SEREMBAN: THREE Singapore-registered Lamborghinis heading to Kuala Lumpur burst into flames after crashing into each other at Km260 of the North-South Expressway near Seremban yesterday.
ILLEGAL TRADE: Wildlife study cameras in Sabah catch them in the act
JOHOR BARU: Malaysia and Brunei yesterday reached a consensus to mutually share information online on issues pertaining to lost and stolen passports to prevent them from being abused by criminals.
GEORGE TOWN: Non-governmental organisation Persatuan Anak Muda Pulau Pinang is adamant that Jelutong MP Jeff Ooi Chuan Aun make a proper public apology for his kucing kurap remark against Penang Island Municipal Council workers.
SAFEGUARDING ISLAM: Amend constitution to prevent spread of deviant teachings, says delegate
MANDELA'S DEATH: Najib conveys condolences to S. African president on behalf of government and people of Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR: The NSTP-Media Prima Flood Relief Fund received RM200,000 after two companies stepped forward to help victims in flood-hit states.
WARNING: Four states could face the brunt
INACCESSIBLE: DPM tells relief centres to stock up extra food and essential items
CAR IMPORT PERMITS: Scheme has helped empower Malay businesses, say delegates
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Teratai assemblywoman Jenice Lee Ying Ha re-filed an application for a court declaration that she is still a member of the Democratic Action Party (DAP).
KAJANG: A former DAP grassroots leader has challenged party secretary-general Lim Guan Eng and national organising secretary Anthony Loke to make public the three-page special congress report.
KUCHING: The active participation of the community forms an essential part of effective crime prevention, said Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation vice-chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye yesterday.
AMPANG JAYA: Ulu Kelang Recreational Club (UKRC) members are mulling legal action against Hulu Kelang assemblyman Saari Sungib for not fulfilling his promise to resolve the club's land issue.
JOHOR BARU: The number of flood evacuees in the state increased to 1,507 yesterday from 1,071 people earlier in the day.
STAGGERING FIGURES: 66pc of cases involve cheating, 13pc due to CBT, 60pc committed by women
UMNO ABROAD: Students overseas urged to take part in forums pertaining to nation's goings-on
MUZAKARAH: Meeting will focus on strengthening Malay unity, says Shahrizat
KUALA TERENGGANU: The number of evacuees in 68 relief centres in the state dropped to 7,103 people from 1,743 families.
DEEP SYMPATHIES: Mandela's death a great loss to S. Africa and world, says ministry