Stories By Melissa Goh
111 Apr 2014 Fri
Malaysia's police chief reiterated that Malaysia will continue to lead the investigation into missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 even after the aircraft's black boxes have been retrieved.
208 Apr 2014 Tue
It's exactly a month since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 mysteriously disappeared on March 8. To mark the incident that has gripped the nation, a candlelight vigil was held in Kuala Lumpur.
304 Apr 2014 Fri
The underwater search comes as the missing plane's 'black box' flight recorders run low on batteries, with signals from their beacons possibly falling silent as soon as this weekend.
401 Apr 2014 Tue
Chinese families on Tuesday continued to demand answers and meetings with Malaysian authorities over the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight. They want to meet international technical experts to find out more about what happened to the plane.
528 Mar 2014 Fri
Malaysia's target to attract two million visitors from China this year may be affected by the controversy surrounding the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. Tour agencies have reported a drop in bookings from China, and experts said this may affect neighbours Singapore and Thailand as well.
628 Mar 2014 Fri
In Kuala Lumpur, dozens of people lit candles, hung folded paper birds on trees and prayed for the 239 passengers and crew on board missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. They also observed a moment of silence in a show of solidarity with the families of the missing.
715 Mar 2014 Sat
Fatigue is starting to set in for those involved in the massive search operation for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.
806 Mar 2014 Thu
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is back in court to hear the prosecution's appeal against his acquittal from a sodomy charge two years ago.
903 Mar 2014 Mon
Cloud seeding will begin across four states in Malaysia -- Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca and Johor -- after weeks of hot and dry weather sparked bush fires and forced water rationing to be carried out in many areas.
1028 Feb 2014 Fri
Visiting Philippine President Benigno Aquino has urged Malaysian businesses to invest in the poverty-stricken region of Mindanao to tap the growing potential of the resource-rich southern province.