Stories By Melissa Goh
128 Mar 2015 Sat
The hudud issue is continuing to divide opinion in Malaysia as parties in the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition squabble over the issue.
227 Mar 2015 Fri
The passing of Mr Lee Kuan Yew has prompted many Malaysians to ponder their country’s leadership and its future direction.
326 Mar 2015 Thu
Lee Kuan Yew’s personality and accomplishments have left a lasting impression on a new generation of politicians in Malaysia.
425 Mar 2015 Wed
In Malaysia, books by Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew on his world views and candid analyses of international events have always been popular. After his death on Monday, Mr Lee's books are now experiencing a sharp rise in sales.
520 Mar 2015 Fri
An uncertain future awaits the opposition Pakatan Rakyat coalition, as public discord over amendments to the Islamic penal code threatens to break up the group.
617 Mar 2015 Tue
Nurul Izzah Anwar, daughter of jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim, says she is "emboldened" after her first night in a lock-up and will continue to speak up against the Malaysian government.
713 Mar 2015 Fri
The leaders of Malaysia and Myanmar pledge to boost cooperation in tourism, education, trade and investment.
812 Mar 2015 Thu
The timing of the trip was awkward, with the visit coming hot on the heels of a violent crackdown on student protesters in Myanmar.
911 Mar 2015 Wed
Myanmar Buddhist activists staged a protest alongside Rohingya Muslims in Kuala Lumpur, calling for an immediate end to the violent crackdown against student protesters in Myanmar.
1010 Mar 2015 Tue
Described as the mother of all scandals in Malaysia, allegations of fraud at the state investment fund threaten to undermine trust in Prime Minister Najib Razak running the country's finances.