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Don’t miss these five new trailers: ‘Later Alligator,’ ‘Football Drama,’ ‘Groundhog Day’ VR, ‘Little Misfortune,’ ‘AI: The Somnium Files’
NEW YORK, Sept 21 — Check out trailers for astonishingly well animated cartoon-style comedy Later Alligator, a slide-tackle through the grungier side of soccer-related stories in Football Drama, the...
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This week's new game picks: Zelda: Link's Awakening, Untitled Goose Game, Session, Jenny LeClue, The Sojourn
Whisk The Legend Of Zelda hero around a remastered Koholint Island in Link's Awakening, among other new games this week.
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Sega Genesis Mini, Nintendo Switch Lite launch same week as Apple Arcade
Sega's Genesis Mini released Sept 19, with Nintendo's larger, lighter, less expensive Switch debuting Sept 20; Apple officially launched its Apple Arcade game...
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RAM Holdings appoints new group CEO, deputy group CEO
KUALA LUMPUR: RAM Holdings Bhd has appointed Lee Wai Kit as its group chief executive officer (CEO) and Promod Dass as his deputy.
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As Speedy Video’s flagship store shutters, is this the death knell for film collectors, local industry?
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 18 — Since 1989, Speedy Video Distributors Sdn Bhd has been at the forefront of the local entertainment scene, with sole rights to home releases from major Hollywood studios such ...
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Dr M confident Malaysia can ride out global recession
PETALING JAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has expressed confidence that the country can weather what appears to be a looming global recession...
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PM: Khazanah strayed from core businesses, needs to be reigned in
Khazanah Nasional Bhd has strayed outside of its core businesses and invested in too many things, said Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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VW CEO shifts strategy from empire building to efficiency
FRANKFURT: Volkswagen has abandoned its decades-old obsession with empire building and no-expense-spared engineering to free up resources for the development and mass production of electric cars, said...
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Waythamoorthy to mediate Orang Seletar land case against Johor gov’t, Putrajaya
Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waythamoorthy is mediating the 2012 land case involving the Seletar Orang Asli against the Johor state government and the federal government.
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Entrepreneurs suffer losses after death of thousands of caged fish
Thousands of caged fish died following a low tide that hit two villages in Kuala Terengganu on Sunday.
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Dead fish: Entrepreneurs suffer RM325,000 in losses
KUALA TERENGGANU: Thousands of caged fish died following a low tide that hit two villages here on Sunday.
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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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‘Perpetrators of open burning face heavy compound, jail’
Miri Civil Defence Force personnel lend a helping hand in an operation to douse peat soil fire near Miri Industrial Training Institute in Kuala Baram last month.
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Walmart to halt some bullet sales, including for handguns
NEW YORK, Sept 4 ― Walmart announced yesterday it will halt sales of ammunition for handguns and some military-style rifles used in some hunting rifles, calling the status quo on guns in the United ...
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Ministry hopes land acquisition process for Highland Towers will be sped up
The Ministry of Housing and Local Government hopes that the land acquisition process for the Highland Towers condominium which had been left neglected for almost 26 years can be speeded up for redevel...
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Zuraida: Ministry hopes for speedier resolution of Highland Towers land acquisition
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — The Ministry of Housing and Local Government hopes that the land acquisition process for the Highland Towers condominium which had been left neglected for almost 26 years can ...
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Govt to acquire Highland Towers land for park, bungalow project
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is to acquire the land occupied by the long-abandoned Highland Towers here to build a park and bungalows, Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said.
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Masing: Federal govt may have taken over Bintulu Port without state assembly’s consent
KUCHING, Sept 2 — The Sarawak government is studying whether Bintulu Port is among the state’s assets being administered by the federal government without the consent of its legislative assembly, ...
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Rights over state assets under review, says Masing after Loke puts damper on Bintulu Port
Tan Sri Datuk Amar Dr James Jemut Masing KUCHING: Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri James Masing has indicated today that the state government is studying whether the law enacted by Parliament in 1981 fo...
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Loke puts a damper on Sarawak’s aim to take over Bintulu Port
Loke (right) signing the new DAP Miri headquarters office sign board.
