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Putrajaya Has Paid RM9B in Interest for 1MDB Debt

The government has paid at least RM9 billion in interest for 1MDB debts.

Police Deny Involvement of Fourth Individual in Rawang Shooting Incident

No woman was present when three suspects shot dead, say police.

Panther Spotted Near Homes in Dungun

If two months ago two tigers spotted roaming near Dungun sparked headlines, now a panther has been spotted in an area nearby.

Federal Government Will Restore Sabah, Sarawak’s Status

Dr Mahathir says the PH government is endeavouring to restore the status of Sabah and Sarawak as partners in the Federation, as provided for in the MA63.

Haze: 25 Putrajaya Schools Will Be Closed Tomorrow if API Reading...

As many as 25 schools in Putrajaya will be forced to suspend classes tomorrow if the API reading exceeds 200.

Murder Suspect of ‘Woman in Blanket’ Remanded

The man believed to be involved in the murder of a woman whose body was found wrapped in a blanket surrendered himself to the police.

Shared Prosperity Vision to Focus on Closing Economic Gap

The Shared Prosperity Vision is an effort to close the gap between the rich and the poor, urban and rural as well as worker income.

N95 Face Mask – Best Protection Against Worsening Haze

The public is recommended to wear the N95 face mask as a form of protection from the worsening haze currently enveloping parts of the country.

Accused in Gombak Laundrette Cat Killing Case to Enter Defence

The Sessions Court ordered a contract worker to enter his defence on the charge of ruthlessly or unreasonably causing pain or suffering to a cat.

Turkish Daily Publishes Saudi Journalist Khashoggi’s Last Words

Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah on Tuesday revealed the audio recordings of the final words of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Unhealthy Air Quality at Five Places in Selangor Today

Five areas in Selangor recorded unhealthy Air Pollutant Index readings as at 10 am today.

King’s Spontaneous Action Touches Award Recipient

When the King spontaneously left the royal dais to confer the award to Abd Latif Mohmod, his action touched and overwhelmed the latter.

Elderly Man Slits Own Throat After Causing Fatal Accident

A 66-year-old man died after he slit his own throat following an accident involving his car and another vehicle in Tanjung Karang.

Mujahid Declares Fridays ‘Jawi Writing Day’

Mujahid Yusof Rawa has declared every Friday a ‘Use Jawi Writing Day’ in an effort to encourage the use of the script.

After Delay, Cradle Fund CEO’s Murder Trial to Begin on Friday

Sixty witnesses to testify in Cradle Fund CEO's murder trial.


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