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35 homes in Putatan suffer roof damage due to strong winds
KOTA KINABALU: Strong winds have blown away and damaged roofs of some 35 houses in Putatan during midnight on Thursday (Sept 12).
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Johor Govt to introduce 'Prihatin Johor' homeownership for B40 group
JOHOR BAHRU (Aug 17): The Johor Government is considering to introduce a housing scheme called ‘Johor Prihatin’ for the B40 group.
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Johor Govt to introduce 'Prihatin Johor' home ownership for B40 group
JOHOR BAHRU (Aug 16): The Johor Government is considering to introduce a housing scheme called ‘Johor Prihatin’ for the B40 group.
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Celebrating the arrival of the all-new Costa Coffee Stores
The all-new Costa Coffee Stores have arrived, bringing the complete Costa Coffee experience and London’s favourite coffee to Malaysia. Featuring great coffees, handcrafted to perfection by master baristas, customers can look forward to enjoying favourites such as the Flat White!
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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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School trip tragedy: Malaysian boy dies after falling through rotting bus floorboard
A 12-year-old boy was killed on Thursday (June 4) in Kelantan when he fell out of a moving bus through a rotting floorboard that had given way.
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Meaningless for Umno to own Media Prima now, says Najib
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Umno president Najib Razak says the decision to give up the party’s shares in Media Prima, Malaysia’s largest media conglomerate, is because it felt the party would no longer ...
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No proof to support coordinated cover-up by cops, oversight body tells RCI
PUTRAJAYA: The Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission (EAIC) decided not to investigate an alleged “coordinated cover-up” by the police in the discovery of human trafficking camps and graves in P...
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Media Prima falls 6.58% as 1Q net loss widens to RM40.4m
KUALA LUMPUR (May 31): Media Prima Bhd shares fell 6.58% this morning after its net loss for 1QFY19 widened to RM40.41 million, from RM21.83 million, due to declining advertising expenditure (adex) an...
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CIMB Research downgrades Media Prima, cuts target price to 34 sen
KUALA LUMPUR (May 31): CIMB Research has downgraded Media Prima Bhd to “Reduce” at 38 sen with a lower target price of 34 sen (from 51 sen) and said Media Prima’s 1Q19 core net loss of RM40.4 mi...
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‘Malaysia aware of Wang Kelian graves before Thais’
PUTRAJAYA: The public hearing of the Royal Commission of In­­quiry (RCI) into the discovery of temporary transit camps and mass graves in Wang Kelian in Perlis was told that Malaysian authorities were aware of the presence of the camps and graves earlier than their Thai counterparts.According to New Straits Times (NST) journalist Aliza Shah Muhammad Shah, the then Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar, however, decided not to disclose the discovery at the request of his Thai counterparts.
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Reporter says ex-IGP wanted Thais to announce discovery of graves first
PUTRAJAYA: Former inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar announced the discovery of mass graves and human trafficking camps in Wang Kelian four months late to allow Thailand to “blow up” the...
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Oversight body dropped probe into police misconduct after meeting with top brass, RCI told
PUTRAJAYA: The 23rd witness at the royal commission of inquiry (RCI) into the mass graves at Wang Kelian today said the Enforcement Agency Integrity Commission (EAIC) had decided not to investigate th...
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Guan Eng wins suit against NSTP, Utusan over ‘Singapore spy’ claim
PUTRAJAYA: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today won a seven-year legal battle against two media groups over publications which labelled him a “Singapore spy”.
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NSTP CEO Jalil to retire by end of the month
KUALA LUMPUR: Media Prima Bhd has announced the retirement of Datuk Seri Abdul Jalil Hamid as chief executive officer of The New Straits Times (Malaysia) Bhd (NSTP) at the end of this month.
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Mustapha Kamil appointed as NSTP’s interim CEO
KUALA LUMPUR: Media Prima Bhd has appointed the executive director of news and editorial operations Mustapha Kamil Mohd Janor as interim CEO of The New Straits Times (Malaysia) Bhd (NSTP) beginning Ap...
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NSTP CEO Jalil to retire March 31
KUALA LUMPUR: Media Prima Bhd has announced the retirement of Datuk Seri Abdul Jalil Hamid as chief executive officer of The New Straits Times (Malaysia) Bhd (NSTP) at the end of this month.
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