Johor elections to restore stability, Hasni says
Menteri besar says state government seeking fresh mandate with clear majority to govern.
Environmental groups ask king to intervene in deforestation
Activists want government to take climate change seriously, overhaul Forestry Act.
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NUTP hopes no hidden conditions in allowing teachers to engage in politics
Union president welcomes move, but wants directives to be clear and easily understood.
51 out of 984 Aefi booster shot reports serious, health DG says
Noor Hisham says current trend similar to that reported by other nations.
Umno, PAS part ways in Kelantan
Jazlan Yaakub says parties couldn’t agree on Muafakat Nasional co-operation.
Umno ‘court cluster’ may force more snap polls, says Wan Saiful
Bersatu info chief says this group is trying to bolster its position in the party while distracting public attention from their trials.
PAS to hold talks with Umno, Bersatu on Johor polls
Takiyuddin says the outcome will determine whether it will contest in partnership with them.
Green turtle carcass found on Pulau Kapas
Fisheries Department says this is the 10th death this month, while activist calls for investigation.
Pakatan, Muda discuss Johor elections
Aminolhuda Hassan says voters can judge coalition on its 22 months in charge previously.
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National interests must come first in settling BAM-Zii Jia dispute, says minister
Ahmad Faizal urges all quarters to avoid blaming anyone for the problem.
Johor ruler consents to dissolution of state assembly
Campaigning begins in state where BN-Perikatan holds slender one-seat majority.
Malaysia ready if Singapore agrees to vaccinated travel lane quota increase, says Wee
Transport minister says the government understands the needs of travellers.
Citizenship granted as long as documents are in order, Hamzah says
Home minister says everyone must abide by the rules to avoid problems further down the line.
Hamzah says no more migrant worker special quotas
Home minister says regulations have been tightened, subject to scrutiny by a centralised committee.