SIMPLE AFFAIR: Security may be tightened, says groom
KOTA KINABALU: The Kaamatan celebration this month is once again bringing the people of Sabah together to celebrate the annual traditional festival.
HARD LESSON: It's not the end of the world for prisoners, especially juvenile offenders, who now have an opportunity to receive an education, writes Emilia Gazali
CONTRARY to society's belief that being in a juvenile detention centre is the end of one's future, juvenile offenders in Kajang Prison are proving otherwise.
AMONG THE BEST: Blackouts last slightly more than 35 minutes
ASSAULT CASE: Probe completed and the case referred to DPP's office for further action
TONTON TV: Samsung, Media Prima unveil first streaming app for Smart TV
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AN ADDED VALUE: Education Ministry to boost graduates' marketability through exposure
KUALA LUMPUR: The Regional Environmental Awareness Cameron Highlands (Reach), a community based organisation formed by a group of Cameron Highlands residents alarmed by the rapidly deteriorating environment, has called on their newly-elected member of parliament Datuk Seri G. Palanivel to solve the critical pollution issues in the constituency.
ROYAL ADVICE: Perlis ruler calls for end to political arguments
KUCHING: Newly appointed Human Resources Minister Datuk Richard Riot Jaem said yesterday his portfolio was going to be very challenging as one of the long standing issues he would need to tackle was the private sector's minimum wage policy.
UNIQUE APPROACH: New Youth and Sports minister looking to engage youth through non-traditional methods
PUTRAJAYA: The new Women, Family and Community Development Minister Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim says she will use past experiences to help uplift the role of women in the business world.
STREET PROTESTS: New home minister to give decision soon
KUALA LUMPUR: Newly appointed Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar's main challenge is in turning the Royal Malaysia Police into a world-class professional force with integrity and pride.
GEORGE TOWN: The planned gathering organised by the state government at the Esplanade today has been deemed illegal as the police have rejected a delayed application from the organisers.
PETALING JAYA: Selangor Gerakan will not close its operations room and will continue its services as usual despite its dismal performance in the 13th General Election, said its chairman, Senator A. Kohilan Pillay.
IPOH: A Form Three student could only writhe in pain after he was repeatedly assaulted with a baton while trying to ward off a snatch theft attempt near here.
SEREMBAN: A night out for a man celebrating his new job ended in tragedy when he died after being slashed on his neck at a karaoke outlet.
PUTRAJAYA: The Attorney-General's Chambers is almost done handling most of the offence cases committed during the 13th General Election.