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Condivergence: Reorienting the globalisation story
To understand what is happening with the global trade war, we need to ask the question: when did globalisation begin?
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How a Chinese accountant turned a dying factory to the world’s top display maker
Wang Dongsheng was 35 when he pooled money with his colleagues to take over the state-owned vacuum-tube factory that they worked at.
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Miti completes preliminary investigation of anti-dumping of imported cold rolled coils
PETALING JAYA: The government has completed a preliminary determination on the investigation on anti-dumping of cold rolled coils or non-alloy steel (CRC) measuring more than 1,300mm in width from cou...
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MITI completes preliminary anti-dumping probe on CRC from 4 countries
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): The Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has completed the preliminary determination of anti-dumping investigation on the imports of iron or non-alloy steel cold ...
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Nissan's Infiniti names new design head as another non-Japanese exec exits in shake-up
BEIJING: Nissan Motor Co’s premium brand Infiniti said it has named Taisuke Nakamura (pic) as its new design chief, replacing Karim Habib who resigned from the post.
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In post ‘Doi Moi’ Vietnam, coffee raises families
VIETNAM is the world’s second-largest coffee producer – exporting an estimated US$3.5bil (RM14.6bil) of the commodity in 2018.
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Najib said he spent RM3.3m on gifts for wife of former Qatar PM, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: An investigating officer with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) told the High Court here today that Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak (pix) claimed he spent RM3.3 million on gif...
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Audit firm, auditors fined and prohibited from auditing by Malaysian oversight board
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — The Securities Commission Malaysia’s (SC) Audit Oversight Board (AOB) has fined and prohibited Chengco PLT and its partners from accepting public interest entities (PIEs) or...
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Don’t blame us for having ‘Sarawak mentality’, says Wan Junaidi
KUCHING: Sarawakians cannot be faulted for having a ‘Sarawak First’ or ‘Sarawak for Sarawakians’ mentality as it is a result of being neglected by the federal government, said Santubong MP Dat...
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Online comment on shooting leads to arrest of teen, weapons haul
WASHINGTON: FBI agents in the United States have discovered a cache of some 25 guns and 10,000 bullets after arresting a teenager who made online comments supporting mass shootings.
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Online commenter supported mass shootings, stockpiled weapons: FBI
FBI agents in the United States have discovered a cache of some 25 guns and 10,000 bullets after arresting a teenager who made online comments supporting mass shootings.
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Public advised not to get involved in MLM business with Fingo: Chong
KUCHING: The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs has advised the public not to be involved in multi-level marketing (MLM) business with Fingo (M) Sdn Bhd and market their products on the c...
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Chong: Fingo under investigation, does not have license to conduct multi-level marketing
Chong Chieng Jen KUCHING: The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs did not issue any direct selling license to conduct multi-level marketing (MLM) to Fingo (M) Sdn Bhd for conducting busin...
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Online scams spreading, consumers must be cautious
LETTER | What shocking news which was published recently where an average of RM2 billion is lost every year due to online scams and commercial crime.
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Bersatu men accused of selling cows for laptop, and 6 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Court allows Seletar Orang Asli to include JB council, land administrator in compensation suit
JOHOR BARU, Aug 5 — The High Court here today allowed 51 Orang Asli from the Seletar tribe to add the Johor Baru City Council (MBJB) and the Johor Baru District Land Administrator as respondents to ...
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Former police officer Zaman Khan warded in ICU
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Bukit Aman Criminal Investigation Department director Zaman Khan Rahim Khan was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Kuala Lumpur Hospital (HKL) after he was reported to hav...
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Abdul Cauder wakaf land issue: Court strikes out OS
GEORGE TOWN: The High Court here today granted an application by Penang Islamic Religious Council (Mainpp) to strike out an originating summons (OS) related to the Abdul Cauder wakaf land (endowment) ...
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Senate approves Syarie Legal Profession (FT) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — Dewan Negara today approves the Syarie Legal Profession (Federal Territories) Bill 2019 which is aimed, among others, at setting up a Syarie Legal Profession Qualification Bo...
