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Fri, 22 Nov 2019, 5:32 AM
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Foodpanda: Illegal dump part of a bigger problem
The illegal dumping of foodpanda delivery carrier bags is part of a bigger problem, the company said.
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Chinese nationals risk daring stunts to escape immigration raid in Cyberjaya
PETALING JAYA: An Immigration Department raid at an office building in Cyberjaya saw scores of Chinese nationals believed to be part of a syndicate running online scams srambling to escape, with some ...
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I was director but had no knowledge of what went on in Zahid’s org, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: A former trustee of Yayasan Akalbudi linked to Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said he was never part of the foundation’s affairs or activities.
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We won’t rush into abolishing Sedition Act, says deputy home minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The government today said it would not rush into abolishing the Sedition Act as promised before the May 9 polls last year.
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Woman stabbed in head, baby strangled to death in vicious attack
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A three-month old baby girl was believed to have been strangled to death while her mother is now in critical condition after they were attacked by another woman, all because s...
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Economically frustrated youths can bring unrest, Mahathir warns
KUALA LUMPUR: There is a possibility of unrest in the country, like the ongoing Hong Kong protests, if the issue of youth unemployment is not addressed, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has warn...
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It’s all lies to divide Pakatan, says Khalid Samad over speculation of no-confidence vote against Dr M
KUALA LUMPUR: Speculation of a vote of no confidence against Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is deliberately made by people who want Pakatan Harapan...
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Several measures put in place to address fly infestation, polluted water in Segari, state assembly told
IPOH: Among the short-term solutions planned to alleviate the fly infestation and polluted water issues in Segari is to treat chicken waste.
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From Cs to As: Triumphant UPSR result for young Darshna
Darshna celebrates with her parents after collecting her UPSR results.
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Meeting held to 'amend 1MDB audit'
KUALA LUMPUR - A coordination meeting allegedly held to amend the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) audit report came to life as the voices of those who attended it boomed through an audio clip that wa...
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PM post aside, what's your economic blueprint: Gerakan veep to Anwar
Apart from setting his sights on becoming the eighth prime minister, Gerakan vice-president Baljit Singh said PKR president Anwar Ibrahim has offered little in terms of his economic blueprint for the ...
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Malaysia busts online scam syndicate run by Chinese nationals, nearly 1,000 people arrested
PUTRAJAYA: The largest online scam syndicate believed to be run by Chinese nationals in Malaysia was busted by the country's immigration department on Wednesday (Nov 20).
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PBB leader says watching PKR ‘crisis’
KUCHING, Nov 21 — Parti Pesaka Bumiputra Bersatu (PBB) supreme council member Datuk Dr Abdul Rahman Ismail today said his party is closely following the “crisis” in PKR.
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Man killed as van crashes into his motorcycle, Chinese national arrested
SIBU: A 46-year-old Chinese national has been arrested after the van he was driving collided head-on with a motorcycle and killed the rider.
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Bill to lower age of elected, nominated assemblymen to 18 passed by Sabah assembly
KOTA KINABALU: The bill to amend Sabah's State Constitution to allow lowering the minimum age of elected and nominated assemblymen to 18 years old from 21 has been passed at the state legislative assembly sitting on Thursday (Nov 21).
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Hearing on Najib's bid to obain, inspect Justo's documents on Dec 13
The Kuala Lumpur High Court today has fixed Dec 13 to hear former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak's application to obtain and inspect documents surrendered by Xavier Andre Justo to the Malaysian Anti...
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Akmal: Hilman is trying to look like he's in charge
PKR Youth chief Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir said his deputy Hilman Idham was attempting to create a perception that the latter was in charge of the movement.
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Families of Sosma 12 take pleas to Parliament building
KUALA LUMPUR: The families of 12 people detained last month under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act (2012) for alleged links to separatist group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) toda...
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No issues reported with B10 biodiesel so far, says Teresa Kok
KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says the government has not received any complaints on the B10 biodiesel since it was introduced in February, as the country looks to introduce B20...
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Malaysian PM Mahathir warns absentee MPs that attendance will be factor in Cabinet reshuffle
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad suggested on Thursday (Nov 21) that Parliament attendance would be a factor in his decision on which lawmakers may...
