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Fifth rabies patient not in critical condition - 20/07 10:37 pm

The man, who hails from Kampung Remun, Serian in Sarawak was placed in a special isolation ward at the Sarawak General Hospital (HUS) for intensive monitoring.

Hindraf's suit on Dr Zakir Naik for hearing on Sept 7 - 20/07 7:27 pm

The High Court here today set Sept 7 to hear an originating summons filed by the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) chairman P. Waytha Moorthy and 18 others on international preacher Dr Zakir Naik.

Government revives proposal to build new runway in Pulau Tioman - 20/07 6:01 pm

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the government will revive the proposal to build a new runway at Kampung Genting, Pulau Tioman in efforts to place the island on par with other famous resort islands.

SPNB to build housing projects near sewage treatment plants - 20/07 6:01 pm

The government aims to build 500,000 housing units through the new technology of Syarikat Perumahan Negara Berhad (SPNB) in the next five to ten years.

National Stadium, Bukit Jalil nominated for World Architecture Festival .. - 20/07 3:27 pm

The National Stadium in Bukit Jalil, upgraded recently, has been nominated to compete in the New and Old Completed Building category at the World Architecture Festival 2017.

PM Najib opens boardwalk on Pulau Tioman - 20/07 3:18 pm

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today opened a boardwalk connecting Kampung Tekek to Kampung Air Batang in Pulau Tioman here.

Two policemen arrested for bringing prohibited items into police lock-up - 20/07 1:22 pm

Two policemen have been detained for allegedly bringing prohibited items into the police lock-up here.

Police on full alert to avoid security threats ahead of SEA Games - Noor .. - 20/07 7:20 am

Police have planned security measures and taken proactive initiatives to prevent any threats from terrorists.

No entry into Penang for dogs from Perak, Sarawak - 19/07 11:56 pm

Dr Afif Bahardin said the decision was taken to prevent rabies from spreading in the state.

Ministry to study flexible road tax payment system - 19/07 10:09 pm

The initiative would benefit prudent drivers based on their vehicle conditions, mileage and traffic offences' demerits.

Fine on RTD top officer proves transparency of legal system - Aziz - 19/07 9:37 pm

The fine imposed on a top officer of the RTD for driving on the emergency lane proves the transparency of the country's legal system.

School gangsterism: Don't hide the facts from us - Johor police chief - 19/07 6:31 pm

He said this is to curb school gangsterism although the students usually carried out such activities outside of schools.

No change in fuel prices this week - 19/07 5:50 pm

RON95 is priced at RM1.97 per litre, while RON97 is priced at RM2.22 per litre.

PM Najib congratulates Khairul Hafiz on breaking 200m sprint national .. - 19/07 5:21 pm

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today congratulated national sprint king Khairul Hafiz Jantan on smashing the 49-year-old 200m national record.

EC to get notice of Lenggeng seat vacancy today - 19/07 5:05 pm

The Negeri Sembilan State Legislative Assembly is to inform the Election Commission, most probably by today, of the vacant Lenggeng state seat.

Immigration Department detains 84 employers for harbouring illegal workers - 19/07 4:11 pm

Immigration director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said the statistic was from Ops Mega which was launched on July 1 throughout the nation.

Malaysia, Morocco ink agreement on visa-free travel - 19/07 2:54 pm

Malaysian and Moroccan nationals with valid travel documents will soon be able to make official or social visits to each other's countries without a visa for up to 90 days.

Sarawak confirms fifth victim of rabies - 19/07 1:33 pm

A 52-year-old man has become the fifth victim of rabies in the infected district of Serian in Sarawak.

Reflect Sabah's friendliness and culture, tourism players told - 19/07 9:19 am

Industry players are told to be "more careful in their actions" as the industry had become very competitive and sensitive.

Lenggeng assemblyman dies of heart attack - 19/07 7:48 am

The State Assemblyman for Lenggeng, Datuk Ishak Ismail died of a heart attack at the Hospital Tengku Ampuan Najihah, in Kuala Pilah near here at 11.25 pm on Tuesday.

