Stories By Saifulbahri Ismail
107 Jan 2015 Wed
There are contingency plans in place should the flight data recorder not be found, though the investigation team will have to rely on debris and other data recovered, say an investigator with Indonesia's National Transportation Safety Committee.
206 Jan 2015 Tue
Recovery teams have found fewer than 40 bodies since the plane crashed during a storm early on December 28. They are also yet to find the "black box" flight data recorders.
304 Jan 2015 Sun
Even though the body was recovered in the morning, it was only sent to the airport in the evening because the weather had made it difficult for the Super Puma helicopter on board the RSS Persistence to take off safely.
403 Jan 2015 Sat
Indonesia's search and rescue agency Basarnas has been leading the search for missing AirAsia aircraft flight QZ8501, which crashed into the water off the coast of Kalimantan. Channel NewsAsia finds out more about the agency that has been at the centre of the search operations in Indonesia.
502 Jan 2015 Fri
Officials said the bodies and debris recovered so far were found within a relatively small area, which indicates that the fuselage is likely nearby.
601 Jan 2015 Thu
Recovered bodies from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 have been sent to the Imanudin Hospital at Pangkalan Bun in southwest Kalimantan, where they have been prepared before being flown to Surabaya in East Java.
729 Dec 2014 Mon
One fisherman told Channel NewsAsia he had combed the waters around Pulau Nangka and Pulau Pesumut on Monday but found nothing. He returned with other fishermen at around 4pm.
827 Dec 2014 Sat
More than 80 children from low income families in Marsiling were granted their New Year wishes on Saturday (Dec 27) as part of the North West Community Development Council's North West Care and Repair Programme.
927 Dec 2014 Sat
Former Fraser & Neave Executive Chairman Dr Michael Fam died at 10.05am on Saturday (Dec 27), aged 87.
1025 Dec 2014 Thu
Some Singaporeans in an informal foster family programme to look after children displaced by the 2004 tsunami in Indonesia's Aceh province say they still enjoy strong relationships with their beneficiaries.