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CM: Sabah to develop border towns to capitalise on Indonesia’s capital relocation
KOTA KINABALU, Nov 21 — Sabah will develop four border towns and connecting roads in preparing for Indonesia’s planned relocation of its capital to Kalimantan, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafi...
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RM6.5b allocated to create more jobs over next five years: Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s allocation of RM6.5 billion for the Malaysia@Work programme will create more jobs for Malaysians over the next five years, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Free cancer screening for two-decade smokers aged between 45 and 75
KUALA LUMPUR: Lung Cancer Network Malaysia is offering free cancer screening for individuals aged between 45 and 75 who have a history of smoking for more than...
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Businessman pleads guilty to cheating, sentenced to 92 years’ jail, 44 strokes of rotan
SIBU: A businessman was sentenced to 92 years’ jail and 44 strokes of rotan by the magistrate's court on Thursday (Nov 21), after he pleaded guilty to 44 charges of cheating.
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Malaysia cops seek American expertise in sex video probe
KUALA LUMPUR - The police have sought the expertise of an American expert in the ongoing investigations of the sex video implicating a minister.
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Abu Sayyaf demands $800,000 ransom for trio
KOTA KINABALU - The armed men who abducted three Indonesian fishermen off Lahad Datu, Sabah, two months ago are demanding RM2.45mil (S$799,936) for their release.
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Police say sixteen cops in Perak nabbed for drug abuse since August
IPOH, Nov 21 — A total 16 policemen have been detained for drug offences since the police embarked on its internal anti-drug operation ‘Op Blue Devil’ in Perak from August 12.
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Boat repairing skills a blessing for fisherman during monsoon season
KOTA BARU: With the monsoon season putting fishermen out of work and forcing them to turn to other means of livelihood, it is a blessing for those who have boat repairing skills.
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Paul Yong urges supporters to support Perak DAP leadership
IPOH: Perak executive council member Paul Yong Choo Kiong has urged his supporters and party members to remain supportive of the state party leadership.
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Over one million traffic summonses issued this year
A total of 1,028,387 summonses for various traffic offences have been issued nationwide, from early January to October this year.
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US House passes Hong Kong human rights bills
Pro-democracy protesters block a road as people remove barricades and bricks in Hong Kong.
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Let students decide the courses they want to study, says lecturer
Karambir Singh MIRI: Putrajaya’s proposed move to provide a list of jobs which are becoming irrelevant in Malaysia should only be advisory and students must have the liberty to choose their courses...
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Malaysian bus driver's last act saved 20 lives
GEORGE TOWN - A bus driver who suffered a fatal heart attack managed to pull the hand brake in time and save the lives of 20 Chinese tourists before the vehicle crashed.
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Survey finds Malaysians holding off big ticket spending due to dimmer hope for future
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — Malaysians are more hesitant to make major purchases like buying a house or a car now compared to half a year ago, according to a recent survey by global market research firm ...
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Johor presents surplus budget for 10th year running
ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Johor government has presented a surplus budget for the 10th consecutive year with a surfeit RM2.36mil for 2020's budget.
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Curfew in ESSZone extended to Dec 7
KOTA KINABALU: The curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which is scheduled to end tomorrow will be extended until Dec 7.
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Chinese firm behind ECRL in major recruitment drive for local workers
PETALING JAYA: The Chinese firm behind the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) will embark on a major recruitment drive for local workers next month, seeking to employ some 16,100 Malaysians for the 640km rai...
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Man stabbed to death in Rawang
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A local man has been fatally stabbed in an incident in Kampung Baru Kundang, Rawang, here yesterday.
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Sabah to develop border cities with Indonesia moving capital to Kalimantan
KOTA KINABALU: Plans are afoot to develop the border cities in Sabah in phases to ensure the state leverages on Indonesia’s move to shift its capital from Jakarta to...
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Keep your promise of repealing Sosma, Ramkarpal tells govt
KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Harapan must keep its promise to repeal the draconian provisions under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma)...
