Monthly Archives: September 2014

Experts: MH370 likely crashed further south

MH370 A group claiming to be independent experts said the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) should be searching further south in the Indian Ocean for missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. It said based on its extensive analysis, the aircraft is … Continue reading

Posted in MH370

Malaysia Agreement void after S’pore’s exit

Former Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) vice-chairperson Simon Sipaun believes that the Malaysia Agreement should have been abrogated following the separation of Singapore from Malaysia. This is because Singapore, being one of the five signatories, had ceased to be a party … Continue reading

Posted in Sabah, Sarawak

Sex blogger: Life without Alvin ‘more peaceful’, says Vivian

by tan yi liang PETALING JAYA: For Vivian Lee (pic), the ex-girlfriend of sex blogger Alvin Tan, life has been “actually more peaceful and serene” in the three months since the 26-year-old Tan jumped bail to seek asylum in the … Continue reading

Posted in Sex

Taibs get RM150m contract for museum about themselves!

Sarawak Report Fresh from his lavish ‘Birthday Celebration’ the vainglorious Governor and de facto Sarawak ruler, Taib Mahmud, has sanctioned the construction of a new museum, dedicated to himself. As the Borneo Post explained it:  “the museum will showcase the … Continue reading

Posted in Sarawak Report, Taib Mahmud aka The Termite

Dr M: Umno lacks guts to criticise its leaders

Umno needs to be reformed so that it can criticise its leaders more courageously, said former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad today. At present, the former Umno president claimed that the party’s culture is to support its leaders without question. “Yes, … Continue reading

Posted in Dr Mahathir Mohamad

Zul retracts posting on Syed Husin, apologises

Former Kulim Bandar Baru MP Zulkifli Noordin and Utusan Malaysia have agreed to pay an undisclosed amount in costs to former PKR deputy president, senator Syed Husin Ali. This follows the former Perkasa leader agreeing to retract his defamatory blog … Continue reading

Posted in Court case, PKR Updates

A short history lesson of the spat between Mahathir and Anwar

      Mariam Mokhtar OUTSPOKEN: We all know what Malaysian politicians say, but what do they mean? We are aware of the bitter rivalry between former PM Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and his former deputy, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Their public … Continue reading

Posted in Anwar Ibrahim, Dr Mahathir Mohamad

Sibu gangsters, in secret societies or ‘Pai Kia’, are still dangerous

    Jimmy Adit SARAWAK FOCUS: It’s time the authorities take proactive measures to keep the peace and security in Sibu and elsewhere in Sarawak. Those in denial mode should no longer offer excuses to not respond accordingly to the revelation … Continue reading

Posted in Crime, Sarawak

Why now’s the time to beat the sh*t out of Pakatan!

     Hazlan Zakaria COMMENT: I have been getting some flak, of late, for my Pakatan Rakyat-bashing ways, but to me that is precisely the point. For now is the perfect time for those who want to see a better Malaysia … Continue reading

Posted in Pakatan Rakyat

Love affair with cars equals rising road deaths

By Liew Chin Tong MP SPEAKS It seems that the government, banks, housing developers and the middle class are all in love with the automobile culture. The problem is, the ubiquitous existence of motorcycles and world’s highest per capita road … Continue reading

Posted in DAP Updates