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N. Sembilan govt studying how to deal with roaming cattle
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government has realised that it must take the bull by the horns and find a way to prevent cattle breeders from allowing their cattle to roam because it has led to a very d...
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Need for specific anti-racial discrimination law to strengthen unity
KUALA LUMPUR: The government should draw up the Anti-Racial Discrimination Act as an important step in efforts to strengthen unity in the country, according to Federal Territory PKR Youth chief Na’i...
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Report: Panellist withdraws from TV talk show on khat after threat by NGO
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 9 — A member of the Ministry of Education's curriculum drafting committee pulled out from a talk show on khat tonight, reportedly because she was threatened by an NGO opposed to th...
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NS govt willing to help out Nora Anne’s family
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government is ready to offer a helping hand to the family of Nora Anne Quoirin, 15, the Irish girl who has been missing from The Dusun resort in Nilai near here sinc...
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Experts: Learning khat writing will not jeopardise one’s faith
KUALA LUMPUR: Learning the art of khat (a form of Malay-Arabic calligraphy writing) or jawi writing will not jeopardise one’s religion, says Associate Professor Dr Lim Swee Tin.
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Learning khat will not jeopardise one’s faith: Experts
KUALA LUMPUR: Learning the art of khat (a form of Malay-Arabic calligraphy writing) or jawi writing will not jeopardise one’s religion, says Associate Professor Dr Lim Swee Tin.
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MPN loses almost 500,000 annually to illegal billboards: Exco
NILAI: The Nilai Municipal Council (MPN) has suffered losses of almost RM500,000 annually due to the illegal billboards constructed by irresponsible parties along the North-South (PLUS) Expressway in ...
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MCA criticises DAP’s role in new village election
SEREMBAN: MCA has commended the state Pakatan Harapan for holding the first election in a Chinese New Village post-GE14, but slam­med DAP for dominating the contest.State MCA chief Siow Koi Voon said DAP, led by Seremban MP and Transport Minister Anthony Loke, made frequent visits to the Paroi Chinese New Village to secure support for the party’s candidate.
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N9's first village chief election sees 41.39pct turnout
The Paroi New Village head election today, the first time such an election was held in Negeri Sembilan, saw a voter turnout of 41.39 percent or 339 out of the 821 eligible voters in the area.
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429 illegal billboards detected along PLUS highway in Nilai
SEREMBAN (July 6): The Nilai Municpal Council (MPN) had detected 429 illegal billboards along the North-South Expressway (PLUS), said Negeri Sembilan Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and N...
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429 illegal billboards detected along PLUS highway in Nilai
SEREMBAN: The Nilai Municpal Council (MPN) has detected 429 illegal billboards along the North-South Expressway (PLUS), said Negeri Sembilan Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and New Village ...
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Rep: Paroi village election a democratic test
SEREMBAN: The decision by the state government to hold an election at the Paroi Chinese new village tomorrow to elect a new village chief is an experiment to see if the move is workable.
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No proof vernacular schools cause disunity, say politicians, academic
PETALING JAYA: PAS member Salamiah Md Noor has come under fire for her recent remark that vernacular schools should be closed down as they do not unite the races, with politicians and an academic sayi...
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Pantai Hills resort yet to get approval from local council
SEREMBAN (June 12):  All 11 resorts at Pantai Hills Resort in Jalan Jelebu, near here, which have been operating for the past 10 years, have yet to get approval from the Nilai Municipal Coun...
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Pantai Hills Resort yet to get approval from local council
SEREMBAN: All eleven resorts at Pantai Hills Resort in Jalan Jelebu, near here, which have been operating for the past 10 years, have yet to get approval from the Nilai Municipal Council (MPN). State...
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Let’s frankly discuss matriculation issue, says academic
PETALING JAYA: A sociologist has called for frank discussions on the issue of maintaining the race quota in the university matriculation programme as well as on other matters that may bear on key prov...
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No fear of race riots, but be alert, says Anwar
KUALA LUMPUR: Anwar Ibrahim has sought to play down concerns voiced by an academic and an antique book dealer over the alleged resurfacing of racially charged rhetoric reminiscent of speeches that spa...
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Top secret document shows similarities between pre-May 13 politics and today
KAJANG: An academic and antique book dealer have voiced concerns over the resurfacing of racially charged narratives similar to those which led to the May 13 riots in 1969.
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Negri gives last chance to owners of illegal billboards
SEREMBAN: Owners of only 60 of 454 billboards put up illegally along the North-South Expressway (NSE) stretch running through Negri Sembilan have submitted applications to legalise them despite being given ample notice to do so.
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Negri to take down illegal billboards along NSE
SEREMBAN: Negri Sembilan authorities will start demolishing 394 illegal billboards along the North-South Expressway running through the state if owners fail to submit applications to legalise the structures before the Hari Raya holidays.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort — Negeri Sembilan MB
SEREMBAN (May 22): The Negeri Sembilan State Government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on Jalan Jelebu, near here.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort: Negri MB
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan state government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on the beach at Jalan Jelebu, here.