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No go-ahead for vanity car plates in Malaysia just yet
SEREMBAN - The government needs more time to decide if Malaysians can have personalised registration plates for vehicles, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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Look at HK, economically frustrated youths can bring unrest, says Dr M
Economic growth and social protection should be in parallel to ensure sustainable progress, says Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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PKR Youth member pleads with Hilman to attend meetings
PKR Youth deputy head Hilman Idham has been urged to attend the movement's central leadership council (MPP) meeting on Sunday.
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Putrajaya mulls removing domestic abusers from family homes to protect victims
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — Abusive spouses could eventually be barred from their family homes as a way to prevent the victims from being forced into shelters, Hannah Yeoh told Parliament today.
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Perak police chief: 16 cops arrested for drug offences, six charged so far
IPOH: A total of 16 police officers have been arrested in Perak from last year up to now for drug related cases, says Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain.
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Will things get worse before they get better?
COMMENT | I am not sure whether the title appropriately captures the present position of Pakatan Harapan after having disastrously lost the Tanjung Piai by-election on November 16.
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Move to outsource functions overseas riles up bank union
PETALING JAYA: Vocal bankers union NUBE has accused HSBC of violating a collective agreement, saying the foreign-owned bank has outsourced bank functions to India, Sri Lanka and vendors within Malaysi...
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PKR Youth leader calls for action against deputy chief over Azmin stand
PETALING JAYA: A PKR Youth vice-chief has called for action against deputy chief Muhammad Hilman Idham as the tussle over who will officiate the wing’s congress next month continues.
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Unfulfilled promises: Lip Eng slams PH over Lynas issue
KUALA LUMPUR: A DAP lawmaker took Pakatan Harapan (PH) to task for failing to fulfil the pledges in its manifesto, which he claims was the reason for its drubbing in the Tanjung Piai election.
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Fighter jets, Sedition Act among hot topics at Dewan Rakyat today
KUALA LUMPUR: The issue over national defence assets, pertaining to the Sukhoi Su-30MKM and MIG-29 fighter jets, is expected to be among hot topics at the Dewan Rakyat sitting today.
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Malaysian ‘fake liquor king’ arrested in Bangkok
BANGKOK: A Malaysian dubbed ‘David, king of fake liquor’ by Thai authorities, was arrested here on Monday after he was suspected of producing counterfeit liquor.
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Controversial Tg Aru beach-front project to be scaled down, says Sabah CM
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has scaled down the controversial 340ha Tanjung Aru beachfront project, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
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Politics in Malaysia is no more the same
ADUN SPEAKS | In the past, around the world, there can be a nation where only one coalition ruled, and the opposition parties never got a chance to govern.
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Perak MB refutes accusation that PH practises cronyism
IPOH: The Pakatan Harapan (PH) government in Perak has never practised cronyism during its 18-month tenure, as alleged by non-governmental organisation, Pertubuhan Rangkaian Organisasi (PRO 98) Reform...
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10,190 fakes of branded shoes, slippers worth RM365,400 seized
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 10,190 pairs of fake shoes and slippers worth RM365,400, featuring popular brands, were seized in a bust on two premises in Taman Desa Bakti and one in Taman Seri Melati, Batu...
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Israeli PM's challenger fails to form government
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's challenger, Benny Gantz, announced Wednesday he had failed to form a government by the midnight deadline, increasing prospects for a third election in Israe...
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Canada's Trudeau unveils new cabinet, seeks to calm anger in energy-rich west
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday made major changes to his cabinet, making several ministerial appointments in a hid to help stave off increasing unhappiness in the energy-producing...
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Prince Andrew halts public duties over sex scandal
Britain's Prince Andrew stepped down from public duties on Wednesday, saying the controversy surrounding his "ill-judged" association with late US financier Jeffrey Epstein had caused major disruption...
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Rethink scrapping MySihat, Putrajaya told
PETALING JAYA: A former health ministry official has urged the government to reconsider its decision to dissolve the health promotion board known as MySihat, saying it is necessary for the development...
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6 accused in MyKad racket lose appeal for bail
GEORGE TOWN: The High Court yesterday dismissed a motion to grant bail brought by six men accused of running a Malaysian citizenship racket for Chinese nationals.
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Malaysian militant linked to US 9/11 attacks freed but restricted to Ampang
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — Malaysian authorities released known terrorist Yazid Sufaat yesterday after his detention without trial under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (Pota) expired, according to the ...
