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Death penalty - ‘special committee’ another excuse for abolition delay?
LETTER | Malaysians against Death Penalty and Torture (Madpet) is tickled by the announcement of Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Law) Liew Vui Keong that a special committee to look for...
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Fire station to be built in Batu Sapi next year – Liew
Liew (fourth left) presenting financial assistance to one of the fire victims yesterday.
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Special committee set up to study alternative to mandatory death sentence
PUTRAJAYA: The government has agreed to set up a special committee to look for alternatives to the mandatory death sentence.
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Minister: Special committee to study alternative to mandatory death sentence
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 6 — The government has agreed to set up a special committee to look for alternatives to the mandatory death sentence.
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Ban on open burning in Sarawak still being enforced
Law confirms that the peat fire behind Miri Industrial Training Institute (ILP) has completely been put out.
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Cops seek man's help in probe into Amri's disappearance
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The police are looking for a man to help in the investigation into the disappearance of social activist Amri Che Mat in November 2016.
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Base decision solely on evidence, family urges appeals court
KUALA LUMPUR: The family of a murdered banker is pleading with the appeals court in Putrajaya to vet the evidence thoroughly before making its final decision on the case this Friday.
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According To Netizens, These Are The Potential Pros & Cons Of Gojek Coming To M’sia
If you haven’t already heard, the Cabinet has agreed in principle to Syed Saddiq’s proposal to bring Indonesian motorcycle ride-hailing service Gojek into Malaysia.
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Hot weather causes peat areas to burn again
Law (centre) with other Bomba personnel pose for a group photo after a long day of work yesterday.
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New hotspot detected near ILP Miri, API readings at ILP Miri, SK Kuala Baram 2 increase again as of 8am
MIRI: A drone belonging to the Civil Defence Force has detected a new hotspot near Miri Industrial Training Institute (ILP Miri) at around 6pm yesterday.
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Last of fires in Sector 3 doused after 20 days
Volunteers from Naim douse the ground at Sector 2 to ensure that there are no flames remaining in the area.
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Water bombing more effective in fighting fire — Law
Law (third left) and others at the press conference.
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Haze recedes as change in wind direction and rain bring relief to Miri
Some areas around Kuala Baram are still on fire, with Bomba and MMEA working to douse the flames.
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China warns it could quell HK protesters, Trump urges Xi to meet them
Hong Kong braced for more mass protests over the weekend, even as China warned it could use its power to quell demonstrations and US President Donald Trump urged his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, t...
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Suspend driving licences of road ragers, say analysts
PETALING JAYA: Motorists involved in road rage incidents should be suspended from driving and be required to undergo anger management treatment and evaluation before they can put their hands on the st...
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Miri’s API reading rising steadily
A view of Miri City showing haze blanketing most parts of the city from the Grand Oil Lady at 11am today.
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Singapore BMW passengers criticised for 'chope-ing' parking lot in Malaysia
No self-respecting Singaporean leaves the house without a pack of tissue - how else would you chope, or reserve, your seat at crowded hawker centres?
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Bomba’s efforts in battling raging peat soil fires draw praise from netizens
A firefighter battling the fire at Permyjaya peat land on Sunday.
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API reading at SK Kuala Baram 2 breaches hazardous level, API at 302 at 10am (Video)
MIRI: The Air Pollutant Index (API) reading at SK Kuala Baram 2 had breached the hazardous level of 302 at 10am, which was a significant increase from only 153 at 6am today.
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Mirians expected to breath easier today after firemen put out biggest forest fire at Permyjaya
A Bomba personnel was pictured fighting off peat fire at Permyjaya on Sunday.
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As Miri chokes, rep urges landowners to help out
Ting (right) and Law look at the haze situation from the Tudan Watch Tower.
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ILP Miri monitoring station continues to record hazardous API reading of 380
The hazy view at the Tudan intersection.
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Forest, peat soil fires continue to rage across Kuala Baram as winds fan the flames
Thick smoke billowing across a land lot in Kuala Baram as a result of the ongoing fires.