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Malaysian minister Azmin calls on Mahathir to not make way for Anwar
The fractious relationship between two key Malaysian leaders - premier-in-waiting Anwar Ibrahim and top minister Azmin Ali - took a new twist on Monday when Azmin called for Prime Minister Mahathir Mo...
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MITI initiates anti-dumping probe on fibre cement board products from Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): The government has decided to initiate a preliminary investigation on imports of cellulose fibre reinforced cement flat and pattern sheets or fibre cement board (FCB) from Indo...
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MITI initiates anti-dumping probe on FCB products from Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 — The government has decided to initiate a preliminary investigation on imports of cellulose fibre reinforced cement flat and pattern sheets or fibre cement board (FCB) from In...
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Malaysian traders in durian storm slapped with RM2,000 fine
GEORGE TOWN, Malaysia - It was win some, lose some for the durian sellers in Macalister Road who were caught in a social media storm for selling three durians at almost RM1,000 (S$331.26). The Dome...
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Traders in durian storm slapped with RM2,000 fine
GEORGE TOWN: It was win some, lose some for the durian sellers in Macalister Road who were caught in a social media storm for selling three durians at almost RM1,000.
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RM937 for 3 durians ‘reasonable’, rules ministry in dismissing woman’s complaint
GEORGE TOWN: The domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry today declared as “reasonable” the almost RM1,000 that a woman paid for three durians to a stallholder on Macalister Road.
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Durians reasonably priced, but duo issued compounds for not complying with regulations
GEORGE TOWN: An investigation into the “three durians for RM1,000” controversy revealed that the fruits were sold at a reasonable price despite claims otherwise.
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‘The Witcher’: Netflix shows the appeal of a dark horse (carrying Henry Cavill)
As it leads up to a San Diego Comic-Con presentation centred around new fantasy adventure series The Witcher, Netflix has revealed a first look at one final, essential cast member: a trusty chestnut-coloured horse called Roach.
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Dewan Rakyat passes Syarie Legal Profession (Federal Territories) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR: The Dewan Rakyat today passed the Syarie Legal Profession (Federal Territories) Bill 2019, aimed at establishing the Syarie Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Syariah Lawyers’ Body and...
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This made my day: Veteran Malaysian pilot quits to fly with daughters
Seeing that both his daughters have earned their wings, a veteran pilot left a 40-year-long career at Malaysia Airlines to become their colleague.
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Dewan Rakyat passes Syarie Legal Profession (Federal Territories) Bill 2019
KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 — The Dewan Rakyat today passed the Syarie Legal Profession (Federal Territories) Bill 2019, aimed at establishing the Syarie Legal Profession Qualifying Board, Syariah Lawyers...
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Omesti to gain RM25m from sale of Formis
KUALA LUMPUR (July 15): Omesti Bhd has sold its entire stake in Formis E Solutions Sdn Bhd to CTOS Holdings Sdn Bhd for RM26.88 million cash.
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2,000 Self-service laundrettes operating without gas licences
PUTRAJAYA: About 2,000 self-service laundrettes in Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah do not have approvals as well as individual gas licences issued by the Energy Commission, and are therefore at risk of ...
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2,000 self-service laundrettes operating without gas licences, says Energy Commission deputy director
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): About 2,000 self-service laundrettes in peninsular Malaysia and Sabah do not have approvals as well as individual gas licences issued by the Energy Commission, and are therefore at risk of explosions.
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Mandatory chambering for would-be syarie lawyers
KUALA LUMPUR: Prospective syarie lawyers will undergo six-months of mandatory chambering if the Bill for the Syarie Legal Professional (Federal Territories) Bill 2019 is approved.
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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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Govt moots mandatory chambering for would-be Shariah lawyers
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Prospective Shariah lawyers will undergo six-month of mandatory chambering if the Bill for the Shariah Legal Professional (Federal Territories) Bill 2019 is approved.
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Lim Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix) leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation suit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation suit against Perkasa and two others.
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Lim Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA (July 11): The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng gets leave to appeal in defamation suit against Perkasa
The Federal Court today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Guan Eng granted leave to appeal defamation lawsuit against Perkasa
PUTRAJAYA, July 11 — The Federal Court here today granted Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng leave to proceed with his appeal relating to his defamation lawsuit against Perkasa and two others.