Each detainee pays RM2000 to see family - Chuah - 18/07 11:55 pm

Each detainee is believed to have paid about RM2,000 to policemen who were allegedly in cahoots with a man who escaped police custody on July 9, as an inducement to take them to meet family members.

IGP denies PPIM's allegation of police inaction - 18/07 11:43 pm

Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar has denied an allegation by the Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association (PPIM) that the police failed to take action on complaints lodged by victims against a vehicle leasing.

Never take cat bites lightly - DVS - 18/07 10:20 pm

She said the risk of being infected with rabies not only came from dog bites.

PM Najib reiterates Malaysia not failed nation - 18/07 10:16 pm

He said the launching of the complex, which unified 11 religious agencies under one roof, proved that the government always strived to put Islam at its highest level.

Three more rabies infected areas declared in Sarawak - 18/07 9:40 pm

The decision was made in a coordination meeting chaired by Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas, who is also chairman of JPBN.

Agong consents to formation of Commission of Inquiry on BNM forex losses - .. - 18/07 7:53 pm

The PMO said the formation of the Commission was done according to the Commission of Inquiry Act 1950 (Act 119) and had taken effect from July 15, 2017.

RTD deputy director-general fined RM600 for driving on emergency lane - 18/07 6:20 pm

Road Transport Department (RTD) deputy director-general of planning and operations, Datuk Yusoff Ayob, was today fined RM600, in default seven days jail.

Serian rabies show link to Kalimantan, Sulawesi's cases - 18/07 5:28 pm

The rabies cases in Serian have genome sequence similar with virus strains originating from Kalimantan and Sulawesi.

Kedah records 200 percent increase of 'ring stuck on penis' cases - 18/07 5:11 pm

Kedahs Director of Fire and Rescue Department Malaysia (JBPM) Abdul Razak Muda said 10 cases were reported as of yesterday, compared to only three last year.

Amanah Negara Youth vice-chief charged with causing public nuisance - 18/07 3:25 pm

Amanah Negara Youth vice-chief Mohd Shazni Munir Mohd Ithnin pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate's Court here today to a charge of causing public nuisance at the Election Commission (EC) Building las

New GST initiative will attract more investments, increase job .. - 18/07 3:13 pm

The introduction of the zero-rated Goods and Services Tax (GST) would help attract more investments and increase job opportunities, said tax expert Senthuran Elalingam.

Former DAP rep's aide pleads not guilty to molest - 18/07 3:10 pm

A former aide of a DAP assemblyman pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate's Court here today to a charge of assaulting a woman with intent to outrage her modesty.

MISDEC: Remand order extended for father and son in alleged power abuse .. - 18/07 12:39 am

They were detained by MACC on July 11 and ordered to be in remand for seven days from July 12 to facilitate MACC's investigation of the case. The order expired today.

Rabies: JBPM prepared to assist in tackling outbreak - 18/07 11:27 am

He said the department had the experience and suitable equipment to do so.

CERITALAH ASEAN: Singapore has entered the "Age of Contestation" - 18/07 9:27 am

It's hard to see how the well-meaning but bland technocrats of the ruling Peoples Action Party (PAP) are going to cope with these political challenges.

No report on cars being purposely damaged - NS RTD - 18/07 7:52 am

However, he said the department viewed the matter seriously and would not hesitate to take action if such incidents took place.

Police seek five teens linked to assault of schoolboy - 18/07 7:40 am

The victim identified only as 'Allan', sustained injuries on the lips, forehead, left cheek and wrists and had sought treatment at the Sultanah Aminah Hospital.

I-Kad to be gazetted as valid identification for foreign students - .. - 18/07 7:34 am

Immigration director-general Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said once gazetted, the i-Kad could be used as a form of identification.

Cat bite case reported in Kuala Sepetang - 17/07 11:44 pm

Perak Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) director Dr Fuziah Muhayat said the victim was a 41-year-old woman who was also the owner of the cat.

MACC to record statements from witnesses in FIC's hotel deal - 17/07 10:42 pm

According to a reliable source, notice have been sent to the witnesses concerned for them to turn up at the MACC office for their statements to be recorded.

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