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Negeri Sembilan to investigate illegal resort on beach
The Negeri Sembilan state government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on the beach at Jalan Jelebu in Seremban.
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Illegal chalets built around Pantai Hills now pose danger
SEREMBAN: For over a decade, exclusive chalets, mostly with swimming pools, were built around Pantai Hills illegally.
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Committee to investigate illegal resort — Negeri Sembilan MB
SEREMBAN (May 22): The Negeri Sembilan State Government has set up a committee to investigate and check on the legality of a resort said to have been operating on Jalan Jelebu, near here.
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Negeri Sembilan to investigate chalets in Pantai Hills built on agriculture land
SEREMBAN (May 22): The state government wants to know how “exclusive chalets” near here have been allowed to operate “for more than a decade” without approvals According to a report by The Sta...
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Negri MB: Exclusive chalets in Pantai Hills built on agriculture land, probe launched
SEREMBAN: State authorities are investigating how exclusive chalets near here have been allowed to operate for more than a decade without getting the necessary approvals.
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Half of English teachers have poor English skills, says don
PETALING JAYA: An academic has urged the national teachers’ union to acknowledge that bad teaching is a primary reason for poor English proficiency among students.
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Racial conflict leaves no winners, says professor
KUALA LUMPUR: The bloody May 13 racial riots of 1969 should show Malaysians the truth of the Malay proverb kalah jadi abu, menang jadi arang (the loser turns to ashes, the winner to charcoal) that the...
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May 13 tragedy: A lesson on importance of unity
KUALA LUMPUR, May 12 — The bloody May 13 racial riots of 1969 should be a lesson for the multiracial people in the country to recognise the importance of staying united in order to maintain peace an...
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Make level playing field for matriculation, STPM, says bosses’ group
PETALING JAYA: An employers’ group today urged the government to synchronise the matriculation programme, the Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) examination, and pre-university courses, sayin...
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State govt will resolve issues of abandoned Rasah Heights project: Exco
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government is committed to resolving issues concerning the abandoned Rasah Heights housing project, says State Urban Wellbeing, Housing, Local Government and New Village C...
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Umno sec-gen: Rep's 'pendatang' comment is his personal view
Umno secretary-general Annuar Musa (above) said the party's Kemayan assemblyperson Mohd Fadli Osman's comment likening students in Chinese and Tamil vernacular schools to 'pendatang' (foreigners) was ...
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Tok Mat denies trying to woo Felda settlers with housing project in GE14
SEREMBAN: Former Negeri Sembilan menteri besar Mohamad Hasan today refuted claims that he had launched a housing project meant for second generation Felda settlers a few days before the May 9 polls in...
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Lots to do for national schools to be great again, says academic
PETALING JAYA: An educationist has given a list of issues for Putrajaya to tackle if it wants to improve the standard of national schools, following the prime minister’s call to make these great aga...
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Govt to amend environmental act to increase punishment
KUALA LUMPUR: The Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climatic Change Ministry has confirmed that it will amend the Environmental Quality Act 1974 to give it more bite.
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Negeri Sembilan State Govt, REHDA to address housing issues
SEREMBAN (March 16): The State Government will continue to work with the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association (REHDA) to address the issue of people who cannot afford to own houses.
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Negeri Sembilan State Govt, REHDA to address housing issues
SEREMBAN (March 15): The State Government will continue to work with the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association (REHDA) to address the issue of people who cannot afford to own houses.
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Restore parents’ faith in national schools, don urges Putrajaya
PETALING JAYA: An academic, who is against multistream schools, has urged Putrajaya to look into the reasons why parents are shunning national schools.
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Funding for independent Chinese schools, UEC, two different things, says academic
PETALING JAYA: An academic says Putrajaya does not need to recognise the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) in order to allocate funding for independent Chinese schools, following the call for the ...
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Street sweeper touched by Negeri Sembilan state honour
Never in her wildest dreams did road sweeper Chan Mun Thye think she would receive a state award.
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State award sweeps 60-year old retiree off her feet
KUALA PILAH: Never in her wildest dreams did road sweeper Chan Mun Thye think she would ever be appreciated, much less receive a state award.
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New dog pound built to house strays
SEREMBAN: Authorities are hoping the construction of a new dog pound in Kuala Sawah to house strays will end their merciless killings, says Urban Wellbeing, Hou­sing, Local Government and New Villages Committee chairman Teo Kok Seong.
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Address TAR UC’s grant issue, Wee tells Guan Eng
GEORGE TOWN: MCA has called on Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng to address the important issues concerning TAR UC grants instead of dwelling on trivial matters.
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Stop being evasive over TAR UC, Dr Wee tells Guan Eng
GEORGE TOWN: MCA has told Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng not to dwell on trivial issues to evade important matters on TAR UC.
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