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Forest land cleared for logging must be replaced, Putrajaya tells state govt
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 18 — State governments that are planning on degazetting permanent forest areas for logging purposes must also prepare an equivalent area of size and value as replacement, said Water,...
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Book on memoirs of retired cop launched
Clement (left), who describes Shanmugam (right) as a hero, spoke about the latter overpowering 13 MNLF with 15 policemen during a heavy gun battle in Sandakan’s Bakungan Island in June 1976.
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Aeon transforming with the times
KUALA LUMPUR: Recognising that Asia is set to become a global economy centre, Aeon is transforming itself to move with the times, says Aeon Japan vice-president...
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HK cops fire tear gas, water cannon at petrol-bomb throwing protesters
Hong Kong police fired water cannon and volleys of tear gas to break up protesters throwing petrol bombs near the Legislative Council building and inside the Central Government Offices on Sunday, the ...
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Hong Kong protesters sing 'God Save the Queen' in plea to Britain
Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters singing “God Save the Queen” and waving Union Jack flags rallied outside the British Consulate on Sunday demanding that the former colonial power ensures China hon...
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Missing activist Bruno Manser’s life goes on big screen
PETALING JAYA: A film about missing Swiss environmental activist Bruno Manser will open the 15th Zurich Film Festival later this month in honour of the man who had campaigned to preserve the Penan way...
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Hong Kong protesters plan mall sit-ins after hill-top human chains
Hong Kong pro-democracy activists plan sit-ins at shopping malls and student rallies on Saturday after a night in which protesters took to the hills to form lantern-carrying human chains, the latest d...
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Our squandered oil fund could have been our pension fund
The Malaysian government is pointing to our near-empty national coffers as a justification for not paying pensions to our civil servants.
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Malaysia must raise shipping participation to reduce large freight outflows —...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Malaysia, as a major contributor to world trade and a growing trading partner with many countries, needs to raise its level of participation in shipping to help reduce the coun...
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Malaysia must raise shipping participation to reduce large freight outflows: Daim
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia, as a major contributor to world trade and a growing trading partner with many countries, needs to raise its level of participation in shipping to help reduce the country’s la...
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Malaysia must raise shipping participation to reduce large freight outflows, says Daim
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 13 — Malaysia, as a major contributor to world trade and a growing trading partner with many countries, needs to raise its level of participation in shipping to help reduce the co...
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Pope Francis to visit Thailand, Japan in November
Pope Francis will visit Asia in November and will be the first pope in nearly four decades to make a trip to Thailand and Japan, Vatican sources said.
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Our squandered oil fund could have been our pension fund
LETTER | The Malaysian government is pointing to our near-empty national coffers as a justification for not paying pensions to our civil servants.
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Hong Kong protesters plan busy lantern festival, again targeting metro
Hong Kong activists will combine pro-democracy protests with lantern celebrations marking the Mid-Autumn Festival this weekend after a brief lull in sometimes violent demonstrations which have rocked ...
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Sabah Parks investigating damage to coral reefs
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Parks views seriously the destruction of coral reefs at the Tun Mustapha Park near Kalampunian Island in Kudat waters, caused by a stranded cargo vessel.
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Sabah Parks investigating damage to Tun Mustapha Park coral reefs
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 12 — Sabah Parks views seriously the destruction of coral reefs at the Tun Mustapha Park near Kalampunian Island in Kudat waters, caused by a stranded cargo vessel.
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Divorce case: Court orders Sharnaaz, Noor Nabila to appoint JKP
KUALA LUMPUR: Popular actor Sharnaaz Ahmad and his wife Noor Nabila Mohd Noor have been ordered by the Federal Territory Lower Syariah Court here today to appoint a conciliatory committee (JKP) in the...
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Syariah court orders actor and wife to appoint a conciliatory committee
PETALING JAYA (Bernama): Actor Sharnaaz Ahmad and his wife Noor Nabila Mohd Noor have been ordered to appoint a conciliatory committee (JKP) in their divorce...
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Special programme for alimony, child custody cases in MSWP
Alimony claims and child custody cases in the Federal Territories Syariah Court (MSWP) are expected to be resolved within six months through a special programme for such cases and with the establishme...
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Alimony, child custody cases to be expedited through special programme
KUALA LUMPUR: Cases on alimony claims and child custody in the Federal Territories Syariah Court (MSWP) are expected to be resolved within six months, through a special programme to handle both cases ...
