Topic: June 2
No let-up in ‘no smoking’ drive, says Dzul
SERDANG: Some “recalcitrants” continue to smoke in open-air eateries despite the ban but the Health Ministry will continue its educational enforcement until the law comes into full force by next January, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
Chinese baguette king’s dream goes stale
BEIJING, June 26 — Chinese conglomerate Reward, whose CEO had ambitious plans to open 1,500 bakeries in China using flour produced on swathes of French land that he snapped up, has gone bankrupt acc...
Najib’s team get papers linked to charges of money laundering
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s trial of three money-laundering charges involving RM27mil of SRC International Sdn Bhd funds has served 26 documents containing more than 200 pages related to the trial to the defence team.
SRC trial: 26 documents with about 200 pages served to defence team
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The prosecution in former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s trial of three money-laundering charges involving RM27MIL of SRC International Sdn Bhd funds has served 26 documents containing over 200 pages related to the trial to the defence team.
Terengganu tightens enforcement at drawbridge
KUALA TERENGGANU (June 18): Stricter action will be taken against members of the public who fail to adhere to safety aspects and traffic rules along the route to Terengganu’s iconic drawbridge aft...
Teen’s dream in jeopardy
IPOH: A teenager’s dream to help his poor family by seeking a job in Singapore is in jeopardy after he collapsed due to illness.
Cops nab suspects over Kota Kinabalu couple assault
KOTA KINABALU: Police have arrested the two main suspects of an assault case in which a married couple was beaten up in front of shop at the Api-Api Centre here, an incident that was caught on camera ...
Girl suffers burns, allegedly inflicted by adoptive father
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A seven-year-old girl suffered burns on her face and other parts of her body, after she was allegedly tortured by her adoptive father with a hot metal spoon at their house in Taman Pinggiran Putra, Seri Kembangan, hear here.
Goldman Sachs: Oil prices steadying at current level
Bengaluru: Crude oil prices are likely to remain steady around current levels, as growing macro uncertainties, rising US output and large availability of core Opec nations’ spare capacity will offset supply constraints from Iran and Venezuela, according to Goldman Sachs.
90 deaths in first five days of Op Selamat 15
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Ninety deaths due to road accidents were recorded in the first five days of Op Selamat 15 in conjunction with Aidilfitri which was launched last Wednesday (May 29).
Why Google has a target on its back in Washington
June 2 — The US Justice Department is preparing an investigation of Alphabet Inc’s Google to determine whether the technology company violated laws to ensure fair competition, two sources familiar...
Penang launches experience Penang Year 2020.
GEORGE TOWN, June 2 — The Penang government tonight launched the Penang Experience Year 2020 with tagline The Diversity of Asia to usher in the excitement of Visit Malaysia Year 2020.
Musa back in Sandakan, hosts buka puasa gathering
SANDAKAN: Former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman made an “official” return to his political base here on Sunday (June 2), nearly a year after he was ousted following the 14th General Election.