Kate Mayberry

Kate Mayberry

Kate Mayberry is an award-winning journalist and researcher, working across print, television, and online media. She has lived in Southeast Asia for more than two decades and was until 2014 a Senior Field Producer with Al Jazeera English in Kuala Lumpur. Follow her on Twitter: @kate_mayberry.

Malaysia

China signals Belt and Road shift with Malaysia rail project

Major rail project expected to resume next month after the Malaysian government secured a one-third reduction in cost.

China signals Belt and Road shift with Malaysia rail project

Malaysia

Malaysia police likely behind religion-linked abductions: Inquiry

The Christian pastor and Shia Muslim, who were kidnapped by masked men more than two years ago, are yet to be found.

Malaysia police likely behind religion-linked abductions: Inquiry

Malaysia

Malaysia's Najib Razak pleads not guilty at start of 1MDB trial

Ex-Prime Minister Najib on trial in first of a series of prosecutions related to alleged theft of billions of dollars.

Malaysia's Najib Razak pleads not guilty at start of 1MDB trial

Malaysia

Vietnamese suspect in Kim Jong Nam murder handed prison term

Huong sentenced to three years and four months in prison but will be released in May for good behaviour, lawyer says.

Vietnamese suspect in Kim Jong Nam murder handed prison term

Thailand

Smile and wiggle: Thai PM Prayuth tries to charm his way to a win

But a victory that was once expected to be a walk in the park for the general now does not seem so certain.

Smile and wiggle: Thai PM Prayuth tries to charm his way to a win

Thailand

Thailand elections: Military-backed party takes lead

Thailand's election commission says it will announce full results of long-delayed polls on Monday.

Thailand elections: Military-backed party takes lead

Thailand

Thailand parties manoeuvre for position amid election confusion

Main political parties claim election victory as electoral commission delays announcing winner of Sunday's poll.

Thailand parties manoeuvre for position amid election confusion

Thailand

Thailand goes to polls as coup leader eyes return to power

Thais cast ballots in a long-delayed vote that could see Prayuth Chan-ocha return to power as a civilian prime minister.

Thailand goes to polls as coup leader eyes return to power

Thailand

Parties hold final rallies as Thailand prepares to vote

Before Sunday's elections, enthusiastic supporters cheer Future Forward party leader as campaigning draws to a close.

Parties hold final rallies as Thailand prepares to vote

Thailand

'Gagged' Thai media fights for a voice as elections loom

Restrictive laws have hobbled Thai media since General Prayuth Chan-ocha took control of the government in 2014.

'Gagged' Thai media fights for a voice as elections loom

Thailand

Democrats eye 150 seats in Thailand's first vote in 5 years

Abhisit Vejjajiva told Al Jazeera his party, the country's oldest, wants to move beyond the conflicts of the past.

Democrats eye 150 seats in Thailand's first vote in 5 years

Thailand

Thailand's neglected northeast hopes for election 'miracle'

In the 'red shirt' heartland, voters say odds may be against democratic forces but they won't give up without a fight.

Thailand's neglected northeast hopes for election 'miracle'