Najib Outlines Five Risks, Challenges To Overcome

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 25 – Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak last night outlined five new risks and challenges that Malaysia has to face. The Prime Minister identified them as the issue of geopolitics; peace and security, the economy, placing the people’s interests first, and the future and National Transformation 2050 (TN50). In

Afternoon Traffic Flow Slow Along Several Highways

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 24 – Traffic flow along several major highways continues at a sluggish pace as of 12pm today. According to a North-South Expressway Project Traffic Control Centre (PLUS) spokesman, traffic remained slow-moving northbound from Rawang to Bukit Beruntung, Bukit Beruntung to Lembah Beringin and Behrang to Gopeng. He said the

Malaysian Drug Smuggler Jailed For Life In Phnom Penh

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PETALING JAYA, Jun 24 – A 22-year-old Malaysian was sentenced to life in prison yesterday for trying to smuggle more than a kilogramme of heroin out of Cambodia last year. The heroin has a street value of around US$700,000 (RM3 million), the Cambodia Daily reported. Ahmad Johari Chung, from Sabah state, was arrested

Morning Traffic Crawl Along Several Major Highways

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 24 – Traffic flow along several major highways this morning is reported to be slow, an inevitable phenomenon every festive season. A North-South Expressway Project Traffic Control Centre (PLUS) spokesman said northbound traffic along the North-South Expressway was at a crawl from Sungai Buaya to Bukit Beruntung, Bukit Beruntung

TNB Has 8,800 Staff On Standby During Hari Raya

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PETALING JAYA, Jun 24 – Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has 8,800 TNB employees will be on duty during Hari Raya. TNB distribution network senior general manager Wan Nazmy Wan Mahmood said the employees would be on standby for 24 hours starting yesterday. “TNB is preparing to minimise any potential electricity interruption

Zahid Cautions Against Allegations Of Foreign Media

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PUTRAJAYA, Jun 24 – Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi today advised Malaysians to be calm and prudent in evaluating the allegations and slander intentionally planned by the foreign media to undermine the country’s image. He said the people should be positive and fend off all the issues raised

PPBM Member Lodges MACC Report Against Mahathir

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SHAH ALAM, Jun 24 – A member of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) today lodged a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission seeking a probe into the wealth of the family of PPBM chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. PPBM Shah Alam Division committee member Wan Mohamad Ashraf Nasjaruddin also handed over some

BNM: 23m Payment Cards Now Pin-enabled

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 23 –  About 23 million payment cards in Malaysia have been replaced with personal identification number- (PIN) enabled cards to-date, Bank Negara Malaysia said. In a statement today, the central bank said all payment card terminals deployed in the country, including outdoor payment terminals at petrol stations, had also

Crawling Afternoon Traffic Along Major Highways

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 23 – Afternoon traffic along major highways is reported to be crawling as of noon following the exodus home for Aidilfitri by city dwellers. A PLUS Malaysia Berhad told Bernama when contacted that traffic movement heading north was slow, while the flow southward was still smooth. Meanwhile a Malaysian

Traffic Slow Along Major Highways

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KUALA LUMPUR, Jun 23 – Traffic flow along major routes to the east coast and north of the peninsula as of 10am is reported to be slow in both directions. A Malaysian Highway Authority (MHA) spokesman said the chockablock stretching from the Gombak toll plaza to Lentang began to build up about

Thunderstorm Damages 15 Houses In Kulim

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KULIM, Jun 23 – Fifteen houses were damaged by a thunderstorm in Pekan Sungai Kob, Mukim Karangan near here yesterday. Kulim District Social Welfare Department officer Mohd Zarir Khozali told Bernama that the roofs of four houses in Kampung Baru were blown away in the incident around 4pm. He said falling trees

Sarawak Accepts Implementation Of Tourism Tax

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KUCHING, Jun 23 – The state government has accepted the implementation of the tourism tax which will be enforced from July 1, says Sarawak Tourism, Arts, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah. He said the decision was made after the matter was discussed in the state cabinet meeting

Perak JPJ Inspects 515 Buses In Raya Ops

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IPOH, Jun 22 – The Perak Road Transport Department (JPJ) inspected 515 express buses at four bus terminals in the state from June 18 until yesterday as part of the ongoing Aidilfitri ‘Ops Bersepadu’ operation. JPJ deputy director-general (operations) Datuk Yusoff Ayub said 22 summonses were issued during the period for various

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