YOUNGEST OF THREE: Boy wandered into bathroom while mum was on the phone
SEMPORNA: Gambling brings fun to the Bajau Laut community, especially to the children, on Mabul Island about 30 minutes away from here by boat.
HEAVY SMOKE: Victim believed to have suffocated to death
NO PRIMA FACIE CASE: Evidence gathered could not link them to the murder
KUALA TERENGGANU: Five Pas supporters have lost their appeal against a six-month jail sentence for rioting during the 12th General Election (GE12) in 2008.
ARCHITECTURAL MARVEL: Terengganu's traditional house will be open to public in three years
BADLY DAMAGED: PWD engineer has deemed the structure unsafe
JOHOR BARU: Four men, aged between 27 and 45, were charged in the magistrate's court here yesterday with causing mischief and obstructing a public servant on duty outside the votes counting centre for the Gelang Patah polls on May 5.
KOTA BARU: The government has information that the banned Al-Arqam movement is still active in other countries, despite the recent arrests of several members, including Hatijah Aam, the ex-wife of its late founder, Ashaari Muhammad.
GENNEVA CASE: Court allows prosecution's application for company's assets to remain frozen pending appeal
SECOND TERM: Abu Zahar reappointed president of Dewan Negara
KOTA KINABALU: The government has spent RM614,355 on expenses of immigrant juveniles at correction centres in Sabah over the past six years from 2007.
GEORGE TOWN: The Citizen Awareness Chant Group (Chant) has demanded that the Penang Island Municipal Council (MPPP) disclose the name of landowners involved in the illegal Bukit Gambier hilltop clearing.
PEOPLE FIRST: Ongkili wants to meet Selangor MB to find common ground
POOR SHOWING: Bid to improve logistics firm's finances and address concerns raised by internal and external auditors
PENDING ACTION: Johor state exco man on leave from all party activities
MERGER: Not many changes required and it will not cause major issues, says Muhyiddin
JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean was sentenced to seven days' jail and fined RM5,000 by the magistrate's court here yesterday for ramming into a policeman on a motorcycle on Monday afternoon.
SHAH ALAM: Two men were jailed for taking the law into their own hands when they assaulted a Nigerian student and caused his death after they claimed they were cheated by him.
KOTA BARU: The magistrate's court here yesterday sentenced a man to one year's jail for threatening his father with a steel pipe last week.