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Dept D-G: Alimony, child custody cases in Federal Territories Shariah Court to be expedited through special programme
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — Cases on alimony claims and child custody in the Federal Territories Shariah Court (MSWP) are expected to be resolved within six months, through a special programme to handle...
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New PSD DG to be known soon
KUALA LUMPUR: A number of candidates have already been identified to replace outgoing Public Service Department (PSD) director-general Datuk Seri Borhan Dolah, says Chief Secretary to the Government (...
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Proposed contract scheme is for new intake, says chief secretary
KUALA LUMPUR: A proposed contract scheme to replace the permanent and pensionable establishment in the public services will only cover new appointments and will not affect those already in service, sa...
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Chief secretary to govt: New Public Service Department D-G to be known soon
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 8 — A number of candidates have already been identified to replace outgoing Public Service Department (PSD) director-general Datuk Seri Borhan Dolah, says Chief Secretary to the G...
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Will ‘war refugees’ retain status in new pass, asks Kitingan
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah opposition chief Jeffrey Kitingan has urged the federal government to clarify whether IMM13 visa-holders in Sabah would lose their status as “war refugees” when they are issue...
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UK retailer M&S slips on FTSE 100 eviction expectations
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Forever 21 prepares for potential bankruptcy filing
NEW YORK: Forever 21 Inc is preparing for a potential bankruptcy filing as the fashion retailer’s cash dwindles and turnaround options fade, according to people with knowledge of the plans.
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Are we our own danger? Lessons from man-made disasters ― Tan Jeng On
AUGUST 28 ― The state of the world that we live in, with climate change, fresh water depletion, over-fishing in oceans, deforestation, air and water pollution, is growing along with global economic ...
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Dr M: Merbau is our national tree
KUALA LUMPUR: The Merbau, known for its hardwood, is now Malaysia’s national tree, announced the Prime Minister.
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Nicotine vape liquid worth RM1.4mil seized
KUALA LUMPUR: E-cigarette refills suspected to contain nicotine worth about RM1.4mil have been confiscated following complaints about students smoking them, says...
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RM1.4mil worth of e-cigarette liquid confiscated in nationwide operation
KUALA LUMPUR: Some RM1.4mil worth of e-cigarette containers with liquid suspected to contain nicotine were confiscated in a nationwide operation, after complaints...
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Ministry mulls amending National Forestry Act 1984
KUALA LUMPUR: The Water, Land and Natural Resources Ministry is considering to amend the National Forestry Act 1984 to ensure there are more stringent measures taken against those who encroach into fo...
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Natural resources minister wants harsher penalties against reserve forest trespassers
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 23 — Seeking to protect Malaysia’s rainforests, Putrajaya is looking at amending the National Forestry Act 1984 and increase the punishments for those who enter the country’s p...
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Xavier: Govt mulls amending laws to charge those trespassing permanent forest reserves
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is looking at amending the law to charge anyone caught trespassing any permanent forest reserves, says Dr Xavier Jayakumar.
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After 35 years, he’s calling it a day
GEORGE TOWN: The last Penang Hill funicular railway conductor who can trace his lineage back to the Great Depression has called it a day. He retired yesterday.
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Gamescom 2019: Six of Xbox's biggest showcase trailers – Human: Fall Flat update, Gears 5, Idris in NBA 2K20, and more
Human: Fall Flat announced a new free level for Xbox One and PC (and other consoles) during the Gamescom 2019 Inside Xbox showcase in Cologne, Germany.
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Gamescom 2019: Six of Xbox’s biggest showcase trailers
COLOGNE, Aug 21 ― Popular, family-friendly Human: Fall Flat announced a new free level for Xbox One and PC (and other consoles) during the Gamescom 2019 Inside Xbox showcase in Cologne, an event whi...
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King's visit to Brunei reflects strong bilateral ties
Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah today concluded his three-day state visit to Brunei Darussalam, which has further strengthened bilateral ties.
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Istana Negara: King’s visit to Brunei reflects strong, unique bilateral ties
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Aug 20 — Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah today concluded his three-day state visit to Brunei Darussalam, which has further strengt...
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Malaysian King, Queen conclude state visit to Brunei Darussalam
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN (Aug 20): The Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri'ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah, departed today for Malaysia after having completed His Majesty’s three-day state visi...
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Pence urges China to respect Hong Kong laws amid protest
US Vice-President Mike Pence (photo, above) urged China on Monday to respect the integrity of Hong Kong’s laws and repeated President Donald Trump’s warning that it would be harder for Washington ...
