Stories By Melissa Goh
117 Oct 2014 Fri
An Islamic university in Malaysia is setting up its own line of defence to prevent its students being recruited by Islamic State (IS) militants, while Malaysian police launched a new auxiliary force within the campus.
216 Oct 2014 Thu
Energy, Green Technology and Water Minister Maximus Ongkili has denied any link between his ministry and the Islamic State, after a senior ministry official was among 14 people arrested this week for suspected involvement in the IS recruitment drive.
310 Oct 2014 Fri
Easing concerns over the rising cost of living among Malaysians is expected to top the agenda, with the government firm on further cutting subsidies to reduce fiscal deficit to 3 per cent next year.
404 Oct 2014 Sat
It has been almost a week since pro-democracy protesters occupied and paralysed parts of Hong Kong, but student protestors have vowed to fight on to keep the Occupy movement strong. Channel NewsAsia's Melissa Goh spoke to two teenage student leaders fronting the protests.
502 Oct 2014 Thu
Street vendors in Wanchai market complained their sales were down by more than half because of traffic disruptions and lower tourist numbers.
601 Oct 2014 Wed
The pro-democracy youth movement has occupied central Hong Kong and declared it Democracy Square. Tens of thousands of students have been skipping school and spending nights there. But they said they are not forsaking their learning.
701 Oct 2014 Wed
The Occupy Central movement has set Oct 1 as the deadline for Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to meet their demands, including stepping down.
829 Sep 2014 Mon
Malaysia's defence minister, Hishammuddin Hussein, says the country remains at risk of possible attacks by Islamic State militants - with attacks most likely to be carried out at sea. Some in the shipping industry are now hiring private security companies to keep their cargo and crew safe.
926 Sep 2014 Fri
Three men suspected of heading to Syria to join the Islamic State group has been detained. Their arrests bring the number of Malaysian militant suspects held by the police to 22 since April.
1024 Sep 2014 Wed
Japanese tennis ace Kei Nishikori said he has learnt a great deal from his coach, former Grand Slam champion Michael Chang, in the past nine months.