Harapan leaders.
Dr Maya Nagaratnam is on a mission to inspire more people to appreciate the beauty of sarees.
Friends of Bukit Kiara initiates movement to ensure Bukit Kiara, once gazetted as a green lung, is properly managed and protected.
Over 150 Kuala Lumpur Umno members, including grassroots leaders, pledge loyalty to Amanah whose president Mohamad Sabu repeats stand of inclusiveness and being mindful of people’s sentiments.
Come with just your smartphone as Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture and Agrotourism (MAHA) 2018 will for the first time offer visitors a cashless experience.
Chief Secretary of the Government Datuk Seri Ismail Bakar reveals possibility of reevaluating internal processes to ensure civil servants increase productivity.
Amanah Federal Territories secretary Ismail Yahaya approached by KL Umno division members as some 200 members plan to party-hop.
Spirit of brotherhood among former St John’s Institution (SJI) students sees full settlement of iconic school’s outstanding Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) bill.
Umno leaders must tolerate dissenting views to win hearts of majority to revive Malay-based party or risk being forgotten forever, says Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek.