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PUB is tapping Singaporeans for ideas to the ending of a Hari Raya film that had audiences in tears

Will Din and Zul reunite? Apparently, it's up to you.

Lawyer for Malaysian minister implicated in sex video scandal fires back at accuser: ‘We do not respond to such attention-seeking taunts’

Haziq, who alleged that Azmin had engaged in sexual acts with him in a series of leaked videos, challenged the minister to take legal action against him.

Illegal cigarettes made up 60% of the Malaysian market in 2018 – here’s why that’s causing major problems

Malaysia has lost RM1.5 billion (US$360 million) due to taxes evaded by the illicit cigarette trade in 2018, but that isn't the end of its troubles.

This year’s NDP funpack is supposed to be more eco-friendly than before – here’s what to look out for

No more scarves. This year's funpacks supposedly achieved a reduction of more than 1.7 million single-use items.

Singapore scientists discover virus strain linked to a type of cancer Cantonese speakers are 20 times more likely to get

Over 40 per cent of people in the southern part of China, where Cantonese is commonly spoken, are infected by this high-risk strain.

Nearly 25% of Malaysians have had suicidal thoughts: YouGov

Worryingly, about 26 per cent of the respondents surveyed said they had carried out acts of self-harm before.

Ungracious? Singaporeans have been ranked the 4th kindest travellers in Apac

While Singaporeans try to be as accommodating as possible on a flight, there are also certain kinds of passengers who get on their nerves, including drunks and seat-kickers.

NUS and NTU tie for Asia’s top university and 11th best in the world

While NUS fared better in academic and employer reputation, NTU had scored better in institutional research quality.

A&W is selling root beer floats for RM1 across Malaysia on its birthday, June 19

Can you even get anything for RM1 in restaurants these days?