Groups condemn police questioning over reporter’s flood report
The report alleges a disconnect between Nadma and the military.
Murder of mum and baby: Suspect to go for mental health check
JOHOR BARU: Police will refer the man who allegedly murdered his wife and baby son on Monday (July 4) for mental evaluation. Read more >>
Prdm? How disappointing?
Bukit Aman to question FMT journalist over report on Armed Forces’ response to Selangor floods | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 4 — Bukit Aman has summoned a reporter from news site Free Malaysia Today (FMT) to give his statement on a story he wrote about the Klang Valley flood emergency that occurred in December. According to Gerakan Media Merdeka (Geramm), a police report was lodged by the National... Nadma lodges a police report? People of Sri Muda and all other flood affected areas that was made worse by the lack of any cohesive plan from Nadma - please lodge your reports now, because I am sure any competent lawyer can make a case for criminal negligence. Reminds me of the yellow balloon investigation years ago. Stand your ground.
Woman makes false claims to get flood relief aidKUANTAN: A woman was found to have made a false claim to get flood relief aid from non-governmental organisations and volunteers in Mentakab, Temerloh...
Malaysia floods: Focus your energy on relief efforts rather than threatening reporters, Muda tells authorities | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, January 4 – The Malaysia United Democratic Alliance (Muda) has called upon the authorities not to investigate Free Malaysia Today (FMT) reporter Sean Augustin for his article on the flooding in Selangor. In a statement, Muda said the media should be allowed to write without...
Floods: Group raises RM20,000 for Orang Asli village in needKUALA LUMPUR: A group of good Samaritans raised over RM20,000 in aid for an Orang Asli village which was hit by the floods at Pulau Indah. I think Michael Chong is the face of MCA. He got so much coverage way back when Malay Mail was still in print. Haha.
Covid-19: One new case detected among flood victims on Monday (Jan 3), bringing total to 461PUTRAJAYA: One Covid-19 case was reported among flood victims, bringing the number of cases to 461, says Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
Floods: Govt plans to increase flood sirens with public announcements, says PM | Malay MailKUALA LUMPUR, Jan 3 — The government plans to increase siren stations that are also equipped with public announcements at flood-prone areas to warn residents and also to instruct them to evacuate. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob in a statement today said this was part of the... Stop all this nonsense and address the real issue climate change mainly due carbon, overdevelopment and logging....all this will only enrich cronies ....and will be of no use if TNB cuts off the electricity Sirens pun tak cukup.