• Flare-up at Selayang wholesale market leaves one dead, two injured

    KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 11 — Silence has descended on the Selayang wholesale market over the past few weeks as shoppers enter in fear of Rohingya workers in a longstanding turf war with locals. There...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Scandals, weak ringgit spurring Malaysians abroad to cash out EPF funds

    When Joanne Koo first emigrated to Australia with her young family six years ago, she never planned on renouncing her citizenship as she was eager to hold on to her Malaysian ties, savings and investments. However, earlier this month, Koo and her husband made a trip to Kuala Lumpur to surrender their Malaysian passports for the sole purpose of...

    The Malaysian Insider
  • Liverpool owners bow to fans over ticket prices

    Liverpool's American owners bowed to pressure from the club's fans by backing down on plans to increase ticket prices significantly for next season following a mass walkout protest at their Anfield stadium on Saturday. Around 10,000 supporters headed for the exits during the club's 2-2 Premier League draw with Sunderland, in protest against proposals to introduce a highest-priced 77-pound ($112) ticket for next season. Principal Owner John W Henry, Chairman Tom Werner and President Mike Gordon issued a statement on the club's website on Wednesday, apologising for any distress that had been caused and saying those plans had been scrapped.

  • Land owner demolishes part of iconic Runnymede

    GEORGE TOWN, Feb 11 — Several vacant colonial heritage buildings by the seafront, collectively known as The Runnymede, were demolished by the land owner on Tuesday evening. According to local...

    The Malay Mail Online 56 mins ago
  • Miley Cyrus purchases home for her and Liam Hemsworth - report

    Rumours that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have rekindled their romance continue to build pace.

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  • Customers unhappy with Lunar New Year food price hike at eateries

    KUALA LUMPUR — Price hikes at restaurants and eateries during the Lunar New Year were to make up for increased wages and to stock up on supplies for the rest of the season. Malay Mail visited...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Sunderland's Johnson admits one count of sexual activity with child

    England international Adam Johnson pleaded guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child, but denied two other charges, when he appeared at Bradford Crown Court on Wednesday. The 28-year-old Sunderland winger, who has played 12 times for England, also admitted one count of grooming a girl under the age of 16, a court official said. Johnson, who began his career at Middlesbrough and also played for Manchester City, joined Sunderland for 10 million pounds in 2012 on a four-year contract.

  • Cisco CEO has bought 8 companies in 6 months and he’s still looking for more

    Cisco Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins Since Chuck Robbins … Continued The post Cisco CEO has bought 8 companies in 6 months and he’s still looking for more appeared first on Business Insider.

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  • US investigating Hollywood links to Najib’s financial scandals, says report

    The US Department of Justice (DoJ) is investigating the money flowing to and from Red Granite Pictures, the Hollywood production house owned by Riza Aziz, the stepson of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. According to entertainment portal Deadline.com, the investigation is part of the DoJ’s probe into possible wrongdoing by Najib and...

    The Malaysian Insider
  • Senior citizen murdered a day after celebrating CNY with kids

    KLANG, Feb 10 — An 87-year-old man was found murdered today at his home here in Taman Sentosa, just a day after having a Chinese New Year dinner with six of his children. Ong Chock Meng, was...

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Barca set unbeaten record to see off Neville's Valencia

    An under-strength Barcelona set a new club record of 29 games unbeaten to progress to the Copa del Rey final with a 1-1 draw at Gary Neville's Valencia on Wednesday for an 8-1 aggregate win. Barca's place in a fifth final in six years was assured after a 7-0 first-leg rout last week and without their star attacking trio Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar the under-fire Neville looked set to be handed some relief by Alvaro Negredo's first-half opener.

    AFP News
  • 2016 Q3 SUV delivers affordable turbocharged Audi prestige

    With a turbo-charged engine and a price tag that starts at under $35,000, the 2016 Q3 SUV delivers a fun and nimble ride along with Audi prestige. The smallest of Audi's three SUVs, the Q3 received some ...