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Veteran commando urges rakyat to unite and live in harmony
IPOH: A former commando urges the public to never fan racial hatred that can threaten the precious peace achieved from the blood, sweat and tears of every member in the army.
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Strong Malaysia-Brunei bilateral relations due to mutual efforts, forward...
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Brunei (Aug 19): The continuous efforts and forward thinking of the Malaysian and Brunei governments are the key factors behind the success of bilateral relations between the two ...
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King: Strong Malaysia-Brunei bilateral relations due to mutual efforts, forward thinking
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Aug 19 — The continuous efforts and forward thinking of the Malaysian and Brunei governments are the key factors behind the success of bilateral relations between the two countr...
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Retired deputy Health DG Dr Jeyaindran dies
KUALA LUMPUR: Retired deputy director-general of health Datuk Seri Dr S. Jeyaindran (pix), a well-known figure among the medical fraternity in the country, died of a heart attack early today.
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Commando veteran fought against communists while wife gave birth
IPOH: “I was worried and felt sorry for my wife who had to give birth to our first child without me by her side.
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Commando veteran fought against the communists while wife gave birth
Former commando Paul Karpaya, 67 holding the plaque that he received in recognition of his service in the Malaysia Armed Forces for 22 years.
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King’s visit to Brunei will strengthen royal, bilateral ties
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN,  Aug 17  — The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah’s three-day state visit to Brunei beginning tomorrow will further strengthen th...
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Childcare centre operator fined RM8, 000 for operating without licence
ALOR GAJAH (Bernama): A childcare centre operator was fined RM8, 000 by the magistrates' court here Thursday (Aug 15) for operating illegally at the SOCSO Rehabilitation Centre in Hang Tuah Jaya, near here, last May.
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‘Praise freedom’ is the new press freedom
PRESS freedom was a fundamental pillar of modern civilisation. Nearly all countries, save the communist bloc and the dictatorial regimes, ensured special protection for the media in their constitutions. There used to be a competition of sorts to highlight media freedoms in developing countries to gain respectability in the international fora. Jailing a newsperson was quite rare and closing down a media outlet was even more so. Sadly, not anymore.
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Hong Kong facing worst crisis since handover: senior China official
Hong Kong is facing its worst crisis since it returned to China from British rule in 1997, the head of China’s Hong Kong and Macau Affairs office said on Wednesday amid more anti-government protests...
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Seven toxic beauty products called off the shelf
KUALA LUMPUR: Those seeking facial, beauty or anti-ageing treatments, especially that which involve skin lightening, reducing or removing of freckles, blemishes and wrinkles, are urged to take heed.
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Health Ministry warns public against seven skincare products containing mercury
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 6 — The Ministry of Health (MOH) today cautioned the public against buying and using seven beauty products which have been found to contain mercury, which is harmful to health.
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Removal of royal assent made king a rubber stamp, lawyer tells court on NSC Act
PUTRAJAYA: A lawyer told the Federal Court here today that the National Security Council (NSC) Act is unconstitutional as it has reduced the role of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong from that of a constituti...
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Analogue TV: Gradual transition from analogue to digital to be announced today
LANGKAWI: Another milestone will be recorded in the nations’s broadcasting industry, with the announcement of the transition of analogue television broadcast, to allow consumers to fully switch to m...
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Announcement today on transition from analogue to digital TV broadcast
Gobind Singh Deo – Bernama file photo LANGKAWI: The nation’s broadcasting industry is set to record another milestone with the announcement later today on the gradual transition from the analogue...
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Gradual shutdown of analogue TV broadcast to be announced today
LANGKAWI (Aug 6): Another milestone will be recorded in the nations’s broadcasting industry, with the announcement of the gradual shut down of analogue television broadcast, to allow consumers to fu...
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Shutdown of analogue TV to be announced today
Another milestone will be recorded in the nations’ broadcast industry today with the announcement of the gradual shutdown of analogue television to allow consumers to fully switch to MyFreeview digi...
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Gradual shutdown of Malaysia’s analogue TV broadcast to be announced today
LANGKAWI, Aug 6 — Another milestone will be recorded in the nation’s broadcasting industry, with the announcement of the gradual shut down of analogue television broadcast, to allow consumers to f...
