Stories By Melissa Goh
106 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.
203 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.
328 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.
428 Feb 2014 Fri
Philippine President Benigno Aquino made his first official visit to Malaysia since he took office in 2010 on Friday.
526 Feb 2014 Wed
Malaysia's facilitators of the southern Thailand peace process are optimistic that a dialogue can soon resume, in order to reach a peace accord by next year.
624 Feb 2014 Mon
The government said if the on-going hot and dry spell continues, as many as two million residents in the Klang Valley may experience a disruption of its clean water supply.
721 Feb 2014 Fri
Dressed up as zombies, the protesters are trying to paint a grim picture of what will happen if Malaysia becomes a part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement.
819 Feb 2014 Wed
A prolonged hot and dry spell has sparked more than 5,000 bush and peat fires across Malaysia which is more than 1,000 per cent increase compared to the same period last year.
918 Feb 2014 Tue
More than 12,000 people in Malaysia have been infected with dengue fever so far this year, representing a four-fold increase compared to the same period last year.
1014 Feb 2014 Fri
A weaker Malaysian currency of late is giving the country's tourism sector a boost. As Channel NewsAsia finds out, foreign tourists are staying longer and spending more.