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Norwegian Air CEO and founder steps down
OSLO: Low-cost travel pioneer Bjorn Kjos is stepping down as chief executive officer of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, just as the discount carrier makes headway toward resolving a debt crisis that was fueled by the rapid expansion he led.
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After Maszlee, Islamic finance expert Daud Bakar is IIUM’s new president
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Noted Islamic finance expert Datuk Mohd Daud Bakar has been appointed as the eighth president of the International Islamic University of Malaysia (IIUM), seven months after t...
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French tycoon Tapie acquitted over huge Sarkozy-era payout
PARIS, July 9 — Flamboyant French businessman Bernard Tapie was today acquitted on charges of defrauding the state of more than €400 million (RM1.86 billion) with a massive 2008 arbitration award ...
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Deutsche Bank CEO Slashes 18,000 jobs in US$8.3b overhaul
FRANKFURT: Deutsche Bank AG unveiled a radical overhaul that will see the lender exit its equities business, post a 2.8 billion-euro ($3.1 billion) second-quarter loss and cut the workforce by a fifth to reverse a slide in profitability.
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Arrest of JI leader in Indonesia may signify resurgence in terrorist acts
PETALING JAYA: A resurgent Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) in Indonesia has raised concerns it may revive long-dismantled cells in Malaysia and Singapore, the South China Morning Post reported today.
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Mujahid: Standardisation of Shariah law by end of next year
PUTRAJAYA, July 4 — The standardisation and co-ordination of Shariah laws nationwide is expected to be able to be realised at the end of next year, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department...
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Standardised syariah laws by end of next year - Mujahid
The standardisation and coordination of syariah laws nationwide are expected at the end of next year, Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa (photo, above) said.Speaking at the D...
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RCI recommendations should be implemented, says Ku Li after police report on...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): The government should accept the recommendations of the Royal Commission of Inquiry (RCI) on Bank Negara Malaysia's (BNM) 1990s foreign exchange (forex) losses scandal, says Ten...
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Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand committed to developing Rubber City
BANGKOK (June 30): The world's top producers of natural rubber – Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand – are committed to strengthening collaboration to develop Rubber City in the Indonesia-Malaysia-T...
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Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand committed to developing Rubber City
BANGKOK: The world’s top producers of natural rubber – Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand – are committed to strengthening collaboration to develop Rubber City in the Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand G...
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Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand committed to developing Rubber City
BANGKOK (June 30): The world's top producers of natural rubber – Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand – are committed to strengthening collaboration to develop Rubber City in the Indonesia-Malaysia-T...
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A. Aida short of RM200,000
ACTRESS and producer Datuk A. Aida (pic) has lodged a police report about RM200,000 vanishing from her bank account.
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More measures to protect consumers
PETALING JAYA: A new legislation may be needed to regulate the co-operative movement besides placing it under the Financial Services Act 2013 (FSA) as a co-operative’s operations and objectives are different compared with a licensed financial institution.
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Drug dens, robber hideouts: Calls grow for KL’s Highland Towers to be torn down 25 years after disaster
KUALA LUMPUR: With its floor-to-ceiling cobwebs and silent surroundings, the two remaining buildings of Highland Towers looked like an ideal hideout for shady characters.
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Perak Corp unit to boost property sector
IPOH: Perak Corp Bhd subsidiary PCB Development Sdn Bhd (PCBD) has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Cycleworld Global Sdn Bhd, Asia’s main manufacturer of structural polyurethane panels, to further boost the property sector in the state.
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Author: I never blackmailed Anwar, I offered him book rights
PETALING JAYA: The author of Why Anwar Should Not Be PM has refuted allegations that he blackmailed PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Old folks’ home will be closed over abuse: Exco
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan Social Welfare Department (JKM) will shut down a senior citizen care centre which allegedly abused its residents as viralled on the social media on Monday.
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Seremban nursing home involved in alleged abuse to be closed, exco says
SEREMBAN, June 20 — The Negri Sembilan Social Welfare Department (JKM) will shut down a senior citizen care centre which allegedly abused its residents as made viral on social media on Monday.
