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No polio cases detected in Labuan, says Dr Noor Hisham

Health Director-General Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said following the detection of poliovirus in the sewage sample collected from the locality, the Ministry of...

Chini by-election: Voters say ‘new normal’ makes voting easier and faster

A voter casts her ballot at the Kelas Al-Quran dan Fardu Ain (KAFA) Felda Chini 3 polling centre in Pekan July 4, 2020. ―...

Youths show Malaysia’s lawmakers that virtual Parliament completely possible

The initiative, known as Parlimen Digital, saw 222 youth representatives reflecting the federal seats in Malaysia convene a two-day debate session beginning today. —...

Covid-19: Do not be complacent, continue to follow SOP

File photo shows the SOP-compliant table arrangement at a hawker centre in Sungai Antu Market, Sibu. KUALA LUMPUR,:The number of Covid-19 positive cases has dropped...

St Teresa’s Catholic Church in Sibu to reopen for Mass on July 11

Photo source: kkrconline.com SIBU: St Teresa’s Catholic Church at Teng Chin Chua Road is reopening for Mass next weekend on July 11. In a statement today,...

Authorities seize fake motorcycle spare parts worth RM34,597 in Kepong raid

PUTRAJAYA, July 4 ― The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) raided a company suspected of selling fake motorcycle spare parts and...

Bachok boat tragedy: MMEA extends SAR operations to 450 nautical miles

Kelantan MMEA director Captain Muhd Nur Syam Asmawie Yaacob said in the SAR operation conducted yesterday, the team still failed to locate the two...

Communications minister encourages public to visit cinemas, support local film industry

People wearing protective face masks sit while social distancing before watching a movie at a TGV cinema in Central I-City, Shah Alam July 1,...

Report: Police question cover designer of ‘Rebirth’ book banned over state crest

Bukit Aman Criminal Investigations Department deputy director for investigations Mior Faridalathrash confirmed that federal police have questioned the graphic artist behind the cover of...

Chini picks new assemblyman in voting today

Barisan Nasional candidate Mohd Sharim Md Zain casts his vote at the Kelas Al-Quran dan Fardu Ain (KAFA) Felda Chini 3 polling centre in...

RM7 bln project in Lok Kawi

Shafie (centre) with (left to right) Ishak, Jamalul, Lim and Wee showing the signed YS-TBSB joint development agreement at Sabah State Administration Centre yesterday. KOTA...

UCSF staff thank CM for intervention

Ahmad, Abidin and other employees of UCSF giving the thumbs up to Shafie for helping to resolve the university’s financial woes. KOTA KINABALU: The employees...

Man jailed, fined RM200,000 over 20 green turtle eggs

KOTA KINABALU: A 21-year-old man was slapped with one year’s jail plus a hefty fine of RM200,000, in default, two years’ jail for illegally...

513 in Kiulu, Tamparuli join Upko

Madius receiving the membership forms from Justin yesterday. TUARAN: A total of 513 people from various political parties have joined United Progressive Kinabalu Organisation (Upko). They...

Motorcyclist killed in Tuaran crash

Police carrying out investigation at the scene of accident at Tuaran bypass, near Taman Canggih. KOTA KINABALU: A motorcyclist was killed when he rammed into...

Maximum 250 people allowed at events – CM

Shafie KOTA KINABALU: The State Government has allowed government and private bodies to hold events with a maximum capacity of 250 people. Chief Minister Datuk Seri...

Crocodile attack victim still missing

The search and rescue team getting ready to search for the victim reported attacked by a crocodile yesterday in Kalabakan River. KALABAKAN: A search and...

Fetus in sewer shocks workers

The fully developed fetus found at a waste trap near Wisma Customs Headquarters yesterday. KOTA KINABALU: Sewer maintenance workers got the shocked of their lives...

Collaboration to recycle bed linen into face masks

Shangri-La’s CSR partner, Josepheine Felix Jumin (standing) making the face masks with AHDC volunteer,   Patricia Totu. KOTA KINABALU: Shangri-La Group  recently partnered with  Diversey...

Unemployed man gets jail after failing to pay fine for insulting Agong

An unemployed man, Sahril Zainudin, 26, was fined RM27,000 in default nine months’ jail by the Sessions Court hereor insulting the Yang di-Pertuan Agong...

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