Turn yourself in, cops tell PKR’s Farhash again
PETALING JAYA: Selangor police have again ordered Farhash Wafa Salvador, the political secretary to PKR president Anwar Ibrahim, to surrender himself over a brawl at a recent sports complex in Ampang.
Indonesian planters see drought hitting palm oil output
KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA: Leading palm oil players in Indonesia see production growth being hit in the short to medium term, as the world's top grower of the edible oil faces drought across major planting regions that is expected to delay fruit ripening and lower output.
DoE inspects four factories in Pasir Gudang
JOHOR BAHRU (June 26): Four of the 30 chemical factories, which were short-listed by the enforcement authorities for inspection, following the incidents of breathing difficulty and vomiting in Pasir G...
DoE inspects four factories in Pasir Gudang today
JOHOR BAHRU (June 25): Four of the 30 chemical factories, which were short-listed by the enforcement authorities for inspection, following the incidents of breathing difficulty and vomiting in Pasir G...
Man stabs wife to death in a fit of jealousy
Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to death in a fit of jealousy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, Kota Kinabalu yesterday.City police chief ACP Habibi Majinji ...
Man stabs wife to death in fit of jealousy
KOTA KINABALU: Suspecting that his wife was having an affair, a man stabbed her to death in a fit of jealosy at their kongsi house in Jalan Teluk Likas, here at about 2am Monday.
Four-cornered race for PAS veep posts
The nomination of Terengganu Menteri Besar Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar for the PAS vice-presidency has resulted in an expected four-cornered fight for the three available posts in the upcoming party polls t...
Four ‘Geng 18’ members arrested in Petaling Jaya
KUALA LUMPUR: Four men, believed to be ‘Geng 18’ members were detained in an operation dubbed Ops Cantas, at an entertainment outlet in Dataran Mentari, Petaling Jaya near here early this morning.
Thank you to my teachers
ALBERT Einstein once said: “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute.
Running 'fowl' of the law
Four men were fined RM1,000 each after they pleaded guilty at the Johor Baru magistrate’s court on Wednesday for illegally transferring 13 chickens using an express bus from Kelantan into Johor in 2...
Banks lose appetite for new Brexit fight
LONDON: While Britain debates the merits of a second Brexit referendum, London's financial centre is steering clear of the argument, resigned to the need to shift some business elsewhere.
Westpac posts worst half-year profit since 2013
SYDNEY: Australia’s second-biggest lender Westpac Banking Corp posted its lowest half-year profit since 2013, as interest income shrank along with the housing market, and costs rose as the bank compensated customers for botched service.
Australia’s Westpac posts worst half-year profit since 2013
SYDNEY: Australia’s second-biggest lender Westpac Banking Corp posted its lowest half-year profit since 2013 on Monday, as interest income shrank along with the housing market, and costs rose as the bank compensated customers for botched service.
Four detained for migrant smuggling in Tawau
TAWAU: The Marine Police Force (PPM) detained four men in a raid at Kampung Tingat, Batu 8, Jalan Apas, here at about 11pm yesterday, on suspicion of smuggling in illegal immigrants.
Malaysian climber rescued from Mount Annapurna in Nepal
KATHMANDU (Reuters): A rescue helicopter plucked a Malaysian climber from Mount Annapurna in west Nepal on Friday (April 26), where he was stranded for two days after climbing the world's 10th highest mountain this week, officials said.
Factory bus lands in ditch, four women injured
MELAKA (Bernama): Four female Indonesian workers were injured when the factory bus they were travelling in skidded and landed in a ditch in Jalan Bachang near Taman Widuri here on Thursday night (April 25).
Wee: It will be harder for STPM students to enter public varsities
KUALA LUMPUR: Increasing the number of places for the matriculation programme will make it more competitive for Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) students to enter public universities, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.“At present, STPM and matriculation students are about 43,000 and 25,000 respectively.