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Fri, 6 Dec 2019, 8:30 AM
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All PH MPs have declared assets, says Liew
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Azmin defends Anwar, calls ex-PKR researcher’s claim mere gutter politics
AYER KEROH, Dec 5 — PKR deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali today defended his president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim over allegation of sexual misconduct by a former staff member, calling it gutter p...
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With Utusan closed, Umno turns to social media
UMNO AGM | The closure of Umno's mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia appeared to be a none issue for Umno, especially when it comes to media coverage of its ongoing general assembly.
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TAR UC’s trustees board unhappy despite new govt allocation
PETALING JAYA: The Tunku Abdul Rahman College (TARC) education foundation’s board of trustees is insisting that the federal government has not fulfilled its responsibility to the Tunku Abdul Rahman ...
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Tajuddin referred to Parliament's Rights and Privileges Committee over Chin Peng's ashes remark
KUALA LUMPUR: Pasir Salak MP Datuk Seri Tajuddin Abdul Rahman was referred to the Parliament's Rights and Privileges Committee for questioning if Chin Peng's ash was used as a Vibuthi by a Pakatan Harapan lawmaker.
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Hearing of rape case involving Perak Exco in Feb next year
IPOH: The sessions court here set Feb 10 to 14 next year to hear the case of Perak executive council (Exco) member Paul Yong Choo Kiong (pix) who is charged with raping an Indonesian maid.
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51 Chinese nationals charged with illegal gambling, online cheating
MELAKA: A total of 22 Chinese nationals were sentenced to a month’s jail and fined RM20,000 each, in default two months’ jail, by the magistrate’s court here today for turning and managing a res...
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Time to move on from Barisan Nasional to Muafakat Nasional, says Umno Youth chief
KUALA LUMPUR - Umno Youth says that it is time to leave Barisan Nasional behind and move forward to Muafakat Nasional.
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Singer Nassier Wahab dies
Nassier, 57, whose real name is Mohd Nasir Abd Wahab, breathed his last at 12.45 am.
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Najib: I only knew about $1.4 billion in my bank account after MACC took my statement
KUALA LUMPUR - Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak told the High Court that he found out some US$1.05 billion (S$1.4 billion) had been wired into his personal bank account between 2011 and 2...
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Eight AIDS related deaths recorded in Kajang Prison as of October
KUALA LUMPUR: Eight AIDS-related deaths have been recorded involving male inmates of Kajang Prison as of October this year, said its superintendent Shollehin Dahari.
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10 firemen in Malaysia carry obese man with breathing problems to ambulance
GEORGE TOWN - It took 10 firemen to carry an obese man from his home on the ninth floor of the Medan Angsana flats in Penang to an ambulance after he suffered breathing difficulties.
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Azmin opens PKR wings meeting with calls for unity
Just a day after a peace deal between two warring factions in Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), a video was played at its national congress last night, crediting deputy president Azmin Ali for the ruling P...
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People, elephants must learn to coexist – Shafie
Shafie KOTA KINABALU: Sabahans have the power to turn conflict into coexistence with wildlife, particularly the Borneon elephant, so that they don’t become extinct like the Sumatran rhino.
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Holy statues at St Anne's Church, BM, desecrated by black paint
Holy statues at the iconic St Anne's Church in Bukit Mertajam has been desecrated by black spray paint yesterday afternoon.
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Amanah chooses new leadership line-up tomorrow
Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) National Convention 2019, which begins tomorrow for three days, will become a platform for its members to decide the party's future direction via a new leadership line-up,...
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Police advise public to be careful outdoors during monsoon season
KOTA BARU: Police have advised the public, especially those in flooded areas to be careful while carrying out fishing activities, to avoid any unwanted incidents.
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8,800 APM members ready for second wave of flood in Kelantan, Terengganu
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Civil Defence Force (APM) is ready with 8,800 members to face the second round of floods in Kelantan and Terengganu until March next year.
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Advantageous for GPS if Sarawak state elections held next year, says political scientist
If the state election is held any time between now and June next year, GPS has the advantage but it is not undefeatable, says Prof Dr Jayum Empaling.
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Defence minister says govt will step up flood-prevention measures
PASIR MAS, Dec 5 — Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu today visited a flood relief centre in Kelantan and gave assurances to the evacuees on flood-mitigation measures.
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130 experts, scientists in Sabah to help conserve pygmy elephants
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is placing high hopes on a gathering of elephant experts to assist the state in the protection and conservation of its precious Bornean pygmy elephants.
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Majority of Malaysian smokers want sale of e-cigarettes legalised
KUALA LUMPUR: Majority of Malaysian smokers (69%) say that they want to see legislation that would allow for the distribution and sale of nicotine e-cigarettes so that they can have a viable alternati...
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Mexico thanks Johor Sultan for commuting death sentences of three brothers
JOHOR BARU: The Mexican government has expressed its appreciation and gratitude to Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar for commuting the death sentence of three of its citizens, all brothers, for drug trafficking crimes in 2018.
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Polygamists in Malaysia can pick more than one wife for 2 per cent EPF contribution
A husband can name more than one wife as the recipient of the 2 per cent Employees Provident Fund (EPF) contribution, says Deputy Finance Minister Amiruddin Hamzah.
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Malaysian man working in Singapore extorted into a life of misery
KUALA LUMPUR - A 27-year-old customer service worker was harassed by an "ah long" imposter who went to the extent of attempting to burn his house down.
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More Hong Kong folk buying property in Malaysia
GEORGE TOWN - Hong Kong house buyers are looking around in Penang.
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Parliament passes abolition of act on Malaysian Health Promotion Board 2006
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat yesterday passed the abolition of the Malaysian Health Promotion Board Act 2006 following the dissolution of the Act under which the Board was placed.
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Umno general assembly takes off as wings meet
KUALA LUMPUR: A packed day awaits delegates attending the assemblies of Umno's three wings on Thursday (Dec 5).
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Japan’s Blue Capital inks RM100 mln investment in Lahad Datu POIC
President and CEO of Blue Capital Management Co. Ltd, Hideo Harada (second, left) exchanging memorandum with President and COO of Blossom Bio Energy Sdn Bhd, Jeffrey Lu, witnessed by Chief Minister Da...
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