• Amid support for Najib, Umno leaders starting to question, says former minister - The Malaysian Insider

    – The Malaysian Insider filepic, May 3, 2015.Umno division chiefs are beginning to realise that people are not happy with Datuk Seri Najib Razak, even as the party leaders continue to express their strong support for his leadership, former information minister Tan Sri Zainuddin Maidin said. He said that it was wrong to assume that Ummo division leaders were mere yes-men who "swallowed" the country's leaders' every word. "There are Umno division chiefs who realise that the support of the 'red shirts' to the top leadership can no longer represent the rakyat's support," wrote Zainuddin on his blog today.

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  • Unhappy Selangor PKR members bash party, president in Permatang Pauh - The Malaysian Insider

    – The Malaysian Insider pic, May 3, 2015.A group of disgruntled PKR members from Selangor have taken their grouses against their party to Permatang Pauh where Pakatan Rakyat is fighting to keep the parliamentary seat. The group called 'Suara Akar Umbi Keadilan' (Sauk) rejected their party president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail's candidacy, saying that she would not be capable of serving two seats in two states. Spokesman for the group, Mazli Saring, 47, said the members were unhappy with Dr Wan Azizah standing for election in Permatang Pauh when she had said in 2008 that she wanted to retire to care for her grandchildren.

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  • Is this little boy the reincarnation of Bruce Lee? (VIDEO)

    This Japanese child with an extraordinary knack for nunchuck can keep up with Bruce Lee’s classic martial arts films — move for move. In the clip, a five-year-old named Ryusei recreates one of the most famous moments in martial arts film history: The kung fu master’s nunchuck battle from “Game of Death”.

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  • Illegal Myvi race cause of deadly DUKE accident? - The Malaysian Insider

    Police are investigating claims that a fatal accident which killed a family of three at the Duta-Ulu Klang Expressway (DUKE), in Kuala Lumpur, early today, could have been caused by an illegal race involving six Myvi cars, Bernama reported. In the accident which happened about 1am, Fairuz Nizam Husain, 35, his wife Nova Safitri Azhari, 25, and their 7-month-old daughter, Nur Firuza Annisa were killed when their Pajero crashed with two Myvi cars.

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  • 'Debate GST or be called bankrupt', Mei Fun told

    UPDATED 7.28PM Penang exco issues challenge after DAP fingered for misleading public.

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  • Najib, Rosmah must explain source of wealth

    Vijay47: It is fully understandable that groups like Mubarak (Malaysian Council of Former Elected Representatives) excel in bending low like MP P Kamalanathan in their fervour to honour, defend and praise PM Najib Razak. They demand that the PM's personal lifestyle be not questioned. Mubarak president Abdul Aziz Rahman adds that Najib comes from a wealthy dynasty, hence justifying his opulent, rich and famous ways.

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  • Time to replace the A-G, says Utusan - The Malaysian Insider

    – The Malaysian Insider file pic, May 3, 2015.Umno mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia today said Putrajaya should seek a replacement for Attorney-General (A-G) Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail, citing his ailing health and long years in service. The paper's editors, writing under the pseudonym Awang Selamat, said although Gani's contribution in the past 12 years could not be denied, the time has come for him to step down. "Rumour has it that Gani is on leave due to health problems.

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  • Isn’t there a single honest man left in Umno?

    Someone must have gotten to former deputy higher education minister Saifuddin Abdullah. As former PM Dr Mahathir Mohamad has asked, if your wife is a murderer, do you still support her? As for moderation, ask yourself honestly whether Najib Abdul Razak and his government have been practising moderation. CQ Muar: If only Najib were free from those controversial accusations and alleged scandals, I would readily agree he would make a fine prime minister of this country.

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  • Paul Low, how much lower can we go?

    COMMENT All walls of decency and tolerance have been broken down.

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  • Hadi unsure who protested against PKR candidate in Permatang Pauh

    — Picture by Saw Siow FengKOTA KINABALU, May 3 — PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang admitted he did not know for sure who among its party members protested against Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) president Datin Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, who is Pakatan Rakyat’s candidate for the Permatang Pauh by-election. “The statement says we will work together (with our partners DAP and PKR) in Permatang Pauh.

