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Johor Group Asks Why Umno Was Distributing Aid When NGOs Told...

A Johor parliamentary foundation chief questioned why an Umno division was allowed to take over the distribution of food and aid to the needy when the government restricted NGOs from doing so.

Seven Sworn in as Perak Exco Members

Seven Perak assemblymen were sworn in as state executive council (exco) members at Istana Kinta in Ipoh today.

Mont Kiara Joggers Fined RM1,000 for Flouting MCO

The magistrate’s court in Kuala Lumpur today fined 11 men – including nine foreigners – RM1,000, in default of four weeks’ jail, for flouting the MCO by jogging.

SMEs, Facing Bankruptcy, Ask for More Help

Local SMEs, especially retailers, say not enough help is forthcoming to help them survive the impact of the MCO on their businesses.

Woman Arrested for Calling Cops “Idiots” at Roadblock

A 44-year-old woman was arrested today for verbally abusing police personnel manning a roadblock here for the nationwide MCO.

Covid-19: 140 New Cases, Total 2,766 Cases, Death Toll 43

Six people have died from Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing Malaysia’s total fatalities to 43.

Experts: A “Waste” to Spray Roads with Disinfectant

Several medical experts have dismissed the effectiveness of disinfecting road surfaces and pathways from contamination by the coronavirus.

Zuraida Lambasted for Hazmat Suit “Publicity Stunt” During Sanitation Exercise

PKR Youth chief Akmal Nasir has lambasted Zuraida Kamaruddin for a "publicity stunt" during a sanitation exercise in several areas yesterday.

MCO: 30% of Malaysian SMEs Have Cashflow Only for March, Another...

33% of SMEs have just enough cashflow for them to pull through in March, while 37.8% can only sustain themselves until April 2020.

EMCO for Menara City One on Jalan Munshi Abdullah

The Menara City One on Jalan Munshi Abdullah will be placed under the EMCO beginning March 31 until April 13.

Covid-19: 271 Cases Detected in Hulu Langat; 91 from Madrassah

A total of 271 Covid-19 cases were recorded in Hulu Langat, Selangor, which has been placed under an EMCO since last night.

Covid-19: 156 New Cases, 3 Deaths, Highest Number of Discharges at...

A total of 156 new cases of Covid-19 and three deaths were reported up to noon today, along with the highest number of discharges so far, at 91.

Trade Group Presses Putrajaya to Do More to Rescue SMEs

The Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry urged the government to come up with more measures to support businesses, especially SMEs.

Syed Saddiq Denies Stolen RM250K Belonged to Party

Syed Saddiq has denied news reports alleging RM250,000 cash stolen from a safe in his house belonged to Bersatu.

Anwar: Review Blanket Ban on NGOs Delivering Aid

PKR president Anwar Ibrahim has urged the government to loosen restrictions on NGOs and civil society bodies distributing food aid to the needy during the MCO period.

Bad Times Ahead for SMEs

Thousands of companies could fold and millions of people would lose their jobs in a matter of weeks if the embargo on business activities is prolonged.

Alibaba’s Third Batch of Medical Aid Arrives in Malaysia

The third batch of the Alibaba Mercy Mission flight carrying essential medical supplies in aid of the country's fight against Covid-19 arrived at the KLIA last night.

Politicians Slammed for Vote-Fishing Attempts During Crisis

Outdated tactics that are unethical and immoral, especially when the country is going through a crisis.

Patriot Lodges Police Report over Fake News Targeting President

Patriot has lodged a police report over alleged fake news that involved its president Mohamed Arshad Raji.

Dzulkefly: Tabligh Attendees Slow to Come Forward Due to Lack of Symptoms, Not Distrust

Datuk Seri Dzulkefly Ahmad has dismissed the possibility that those who attended the Sri Petaling tabligh event were slow to get tested for Covid-19 since they did not trust authorities.

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