MACC Nabs Police Station Chief For Demanding Bribe

MALACCA, Feb 27 – A police station chief in Malacca was arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for demanding a bribe of RM6,000 for the release of an individual arrested on drug offences yesterday. Malacca MACC director Abu Talib Othman said the 53-year-old police sergeant was arrested based on a public

Pakatan Harapan To Use One Logo In GE14

PETALING JAYA, Feb 27 – The opposition Pakatan Harapan is to use a logo or symbol of one of its four component parties in the 14th General Election if the application to register the pact is not approved by then, said chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. The pact had yet to

BNM: RM3.3b In Funding Still Available For SMEs

LABUAN, Feb 27 – A total of RM3.3 billion in funding is still available under the Bank Negara Malaysia’s (BNM) Funds for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) for working capital and the purchase of machinery. BNM Development Finance and Enterprise Department Director Marina Kahar said local SMEs, including start-ups, should leverage the

Nokia Relaunches Iconic 8110 Slider Phone

Seeking to capitalise on their comeback over the past year, the makers of Nokia phones are expanding to include a premium Android smartphone, their first, and a remake of one of its biggest hits of the 1990s, the 8110 “slider” phone. “Today another icon is reborn. And based on popular

Reporter Loses RM5k In Robbery

GEORGE TOWN, Feb 27 – A female journalist lost over RM5,000 and was left traumatised after being injured by two men who robbed her at Taman Impian Indah, Machang Bubok in Bukit Mertajam near here, yesterday. Lee Pei Pei, 36, a Chinese daily reporter, said two men on a motorcycle stopped

Zenith Clears The Air Over Undersea Tunnel Probe

GEORGE TOWN, Feb 27 – In its first formal statement after the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission had relaunched an investigation into the proposed RM6.3 billion undersea tunnel, its project delivery partner, Consortium Zenith Construction Sdn Bhd (CZC), has reaffirmed its commitment to undertake the mega infrastructure project. In a statement released via

Fire Leaves 34 People Of Kampung Muhibah Homeless

BINTANGOR, Feb 27 –  Thirty-four people from six families in Kampung Muhibah, Jalan Abang Amin, were left homeless when their houses were destroyed in a fire around 1pm, here today. Four other houses located nearby were also partially razed in the fire that rapidly spread due to strong winds.Bitangor Fire

Report To Police If Offered Title For Money

KUANTAN, Feb 27 – Individuals who receive offers or have information regarding the alleged sale of awards from the Pahang palace are urged to lodge police reports, Pahang State Secretary Datuk Seri Safian Ismail said today. He added this was especially necessary to assist the police in investigating cases which involved verbal

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