Nabihah Hamid

Nabihah is a journalist with The Malaysian Insight. You can follow her on Twitter.

E-mail: nabihah@themalaysianinsight.com


5 days ago

[WATCH] ‘Komen Sikit YB’ with Jalaluddin Alias

IN this episode of “Komen Sikit YB”, we learn that Jelebu MP Jalaluddin Alias is a serious and principled man. — January...

6 days ago

[WATCH] ‘Komen Sikit YB’ with Hannah Yeoh

IN another life, Segambut MP Hannah Yeoh would’ve been a newscaster. — January 15, 2020.

1 week ago

[WATCH] ‘Komen Sikit YB’ with Mahfuz Omar

POKOK Sena MP Mahfuz Omar reveals to us that politicians face a lot of stress. — January 9, 2020.

2 weeks ago

Korean culture’s enduring appeal in Malaysia

Interest in its offerings has gone beyond K-pop to include cuisine and fashion.

Korean culture’s enduring appeal in Malaysia

2 weeks ago

[WATCH] 'Komen Sikit YB': Parliamentarians share their hopes for 2020

In this episode of ‘Komen Sikit YB’, our parliamentarians share their hopes for the year 2020. They hope for...



3 weeks ago

DBKL mulls Taman Tasik Titiwangsa entry fee to stop vandals

Operator discovers soiled nappies, trampled plants and unlicensed bicycle-for-rent operator hours after reopening of public park.

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DBKL mulls Taman Tasik Titiwangsa entry fee to stop vandals

3 weeks ago

Senator, artistes propose tax exemption for royalty income

Taxes causing hardship for dependents of deceased artistes.

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Senator, artistes propose tax exemption for royalty income

3 weeks ago

Lyricist Loloq’s widow forced to sell home to pay royalty tax

Hariah Yaacob asks why IRB only chasing family nearly 10 years after he died.

Lyricist Loloq’s widow forced to sell home to pay royalty tax

1 month ago

Deregulating medical fees better in long run

Feedback from medical practitioners also largely positive as more than 500 clinics have shuttered because of high operating costs. 

Deregulating medical fees better in long run

1 month ago

Kuala Lumpur book fair stays at PWTC

Organiser confirms event won’t be held in Serdang next year; book lovers and publishers laud decision.

Kuala Lumpur book fair stays at PWTC

1 month ago

Already burdened with high prices, working class folk dread 2020

Many would have the government dispense less aid and keep ceiling on petrol price.

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Already burdened with high prices, working class folk dread 2020

1 month ago

Driving Grab, baking, eating less to afford school supplies

Parents, struggling with rising prices, say govt must do more to rein in cost and help B40 folk.

Driving Grab, baking, eating less to afford school supplies

1 month ago

[WATCH] Deregulating private medical fees better in the long-run

THE move is aimed at ensuring health practitioners improve their standards of service, by allowing market forces to regu...

1 month ago

A stale, old script, PKR grassroots say of latest sexual misconduct claims against Anwar

Members say the timing is too coincidental and it is suspicious that the accuser only lodged a police report after a year.

A stale, old script, PKR grassroots say of latest sexual misconduct claims against Anwar

1 month ago

We’d object to unlawful sacking even if it wasn’t a friend, PKR leaders say

Party sources say opposition prompted by injustice, not friendship.

We’d object to unlawful sacking even if it wasn’t a friend, PKR leaders say