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Helicopter used to water-bomb forest, peat fires in Miri
MIRI (Aug 6): Fire-fighting operations in the Kuala Baram area have intensified with the use of a helicopter to put out the blaze which engulfed forest and peat soil areas measuring 4.8 hectares today...
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Sabah passes bill to outlaw deviant teachings of Islam
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah legislative assembly today passed a bill outlawing deviant interpretations of Islam in the state to ensure the teachings of the religion are “pure”.
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Helicopter used to water-bomb forest, peat fires in Miri
MIRI: Fire-fighting operations in the Kuala Baram area have intensified with the use of a helicopter to put out the blaze which engulfed forest and peat soil areas measuring 4.8ha today.
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Helicopter used to water-bomb forest, peat fires in Miri
MIRI (Aug 6): Fire-fighting operations in the Kuala Baram area have intensified with the use of a helicopter to put out the blaze which engulfed forest and peat soil areas measuring 4.8 hectares today...
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Poor conditions affecting firefighting efforts as peat soil fires continue to rage across Kuala Baram
Firefighters working to extinguish the forest and peat soil fire currently raging in Kuala Baram.
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Helicopter used to water-bomb forest, peat fires in Miri
MIRI, Aug 6 — Fire-fighting operations in the Kuala Baram area have intensified with the use of a helicopter to put out the blaze which engulfed forest and peat soil areas measuring 4.8 hectares tod...
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Sandakan to get waste incinerator – MP
Liew (centre) clearing the trash with Trash Hero Sandakan volunteers during the clean-up programme at Batu Sapi Heritage Park yesterday.
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Senator Urges Law To Protect Men From Making Stupid Suggestions
PUTRAJAYA: In the wake of a less than favourable response to his anti-seduction law, PKR Senator Mohd Imran Abd Hamid today urged parliament to consider a law be enacted to protect men from embarras...
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Nine people made homeless after fire destroyed two houses
Firefighters battling the flames to ensure that no remnants of the fire left at the scene.
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NRD staff pleads not guilty to falsifying IC
KOTA KINABALU: A National Registration Department (NRD) employee was charged in the Sessions Court here today with falsifying an identity card in May 2013.
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From lawyer to insect farmer: Malaysian entrepreneur touts roasted crickets as healthy, sustainable snack
KUALA LUMPUR: Large blue containers containing around a million crickets filled a shophouse in Kuala Lumpur.
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Quick-thinking of longhouse residents save it from total destruction in fire
The charred remains of some parts of the longhouse after the fire.
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Govt should allow for public feedback before passing IPCMC Bill, says lawyer
KUALA LUMPUR, July 19 — Civil rights lawyer Syahredzan Johan today urged the government to engage with the public before passing the Independent Police Complaints and Misconduct Commission (IPCMC) B...
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Don’t divert attention away on GST issue, DAP Youth leader tells BN after attacks on Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR, July 17 — Barisan Nasional (BN) MPs are embarrassing themselves by attacking Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng, DAP Youth vice-chief Shakeer Amir said today.
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Ex-LDP president never used party funds for personal use – Tsen
Tsen (second right) holding the testimonial Chin wrote.
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S'pore and Malaysian home affairs ministers reaffirm working ties
KUALA LUMPUR • Singapore's Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shanmugam met Malaysia's Home Affairs Minister Muhyiddin Yassin on an official visit to Kuala Lumpur yesterday, during which the two minis...
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Money not from 1MDB won’t be forfeited
Liew (fourth right) handing over a mock cheque of RM10,000 to Wong in support of the event.
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SAR operation mounted to locate missing guide in Mulu National Park
SAR team searching the river for Roviezal.
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Call for urgency in eradicating fish bombing
Ong KOTA KINABALU: Liberal Democratic Party assistant secretary David Ong urged authorities to have a sense of urgency to eradicate fish bombing in Sabah.
