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PBS demands deputy home minister step down over Sabah pass issue
KOTA KINABALU: Parti Bersatu Sabah Youth chief Christopher Mandut today called for the resignation of Deputy Home Minister Azis Jamman for allegedly forcing Sabahans to accept the Sabah Temporary Pass...
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No plan for a meeting with Indian officals in Davos: Darell
KUALA LUMPUR: There is no plan for a formal meeting between Malaysian and Indian officials to discuss issues regarding palm oil during the World Economic Forum’s summit in Davos, Switzerland next we...
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Xavier: Kedah may need to ration water
Water rationing will be implemented in Kedah if the water supply problems persist following the drought in the state, said Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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5 proposals received for ailing Malaysia Airlines, says PM Mahathir
LANGKAWI, Malaysia - Malaysia has received five proposals for its debt-laden national carrier Malaysia Airlines, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed said at a group media briefing on Monday (Jan 20).
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Mestecc says Malaysia won’t be a ‘garbage dump’
BUTTERWORTH: According to the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (Mestecc), Malaysia has sent back 150 shipping containers of plastic waste to mostly wealthier nat...
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Malaysia Inc concept now more important than ever: Mahathir
LANGKAWI: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix) said the concept of Malaysia Incorporated (Malaysia Inc), which integrates the private and public sectors into one common objective, is now more ...
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Kula: M’sians working in S’pore may get Socso coverage
JOHOR BARU: Malaysians working in Singapore may get protection against injuries due to occupational accidents or diseases under Socso’s scheme for the self-employed under a study, says M. Kulasegaran.
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Shahrir Samad, Ahmad Maslan to be charged tomorrow – MACC
Tan Sri Shahrir Abd Samad (left) and Datuk Ahmad Maslan KUALA LUMPUR: Former Felda chairman Tan Sri Shahrir Abd Samad and Pontian Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Ahmad Maslan will be charged with cor...
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Sexual grooming case involving headmaster now with Bukit Aman
JOHOR BAHRU: The investigation paper on a case involving a school principal accused of sexually grooming a student has been referred to the Prosecution and Law Division (D5) of the Criminal Investigat...
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Syed Saddiq rubbishes claim he was at drug party
PETALING JAYA: Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has denied a report claiming he was at a party which was raided in an anti-narcotics sting that also saw a PPBM assemblyman arres...
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Malaysia moves a step closer towards implementing 5G: Gobind
LANGKAWI: The launching of the 5G Demonstration Projects (5GDP) here last night is an important milestone as Malaysia moves a step closer towards implementing 5G in the near future, said Communication...
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New sewage treatment technology being tested — Dr Mahathir
LANGKAWI: Sewage treatment plants in the country are expected to adopt a new form of technology that is far more efficient, cleaner and cheaper if a pilot project to treat waste water now being implem...
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E-Tunai Rakyat: An important step towards digital economy, cashless community, says Gobind
KUALA LUMPUR: The e-Tunai Rakyat programme, an initiative that promotes digital culture and a transition towards a cashless community, has received a positive response from the people since its launch...
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Oops! AirAsia did it again. Mavcom fines budget airline
The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom) has imposed financial penalties on AirAsia Bhd (AirAsia) and AirAsia X Bhd (AirAsia X). In a statement today, it said the airlines had breached the Malaysian...
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Mahathir rules out trade action over Indian palm oil boycott
LANGKAWI: Malaysia will not take retaliatory trade action against India over its boycott of palm oil purchases amid a political row between the two countries, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (p...
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Ku Nan on leave, defence proceedings postponed to Feb 18
KUALA LUMPUR: The defence proceedings in the case involving Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor on the charge of accepting a RM2-million bribe from a businessman today was postponed to Feb 18 as the...
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Join Bersatu? You can't be listening to rumours, Zuraida chides media
PUTRAJAYA: PKR vice-president Zuraida Kamaruddin has quashed talk that she will be joining Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia should she be sacked from the party.
