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Thu, 4 Jun 2020, 8:27 AM
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Coronavirus: Malaysia's Cabinet to discuss next steps to ease curbs on Saturday
PUTRAJAYA • Malaysia's government will discuss standard operating procedures (SOP) for several businesses and social activities this weekend, indicating that these activities could be allowed to res...
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SOPs being fine tuned to reopen barber shops, recreational parks in Sarawak
KUCHING: The Sarawak State Disaster Management Committee (JPBNS) will fine-tune the standard operating procedures (SOP) for the reopening of recreational parks, barber shops, fitness centres or gyms a...
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Tengku Zafrul meets Education Minister on Economic Recovery Plan
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Abdul Aziz today met Senior Minister and Education Minister Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin to discuss education issues for the upcoming Short-Term Econo...
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Guidelines for reopening schools to be distributed tomorrow - Mohd Radzi
KAJANG: The school reopening management guidelines will be distributed tomorrow (June 4) to allow schools and teachers to make appropriate preparations, said Education Minister Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin.
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Malaysian durian traders turn to online sales
GEORGE TOWN • Malaysia's Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority has anticipated a lower-than-normal durian yield this season, at below 300,000 metric tonnes, due to frequent rainfall and a lack of...
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High Court sets Aug 6 to hear judicial review application on LTTE
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court yesterday fixed Aug 6 to hear the judicial review application filed by taxi driver V Balamurugan to delist LTTE from being gazetted as a terrorist group.
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Traffic policeman remanded five days over bribery case
KOTA BARU: The Magistrate’s Court here ordered a traffic police corporal to be remanded for five days beginning today to facilitate investigation into a case of soliciting and receiving RM1,000 brib...
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'Puding buih' food poisoning victim dies
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): A victim of the puding buih food poisoning incident in Terengganu has died at the Sultanah Nur Zahirah Hospital (HSNZ), says state Health director Dr Nor Azimi Yunus.
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Malaysian beauty queen sorry over racist remarks on US protests
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - A Malaysian beauty queen has apologised after her comments that black people should "relax" in response to raging US protests against police racism sparked an online outcry, inclu...
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Fire Dept reminds shopping malls to ensure emergency exits remain accessible during CMCO
KUALA LUMPUR, June 4 — On May 4, shopping malls which had been largely empty and quiet for the last 47 days slowly came alive after the government announced that restaurants and other retail outlets...
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Five caught abusing drugs at Kota Padawan shoplot
A combination photo shows the drugs and the suspects being rounded up by police.
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Covid-19: Foreign missions thank govt for action, treatment for immigration detainees
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Missions whose citizens have been affected in Covid-19 infection clusters at three immigration detention depots here are grateful to the Malaysian government for their prompt act...
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Socso: Job losses in Malaysia increased by 42pc in Q1 due to Covid-19
KUALA LUMPUR, June 3 — Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, job losses in the country has increased by 42 per cent year-on-year for this first quarter (Q1 2020), according to the Social Security Organisati...
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Malaysia still short of psychologists to provide counselling: Noor Hisham
PUTRAJAYA: There is still insufficient number of psychologists to provide counselling in the country, as the counsellor-to-individual ratio is 1: 52,000 when the normal ratio is 1: 500.
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Good job letting professionals handle Covid-19: Tun M
KUALA LUMPUR: The current government has done a good job for letting professionals spearhead and handle the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic health crisis, said former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathi...
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MOH confident implementation of school guidelines can curb Covid-19
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Health (MOH) is confident that the implementation of the School Reopening Management Guidelines is able to contain the spread of Covid-19 infection if social distancing is c...
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109,617 SPM school leavers get further studies offer for 2020/2021 sessions
PUTRAJAYA: A total of 109,617 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2019 school leavers have been offered places at public universities (UA), Institute of Teacher Education (IPG), matriculation colleges (KM)...
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Kuala Langat semi-enhanced MCO largest set up so far, says district officer
KUALA LANGAT: The semi-enhanced movement control order (MCO) in Kuala Langat is the largest that has been set up so far.
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Kedah govt will follow Federal Govt’s lead on sale of alcohol
ALOR STAR: The Kedah government will follow the Federal Government’s lead on issues related to the sale of alcholic drinks, said Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor He said the Federal Government ...
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SRC trial: Najib genuinely believed RM42mil were donations from Saudi royals, court hears
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court heard that former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak truly believed that the money he received in his accounts were donations from Saudi royals.
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All children’s nurseries in Terengganu to operate from Tuesday
KUALA TERENGGANU, June 3 — The Terengganu state government has permitted all children’s nurseries in the state to operate from next Tuesday.
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Pakatan vows to give Barisan a run for their money in Chini by-election
KUANTAN: Pakatan Harapan will not give way to an easy win for Barisan Nasional in the Chini by-election.
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Kelantan, Sabah to allow 40 to perform Friday prayers beginning June 5
KOTA BARU: The Sultan of Kelantan, Sultan Muhammad V has consented for Friday prayers to be performed at all mosques in the state beginning this Friday (June 5) with a congregation of 40 people.
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Deadline to submit tax returns extended to June 30
PUTRAJAYA: The deadline to file the various income tax return forms (BNCP) for the assessment year of 2019 for those who do not own a business has been extended to June 30.
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Want to visit Perak govt offices? Download MySejahtera app first, says MB
IPOH, June 3 — Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu advised future visitors to state and local government offices to first download the MySejahtera phone application.
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Govt-backed studies show Penang Hill cable car project impractical: NGO
GEORGE TOWN: Studies conducted by several government departments have shown that the proposed cable car for Penang Hill was not suitable to be implemented, according to a non-governmental organisation...
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Penang MACC receives report against former minister, ex-AG over alleged power abuse
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang chapter of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today received a report against a former minister and the former Attorney-General over alleged abuse of power when th...
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Covid-19: Sarikei MP discharged from hospital after 79-day battle
Andrew Wong Ling Biu SIBU: Sarikei MP Andrew Wong Ling Biu, who was admitted in Sibu Hospital on March 7 after testing positive for Covid-19, has been discharged on May 30, said Sarawak DAP deputy ch...
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MCA supports stiffer penalties for DUI
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA supports amendments to the Road Transport Act 1987 (Act 333) to provide stiffer penalties against driving under the influence (DUI) to protect innocent motorists against drunk driver...
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Penang activists lodge MACC report against Guan Eng, Tommy Thomas over alleged bank freeze letter
GEORGE TOWN: Social activists in Penang have lodged a report to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to investigate the former finance minister and former attorney general.
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Wildlife rangers capture bull elephant raiding Tawau plantations
KOTA KINABALU: Wildlife rangers have captured a bull Bornean pygmy elephant that was marauding farms of villagers at Felda Umas Umas on the Sabah east coast.
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TNB: Foreign utility companies also use prorated method
KUALA LUMPUR: The prorated method used by Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) in calculating electricity bills is also adopted by utility companies in other countries such as Australia and those in Europe, said...
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Discussions underway with public varsity VCs to lower fees, says Higher Education DG
PETALING JAYA: Cheaper fees could be on the cards for public higher education institution (IPTA) students, says Higher Education director-general Prof Datuk Seri Dr Mohamed Mustafa Ishak.
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