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Major shootings in the US
Two mass shootings within 13 hours of each other left 20 people dead in Texas and killed nine people in Ohio, carnage that shocked a country that has become grimly accustomed to mass shootings and hei...
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Sunflower hope for special needs children
Chai (standing at right) supervises a class of students at the Centre.
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Sultan Abdullah installed as Malaysia's 16th King
KUALA LUMPUR (July 30): Istana Negara reverberated today with the hails of Daulat Tuanku and a 21-gun salute, heralding a new king.
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All set for installation of 16th Yang di-Pertuan Agong
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): Malaysians are all ready to witness tomorrow yet another historic ceremony that usually takes place every five years — the installation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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All systems go for King's installation
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Malaysians are all ready to witness yet another historic ceremony that takes place every five years – the installation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong.
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PGA8 seizes smuggled goods worth RM1.8m at Malaysia-Thailand border
PASIR MAS, July 28 — Within two weeks operation at the Malaysia-Thailand border in Kelantan, the General Operations Force, Eighth Battalion (PGA8) made a record haul with the seizure of RM1.8 mil...
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PGA8 seize smuggled goods worth RM1.8m
PASIR MAS: Within two weeks operation at the Malaysia-Thailand border in Kelantan, the General Operations Force, Eighth Battalion (PGA8) made a record haul with the seizure of RM1.8 million worth of c...
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Singapore actor faced diving scare in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU • Do not go diving if you are feeling unwell.
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Former Channel 8 star Hugo Ng suffers huge diving scare in Sabah
Do not go diving if you are feeling unwell.
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Nike shoes race to US$437,500 world record auction price for sneakers
NEW YORK: A pair of 1972 running shoes, one of the first pairs made by Nike Inc, sold for $437,500 on Tuesday, shattering the record for a pair of sneakers at public auction.
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Datuk Bandar hopes Apoc will generate more interest in orchids among S’wakians
Abang Johari (third right) performs the gimmick to officiate at the earth-breaking ceremony, witnessed by (from right) Asfia, Julaihi, Masing, Jabu, Dr Rundi and Talib.
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Pay Kedah to protect water supply: PBA
GEORGE TOWN: Penang wants the federal government to pay Kedah to stop logging in the Ulu Muda water catchment area.
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The Body Shop retailer InNature to launch IPO
KUALA LUMPUR (July 22): To further expand its operations, InNature Bhd, the retailer and distributor of The Body Shop products, is offering up to 177.27 million shares in an initial public offering (I...
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Cesar Pelli, creator of Petronas Twin Towers dies aged 92
BUENOS AIRES: Cesar Pelli, the Argentine architect and creator of the Petronas Towers and New York’s One World Financial Center, died Friday at the age of 92, his family said.
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Architect of Malaysia's Petronas Towers dies at 92
The Argentine-American architect César Pelli, designer of the Petronas Towers in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, has died at the age of 92.
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Environment group Peka says already inform police, DBKL of July 18 rally to Parliament
PETALING JAYA: The organiser of the "Walk Towards a Better Environment" peaceful rally has informed the police and Kuala Lumpur City Hall of its march from Padang Merbok to Parliament on Thursday (July 18).
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Protecting children at care centres
PETALING JAYA: Mandatory registration for child minders, stricter enforcement of the law and training are among the steps that must be taken to ensure a safe environment for children left in the care ...
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A reminder on what Lim Kit Siang said about Mahathir-era scandals
George Orwell once said: “The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” Those who are in power today can try to rewrite the past but...
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National Forestry Act and Wildlife Conservation Act will impose heavier...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): The law on wildlife conservation needs to impose stern penalties on poachers and wildlife trafficking activities to protect the endangered species, according to the Water, Land...
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National Forestry Act and Wildlife Conservation Act will impose heavier penalties
KUALA LUMPUR: The law on wildlife conservation needs to impose stern penalties on poachers and wildlife trafficking activities to protect the endangered species, according to the Water, Land and Natur...
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Two abortion pill products sold online not registered with Health Ministry, says Health DG
KUALA LUMPUR,  July 16 — The abortion pills “misoprostol” and “mifepristone” are not registered with the Health Ministry of Malaysia (KKM) and are not permitted to be sold on the Malaysian ...
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Environment group to march to Parliament on July 18 for forest protection
PETALING JAYA: Those concerned about the environment are invited to participate in a peaceful march to Parliament next Thursday (July 18) to submit a memorandum to all 222 MPs to seek greater protection for Malaysia's rainforests.
