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Seven Men Caught Playing Football, Jogging During MCO Fined RM1,000

Seven men who were caught playing football and jogging in a field were fined RM1,000 each with three months of community service for breaching the movement control order (MCO).

Stricter MCO Phase 2: New Business Hours 8am-8pm, Starting April 1

Public transportation and e-hailing services can operate from 6am to 10pm.

Kelantan Teen Rapist Kills One, Injures Another While Escaping

A teen stabbed to death one person and injured another in his bid to flee after raping a single mother today at Kampung Mujur, Jelawat.

Face Mask Ceiling Price Set at RM1.50

The new ceiling price for face masks has been fixed at RM1.50 per piece effective April 1.

Government Urged to Give Interest-Free Loans to SMEs

Putrajaya should include zero-interest loans for SMEs as part of the Covid-19 economic stimulus.

Covid-19: 35th Death in Malaysia

Another death due to Covid-19 was recorded, bringing the death toll due to the virus to 35.

Penang Cardiologist Pleads Not Guilty to Charge of Jogging During MCO

The 61-year-old doctor who defied the MCO by jogging in a park two weeks ago claimed trial at the Penang Magistrate’s Court today.

Global Coronavirus Cases Exceeds 704,000

The number of coronavirus cases worldwide surpassed 704,000 on Sunday.

Lockdown May Be Imposed in Several Selangor Areas

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah has not ruled out the possibility of the Enhanced movement control order (EMCO) being imposed in several areas in Selangor.

Lockdown in 7 Hulu Langat Villages After Tahfiz Students Tested Positive...

Putrajaya has announced today an enhanced movement control order in seven villages in Hulu Langat, after 71 positive cases were identified among 274 residents of a tahfiz school there.

Covid-19: Malaysia Reports 150 New Cases, 7 More Deaths

The Health Ministry today reported 150 new Covid-19 coronavirus infections in Malaysia and seven additional deaths.

Cash Handouts Under Prihatin Stimulus Package to Be Given out in...

The Bantuan Prihatin Nasional (BPN) cash handouts for low-income households worth RM10 billion will be disbursed in two phases based on the qualifying criteria.

NGOs Told Rules Restricting Their Food Aid Are for Their Safety

The government’s move to stop NGOs from sending aid directly to the needy is meant to safeguard their health against Covid-19.

Singapore Covid-19 Cases Surpass 800; Malaysians Among Infected

Singapore reported 70 new cases of Covid-19 on Saturday – its highest single-day tally – with four cases involving Malaysians who are Singapore Work Pass holders.

Perikatan Restores Funding for Opposition Seats

Perikatan Nasional has reallocated RM100,000 each to all opposition-held parliamentary constituencies.

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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