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Malaysia’s 50% discount on outstanding traffic summons is back till Feb 1 – and you can even pay online
Malaysians tend to hoard the traffic tickets until steep discount windows are announced by authorities.
‘A criminal plot has been set in motion’: MACC chief says people are trying to discredit her for airing Najib phone calls
"I wish to send a clear message...that I will not be threatened or intimidated from carrying out my duty as the chief commissioner of the MACC."
‘You’re the PM, take charge,’ Rosmah allegedly tells Najib in 1MDB-linked audio clips released by Malaysian graft busters
One of the conversations allegedly involve former prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.
"I am 94 years old, you want me to be PM at 100?" he said.
‘Merciless’: Malaysia Bar calls for lighter sentence after 6 men jailed for skipping prayers to picnic at a famous waterfall
The men were slapped with a RM2,400 fine and one-month jail sentence each.
Malaysia passes law to scrap anti-fake news act – after debate which saw bickering and ‘sexist’ remark made
During the debate, the minister told a female politician he could not tell if she was a man or a woman.
Malaysian senator proposes new law to ‘protect’ men who are ‘seduced’ by women into committing rape and incest
The senator said that his proposal should be given due consideration so that "the men in this country are safe, and the country is peaceful”.
Previously, the youngest MPs were former PM Najib Razak and Batu MP P. Prabakaran, who were both elected at 22 years old.
But some parents think that physical punishment at home or at school should be made illegal.
Malaysians are enraged after George Clooney said the boycott of hotels owned by Brunei’s sultan was a ‘warning shot’ to Malaysia and...
Malaysia’s deputy foreign minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya said that while LGBT+ lifestyles deviate from Islam, the government will not impose such a punishment on the group.