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Nur Jazlan: Bid to Register PN Hits Snag

Efforts to register Perikatan Nasional appear to not have the backing of Umno, PAS and Sarawak parties.

Electricity Bill Discount Extended till December

Domestic electricity users across Malaysia will continue to enjoy discounts of up to 50% on their bills till Dec 31, 2020.

PKR Orders Tian Chua to Quit Government Post

Tian Chua has been instructed to resign as Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC) chairman.

Covid-19: 3 New Cases

Three Covid-19 infections were detected today, but no Malaysians were involved in the local transmission of the disease.

11 Arrested so Far in Datuk Seri’s Kidnap-Murder Probe

Selangor CID chief Fadzil Ahmat said they had so far arrested 11 suspects in connection with investigations into the kidnap-murder of Datuk Seri Arumugam Renganathan.

Agents: Malaysia Lost RM776M with MM2H Rejections

The rejection of 90% of MM2H applications has caused a loss of RM776 million for the country.

Anwar Tells Petronas: Explain CEO’s Premature Exit

Anwar Ibrahim today called on Petronas to explain the resignation of its CEO Wan Zulkiflee, whose tenure was supposed to end in April 2021.

Malaysiakini Fails to Set Aside Contempt Proceedings

Seven-member panel finds A-G had established prima facie case to initiate contempt proceedings against the portal and its editor-in-chief.

PH Says Ariff Proven as Speaker, Should Not be Replaced

The PH secretariat said Speaker Ariff Md Yusof and his deputy, Nga Kor Ming, should both remain in their posts to continue with ongoing parliamentary reforms.

Covid-19: Only One New Case

Malaysia recorded only one new Covid-19 case today, the lowest figure since March.

Schools to Reopen in Stages for Other Students Starting July 15

Schools nationwide will reopen beginning July 15, with primary students from Year One to Four to resume classes a week after that.

Hong Kong Marks Handover Anniversary as National Security Law Takes ffect

Hong Kong authorities threw a security blanket across the city early today after new national security legislation took effect in the financial hub.

Salleh Keruak: It Was a Mistake to Have Left Umno in...

Salleh Keruak, who is re-applying to join Umno, said that his decision to leave Sabah Umno on Dec 12, 2018 was a “mistake”.

Dr M Reiterates That Anwar Lacks Popularity with Malays to be...

Anwar Ibrahim is not suitable to as the prime minister candidate as he is allegedly not “popular” among the Malays.

Anwar Says He Doesn’t Do Backdoor Deals with “Shady Characters”

Anwar Ibrahim today denied rumours that he has been planning some “backdoor deals” with a few “shady characters”.

Faizal Azumu Running for Bersatu Deputy President Post

Perak Bersatu chairman Ahmad Faizal Azumu confirms he will be running for the deputy president post in the upcoming party election.

Covid-19: 5 New Cases

Malaysia recorded only five new positive Covid-19 cases today to mark a five-day stretch for the country with single-digit new cases.

Ku Li: No Umno Backing for Muhyiddin in GE15

Umno will not support Muhyiddin Yassin if there are fresh elections.

Cradle Fund CEO Murder Trial: Nazrin’s Sister Disagrees Siblings Were Not Close

The elder sister of deceased Cradle Fund CEO Nazrin Hassan told the High Court here today she disagreed with the notion that she was not close with her younger sibling.

Penang Exco Members: MACC Did Not Question Us

The MACC today visited the offices of P Ramasamy and Zairil Khir Johari but both state executive councillors denied they were questioned by the anti-graft agency.

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