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Mon, 18 Nov 2019, 2:46 PM
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Tanjung Piai by-election: PH’s defeat result of failure to fulfil election promises – Wong
Wong Ching Yong giving his speech during a deity’s birthday celebration at Da Wang Gong Temple at Sungai Menyan.
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Lawyer urges Perak MB to suspend Paul Yong from exco duties
Prominent lawyer Haniff Khatri Abdulla has called on the Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu to immediately suspend the embattled Paul Yong Choo Kiong from his position the state executive councill...
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Health Ministry requests 10,675 additional hospital staff
The Health Ministry has submitted a request to the government for additional posts of 10,675 involving government hospitals and clinics nationwide.
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Rubber tapper loses RM180,000 in Macau scam
KUANTAN: A rubber tapper lost RM184,999 after he fell victim to a “high ranking officer” from Bukit Aman.
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We need future-proof graduates with humanistic values — Maszlee
PARIS: The Ministry of Education is aiming to develop future-proof graduates that carry with them the right skills, abilities and humanistic values in order to adapt to rapidly changing technology.
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Skeletal remains found in Bandar Hilir
MELAKA: The skeletal remains believed to be those of a Kampung Portugis resident reported missing two weeks ago were found in a bush at Taman Kampung Atap in Bandar Hilir here yesterday.
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Nazri: Pakatan lost Tanjung Piai because of TARUC issue
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 18 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) lost the support of the Chinese in the Tanjung Piai by-election due to Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng’s refusal to give Tunku Abdul Rahman University Col...
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KLIA operating system disruption among highlights of Dewan Rakyat today
KUALA LUMPUR: The recent disruption of the operating system at the Kuala Lumpur Airport (KLIA) is expected to be a hot topic at the Dewan Rakyat sitting today.
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Kelantan police seize two firearms, more than 1.2kg of syabu
KOTA BARU: Kelantan police seized two firearms and 1.1793g of syabu in four separate raids in Kota Baru and Pasir Mas last Thursday, said Kelantan Deputy Police Chief SAC Abdullah Mohammad Piah.
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Trio claim trial to starting factory fire
SUNGAI PETANI: Three men have pleaded not guilty to committing mischief by fire at a factory here.
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Eight homes damaged in freak storm
ALOR SETAR: Eight houses were badly damaged by a mini tornado that hit Kampung Padang, Mukim Tajar near here.
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JBPM identifies six high risk drowning areas — DG
NILAI: The Fire and Rescue Department (JBPM) has identified six hot spots nationwide as high risk drowning areas this year, said its director-general Datuk Mohammad Hamdan Wahid.
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Growing presence of big powers challenging maritime landscape in South China Sea, says Mat Sabu
BANGKOK: The growing presence of big powers in South China Sea has contributed to a challenging maritime landscape which could immensely affect the region, said Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu yesterday...
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Maid steals RM125,000 in family jewels, then drops it
BUKIT MERTAJAM: An estimated RM125,000 in jewellery, stolen by an Indonesian domestic worker from a house in Bandar Perda, was later found in a bag behind the house yesterday.
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Govt to improve efforts to register disabled persons to assist them
PETALING JAYA: A more comprehensive database on disabled people is essential to ensure they get all the help they need from the government, according to Women, Family and Community Development Deputy ...
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Asean, China to have 2nd maritime exercise
BANGKOK: Asean and China have agreed to conduct another maritime exercise to promote peace in the region, following a similar one in October last year.
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Ahmad Zahid trial over 47 charges involving Yayasan Akalbudi funds to begin tomorrow
KUALA LUMPUR: The trial of former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pix) who is facing 47 charges involving millions of ringgit of Yayasan Akalbudi funds will commence tomorrow a...
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Police round up four Sungai Ruan CCRC inmates
KUANTAN: Four of the seven Sungai Ruan Cure and Care Rehabilitation Centre (CCRC) inmates in Raub, 216 km from here, were detained almost a day after escaping.
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Two killed in six-vehicle crash on PLUS highway
ALOR GAJAH: Two close friends were killed after a Myvi car they were in was crushed by a trailer lorry carrying chemical substance at Km204.5 North-South Expressway (PLUS) northbound at about 7.45pm l...
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Vehicle totally destroyed in fire, student suffers slight injury to eye
Bomba personnel putting out the fire occurred at Jalan Lapangan Terbang in Kuching this morning.
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Female collared elephant died from blood poisoning, organ failure
KOTA KINABALU: The female collared elephant ‘Girang’ which was found dead at 97B M3 MOPP (Melangking Oil-Palm Plantations) in Sukau at 5.50am on Saturday is suspected to have died of toxaemia (acu...
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State elections: Heightened fears for Sarawak PH after Tg Piai mauling
KUCHING: The state Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Chong Chieng Jen (pix) is concerned that what had happened in the Tanjung Piai by-election would be reflected in the coming state election due in 2021.
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Orang Asli income programme extended to five more settlements
In the next three months, five more Orang Asli settlements will benefit from the government’s programme to generate higher income for the community.
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Solving housemanship issue
IPOH: The Health Ministry is hoping that medical graduates will get their housemanship placement within six months by next year, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Filipinos nabbed for stealing mangrove tree bark
KOTA KINABALU: Two illegal foreigners were caught for trespassing and stealing mangrove tree bark at a forest reserve in Beluran.
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Govt hospitals short of optometrists, says minister
KUALA SELANGOR: The number of optometrists at government hospitals’ eye specialist clinics nationwide is 310 and is considered low, according to health minister Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Leases on industrial land will be renewed, says Penang CM
GEORGE TOWN: Investors were assured today of renewal of leases on state-owned industrial land in Penang, some of which are due to expire in 10-15 years.
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HK campus protesters fire arrows as unrest spreads across Kowloon
Hong Kong protesters shot bows and arrows and hurled petrol bombs from a barricaded university on Sunday and police fired volleys of tear gas and blue liquid from water cannon as unrest spread across ...
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NGOs urged to reach out to B40 group to realise National Community Policy
KUALA LUMPUR: Non-govenmental organisations (NGOs) have been urged to reach out to the lower-income or B40 group to give them more exposure to health and safety issues in an effort to realise the Nati...
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Zuraida does not see Tanjung Piai loss as referendum of PH
PETALING JAYA: PKR Wanita chief Zuraida Kamaruddin has dismissed any suggestion that the Tanjung Piai defeat was a referendum on Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) performance.
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Rabies: 140,103 dogs in Sarawak vaccinated, says Veterinary DG
SEREMBAN: The Veterinary Department has vaccinated 140,103 of the 205,000 dogs in Sarawak which have been checked since 2017 as part of the effort to curtail the spread of the disease rabies there, ac...
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Anwar has the power to do as he likes - Zuraida
If PKR president Anwar Ibrahim himself agrees with deputy president Azmin Ali not officiating the annual congress for the Youth wing, then that matter should be left at that, says vice-president Zurai...
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G25: IPCMC should be empowered to make own regulation instead of PM
KUALA LUMPUR: The Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) should be empowered to make its own regulation for the purpose of enforcement instead of the Prime Minister, says the G25 group of eminent Malays.
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Don’t overly press children on education – Raja Permaisuri Agong
Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah – Bernama file photo KUANTAN: Parents and teachers were told not to overly press their children over education as it is feared t...
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Drug activity under control in Pulau Gaya – CP
Omar (seated centre), Habibi (seated second left) and Chong (seated left) with the villagers from Pulau Gaya.
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