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  • Rompin: Of giant prawns, sailfish and tourism - Nation | The Star Online

    ROMPIN: If you are in Rompin you are likely to come across restaurants or stalls promoting udang galah (giant river prawns). Whether it’s prepared masak lemak cili api, masak merah or with noodles, Rompin swear by this delicacy. Now that Rompin is in the spotlight because of a looming by-election, the demand for these crustaceans has increased several times fold. Udang galah seller Wan Rosdi Wan Zakaria claims that the Rompin prawns are in high demand because they are tastier.

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  • 10 things to look out for when buying property in Malaysia

    Malay Mail Online spoke to Knight Frank Malaysia managing director Sarkunan Subramaniam, real estate lawyer Chris Tan and senior real estate negotiator at Property Hub, Roy Teo and found out the top 10 factors to look out for when hunting for the right piece of property. A township with well-maintained landscape in Shah Alam.We are not just talking about the landscaping of the landed property or the compound the condominium sits on. It goes without saying that your property must be at least pleasant to look at and well kept.Knight Frank Malaysia managing director Sarkunan Subramaniam. Sarkunan said the area or neighbourhood where the property is located has to be taken into account as well.

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  • Americans too fast for Bolt to catch in relay - Athletics | The Star Online

    Mike Rodgers, Justin Gatlin and Tyson Gay powered the Americans to a five-meter advantage through three legs of the highly anticipated race and Ryan Bailey brought the team home in 37.38 seconds. Bolt, who had missed last year's inaugural World Relays, made up ground on Bailey in their anchor leg but could not close the gap as Jamaica, running their 2013 world championship team, finished second in 37.68.

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  • Don’t collect toll when there’s jam, says lawmaker - The Malaysian Insider

    Gopeng MP Dr Lee Boon Chye has urged the concessionaire of the North-South Expressway (PLUS), to provide better services or refrain from collecting toll from users when there is a traffic jam on the highway. Lee said this after he was caught in a traffic jam from Kuala Lumpur to Ipoh on Labour Day. “The 200km journey to Ipoh  usually takes two hours. Lee said PLUS had failed to take remedial measures such as opening additional traffic lanes and adding more counters at the toll plazas.

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  • Brave cop earns praises for heroism - Videos | The Star Online

    A young police officer’s bravery and quick thinking has earned him a "hero" status among Malaysians after he saved a man from a burning vehicle.

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  • Penang CM wants written guarantee of GST exemption on spending - The Malaysian Insider

    – The Malaysian Insider pic by Hasnoor Hussain, May 3, 2015.Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng today said he required a written assurance from a federal minister that the state government will not have to pay the goods and services tax (GST) on its expenditure. In standing by his statement that the state government was facing an estimated RM47.9 million in GST fees this year, Lim said he required a minister's written confirmation to support Penang Barisan Nasional chairman Teng Chang Yeow's claim that the payments were not necessary.

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  • GST effects beginning to be felt - Business News | The Star Online

    THE goods and services tax (GST) has seen its fair share of hiccups since its implementation on April 1, 2015, but the storm is far from over. The spokesperson added that while there is still a lot of public interest in their models, many are resisting making the decision to purchase them. In a recent report, the Retail Group Malaysia (RGM) says it expected Malaysian consumers to buy earlier in the year in anticipation of higher retail prices after April 2015.

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  • Mayweather Vs. Pacquiao: How Much Money Is At Stake?

    The numbers are staggering when you look at how much money will be made when Floyd Mayweather fights Manny Pacquiao in Vegas.

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  • So why do Singaporeans want to go to New Zealand?

    Singapore vs Malaysia. I nominate New Zealand. Because more and more people seem to be asking themselves: Singapore or New Zealand? New Zealand, of course, offers a lot more space (268,000km2 vs 700km2) and we have a bit more money (total GDP SG US$300 billion or RM1,078 billion, NZ US$230 billion, per capita SG $55,000 NZ $45,000).

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  • Distortions to make Najib look bad – Salleh Said Keruak - The Malaysian Insider

    Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said he has no problems with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak other than the fact that Malaysia is in debt. If Malaysia is…

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