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  • Japan camera makers battle smartphone onslaught

    Highschooler Nao Noguchi is a perfect illustration of why Japanese camera sales have plunged the past few years -- she uses her smartphone for everything and cannot understand why anyone would bother with a separate device for photos. "It is easy to take your smartphone out of your pocket if you want to take a picture of someone or something. The selfie-stick toting pair are the camera industry's worst nightmare.

    AFP News
  • S. Korean firms begin pull-out from industrial park in North

    South Korean companies prepared Thursday to begin pulling out of a jointly-run industrial zone in North Korea after Seoul shut it down to punish Kim Jong-Un's regime for its recent nuclear test and rocket launch. Wednesday's announcement to close the Kaesong complex took many by surprise, given that South Korea had always allowed it to remain open despite serious provocations in the past. Defending what it called an "unavoidable" decision, the South said North Korea had been using the hundreds of millions of dollars in hard-currency cash that it earned from Kaesong to fund its nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programmes.

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  • Pope faces Mexicans worshipping skeletal 'Death Saint'

    Two weeks after baptizing her at a Catholic church, baby Adriana's parents put her in a white gown again for a second sacrament: This time, with Mexico's skeletal "Death Saint." As they held the sleepy three-month-old child, a priestess sprinkled holy water infused with rose petals on her in front of 300 people under a 22-meter (72-foot) statue of the Grim Reaper-like "Santa Muerte" in a Mexico City suburb. When Pope Francis arrives in Mexico for a five-day visit on Friday, he will find a country where devotion to Santa Muerte is growing fast despite the Vatican's rejection of the figure as blasphemous. Every Sunday, a big crowd comes to Enriqueta Vargas' outdoor temple in Tultitlan to pray in front of the black fiber-glass statue, which was erected in 2007 in a lot and can be seen from a busy boulevard.

    AFP News
  • 7 Tips for a Successful Real Estate Flipping Business

    Article by: Lamudi Real estate flipping or house flipping does not involve literally flipping houses as one would do with a pancake or an omelet, nor does it involve a pan. This flipping involves the purchase of a property for the purpose of selling it for profit. Well, for all intents and purposes, it’s easier […] The post 7 Tips for a Successful Real Estate Flipping Business appeared first on MoneyMax.ph.

  • Rebel Wilson: 'I did not lie about my name and age'

    Rebel Wilson is adamant she hasn't mislead people about her name or age.

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  • What Caused This Weird Crack to Appear in Michigan?

    A strange and sudden buckling of the earth in Michigan five years ago is now being explained as a limestone bulge, researchers reported today (Feb. 9). The upheaved rock and soil was discovered after a deep boom thundered through the forest near Birch Creek on Michigan's Upper Peninsula, north of Menominee.

  • I pray she embraces Islam, ex-husband’s wish for S. Deepa

    As S. Deepa pined over losing custody of her eight-year old son, her former husband Izwan Abdullah hoped that she would embrace Islam like the rest of her family. He told reporters, after being granted custody of his son at the Federal Court today, that Deepa was the only remaining Hindu while the rest of her family members had converted to...

    The Malaysian Insider
  • 'Uncertainty' over China's yuan fuels market turmoil: Yellen

    US Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Wednesday that China's unclear policy over its yuan currency was stoking turbulence in global markets and exacerbating global economic growth concerns. The yuan's recent declines "have intensified uncertainty about China's exchange rate policy and the prospects for its economy," she said in testimony to Congress. "This uncertainty led to increased volatility in global financial markets and, against the background of persistent weakness abroad, exacerbated concerns about the outlook for global growth." Although she expressed confidence that China's economy was not facing an abrupt stall, the US central bank chief said the overall uncertainty emanating from the world's second-largest economy was behind some of the steep falls in global commodities prices, in turn stressing the economies of exporters.

    AFP News