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SAR at Mulu National Park suspended due to heavy rain
MIRI: Heavy downpour has forced the search and rescue (SAR) operation to locate a local tour guide reported missing after being swept away by strong currents at the Deer Cave, Mulu National Park, temp...
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Dutch tourist killed in Malaysia cave floods, guide missing
KUALA LUMPUR: Flash floods killed a Dutch tourist in a popular cave located in the rugged Mulu National Park on Malaysia's Borneo island, an official said Saturday (Jul 13), as a search continues for...
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Dutch tourist found dead in Mulu National Park
MIRI: The foreign tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in the Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park and was found dead at 6.40am today was a Dutch national and not a German.
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Dutch tourist found dead in Mulu national park
MIRI  (July 13): The foreign tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in the Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park and was found dead at 6.40 am today was a Dutch national an...
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German tourist found dead in Mulu National Park
MIRI (July 13): A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7 a.m. today.
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Long Palai longhouse burnt down, 20 lose homes
MIRI (July 13): Twenty occupants of a longhouse belonging to the Kenyah community in Long Palai lost their homes in a fire early this morning.
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German tourist found dead at Mulu National Park
MIRI: A German tourist reported missing during a flash flood at Gua Rusa (Deer Cave) at Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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German tourist found dead in Mulu National Park
MIRI: A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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Missing German tourist found dead in Mulu National Park
A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Gua Rusa (Deer Cave) in the Mulu National Park in Sarawak was found dead at 7am today.
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Missing German tourist found dead after flash floods in Malaysia's Mulu caves
MIRI, MALAYSIA - A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Malaysia's Mulu caves in the state of Sarawak was found dead on Saturday (July 13).
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20 reportedly left homeless after longhouse fire in remote Sarawak settlement
MIRI, July 13 — Twenty occupants of a longhouse belonging to the Kenyah community in Long Palai lost their homes in a fire early this morning.
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Body of German tourist missing in Mulu cave flash flood found
MIRI (Bernama): A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) at the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am on Saturday (July 13).
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Flash flood claims German tourist in Sarawak’s Mulu National Park, guide still missing
MIRI, July 13 — A German tourist who was reported missing during a flash flood in Deer Cave (Gua Rusa) in the Mulu National Park was found dead at 7am today.
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Four Malaysian drug convicts face execution after Singapore rejects clemency petitions
PETALING JAYA: Four Malaysians convicted of drug-related offences in Singapore face imminent execution after its president rejected the clemency petitions of up to 10 prisoners over the past week, says Lawyers For Liberty.
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Fire destroys warehouse near Miri Airport, no casualties reported
MIRI: A warehouse near Miri Airport here was 90 per cent destroyed in a fire which broke out in the wee hours today.
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Sabah govt sets up task force to look into raising age of marriage to 18
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government has formed a task force to oversee the amendment of laws to raise the minimum marriage age to 18, reaffirming its commitment to end child marriage in the state.
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Dewan Rakyat passes asset declaration motion by voice vote
KUALA LUMPUR (July 1): The Dewan Rakyat has passed a special motion today that makes asset declarations compulsory for members of parliament (MPs). The motion faced some rejection earlier during a deb...
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Sifma to feature musical theatre group, operatic tenors
(From left) Law, Xydas, and Haddour will perform pieces from musical theatre.
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Govt body to look into human rights
PUTRAJAYA: For a long time, issues pertaining to human rights have not been properly addressed as there has not been any specific ministry to look into this.
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Penan boy found drowned after falling into Baram river
MIRI: A primary one pupil of SK Long Banga in Ulu Baram was found drowned after he fell into the Baram river at around 7am today.
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Securemetric eyes new markets
PETALING JAYA: Securemetric Bhd has set its sights on becoming a major digital security player across South-East-Asia, by banking on its regional expansion strategy and the synergistic benefits from its new substantial shareholder – China’s Feitian Technologies Co Ltd.
