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Will Perikatan face backlash over its GLC appointments? That depends on who gets what,...

Analysts say Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin is not likely to be concerned about how the allegations would affect his support. — Bernama...

Former DAP strongman Hu Sepang passes away, tributes pour in

Hu Sepang, along with other party leaders including Chen Man Hin Lim Kit Siang, Tan Seng Giaw, and Karpal Singh, was instrumental in setting...

Dr Noor Hisham awarded 2019 Most Notable Alumni by UKM’s Medical Faculty

The award was announced in conjunction with the faculty’s Sanjungan Kencana Award 2020, in UKM today. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — Health...

Various forms of assistance at Motac for tourism players – Nancy

(From right) Nancy and Ting look out from the window of a bamboo house at Libiki Bamboo Resort. BAU: The federal Ministry of Tourism, Arts...

MyPay integrates over 300 govt services digitally

Mustapa (left) gives the thumb-ups during the launch of MyPay Digital Financing and Payment e-Wallet. Also seen are (from second left) Sabri, Ahmad Dasuki,...

Sibu Express Boat Terminal may see surge in passenger volume ahead of school reopening

A woman and her two young daughters among a group of passengers arriving at Sibu Express Boat Terminal. SIBU: The Sibu Express Boat Terminal can...

Applications now open for first batch of SIA programme

Social entrepreneur Mathew Ngau Jau painting traditional Kenyah motifs on canvas made of tree bark recently. KUCHING: Applications are now open for the first batch...

Cuepacs urges PN government to fulfil promises of previous government to civil servants

Adnan speaking to the press while being flanked by Aidi (left) and Kamarol. KUCHING: The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil...

Work to restore electricity to Marudi on-going

MIRI: Work on restoring electricity supply to Marudi town is going on after some 4,000 customers suffered power outage around 4pm Thursday. A snapped conductor...

Use RMCO period to visit Malaysian attractions, says Nancy

Nancy is seen during a photo call at a bamboo house with (from front left) Harry, Miro, and Ting. BAU: Malaysians should use the Recovery...

Talks on using parts of road tax revenue to fix federal roads on-going

Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof KUALA LUMPUR: Negotiations are underway to include a portion of the road tax revenue into a special allocation to repair federal...

Voters to decide winner of Chini by-election under ‘new normal’

PEKAN: Today is the day for voters in the Chini state by-election to decide who will be their voice, after 14 days of campaigning...

Varsity students get free access to DIHs across Sarawak

Photo shows the seats and desks at a Digital Innovation Hub working space, which have been arranged to ensure compliance with SOP on social...

Cradle Fund murder case: Nazrin’s sister disagrees siblings were not close

The eldest sister of the late Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Nazrin Hassan, Che Elainee Che Hassan (centre), is seen at the...

Ismail Sabri: Airlines must reduce fares to pre-MCO levels since allowed full loads again

Senior Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said that the Special Meeting of Ministers concluded that airfares should consequently return to what they were...

Businessman claims loss of RM2.8m in Macau scam

A businessman lodged a police report claiming to have lost almost RM2.8 million to a Macau scam syndicate. ― Picture by Hari Anggara KUALA LUMPUR,...

Mohamed Azmin to meet industry players in Johor

International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali speaking at the Miti 2019 Excellent Service Awards Ceremony at the Miti Tower in...

Ahmad Zahid’s trial: Over RM1m cheques issued to Yayasan Akalbudi trustee, says witness

Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi at the Kuala Lumpur High Court July 3, 2020. — Bernama pic KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — A witness told...

Cuepacs urges govt to review previous govt’s plans for civil servants

Adnan Mat said Cuepacs had received a lot of feedback from civil servants that the agenda could not be implemented due to the change...

MACC in final stage of completing investigation papers on undersea tunnel project, says chief...

MACC chief commissioner Datuk Seri Azam Baki said the investigation papers on the project are expected to be completed within two to three weeks...

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