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Brunei will enforce the first phase of its newly introduced Shariah Penal Code Order, which the country's religious affair minister said will be able...

As anti-government protest marches resumed in Bangkok on March 24, police have beefed up security measures in the Thai capital. Police stations throughout the...

The Philippines will have to downgrade its target to reduce poverty, officials warned March 18, a move which would leave an additional four million...

Despite the continued positive outlook by international rating agencies on the Philippine economy in 2014, two important developments, if left unchecked, could change their...

Saudi Arabia’s government has launched a new scheme to provide housing aid to its citizens, in the hope of ending a shortage of homes...

Indonesia is planning to launch the world’s largest single-payer health care insurance programme between now and 2019. Under the new system, the government is...

Rice traders on the world market have temporarily paused dealing to wait for the Thai government to sell its stockpile cheap to repay a...

The Malaysian government has spent $1.7 billion to build affordable homes for the people since the Eighth Malaysia Plan (from 2001), said Deputy Prime...

Thai politician Chuwit Kamolvisit, 53, who made his fortune with sleazy massage parlours all over Bangkok before he launched his own party, said in...

The Malaysian Statistics Department said that Malaysia's population is hitting 30 million "this week", and the population has more than tripled since the department...

With Singapore's new budget 2014/15, the so-called "sin" taxes on tobacco, alcohol and gambling are going up in the city state, with alcohol taking...

Tens of thousands of farmers, traveling on more than 1,000 farm tractors in a long convoy from the upper northern and central provinces, on...

After a period of party-like harmless street blockades, anti-government protesters in Bangkok have taken action again, and this time they are supported by thousands...

Long-overdue government subsidy payments to farmers under the rice-pledging scheme will begin next week, Thaialnd's caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on February 13,...

A fire which broke out at a rice warehouse in Chai Badan district of Lop Buri province in the morning of February 11 was...

Hundreds of Thai farmers have gathered in a protest in Bangkok over the past days to set a deadline for the government to pay...

Sales of high-end luxury cars in Singapore have dropped by up to 90 per cent depending on the brand, after measures to cool the...

Disgruntled Thai rice growers, who haven't been paid by the government for their crops since November 2013 - some even longer - under the...