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How to spot a good deal
Price is not the only factor when considering whether to buy a particular property The idea of a good property deal usually conjures up images of properties being sold below market rate.
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CEO claims trial to cheating
KOTA BARU: A CEO of a company was charged at the magistrate’s court here today with cheating a man using fake documents in 2016.
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Hong Kong investors snap up affordable property in Malaysia with an eye on...
(June 18): Homebuyers in Hong Kong are looking at Malaysian property as second homes and for retirement, with Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Johor Bahru garnering a lot of interest because of affordable pri...
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Man hospitalised after crocodile attack in Miri
MIRI, June 1 — A 31-year old man has been warded at the Miri Hospital with serious right leg injury after he managed to free himself from the jaws of a crocodile at Tutoh river in Marudi, Baram earl...
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Kedah CID chief among seven senior officers involved in PDRM reshuffle
KUALA LUMPUR, May 28 — Kedah Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief SAC Mior Faridalathrash Wahid, is among seven senior police officers involved in a reshuffle that comes into effect on July...
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Malaysia's law minister denies interfering with Singapore's judicial system
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's de facto Law Minister Liew Vui Keong has denied interfering with the Singapore Court of Appeal's decision to stay the execution of P. Pannir Sel...
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Liew denies interfering with Singapore’s judicial system
PETALING JAYA: De facto Law Minister Datuk Liew Vui Keong has denied interfering with the Singapore Court of Appeal’s decision to stay the execution of P. Pannir Selvam, a Malaysian citizen convicted of a drug charge.
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Malaysian minister denies interfering with Singapore court case on death row inmate
PUTRAJAYA: A Malaysian minister on Sunday (May 26) denied that he interfered with Singapore's decision to grant a stay of execution to a Malaysian citizen on death row.
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‘No exceptions for Malaysians on death row in Singapore’
SINGAPORE: Since Pakatan Har­a­pan took power, it has made three requests to stop executions of Mal­aysians in Singapore, two of whom are drug traffickers, says Law and Home Affairs Minister K. Shan­mugam.But he said Singapore could not make exceptions for Malaysians sentenced to death as it would undermine the rule of law here.
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LFL hammers 'arrogant, childish and silly' S'pore minister
Lawyers for Liberty (LFL) described Singapore's Law and Home Affairs Minister K Shanmugam as arrogant over his remark that some Malaysian ministers are "ideologically opposed" to the death penalty.
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What can we buy for RM365.20? We could find our best friend and buy him an education.
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US state secretary meets with Hong Kong pro-democracy leader
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Hong Kong pro-democracy leader Martin Lee on Thursday, the State Department said, as Hong Kong activists seek to derail a proposed extradition law pushed by ...
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New tint rules will affect road safety and security, says expert
PETALING JAYA: A road safety expert has urged Putrajaya to reconsider its decision to allow darker tint on car windows, saying it should take into account the local infrastructure, driver attitudes an...
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How do ministers and their BN shadows rate their performance?
In conjunction with the first anniversary of the Pakatan Harapan administration, Malaysiakini has asked each ministry to assess their own performance.
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Who to sue when a robot loses your fortune
Robots are getting more humanoid every day, but they still can’t be sued.
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There'll be no referendum on Sarawak's position in M'sia
KUCHING: There will be no referendum on Sarawak's position in Malaysia, the Sarawak Legislative Assembly heard.
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Respect legislators, Penang speaker tells govt dept directors
GEORGE TOWN: Penang assembly speaker Law Choo Kiang today told state and federal department directors not to look down on the state’s legislators who came to them for help, following claims that a d...
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Exco calls BN rep ‘liar’ during heated debate on PPR eviction
GEORGE TOWN: A state executive councillor called an opposition member a liar during a heated debate on the recent eviction of six families from the PPR flats at Taman Manggis at the state assembly tod...
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Penang State Assembly sitting moves to Dewan Sri Pinang due to renovation
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Legislative Assembly sitting for this year, including the session from tomorrow until May 6, will be held at Dewan Sri Pinang because of renovation works at the state assembly ...