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M’sia on right track for big data, AI in education
DOHA: Malaysia is on the right track in using big data and artificial intelligence (AI) for the benefit of children especially in ensuring future careers and avoiding mismatch of skills and talents.
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PKR wants Azmin to explain in person his absence from meetings
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR wants its deputy president Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali (pix) to personally explain to the leadership regarding his absence from party meetings before it takes action against him.
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Malaysia Airlines offers 50% on your next Business Class ticket
MALAYSIA Airlines will be running a special promotion for Business Class travellers from now to Dec 1,2019 to enjoy increased savings on their future bookings.
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Focus on underdeveloped villages – Ewon
KOTA KINABALU: The Rural Development Ministry (KPLB) has allocated RM4.8 million for Rumah Sejahtera Rakyat (RSR) programme for next year.
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140,000 holders of IMM13, Kad Bancian and Pas Burung Burung
Shafie, Jahid KOTA KINABALU: Tamparuli assemblyman Datuk Jahid Jahim is concerned about the basis the Pas Sementara Sabah (PSS) will be issued compared to why the IMM13, Kad Bancian and Pas Burung Bu...
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Yoursay: Will Harapan leaders dare pick up Mahathir’s gauntlet?
YOURSAY | ‘Show the people that the Harapan presidential council is made of sterner stuff.’ Immediate transition?
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Do you know... about World TV Day?
Here are some facts about World TV Day.
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Tamil school students shine at international competition
A GROUP of pupils from SJK (T) Somasundram made the school proud when they bagged the individual and team prizes at the International Science Competition 2019 held in Indonesia recently, reported Makkal Osai.
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From wild boars to crows
MELAKA: From wild boars to birds, there seems never to be a dull moment at the Melaka state assembly.
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Socso payouts for families of Star Media Group staff
PETALING JAYA: Families of two deceased staff members of Star Media Group received payouts from the Social Security Organisation (Socso).
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Disabled graduate persevered all the way
IT was a dream come true for physi­cally disabled Hussain Said when he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Malay language and linguistics) degree, reported Harian Metro.
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State govt committed to beautify all towns in Sabah
Jaujan KOTA KINABALU: Local Government and Housing Minister Datuk Jaujan Sambakong yesterday stressed that the state government is committed towards efforts to beautify all the towns in Sabah.
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CM: Be lenient on ferry used for repatriating illegals
Shafie, Bolkiah KOTA KINABALU: The State Government has requested for leniency from the Transport Ministry with regards to the issue of ferry used for the repatriation of illegal immigrants back to t...
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Only 30% of TAED to be sold to investors
An artist’s impression of TAED KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Shafie Haji Apdal said that only 30 percent or 39 lots of the Tanjung Aru Eco Development (TAED) would be sold to in...
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UiTM Sabah grabs Diamond Award at International Invention Competition
(From left) Ahmad Fauze, Imbarine and Mariam holding their trophy and certificates besides their innovative entry display.
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Syariah Courts in Sabah ‘legally handicapped’ – lawyer
Hamid KOTA KINABALU: Syariah lawyers are having difficulties to do their jobs since there was a claim that there is still no Syariah Chief Justice, who is supposed to perform his statutory duties as ...
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Sabah seeks cooperation for ship to deport Filipinos
M/V Antonia 1 KOTA KINABALU: The director of Sabah State Security Council, Sitti Saleha Habib Yussof, issued an official request letter on Monday to the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) in the Ph...
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More water tanks needed for growing population – Peter
Peter KOTA KINABALU: More water storage tanks are needed to cater for the growing population, said Infrastructure Development Minister Datuk Peter Anthony.
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US e-cig firm Juul's million-dollar lobby targets overseas gov'ts
The embattled American vape company Juul is pushing foreign governments to ditch strict e-cigarette regulations as it aggressively expands across the globe in an attempt to offset lost profits in the ...
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Perak to use TikTok to promote tourism sector
IPOH, Nov 21 — The state government via Tourism Perak will promote the Perak tourism sector through its TikTok platform, a short video application in an effort to attract tourists in conjunction wit...
