Stories By Melissa Goh
126 Feb 2015 Thu
Malaysia's ruling party UMNO is staying out of a by-election next month in the opposition-controlled state of Kelantan.
217 Feb 2015 Tue
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim denies "malicious" allegations that he offered millions of dollars to Foreign Minister Anifah Aman to bring down the ruling government in 2008.
313 Feb 2015 Fri
Members of Malaysia's Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party vow never to join unity talks with ruling party UMNO, in the wake of their spiritual leader Nik Aziz's death.
411 Feb 2015 Wed
The family of jailed Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim on Wednesday (Feb 11) described his five-year incarceration as an "outrage" and vowed an international campaign to free the former deputy prime minister.
509 Feb 2015 Mon
Malaysia's highest court will decide on Tuesday whether to release Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim or uphold his sodomy conviction and put him behind bars.
606 Feb 2015 Fri
Indonesian President Joko Widodo and Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak agree to form a technical committee and to appoint a special envoy to handle maritime border issues.
706 Feb 2015 Fri
The plan to bring all of ASEAN under one common time zone instead of three has been supported in a joint news conference with the leaders of Malaysia and Indonesia.
821 Jan 2015 Wed
The Federal Court bench dismissed an application to review an earlier decision to not grant leave for appeal from the Catholic Church.
920 Jan 2015 Tue
Speaking at a special address in Putrajaya on Tuesday (Jan 20), Prime Minister Najib Razak said the Malaysian economy will grow between 4.5% to 5.5%, down from the 5% to 6% projected earlier.
1020 Jan 2015 Tue
In the wake of a Malaysian ban for suspicion of being tainted with the Listeriosis bacteria, consumers, and even sellers, are unable to differentiate Granny Smith and Gala smith apples from other types and brands of the fruit.