Thousands stranded at Ipoh airport due to haze
PETALING JAYA - More than a thousand air travellers were left stranded at the Sultan Azlan Shah (LTSAS) airport in Ipoh, Perak, as flights were cancelled due to the worsening haze blanketing the east ...
Thousands stranded at Ipoh airport
PETALING JAYA: More than a thousand air travellers were left stranded at the Sultan Azlan Shah (LTSAS) airport in Ipoh, Perak, as flights were cancelled due to the...
Huawei calls for end of US restrictions, blacklist
HUAWEI Technologies Co said it opposed Washington's decision to add another 46 of its affiliates to an export blacklist and called on the US government to put an end to unjust treatment to the company.
Speaker to punish MPs who fail to declare assets
PETALING JAYA: The Speaker will mete out punishments to MPs if they fail to declare their assets should Parliament pass the special motion to make it compulsory for all lawmakers to declare their assets to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
‘Owner built walls on his own’
GEORGE TOWN: The owner of a resort along Jalan Batu Ferringhi may have been building walls on his own to prevent soil erosion for some time before a landslide struck, killing four foreign workers.
Medical Council at fault too
THE shocking revelation that a large number of “floating contract medical officers” are in limbo between being housemen and medical officers is not surprising, “No placements for housemen” (Th...
Brahim’s lapses into PN17 status
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 28): Main Market-listed Brahim’s Holdings Bhd (BHB) has lapsed into Practice Note 17 (PN17) status, after its shareholder equity fell below the 25% threshold.
Drug addicts pretend to look pious
KEPALA BATAS: Attempts by a group of 15 drug addicts to look pious by wearing skullcaps, did not fool the police who raided them in an operation in Kampung Bakau Tua, Kuala Muda here.
KL minister in hot water over his 'fake degree'
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysia's Deputy Foreign Minister was urged to resign yesterday following allegations that he lied about having a degree from Cambridge University, with an opposition lawmaker accusi...
Malaysia probes deadly market stampede
KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - A stampede in a Malaysian market that killed two elderly women as people rushed to collect free food coupons will be investigated by police, an official said on Tuesday (Jan 29).
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