Five men have been arrested for allegedly taking part in a riot involving some 2,000 people, which left several police vehicles damaged and dozens of people, including five policemen, injured. The rioting began after the Sarawak-Perak Malaysia Cup...
Corporate earnings growth in the second quarter ended June 30 is trailing strong economic expansion as companies struggle to pass down rising costs, while they focus on defending market share.
Even though many of its cities are named after palm species, several types are now becoming extinct due to illegal logging and development
Nearly 200 cabin crew have resigned from Malaysia Airlines which was hit by two deadly tragedies this year, the carrier said yesterday, and some reportedly cited fears for their safety.
A chief steward with Malaysia Airlines allegedly put his hand down a woman's pants during a flight to France and then pleaded with her not to report the incident, she told Australian media.
Even though Kuala Lumpur has shrugged off the old in its race to develop, one cafe remains unchanged, serving the same delicacies
The ongoing changes in the regulatory landscape of the various sectors of the Indonesian economy will be challenging for foreign investors, including Malaysians, who have poured money into the country over the past 15 years.
Malaysians have the lowest level of awareness of Asean among the 10-member countries' citizens and the government is set on rectifying this, ahead of the country's scheduled takeover of the grouping's chairmanship next year.
A male pygmy elephant was found dead from a gunshot wound in eastern Malaysia, a state wildlife official said yesterday. The body of the elephant, an endangered species, was discovered in a palm oil plantation in Tawau town in the state of Sabah,...
Ever the dutiful wife, Dr Wan Azizah has been stepping up for her husband Anwar Ibrahim. This time she is running for the chief minister's post in Selangor