Penang's capital is trying to reinvent itself as a vibrant cultural heritage centre, writes Premyuda Boonroj
As the 21st century ushers in urban change, 80 per cent of cities in the world are already in existence and they need regeneration - a renewal of urban areas or suburbs facing decline - in order to compete and survive, according to Hamdan Abdul...
Islamic authorities in Malaysia are conducting a probe into a controversial "dog patting" event aimed at removing the stigma regarding men's best friend in the multi-ethnic Muslim-majority country.
A British High Court has ruled that the divorce case between former beauty queen Pauline Chai and her estranged millionaire tycoon husband Khoo Kay Peng can be heard in England.
Sedition Act is creating a climate of fear in the country
Hundreds of Malaysian lawyers yesterday held a protest march in the capital to demand the repeal of the country's sedition law, which they said impinges on freedom of expression.
Every day we wake up, brush our teeth, change our clothes and get ready for work or the day's routine. Nothing to it, right?
To mitigate encroachment by elephants and confrontation with humans, the country introduces electric fencing
The Internet has made a booming trade out of endangered wildlife in Malaysia, allowing people to illegally buy an animal in as short a time as a day.
One man was killed and more than a dozen other people, including a Thai national, wounded early yesterday when a hand grenade exploded in a tourist section of Malaysia's capital in what police suspect was related to a gangland turf battle.