Stories By Melissa Goh
129 Sep 2015 Tue
Even though the meeting had nothing to do with the haze, ASEAN ministers concurred it is a regional problem that could sour relations among member countries.
228 Sep 2015 Mon
Ambassador Huang Huikang downplayed the incident, saying his remarks were taken out of context and misinterpreted.
326 Sep 2015 Sat
Malaysian Deputy Foreign Minister Reezal Merican, speaking to Channel NewsAsia, said he will seek clarification from Chinese ambassador Huang Hui Kang on Monday morning (Sep 28) on the statements he made at Petaling Street.
425 Sep 2015 Fri
Malaysian police have arrested Red Shirt rally spokesman Jamal Md Yunos on possible sedition charges, says his aide.
523 Sep 2015 Wed
Malaysia has said it will not protect its companies if they are found guilty of practising slash-and-burn to clear lands in Kalimantan and Sumatra in Indonesia.
622 Sep 2015 Tue
After the break-up of the Pakatan Rakyat alliance earlier in 2015, Malaysia's opposition parties have banded together to form a new alliance called Pakatan Harapan.
721 Sep 2015 Mon
If confirmed by the FBI, the investigation would be the latest in a series of international probes levelled at Malaysia's state fund 1MDB, adding to those in Switzerland, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates.
818 Sep 2015 Fri
Anina Saadudin, who sued Prime Minister Najib Razak last month, has asked for a full declaration of the Prime Minister's assets and a detailed account of how the alleged political donation was used.
916 Sep 2015 Wed
Malay rights NGOs have organised a rally in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday to counter the Bersih 4 protest that was held a fortnight ago.
1008 Sep 2015 Tue
"This always happens during the hot and dry season. We would like to apologise to the governments of Singapore and Malaysia," says Mr Hamdhani Mukhdar Said on the sidelines of an ASEAN meeting in Kuala Lumpur.