He will meet those affected by the floods and discuss new measures to support those who have been displaced. -The Star/ANN
Malaysians question why he was playing golf with Obama in Hawaii and not at home to deal with the crisis. -AFP
Kelantan to receive $379,000 while Terengganu, Pahang and Perak to receive $37,868 from Selangor government to assist victims of the worsening floods. -The Star/ANN
The flash floods caused a traffic standstill at Jalan Pahang at midnight on Thursday as some parts of the road were submerged in water. -The Star/ANN
The Selangor government has cancelled all New Year entertainment programmes and celebrations as a mark of respect for the thousands of people affected by floods. -The Star/ANN
The Prime Minister has directed that efforts to send aid to flood victims be stepped up. -The Star/ANN
The victims, from 66 families, have mostly returned to their respective homes to clean up. -The Star/ANN
Extremely high levels of floodwater and bad weather have made relocating victims and the transport of food supplies by helicopters difficult. -Reuters
A male tiger that escaped its holding area at the Taiping Zoo and Night Safari has been caught some three hours after it ran out. -The Star/ANN
Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has assured Malaysians that he is in charge of the country's flood crisis while Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is away. -The Star/ANN