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Superstar Andy Lau had a fight with co-star?
HONG Kong superstar Andy Lau is rumoured to have been involved in an altercation with a younger actor recently while shooting a film, reported China Press.
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Ministry must be innovative instead of waiting for allocations – Tangau
Madius KOTA KINABALU: The Ministry of Trade and Industries must be innovative in order to produce results for the state, instead of waiting for allocations from the federal government.
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Ministry to prosecute all cases of smuggling of subsidized, controlled goods
A screen shot of the sales of cooking gas cylinders in Nunukan that went viral on social media.
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Yoursay: 'Undignified' underwriting of Tabung Haji's incompetence
YOURSAY | ‘Why is there such deafening silence from those clamouring for dignity amongst their kind?’ Gov't to bear RM10.3b premium in Tabung Haji's restructuring plan AnthonyChan: Despite the col...
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KTMB to investigate hacking as possible cause of online ticketing glitch
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 21 — A glitch with Keretapi Tanah Melayu Bhd (KTMB)’s online ticketing system caused severe disruptions during the first day of advanced ticket sales on Monday, and measures are ...
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Many political leaders ready to accept the changes
PETALING JAYA: Although the parties in Pakatan Harapan have yet to decide on the Cabinet reshuffle, it appears that many political leaders are ready to accept the changes.
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Cabinet reshuffle expected
PETALING JAYA: Cabinet changes are on the cards after all. Two months after he last dismissed persistent talk of ministers being replaced, Prime Minister Tun Dr...
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AirAsia takes delivery of first A321neo
HAMBURG: AirAsia’s first A321neo will bring the airline one step closer to sustainable aviation.
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Wee wants clear answers on mySalam
DATUK Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong wants clear answers from the government over the implementation of mySalam medical protection scheme for the low and middle-income segments.
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Redzuan defends calling drone a ‘flying car’
A HEATED argument erupted in Dewan Rakyat when Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof tried to explain the term “flying car”.
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Bring in more generic drugs to treat cancers, govt urged
KUALA LUMPUR: A patient advocacy group has urged the government to encourage more companies to bring in the generic version of a medicine that treats advanced prostate cancer.
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S’gor Ruler concerned over rise in sex crime cases
SHAH ALAM: The Sultan of Selangor has expressed his concern over the growing number of sexual crime cases in the state.
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Sabah racing against time to prevent rhino extinction
KOTA KINABALU: The health of Iman, Malaysia’s last surviving rhinoceros, is declining with its tumour growing.
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Militant Yazid held under Pota freed
KUALA LUMPUR: Militant Yazid Sufaat has been freed after serving two years in prison under the Prevention of Terrorism Act (Pota).
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S’wak PKR heads ask Anwar for autonomy in party matters
KUALA LUMPUR: Thirty-two Sarawak PKR leaders have asked Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim to save the party from “manoeuvring” politicians in the state.
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Adly: I don’t think they’ll backstab me
MELAKA: Chief Minister Adly Zahari has brushed aside a pact by Pakatan Harapan and Umno lawmakers to move a motion of no-confidence vote at the state assembly...
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Ahmad Zahid ‘ordered withdrawal of RM17.9mil’
KUALA LUMPUR: Former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who established Yayasan Akalbudi, instructed a bank officer to withdraw...
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‘Hostage takers’ on plane nabbed
SEPANG: Using the shadow of a Boeing 737-800 as their cover, members of the Special Action Unit (UTK) in stealth mode carry ladders and make their way beneath the...
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NGO: Law firms must band together to address bullying, sexual harassment
The Association of Women Lawyers (AWL) has urged legal firms to work together to provide an industry-wide response against workplace bullying and sexual harassment.
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Dr M mulls cabinet reshuffle, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Diehards hold out at Hong Kong campus
Detained protesters lay on the floor after they tried to leave Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) campus.
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Varsity student on drugs charge escapes life imprisonment, gets 2 years’ jail
PETALING JAYA: The Sepang Sessions Court today acquitted a 23-year-old university student of possessing 186.73gm of cannabis in a whiskey container box at his college dormitory room two years ago.
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46,420 affordable homes built over last 17 years under RMR scheme
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 46,420 houses were constructed between 2002 and Oct 31 this year, out of a total of 50,289 applications approved under the government’s affordable housing scheme, ‘Program...
