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Tue, 28 Jan 2020, 9:30 AM
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Big hit on Sabah tourism
Winston (seated, right) with members from Matta and MCTA.
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Malaysians in China can keep tabs on disease via ERT alerts
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Embassy in Beijing has set up an Emergency Response Team (ERT) to monitor and provide reports on the latest development of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China.
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Five poachers held, shotgun seized
KOTA KINABALU: Five suspected poachers were arrested by authorities who also recovered a homemade shotgun along with a deer carcass at the Sukau Wildlife Sanctuary in Sabah’s east coast Kinabatangan area.
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PBS courts former Upko MP
KOTA KINABALU, Jan 27 — Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) is ready to accept former Putatan MP Datuk Marcus Mojigoh who left rival party United Pasokmomogun Kadazandusun Murut Organisation (Upko) yesterday.
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Malaysia hopes to do more business with India — Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim has expressed hope that there would be more business coming here from India and for Malaysian business to go to India.
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109,232 kids aged 5 and below given polio vaccination in Sabah
PETALING JAYA: A total of 109,232 children aged five and below were given the oral polio vaccination (OPV) in Sabah during the Supplementary Immunisation Activity (SIA) which began on Dec 27, 2019.
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CM: Sabah intensify efforts to reduce state debts
Shafie (left) giving ang pow to guests at the Sandakan Chinese New Year open house yesterday.
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Traders slowly taking to e-wallet
GEORGE TOWN: With RM30 in e-Tunai Rakyat in their e-wallets waiting to be spent, many here were eager to experience the convenience of buying stuff without having to count the cash and deal with small change.
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Bersatu top three hold their forts in division polls
PETALING JAYA: The top three leaders of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia look set to retain their respective posts of chairman, president and deputy president after they won their division polls uncontested, while incumbent vice-president Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman expressed fears over vote-buying at the party polls.
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Stern action against traders raising price of face masks
PUTRAJAYA: Stern action will be taken by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry against traders taking advantage of the novel coronavirus outbreak by indiscriminately increasing the price of face masks.
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Govt determined to drive digital economy growth
Lim said the e-Tunai Rakyat incentive was one of the steps taken to drive digital economy, where a total of RM450 million would be disbursed to an estimated 15 million eligible recipients via selected...
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Man dies of heart attack not coronavirus on tourist bus - police
CORONAVIRUS | Police say the death of a man on a tourist bus at the Sultan Abu Bakar Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex at Tanjung Kupang, near Gelang Patah on Sunday morning was due to...
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Ministry to focus on vaccination and ban on smoking
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry, in its commitment to safeguard the health and well-being of Malaysians, will focus on pneumococcal vaccination for children and the smoking ban at eateries this year.
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‘Malaysia has always been on high alert for major infectious disease outbreaks ‘
SEPANG: Malaysia has always been on high alert for major infectious disease outbreaks and is ready to respond to any public health emergency, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Malaysian diving team safe in China, will continue training
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s national diving squad currently undergoing training in China are well and are taking precautionary measures amid the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak.
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Kelantan tightens screening process at four major gateways
CORONAVIRUS | The Kelantan Health Department has tightened the process of early screening to detect suspected persons with symptoms of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). Its director Dr Zaini Hus...
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Two men killed during brawl in Machang
MACHANG:Two men, aged 39 and 40, were killed during a brawl involving two groups in front of a petrol station at Batu 31, Jalan Kuala Krai-Gua Musang here past midnight.
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Factcheck debunks claims coronavirus was created in a lab with vaccine available
KUALA LUMPUR: Claims by some netizens that the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was made in laboratories with its vaccine readily available, was not accurate, said Factcheck.org, a non-profit organi...
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40 kidnap attempts foiled since 2018
Hazani LAHAD DATU: Malaysia’s security forces have successfully foiled 40 kidnap attempts at the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) since 2018 until now.
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Republicans in Trump trial on the spot over Bolton book report
President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans in the US Senate came under fresh pressure on Monday to allow witnesses in his impeachment trial, while his defence team took aim at the Democrats' accusati...
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Malaysian man staying put in Wuhan
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian man who arrived in Wuhan on Jan 19 for the Chinese New Year reunion with his wife’s family spoke of being “trapped” at their home there.
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‘We have enough manpower’
JOHOR BARU: Johor has assured that it has enough manpower to handle all suspected cases of the novel coronavirus.
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Sarawak bans recruitment of China workers
MIRI: Sarawak has imposed an immediate ban on the recruitment of workers from China.
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Indonesian fined for smuggling rare birds
MIRI: An Indonesian woman has been fined RM115,600 for trying to smuggle rare songbirds into the Kalimantan province of Indonesia.
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Lee: MCMC should act sternly to stop fake news
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) should review Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 to effectively stop the spread of fake news online about calamities, says Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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Man falls on car from fifth floor of mall
TAWAU: A man is in a critical condition after he fell from the fifth floor of a shopping complex and landed on the roof of a vehicle with the driver inside during an incident at Jalan Kuhara here.
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PBS keeping its ‘doors open’ to defectors from Upko
KOTA KINABALU: Opposition Parti Bersatu Sabah is keeping its “doors open” to defectors from Upko, a ruling state coalition partner.
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‘Sufficient supply of face masks in Sibu for now’
SIBU: There is a sufficient supply of face masks here thus far, says Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) Sibu chief Kelyn Bolhassan.
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Face masks selling out in Perlis stores
KANGAR: Increased public awareness on the threat posed by the 2019 novel coronavirus has led to brisk sales of face masks here.
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Coronavirus: Johor satisfied with Health Ministry’s quick action
JOHOR BARU: The Johor state government is satisfied with the quick actions taken by the Ministry of Health (MOH) to curb the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus infection in the country.
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Cops, MCMC say stern action awaits those who spread fake news on coronavirus
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The police and the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) issued a warning Monday (Jan 27) that stern action will be taken against irresponsible parties who spread fake contents or news or rumours on the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).
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Sabah tourism players seek state govt’s help to face impending Chinese visitor slump
KOTA KINABALU, Jan 27 — Bracing for some tough times ahead with potentially zero tourists from China, the Sabah tourism industry is hoping that the state government will step in and help cushion the...
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Traffic flow slowing down on expressway with more people returning from CNY holiday
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 27 — Traffic flow is reported to be slowing down on several major expressways in the country as more people are making their return trip home after being away for the Chinese New Y...
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