GE14 | The caretaker minister claims Harapan is all about the pursuit of power, not the nation's interests.
A three storey-tall wooden cutout of jailed opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim overlooks Kampung Indian Settlement, Batu Caves, ahead of polling day for the 14th general election.
Party leaders disclose that the list is almost finalised.
Chief Justice Md Raus Sharif dismisses the ex-parte application by Anwar's lawyer.
GE14 | Recent decisions by the electoral body have made the people doubt its independence, he says.
GE14 | He recalls how Mohamad Sabu was jailed under ISA and Anwar was dealt a black eye when 'that person' was in power.
He says their partnership is rooted in the desire to bring about change in Malaysia.
UPDATED 1.53PM | The Court of Appeal rules that the prohibition was not irrational or unreasonable.
GE14 | The PKR de facto leader urges people to exercise their rights wisely, and reject BN and Umno.
UPDATED 6.15PM | Ummi Hafilda says she paid RM5,000 to sit at the same table with the man on 'the path of truth'.
This move, says Aziz Kaprawi, proves that 'Melayu mudah lupa' and 'Mahathir sendiri mudah lupa'.
Jailed opposition leader slams Putrajaya’s refusal to restore mandatory royal assent for new bills.
UPDATED 8.12PM | The department refers to Prisons Act and a statement purportedly from Anwar on EC and anti-fake news.
The date set coincides with 11 days after the release of Anwar Ibrahim from prison.
GE14 | Ex-PM's current role based on experience and commitment to embrace change, says jailed PKR leader.
UPDATED 7.22PM | His lawyer calls the TV station a 'serial offender' when it comes to defamation.
He says Anwar should technically be barred from issuing communiques without prior approval.
Jailed PKR leader adds they will trash the anti-fake news law should it be passed.
COMMENT | Anwar’s project of taking Putrajaya is now back on track.
The former PM also responds to Australia's ABC on the perceived hypocrisy of his actions.
I cannot understand Mahathir's thoughts, rues a puzzled Rahim Noor.
It allows leave to hear two questions related to constitutionality of the National Security Council Act.
It is now too late to change history, communications minister tells former PM.
Ex-PM warned not to repeat the mistake he made in Umno by vying with PAS for religious influence.
'I was very angry at the police because I asked them why have you not put him on trial,' he tells Sin Chew Daily.
The PKR leader also urges the Home Ministry to resolve the issue of statelessness.
Courageous to hear the allegation that lawyer Shafee was paid RM9.5m to secure Anwar's conviction.
UPDATED 5.49PM | He had filed the application in April last year claiming he was convicted on perjured evidence.
His sentence can be extended if he flouts the prison rules, the ministry adds.
LETTER | The truth is we have wiped out a leader by allowing Anwar to suffer in prison.