Malaysia's world number one Nicol David fought back from a game down to overcome compatriot Low Wee Wern and take the Asian Games women's squash gold on Tuesday. -AFP
It has not rained for some time in a number of regencies in the province, and incidents of fire are increasing. -The Jakarta Post/ANN
A 20-year-old hotel worker from Jalan Surau in Kandang here alleged an intruder had gained entry into her bedroom, probably through an open window of her house. -The Star/ANN
Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem said he would "personally" prefer the teaching of Science and Mathematics to be in English.
Johor was striving to forge better unity among the races and any advertisement that was discri­minatory was a step backwards. -The Star/ANN
Parents reacted with anger and frustration to news that Year Six pupils would have to also resit the UPSR Mathematics and Tamil papers on Oct 9.
The officers were charged in three Sessions Courts here under the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission Act and the Penal Code. - The Star/ANN
"Such allegations are total rubbish, as the department would not cover up (for) those who are invol­ved in crime,". -The Star/ANN
There have been fewer road deaths in the city, with the number of fatal accidents dropping by 11.38 per cent between January and August this year. -The Star/ANN
Azmin Ali will be sworn in as the new Selangor Mentri Besar. -The Star/ANN