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Despite calls for ceasefire, PKR delegates train guns on Azmin and ‘cartel’
PKR AGM | In the first half of debates at the PKR congress this morning, several delegates aimed their criticism at deputy president Mohamed Azmin Ali and “traitors” within the party.
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Assembly in stitches as delegate speaks Chinese
UMNO AGM | Delegates and observers at the Umno general assembly were in stitches this morning when a party member suddenly spoke in Chinese during his debate on policy speech.
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Ministry of Utilities: Sarawak will not increase water tariffs, contrary to media reports
As far as Sarawak is concerned, water is a state matter and Sarawak has its own Water Ordinance and Water Supply Regulations to regulate the water supply authorities in Sarawak.
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PKR Youth brawl due to me being too 'conciliatory and forgiving', says Anwar
PKR AGM | PKR president Anwar Ibrahim said the fracas at the PKR Youth Congress yesterday was a result of him having been too "conciliatory and forgiving" in the past.
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MACC Sarawak not privy to names of MPs yet to declare assets
SERIAN: The Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) Sarawak does not know the names of the state MPs who have not declared their assets to Parliament.
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Police kill three armed men
KOTA KINABALU: Three armed men believed to be involved in drug trafficking and assembling homemade guns were shot dead by police in the Kinabatangan district on Thursday.
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Najib’s stepson wants money laundering rap to be reappraised
KUALA LUMPUR: Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz, who is the stepson of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, has filed a representation to the Attorney General’s Chambers for a review of the money laundering charges, involving US$248mil (RM1.25bil) which was allegedly misappropriated from 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), against him.
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Killer croc shot dead in Malaysia, human remains found in stomach
A crocodile measuring 4.2m long was shot dead in a river running through a plantation in Ulu Suai district, northern Sarawak.
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Mat Sabu stays as Amanah president, Salahuddin as deputy
SHAH ALAM: Mohamad Sabu, or fondly known as Mat Sabu, has retained his position as Amanah president for a second term from 2019 to 2022.
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Queen takes KLIA express train, winning people’s hearts
KUALA LUMPUR: Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah has captured the people’s hearts when she took a KLIA express train from KL Sentral to KL International Airport to catch a flight.
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Kedah accepts MACC’s offer to place officer at MB’s office
BUKIT KAYU HITAM: Kedah is the first state to accept the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Com­mission’s (MACC) proposal to place its senior officer in the Mentri Besar’s office in an effort to uphold integrity.
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RON 97 down 2 sen, RON 95 and diesel unchanged
KUALA LUMPUR: The retail price of RON97 will go down by two sen to RM2.64 per litre while the retail prices of RON95 and diesel unchanged at RM2.08 and RM2.18 per litre, respectively effective from mi...
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Floods hit eight villages and airport in north Sarawak
MIRI: Eight villages in the Lawas district, northern Sarawak, are submerged in floods up to two metres deep, with mass evacuations being carried out.
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Outriders helped to clear the path for ambulance, says Khalid's office
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The office of Federal Territories Minister has denied the minister's convoy blocked an ambulance responding to an emergency at Jalan Istana here last Wednesday, as shown in a video clip that went viral on social media.
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MCA, MIC differ on Muakafat Nasional proposal
KUALA LUMPUR: Two leaders of Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties have differing views on the proposal to institutionalise Muafakat Nasional, the Umno-PAS consensus.
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‘Responsibility does not fall squarely on government’s shoulders’
KUANTAN: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah has appealed to the people to help flood victims, saying the responsibility does not rest with only the government departments.
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PBS open-minded about Kimanis seat
KOTA KINABALU: Opposition Parti Bersatu Sabah is keeping an open mind ahead of the impending Kimanis by-election amid calls by Umno for fellow Opposition parties to give way to its candidate.
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Contractor loses RM40,000 at knifepoint
ISKANDAR PUTERI: A contractor was robbed of more than RM40,000 at knifepoint in broad daylight after he withdrew the money from a bank.
