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Televised debate between candidates next Wednesday

CAMERON POLLS | Bersih hopes that this will bring about a new political culture and mould better candidates.

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For Felda's old soldiers, BN is comfort in familiarity

CAMERON POLLS | From camaraderie to money, Felda settlers explain why they prefer BN to Harapan.

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Adib inquest could make murder conviction difficult: lawyer

A criminal lawyer opines that the inquest may mean that are no definite conclusions on the firefighter's cause of death.

by Hariz Mohd
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Najib tells supporters how he went from PM to 'king... of trolls'

UPDATED 7.20PM | CAMERON POLLS | 'What is the reason for this? It is because I fight them everyday with facts, not with lies'.

by Annabelle Lee
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No referendum on death penalty abolition, says Liew

Decision to abolish death penalty is still being reviewed and gov't is awaiting feedback, minister adds. 

by Bernama
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Maszlee awaiting report on 'sorrowful' teachers

The minister says he is yet to receive a report on educators who are affected by being placed far from their families. 

by Bernama
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Najib: 1MDB not one man's fault, it's a systemic failure

Ex-PM responds to Lim Guan Eng, who asked when he would apologise for the scandal.

by Annabelle Lee
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Putrajaya sues Kelantan gov't for violating Orang Asli land rights

UPDATED 6.10PM | AG notes this is the first time since Merdeka that fed gov't is instituting legal proceedings on Orang Asli's behalf. 

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Mahathir must help the Indian community begin a new era

COMMENT | Blueprint to help Indian community needs the PM's intervention

by Vivekananthan Munisamy
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Gerakan slams gov't proposal to set curfew for teens

Party veep Baljit Singh says it is a ‘moral policing’ act against teenagers, calls for gov’t to get its priorities right.

by Susan Loone
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Residents want new gov't to act against YTL cement plant

The residents in Sentul claim that the plant poses a threat to them and their children.

by B Nantha Kumar
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Petrol prices up 6 sen, diesel 12 sen

The price changes will take effect at midnight tonight.

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We cannot have a referendum to undermine a human right

COMMENT |  If we had a referendum on the death penalty, can the penalty be allowed to proceed, on the minority vote of the electorate?

by Kua Kia Soong
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Chief Justice to file affidavit-in-reply to suit by Karpal's daughter

'That's the order (from the High Court),' says Malanjum.

by Bernama
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Azhar: EC not affected by vacancy of commissioners

Its chairperson cites the Federal Constitution, after questions were raised about the commission's validity.

by Shakira Buang
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When will Najib apologise for 1MDB, asks 'distressed' Guan Eng

Former PM yesterday told Goldman to take responsibility for failing to protect 1MDB's interests.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Samurai bond: M’sia picks Mizuho, HSBC, Daiwa as lead arrangers

Japan Bank of International Cooperation will be guaranteeing the bond.

by Bernama
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Sorry no cure, we want compensation - minister to Goldman Sachs

Lim says the bank should understand the agony suffered by the Malaysian people due to the 1MDB scandal.

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Study on local battery production to be completed this year

Success could give hybrid and electric car production in Malaysia a boost, says Automotive Robotics Institute.

by Koh Jun Lin
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Malaysia-Japan ties to soar to a new level

This will be achieved through the look East Policy 2.0, says Malaysia’s envoy to Japan Kennedy Jawan.

by Samantha Tan, Bernama
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Temple committee unfazed by threat over bull-drawn chariot

Nattukottai Chettiar Temple trustee says PHEB doesn't have right to seize temple, denies claims of animal abuse. 

by Susan Loone
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Gobind denies using broadband to broaden Harapan's chances

CAMERON POLLS | He says it is part of his ministry's ongoing efforts to improve connectivity and infrastructure nationwide.

by Yasmin Ramlan
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School textbook purchase: Printers hit out at MOF over direct negotiation

They query why the ministry didn't call for open tender in giving approval for the acquisition of the textbooks.

by Faisal Asyraf
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'Even healthy reps can die' – EC chief rules out compulsory medical test

UPDATED 3.04PM | 'I don't think such a measure is necessary because we cannot predict when death will come'.

by Shakira Buang
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Guan Eng: 'Vote Harapan for development' remark taken out of context

UPDATED 12.57PM | Finance minister also notes how Pahang has the highest debt in the nation at RM3.1 billion.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Umno’s rhetoric on race and religion will push Malays backwards - Mujahid

CAMERON POLLS | Minister tells Felda settlers that Umno-BN's racial fearmongering will stall progress. 

by Annabelle Lee
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Felda: Guan Eng's remark on late payment to settlers inaccurate

The authority clarifies that the RM77million is not meant for payment of salaries.

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Judicial officers get their own code of ethics

Those covered include Sessions Court judges, Magistrates, and Registrars.

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Police still tracking down Indira's ex-husband, says Bukit Aman CID chief

He stresses that efforts to locate Muhammad Riduan Abdullah are still continuing. 

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Has DAP created history?

COMMENT | Will other Malaysians be susceptible to court cases if they insist that Harapan leaders keep their promises?

by Ti Lian Ker
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