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Traders fined for not using biodegradables
KUALA LUMPUR: Traders in the Federal Territories who have yet to comply with the policy on the use of biodegradable products have been given warnings and compounds.
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LPA ready for MACC investigation
Chan (left) and Labuan MP Datuk Rozman Isli (second right) symbolically declare the lion and dragon dance performances.
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Only Health Ministry issues press statements on influenza: Dr Dzulkefly
PUTRAJAYA: The Ministry of Health (MOH) is the ministry responsible for coordinating the data and providing updates on the influenza outbreak in the country.
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Najib’s bid to call handwriting expert a “tactical manoeuvre”, says prosecutor
KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s (pix) application to call an Australian handwriting expert to examine his signatures on several SRC International Sdn Bhd related d...
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Wuhan outbreak: Malaysian health authorities on high alert
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian health authorities are on high alert following the Wuhan novel coronavirus outbreak.
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Malaysian boy genius: 3-year-old becomes youngest Mensa UK member
PETALING JAYA  - A three-year-old Malaysian boy is currently the youngest member of Mensa or the international high IQ society.
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PAS sec-gen refutes state info chief on contesting under BN logo in S'wak
PAS secretary-general Takiyuddin Hassan has refuted the party's Sarawak information chief Zharudin Narudin's statement that the Islamist party could contest under BN's banner in the next Sarawak elect...
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Mar 2 to decide on Mohd Nazifuddin’s stay application
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court today fixed Mar 2 to decide on former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s son, Datuk Mohd Nazifuddin’s (pix) application for stay of proceeding of the Inland R...
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Abu Sayyaf militant suspected to be involved in kidnapping of fishermen gunned down
KOTA KINABALU - Philippine security forces gunned down an Abu Sayyaf militant believed to be involved in the kidnapping of five Indonesian fishermen off Lahad Datu last week.
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Health Minister to probe contract non-renewal of two Sibu doctors
SIBU: Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad (pix) has assured that he will look into the case of two young medical officers (MOs) here, whose contracts were not renewed.
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Relocation of Indonesian capital: Malaysian Army gives govt security options
Ahmad Hasbullah with army officers and community leaders at the launching of the TDM Battle Group Convoy.
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Govt mulling Socso coverage for fishermen
PORT DICKSON: The government is planning to protect the welfare of fishermen in the country by having them registered with the Social Security Organisation (Socso).
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India says no meeting with Malaysia in Davos as palm row simmers
KUALA LUMPUR/NEW DELHI: India’s trade minister will not meet with his Malaysian counterpart in Davos next week because of his tight schedule, an Indian trade ministry official said on Sunday, as a s...
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Kimanis by-election post mortem will identify youth support issues: Syed Saddiq
MALACCA: The post-mortem on the Kimanis parliamentary by-election is important because from it we will be able to understand the issues of youth support for Pakatan Harapan (PH) and find ways to regai...
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No place in Bersatu for those chasing positions, wealth, says secretary-general
Religion, race and the nation, and not party positions and public office candidacy must form the basis of Bersatu members’ struggles when they sign up to contest in the party’s inaugural elections...
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Unknown man scales 100m tower in Bukit Memaloh, rescuers in desperate bid to save him
An unidentified man (circled in red) has climbed up a telecommunication tower at Bukit Memaloh here at 7am today and has refused all attempts to coax him down for the last 9 hours.
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Cocktail setting for MCA's CNY do
MCA's annual Chinese New Year open house event will do away with designated tables and instead adopt a "cocktail style" setting.
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Federal Court allows woman’s bid to be declared non-Muslim leave to appeal
PUTRAJAYA, Jan 20 — The Federal Court here today granted leave to appeal to a woman born to a Muslim father but raised as a Buddhist by her Buddhist mother, who is seeking to be declared a non-Musli...
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China confirms spread of new virus as cases surge
An outbreak of a new coronavirus in China has spread to more cities, Chinese authorities said on Monday, as the number of patients tripled and a third person died, stoking concerns about containment o...
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