Alcohol poisoning: Victim may have bought drink in Bangi Lama

His employer says the victim and his friends only drank half of the liquor in the one-litre bottle.

Closure of Lynas would be a tragedy, says Australian diplomat

High commissioner warns that this could result in a drop in Australian investment in Malaysia.

CJ says Native Court system still relevant in Sabah

He says state gov't has formed a committee to look into its recognition as equivalent to syariah and civil courts.

Over half of prisons overcrowded - Home Ministry

The Pengakalan Chepa Prison is the most packed, with 2,900 inmates despite a 1,500 capacity.

Putin sees chance circumstances behind downing of Russian plane in Syria

It disappeared from radar screens at the same time Israeli and French forces were mounting aerial attacks.
  Darya Korsunskaya & Stephen Farrell, Reuters

USM: 'External forces' pressured us to call off PIL 1 public forum

But university official does not disclose which 'forces' tried to get the programme shut down.

Mustapa's exit from Umno 'a little late', says Dr M

PM says that the former minister should have realised what was wrong with the party 'early on'.
  Faisal Asyraf

'Tun' and 'Mahathir' among popular names in M'sia

The NRD also says many named after states in the country, except Terengganu.

MACC raids Felcra subsidiary office in RM4m graft probe

53-year-old subject of probe believed to have awarded training contracts to companies he had interests in.

'This is on you' - Khairy snipes Zahid after Tok Pa exit

'Now, we have lost a leading light of our party. A brilliant and good man,' tweets the former Youth chief.

Agong grants audience to Singapore president

Halimah Yacob is on a two-day visit to Malaysia.

Met Dept warns public not to drive in open areas during bad weather

The storm that lashed through Perlis was caused by a phenomenon called rolling clouds, says the department.

Quit as MP too, Umno man tells Mustapa

Razlan Rafii believes Mustapa should also step down as Jeli lawmaker if he has 'dignity'.

Rubber set to surpass palm oil as M'sia's top commodity, says minister

Teresa Kok states that this is due to palm oil facing difficulty in the international market. 

The Netherlands plans to defend ICC against US threats

Dutch foreign minister says will approach more countries to become members of the court.

MAA: Vehicle sales rose 26pct during tax holiday

65,551 units sold in August, compared to 51,716 from the year before, says M'sian Automotive Association.

Zakaria resigns as CEO of FGV

But the company announces that its internal forensic investigation will continue.

Judicial Appointments Commission gets four new eminent persons

They are Mohd Hishamudin Mohd Yunus, Linton Albert, Mah Weng Kwai, and Shad Saleem Faruqi.

Ex-minister Mustapa Mohamed quits Umno

UPDATED 8.24PM | The Jeli MP says that the party is veering away from inclusivity and moderation.

Setiawangsa residents demand assessment reports from DBKL for adjacent project

They question how the plot status had changed from residential to commercial allegedly without resident consultation.
  Annabelle Lee

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