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Key witness sought in kidnapping case
ISKANDAR PUTERI: A contractor was robbed of more than RM40,000 at knifepoint in broad daylight after he withdrew the money from a bank.
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‘PH a victim of its own success’
SHAH ALAM: Pakatan Harapan may be a “victim of its own success” but this shows the strength of the ruling coalition in daring to stand up to its critics, says the Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) president Mohamad Sabu.
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MoH warns against misleading advertisement of food products
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has warned against advertising of food products that do not comply with the Food Act 1983.
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Sarawak to build first state-owned international secondary school
KUCHING: The first state-owned international secondary school in Sarawak is expected to be operational by 2021.
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Sarawak minister to meet Maszlee over GPS leaders attending school functions
KUCHING: Sarawak Education, Science and Technological Research Minister Michael Manyin hopes to meet Education Minister Maszlee Malik next week to review conditions imposed on Gabungan Parti Sarawak (...
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Cops looking for suspects after three Indonesian men die in fight in Tampin
TAMPIN, Dec 6 — Three Indonesian men were killed in a fight at a ‘kongsi’ house at Ladang Chin Fatt, Gedok in Gemencheh, at 12.05am, about 20km from here, this morning.
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3 Malaysians killed in New Zealand crash
KUALA LUMPUR: Three Malaysians were killed while two others were injured in a road accident in Kaikōura, New Zealand, yesterday.
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Highlights of Najib’s defence in SRC trial on Dec 3 & 4
KUALA LUMPUR: Last Dec 3, for the first in the country’s history, a former prime minister took the stand to answer charges against him in a court of law.
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52 nations confirm taking part in Kuala Lumpur Summit
KUALA LUMPUR: Fifty-two countries have confirmed their participation in the 2019 Kuala Lumpur Summit to seek solutions to problems afflecting the Muslim world.
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Don't be a 'pondan' and form backdoor govt, Umno youth warns party leaders
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 7 — Umno leaders should not engage in talks or efforts to form a backdoor government, a youth delegate said today at the party's annual general meeting here.
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Islamic finance set to be greater contributor to planet, people, prosperity: Sultan Nazrin
KUALA LUMPUR: Planet, people and prosperity – or the Three Ps – are the new frontier of Islamic finance in bringing greater value to the economy, society and the environment, says the Sultan of Pe...
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Floods ease up but second wave expected in Terengganu
KOTA BARU: The flood situation in Kelantan has improved slightly, but the Dungun and Kemaman districts in Terengganu are bracing for the second wave of floods due to heavy rainfall expected to occur t...
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Malaysians involved in fatal New Zealand car crash, Wisma Putra confirms
PETALING JAYA: Wisma Putra has confirmed that a number of Malaysian tourists were involved in a fatal car crash north of Kaikoura, New Zealand.
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Creative minds showcase crafts, art at ‘Sitok Kuching’ event this weekend
Abdul Karim (left) visits one of the stalls set up at ‘Sitok Kuching’ while accompanied by Hii (right).
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Almost 70% of traders have agreed to move from Uptown Danau Kota to Wangsa Maju Bazaria
KUALA LUMPUR: A majority of the traders operating at the popular Danau Kota Uptown night bazaar have agreed to move to Wangsa Maju Bazaria.
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Khalid Samad polls highest votes in Amanah election
SHAH ALAM: Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad (pix) polled the highest votes in the election for 27 committee members of the National Leadership Committee of Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) ...
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Two detained to help investigation on chaos at PKR Youth Congress
MALACCA: Two men were detained to assist investigations on the chaos that occurred at the 2019 PKR Youth National Congress, at the Malacca International Trade Centre (MITC), yesterday.
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Teacher translated 'Negaraku' so students could understand it better, says Negri exco member
SEREMBAN: A teacher at a vernacular school here translated the national anthem Negaraku into Mandarin to allow her Standard 5 pupils to have a better understanding of the national anthem, says Negri Sembilan education, entrepreneurship, investments and industrialisation committee chairman Dr Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek.
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