Spikes Asia Partners With MasterCard To Champion Creativity

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SINGAPORE, May 11 – MasterCard has been announced as the headline sponsor for this year’s Spikes Asia Festival of Creativity – the first time the Festival has partnered with a brand to celebrate excellence in creative communications from across the region. Both Spikes Asia and MasterCard have a long-standing commitment

Forcepoint 2016 Global Threat Report: Evasion, Insider Threats, Ransomware Advance; New “Jaku” Botnet Targets Asia

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MALAYSIA, May 11 – Forcepoint, a global leader in empowering organisations to drive business forward through transformative security technologies, today released the Forcepoint(R) 2016 Global Threat Report, detailing some of the latest evolving threats, gathered from more than three billion data points per day in 155 countries around the world. This

Customs D-G: GST Has Made Positive Impact

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KANGAR, May 11 – The implementation of GST has made a positive impact on the country’s revenue and economy, according to Customs director-general Datuk Seri Khazali Ahmad. He said the Royal Malaysian Customs Department had so far collected RM27.31 billion in indirect taxes from since the implementation of the Goods and Services

Dr Hilmi: Get Tested, Get Treated

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KUALA LUMPUR, May 10 – The Health Ministry, in collaboration with Malaysian AIDS Council and Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF), has launched its latest HIV and AIDS public awareness campaign, “Ending AIDS Begins Now” as a part of the National Strategic Plan for Ending AIDS 2016-2030. The campaign is themed ‘Ending

People Must Help Keep Penang Clean

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GEORGE TOWN, May 10 – Most people agree that Penang is a world-renowned tourist destination known for its heritage but some have commented that cleanliness in some places is not up to mark. Komtar, where the state administration office is located and is a transit hub for public transport especially buses,

Dr Mahathir Once Again Shares Stage With Opposition

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GEORGE TOWN, May 9 – Former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad once again shared a stage with the opposition when he delivered a lecture at the Straits Quay Convention Centre here Sunday. He delivered a Penang Institute-organised lecture entitled, ‘Quo Vadis, Malaysia? What’s next, Malaysia?’ for an hour before about 1,000

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