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Writer: I’m not blackmailing Anwar, just trying to sell him rights to book
PETALING JAYA: Author Yahaya Ismail today denied attempting to blackmail Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim for RM400,000. He said he was merely trying to sell the publishing rights to his book to the PKR pres...
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SRC's ex-director Suboh takes witness stand, after three years on the run
KUALA LUMPUR (June 20): Former SRC International Sdn Bhd director Datuk Suboh Md Yassin (pictured) took the stand as a key witness in the graft case against former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Raza...
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SRC's ex-director Suboh takes witness stand, after three years on the run
KUALA LUMPUR (June 20): Former SRC International Sdn Bhd director Datuk Suboh Md Yassin took the stand as a key witness in the graft case against former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today.
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I did not blackmail Anwar, says author Yahaya Ismail
PETALING JAYA: The author of "Why Anwar should not be PM" denies that he ever blackmailed the PKR president.
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I never blackmailed PKR MP, says author Yahaya Ismail
PETALING JAYA: Author Yahaya Ismail today denied blackmailing Sungai Petani MP Johari Abdul over a book disparaging PKR leader Anwar Ibrahim, saying he only wanted to sell the copyright to the book to...
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Traders still reluctant to display price of items
Johor Unity, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Committee chairman Dr S. Ramakrishnan said the level of awareness amongst traders in displaying the price of items sold under the Price Control Order 1...
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Abuse claims at nursing home true, claim former workers
SEREMBAN: Former employees of a nursing home for seniors have claimed that a Facebook video showing an elderly resident being taunted by a supervisor was a true depiction of what has been happening at...
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Abuse claims at nursing home are true, former workers claim
Former employees of a nursing home for seniors have claimed that a Facebook video showing an elderly resident being taunted by a supervisor was a true depiction of what has been happening at the home ...
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Abuse claims at Seremban nursing home true, claim former workers
SEREMBAN, June 19 — Former employees of a nursing home for seniors have claimed that a Facebook video showing an elderly resident being taunted by a supervisor was a true depiction of what has been ...
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Court orders Johor land dept to deal with Orang Asli over compensation
JOHOR BARU: The High Court has directed the Johor Land and Mines director to negotiate with a group of Orang Asli with regard to compensation for a piece of land acquired from them 26 years ago.
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Court orders Johor to negotiate with Orang Asli over land acquired in 1993
JOHOR BARU: The High Court here has directed the Johor Land and Mines director to negotiate with a group of Orang Asli over land the state government acquired in 1993, which is 26 years ago.
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Palm climbs tracking soy, helped by weak ringgit
KUALA LUMPUR (June 17): Malaysian palm oil futures rose on Monday, shadowing higher U.S. soyoil prices on the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), while a softer ringgit also supported.
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SPACE to hold Application Days
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Boustead Plantations CEO Chow retires, Azlan to be acting chief
PETALING JAYA: Boustead Plantations Bhd’s chief executive officer Chow Kok Choy will be stepping down from his post effective July 31, following his retirement after serving the group for nearly five decades.
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Boustead Plantations CEO Chow Kok Choy retires, Azlan Jaafar named acting CEO
KUALA LUMPUR (June 14): Boustead Plantations Bhd says CEO Chow Kok Choy is retiring from the group come July 31.
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Boustead Plantations CEO Chow Kok Choy retires on July 31
KUALA LUMPUR: Boustead Plantations Bhd chief executive officer (CEO) Chow Kok Choy, a veteran planter, will retire on July 31 after 48 years with the group.
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E3 2019: Triple Zelda – Breath Of The Wild 2, Link's Awakening, Cadence Of Hyrule
Nintendo covered three major additions to the Zelda franchise at the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo.
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Johor orang asli issue to be settled
JOHOR BARU: The Johor government is committed to ending the plight of an orang asli group that has yet to receive compensation for land eviction despite winning two legal cases.
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Delay in demolition plan
By Shalini Ravindran Redevelopment of the Highland Towers site will have to wait as legal issues have delayed the planned demolition this month.
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