It is one of the largest newspapers in Malaysia in terms of circulation.
Leading Malay-language newspaper in Malaysia.
Malay language newspaper in Malaysia and was founded in 1939.
It is one of Malaysia's daily Chinese-language newspapers.
Daily Malay-language newspaper.
English-language newspaper founded in 1845. New Straits Times is the oldest newspaper still in publication.
Malaysian Chinese-language newspaper.
Malay-language daily newspaper published in Malaysia. The newspaper owned by the Utusan Melayu (Malaysia) Berhad.
Malaysian tabloid published daily from Balai Berita 31, Jalan Riong.
Malaysia's daily Chinese-language newspaper, headquarters in Penang, Malaysia.
Malay language daily newspaper published in Shah Alam.
Malaysian business daily.
English language daily newspaper on the island of Borneo founded in 1978.
Free daily newspaper headquarters in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. The newspaper was founded in 1993.
Newspaper published in Malay & English.
Malaysian trilingual (English, Bahasa Malaysia and Kadazan) newspaper, is a sister paper of Overseas Chinese Daily News (OCDN). In 1963, the newspaper was founded by late Tan Sri Yeh Pao Tzu.
- The Star
- See Hua Daily News
- We Are United
- Edge (business newspaper)
- Malaysian Reserve
- Focus Malaysia
- International Times
- New Sabah Times
English-language newspaper published in Sabah, Malaysia. The newspaper was founded in 1949 by Mohd Fuad Stephens and the New Sabah Times was established 1998 by Inna Kinabalu Sdn. Bhd.
- Overseas Chinese Daily News (华侨日报)