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Penang assembly shifts to Dewan Sri Pinang as 200-year-old building undergoes repair
GEORGE TOWN: This year’s Penang legislative assembly meeting will be held at the Dewan Sri Pinang to make way for a RM3.6 million restoration project for the 200-year-old state assembly building on ...
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200-year old Penang Legislative Assembly building closed, to undergo RM3.6m facelift
GEORGE TOWN, April 25 — The 1820s Penang Legislative Assembly building will be given a RM3.673 million facelift so it will be closed for a year, Speaker Datuk Law Choo Kiang said.
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Sedania appoints Nisa Ismail as new CEO for its Islamic fintech unit
KUALA LUMPUR (April 23): Sedania Innovator Bhd announced today that it has appointed Nisa Ismail as the new chief executive officer for its wholly-owned fintech subsidiary Sedania As Salam Capital.
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Najib's SRC Trial: Who’s who and the charges
Najib, 66, the sixth prime minister of Malaysia, is the first premier to find himself in the dock.
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Sabah amending native laws to set marriage age at 18
KOTA KINABALU, April 18 — The Sabah state government said today it will amend legislation by the next state legislative assembly meeting to ban child marriage.
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Fire Dept put out blaze in 70ha area in Miri
MIRI: The plantation, bush and peat fire, which caused Kuala Baram to be hazy, has been brought under control, with the blaze covering 70ha extinguished late this evening.
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Bomba starts water-bombing to contain peat fire
MIRI: The Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) started water-bombing here yesterday to contain the stubborn peat fire affecting over 100 ha of land in Kuala Baram.
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Here's everything you need to know to follow Najib's SRC trial
The first of Datuk Seri Najib Razak's trials in relation to scandal-ridden fund 1Malaysia Development Bhd began last Wednesday (April 3), despite efforts to delay the trial.
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Store assistant charged with possessing 21,934 fake branded shirts
KUALA LUMPUR: A Bangladeshi clothing store assistant pleaded not guilty at the sessions court here today to the charge of having in his possession a total of 21,934 shirts that were falsely branded th...
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Drafting of Bill to amend Constitution was a botched job, says Sarawak CM
KUCHING: It was a "mishandling" that led to the less than satisfactory wording of the constitutional amendment to restore Sabah and Sarawak as equal partners, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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Harapan doing good job with overpriced BN projects, says expert
The Pakatan Harapan government, which is nearing its one-year anniversary, has axed some projects awarded by the previous government and is in the midst of reviewing and renegotiating several other pr...
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Pakatan leaders disappointed over failed attempt to amend Federal Constitution
KUALA LUMPUR, April 9 — Pakatan Harapan leaders expressed their disappointment after the attempt to amend the Federal Constitution, with regard to the status of Sabah and Sarawak, was shot down at t...
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Rome Statute - Harapan merely carrying out BN’s promise
LETTER | On March 15, 2011, the Malaysian Bar released the following statement: “The Malaysian Bar welcomes the comments made last week by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the Minister i...
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‘From Courtroom to Classroom’ programme instils legislative knowledge in school kids
PUTRAJAYA, April 8 — Secondary school students throughout the country will get an early understanding of the legislative system through the ‘From Courtroom to Classroom’ programme.
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KK Court ICS System, a boon for all: Mohd Shafie
KOTA KINABALU: The Integrated Court System (ICS) installed at the new Kota Kinabalu Court can cut down red tape and facilitate various processes as well as improve case management and hearing, says Sa...
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Dayak NGO asks Sarawak to train Native Court judges
KUCHING, April 2 — Dayak National Congress (DNC) today called on the Sarawak government to train Native Court judges on the complexities of the legal system and native customary laws.
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Singapore continues to monitor situation in Pasir Gudang as more illegal dumping found
SINGAPORE: Authorities in Singapore are monitoring the situation in Pasir Gudang, as more illegal waste dumping sites have been found in the area.
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