Stories By Melissa Goh
110 Dec 2014 Wed
Malaysia is home to about three million Indonesian workers, with more than half of them undocumented and risking arrests and possible jail terms as authorities promise to enact tougher measures to stem the flow of illegal workers into the country.
203 Dec 2014 Wed
An official inquiry report on illegal immigration in the Malaysian state of Sabah absolves the government of organizing a votes for citizenship scheme, but fails to propose any steps to tackle the issue, disappointing local political groups.
301 Dec 2014 Mon
Rights activists held protests outside the Thai embassy in Malaysia as Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha arrived in Kuala Lumpur for an official visit.
430 Nov 2014 Sun
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Saturday (Nov 29) the Sedition Act is needed to maintain peace and racial harmony in the multi-racial and multi-religious country.
526 Nov 2014 Wed
The Malaysian government has proposed a new law to strengthen existing legislation against terrorism.
626 Nov 2014 Wed
Malaysia's ruling political party the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) is launching an online registration option for new membership, as it gears up for the four-day annual convention starting Wednesday (Nov 26).
720 Nov 2014 Thu
As more women start using public transport for work and study, some are calling for a bigger female-only section in the trains.
817 Nov 2014 Mon
Malaysians have been warned against accepting wholesale leaked satellite pictures that apparently showed a Ukrainian fighter jet firing at Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
908 Nov 2014 Sat
The Star newspaper has reported that Malaysia's world number one badminton player Lee Chong Wei's B sample has tested positive.
1007 Nov 2014 Fri
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, who was found guilty of sodomising his former aide, accused the prosecution of trying to hammer the final nail into the coffin of his political career.