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Shell Malaysia launches Ferrari car collectibles – two new models every 2 weeks until Sept 8, RM15.90 each
Shell Malaysia today officially introduced its Ferrari car collectible campaign, which runs from July 1 to September 8.
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No protection for Ulu Muda rainforests water catchment area yet, says Penang Water Supply Corporation
GEORGE TOWN, July 11 — The Penang Water Supply Corporation (PBAPP) insisted today that a major portion of the Ulu Muda rainforests in Kedah is still not protected as a water catchment area despite b...
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Pakatan Youth: Release Wan Ji, AG told to explain appeal for heavier sentence
PETALING JAYA: Pakatan Youth has called for the release of preacher Wan Ji Wan Hussin, who was found guilty of sedition, and wants the Attorney General to explain why the prosecution appealed for a heavier sentence.
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Pakatan delay in repealing Sedition Act reason for Wan Ji jailing, says DAP Youth man
IPOH, July 9 — Vince Tan today blamed Pakatan Harapan (PH) for Muslim preacher Wan Ji Wan Hussin’s jail sentence after the latter was convicted of sedition against Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah of...
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Putrajaya not seeking more say on land rights, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The federal government has no intention of seeking a constitutional amendment to give it more say on land rights, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Xavier Jayakumar said.
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Environmental NGO calls for amendments to National Forestry Act
KUALA LUMPUR: An environmental NGO is demanding the government amend several provisions of the National Forestry Act 1984 for greater environmental protection.
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Environmental group to hand over memo to all 222 MPs, seeking amendments to National Forestry Act
KUALA LUMPUR: The Association for the Protection of the Natural Heritage of Malaysia (Peka) will hand over a memorandum to all 222 MPs to demand greater environment protection from the government.
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Without a degree, these two built a business valued at US$2 billion (RM8.27 billion)
In 1984, Michael Dell started Dell and he became a billionaire in the year 2000.
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Chinese state media blames 'Western ideologues' for HK protests
Chinese official English-language newspapers blamed meddling by Western governments on Thursday for unrest in Hong Kong amid an escalating diplomatic spat between China and the United Kingdom over pro...
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Chrysler saviour Lee Iacocca dies at 94
LOS ANGELES: Lee Iacocca, the US auto executive and television pitchman whose feel for consumers’ changing tastes helped produce the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan and made him one of the fir...
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Shell launches a new eight-model Ferrari car collection
Shell Malaysia has introduced a new set of limited-edition Ferrari collectible toy cars, the collection consisting of eight specially-curated Ferrari icons from the 1950s on, in conjunction with the P...
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Setiawangsa MP Nik Nazmi and wife officially divorced
KUALA LUMPUR: Setiawangsa Member of Parliament Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad and his wife of 14 years, Dr Imaan Abdul Rahim, are officially divorced.
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The Sony Walkman is 40 years old
Sony brought out its first Walkman, the TPS-L2, in Japan on July 1, 1979. The very first portable audiocassette player allowed its user to privately enjoy music through headphones plugged directly into the unit. This was revolutionary, and it soon won over the world.
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The Sony Walkman turns 40
TOKYO, July 1 ― Sony brought out its first Walkman, the TPS-L2, in Japan on July 1, 1979.
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RoS scrutinising UMNO documents for any breach of regulation
PUTRAJAYA (June 27): The Registrar of Societies (RoS) Malaysia is scrutinising the UMNO documents at the State and divisional levels which were among the 41 respondents receiving money linked to the 1...
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RoS scrutinises Umno documents for any breach of regulation
Masyati Abang Ibrahim PUTRAJAYA: The Registrar of Societies (RoS) Malaysia is scrutinising the Umno documents at the state and divisional levels which were among the 41 respondents receiving money li...
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RoS scrutinises Umno documents for any breach of regulations
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Registrar of Societies (RoS) is scrutinising Umno documents at the state and divisional levels which were among the 41 respondents receiving money linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).
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Former lord president to represent Kelantan-PAS govt in Federal suit
KUALA LUMPUR (June 27): Former lord president Tun Mohamed Salleh Abas will be co-counsel with lawyer Khoo Guan Huat in defending the PAS-led Kelantan state government in the lawsuit brought by the fed...
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ROS to scrutinise Umno documents for breach of regulation
The Registrar of Societies (ROS) is scrutinising Umno documents for the state and divisional levels which were among the 41 respondents charged for receiving 1MDB-linked money to see if there was any ...
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