Topic: Teo Kok Seong
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...
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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...
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...
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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