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Decision to maintain Plus was the best - Dr M
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad today defended the government's decision to maintain Plus Malaysia Berhad as a state asset.
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Sabah, Sarawak Chief Justice Wong retires next month, no word on successor yet
David Wong Dak Wah KUCHING: The beginning of the Legal Year for Sabah and Sarawak in 2020 will be the last for its Chief Justice Tan Sri Datuk Seri Panglima David Wong Dak Wah.
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Objections over original audit report
KUALA LUMPUR: The original 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) audit report findings were objected to by its chief executive officer (CEO) and a group of civil servants during a coordination meeting chaired in 2016 by Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa, the chief secretary to the government at the time.
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Govt to review allowance for KAFA teachers
NIBONG TEBAL, Jan 17 — The government will continue to focus on the welfare of Quran and Fardhu Ain (KAFA) class teachers including reviewing the allowance given to them, said Minister in the Prime ...
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Former Malaysian minister admits accepting S$655,000 cheque, but says for use by Umno
KUALA LUMPUR - A former Malaysian Cabinet minister admitted on Friday (Jan 17) in his corruption trial that he received a RM2 million (S$655,000) cheque from a businessman in 2016, but that the money ...
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RON97 price falls 9 sen, RON95 and diesel unchanged
KUALA LUMPUR: The retail price of RON97 petrol fell 9 sen to RM2.53 a litre while the prices of RON95 and diesel remained at RM2.08 and RM2.18 a litre effective midnight tonight until Jan 24.
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Work for nation, not individual's interest – Azmin on PM transition
Those pushing for the transition of power from Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to PKR president Anwar Ibrahim should work for the interests of the nation and not an individual, according to Azmin A...
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MRT 2 reaches 70% completion: Lim Guan Eng
PUTRAJAYA: Construction of the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project for the Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya (SSP) line, also known as the MRT 2, has reached 70% completion, says Finance Minister Lim Guan E...
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PBS to Warisan: Don't use the 'blame game' over PSS
BEAUFORT: Parti Warisan Sabah has been accused of using the "blame game" to convince people to accept the Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) instead of providing facts and proof.
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MCA, MIC seek to step into vernacular school suit
PETALING JAYA: MCA has filed an application to intervene in lawyer Mohd Khairul Azam Abdul Aziz’s legal suit to declare vernacular schools unconstitutional, says Datuk Chong Sin Woon.
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Habibah is the new Education DG
PETALING JAYA: Dr Habibah Abdul Rahim (pic) is the new Education director-general.
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Selangor records highest number of influenza cases among students
Influenza cases involving school children have continued to rise, with Selangor recording the highest number at 717.
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Health clinics at unsafe, unsuitable locations to close
IPOH: Health clinics found unsafe and unsuitable in terms of locations will be closed down, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye (pix).
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Illegal immigration a hot-button issue in crucial Sabah by-election
KIMANIS, Sabah: The issue of illegal immigrants has taken centre stage in the Kimanis by-election in the northern Borneo state, as voters head to the polls on Saturday (Jan 18).
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Female tapir found dead along Jalan Padang Tembak near Kluang
This is the third roadkill incident involving a tapir in the state for this month alone.
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Malaysia cops nab alleged rapist who found victims using smartphone app
KAJANG, Malaysia - Police have arrested a man who allegedly raped victims whom he befriended using a smartphone app.
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Immigration detains 36 foreigners including UNHCR cardholders
PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department of Malaysia arrested 36 foreigners including United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) cardholders during a raid on two premises in Kuala Lumpur yeste...
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Influenza cases among students continue to increase
KUALA LUMPUR: The number of influenza cases in several states have increased, with most involving schoolchildren.
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Local bodies to be scrutinised to check terror financing
PUTRAJAYA: Financial records of societies and organisations will be scrutinised for terrorism financing, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
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Free breakfast programme for B40 children will prevent wastage: PTAs
KUALA LUMPUR: Several Parents-Teacher Associations (PTAs) described the first phase of the free breakfast programme (PSP) to be implemented on Jan 20 will have a positive impact on students from low-i...
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Malaysia’s 5G a step closer to reality
Malaysia’s 5G journey began with the setting up of the National 5G Task Force in November 2018, comprising 114 members from service providers, academia, ministries and agencies.
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No change in firecracker rules, say Johor police
JOHOR BARU - Johor police have denied giving any approval or permit to allow the use of firecrackers.
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Video of alleged 'emergency lane' road bullies on North-South Expressway goes viral
PETALING JAYA - A video clip showing an alleged road-bullying incident on the North-South Expressway has gone viral on social media.
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Firecrackers can be bought only with police consent
The police are allowing limited sale of fireworks this festive season.
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SPF clarifies 'erroneous' assumptions about transfer of custody of Singaporean to Malaysian police
SINGAPORE: There are “widespread, erroneous assumptions” about a murder case in Penang which saw a Singaporean man being transferred into Malaysian police’s custody, the Singapore Police Force...
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Chief Judge: Sabah, Sarawak High Courts to use AI to propose punishments
KUCHING, Jan 17 — The High Court of Sabah and Sarawak will soon rely partly on artificial intelligence (AI) for sentencing, among their other forays into utilising technology for the judiciary.
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24-hour operation to prevent river pollution in Selangor, says state environment chief
SHAH ALAM, Jan 17 — The Selangor state government is conducting a 24-hour monitoring operation at river basin areas in the state starting today until January 31 in a bid to curb pollution.
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Woman killed, husband escaped with slight burns in house fire
JOHOR BARU: An elderly woman was killed, while her husband escaped with slight burns on his arm in a house fire in Jalan Kampung Belokok, near Pontian, early today.
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Plus toll charges to be lowered and frozen until 2058
Toll charges along highways under concessionaire Plus Malaysia Bhd will be 18 percent cheaper soon and will not be increased until 2058, the Prime Minister's Department said.
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Telenor in talks with Khazanah to buy stake in Axiata
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s sovereign fund and Telenor ASA have revived talks on a potential deal involving Axiata Group Bhd, people familiar with the matter said, just four months after the carriers s...
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Ukraine asks FBI to help probe suspected Russian hack of Burisma
Ukraine has asked the FBI in the United States for help investigating a suspected cyberattack by Russian military hackers on Burisma, an energy company caught up in the impeachment of US President Don...
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Saudi Arabia keen to work with Malaysia to counter Islamophobia
Saudi Arabia is keen to work with Malaysia to provide a true picture of Islam in its fight against Islamophobia, radicalism and global extremism, said Saudi Ambassador to Malaysia Mahmoud Hussien Saee...
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New media council gets down to business
PUTRAJAYA: The formation of the Malaysian Media Council (MMC) has received a major boost with the appointment of 17 representatives from the print, electronic and online media, local and foreign media, journalist associations and non-governmental organisations as members of its pro-tem committee.
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