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Mohamad Sabu: South china sea not place for super power squabbles
BANGKOK: The South China Sea should be turned into an area to strengthen co-operation, boost connectivity and firm up ties among regional communities, said Minister of Defence Mohamad Sabu.
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FDI into Malaysia much bigger than before — PM
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Malaysia is much bigger than before, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Federal govt offshore borrowing stands at RM29.2 bln as of end-June
KUALA LUMPUR: The Federal government’s offshore borrowing stood at RM29.2 billion as of the end of June this year, the Dewan Rakyat was told yesterday.
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Good move to replicate Opec for palm oil industry — MPOB
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Palm Oil Board is in favour of any move by Indonesia and Malaysia as the world’s largest producers of palm oil, to form a body similar to the Organisation of Petroleum Ex...
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Denying Anwar from becoming PM will be costly mistake — Anak Negeri
KOTA KINABALU: It would be a strategic and costly mistake for Pakatan Harapan if PKR President Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim were to be denied his right to become the Prime Minister after Tun Dr Mahathir ...
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Special motion to condemn Zionist attacks on Monday
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat will be debating a special motion to denounce the air strikes by the Zionist regime which killed and injured civilians in the Gaza Strip on Monday in a special chamber i...
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Keep close watch on children to prevent sexual exploitation — DPM
Dr Wan Azizah (sixth left) and Teo (fifth right) in group photo with student at the #KidsTakeOverParliament: Kita Peduli programme at the Banquet Hall of Parliament.
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Health Ministry looking to expand ‘virtual clinics’ across the country
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry aims to expand the provision of ‘virtual clinics’ across the country in a bid to further improve the efficiency of outpatient healthcare services.
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Book on irrelevant jobs accessible online too, says Minister
Kula Segaran (second right) hands over a certificate to Tan Sook Kok (right), a NIOSH graduate.
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RM726,240 for new furniture in 6 schools in Nangka constituency
Dr Annuar (second right) checks on an old desk at SK Ulu Sungai Merah.
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PBB Women’s wing sets up task forces to prepare for state election
(From third right) Sharifah Hasidah, Gerawat, Fatimah and others in a group photo before the start of the programme yesterday.
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Public gives differing views on substitute mandatory death sentence
KOTA KINABALU: Five Town Hall sessions of the special committee set up to study alternatives to mandatory death sentence have obtained differing feedback from the people.
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Sarawak targets 1 million hectares of totally protected land areas by 2020
Awang Tengah (second left) receives the management plan for Gunung Buda National Park presented by State Land and Survey director Zaidi Mahdi, while Len Talif (right), Hamden (centre) and Penguang loo...
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Ketum growers mostly in Kedah and Perlis: AADK
JERLUN: A total 138 hectares (ha) of land in the country are currently being cultivated with the ketum plant, mostly in Kedah and Perlis.
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19 PKR division chiefs support me: Baru Bian
KUALA LUMPUR: Sarawak PKR chief Baru Bian (pix) claims that 19 of the 30 PKR division chiefs in the state have pledged support for him to continue leading the party in Sarawak.
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New task force investigating Teoh Beng Hock case to call up 14 witnesses
KUALA LUMPUR: Three police task forces that carried out investigations on the death of political aide Teoh Beng Hock while in the custody of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in 2009 fou...
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Cops searching for three thieves behind house break-in
PETALING JAYA: Police are on the hunt for three thieves travelling in a heavily tinted Perodua MyVi in connection with a house break-in at PJS9.
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Test flight for 'flying car' was not authorised, say CAAM
PETALING JAYA: The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) clarified it did not authorise a test flight for a ‘flying car’ or drone of model UAS E-Hang 216 (EH216)...
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Free education for students studying at proposed state-owned international schools, says Sarawak CM
BETONG, Nov 20 — Students studying at the proposed five fully residential international schools to be set up by the state government will be given free education, Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang...
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NCR land to be measured under Section 18 of Sarawak land code
KUCHING, Nov 20 — From next year, native customary rights (NCR) land in the state will be measured under Section 18 of Sarawak Land Code.
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