Zaim Ibrahim


2 days ago

Aid for fishermen not enough, say associations

Putrajaya’s stimulus package insufficient to generate returns in six months.

Aid for fishermen not enough, say associations

3 days ago

192 more quarantine stations gazetted as Covid-19 cases rise

Hotels, madrasahs, varsities and Serdang agro park among premises to house patients if hospitals full.

192 more quarantine stations gazetted as Covid-19 cases rise

4 days ago

B40 households face uncertain future despite cash aid, rent waiver

Those who have lost their income fear Covid-19 aftermath.

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B40 households face uncertain future despite cash aid, rent waiver

1 week ago

No virus infection among 30,000 Hindu festival visitors, says Penang

State Health Dept has been monitoring those who went to the Sri Singamuga Kaliamman Temple on March 8.

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No virus infection among 30,000 Hindu festival visitors, says Penang

1 week ago

Small-time businesses, traders plead for help

Any move to extend MCO will be disaster, say operators reeling from 2-week order to contain Covid-19.

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Small-time businesses, traders plead for help


1 week ago

Social distancing ‘impossible’ for families in low-cost flats

3 generations living under one roof common, straining finances and adding to stress under movement-control order.

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Social distancing ‘impossible’ for families in low-cost flats

1 week ago

Penang to revoke licences, seize goods of errant businesses

Enforcement officers will continue to check hotspots to ensure businesses comply with the order.

Penang to revoke licences, seize goods of errant businesses

2 weeks ago

Penang sets aside RM20 million for traders, hawkers

CM says state govt working out way to disburse funds to help sellers affected by movement-control order.

Penang sets aside RM20 million for traders, hawkers

2 weeks ago

Virus or no, weddings must go on

Those planning to marry during school holidays can’t get refunds, take precautions.
 

Virus or no, weddings must go on

2 weeks ago

Shelves emptied of rice, instant noodles, nappies as Malaysians panic-buy

Shoppers, often pushing two or more trolleys each, grab everything in sight in readiness for a lockdown.

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Shelves emptied of rice, instant noodles, nappies as Malaysians panic-buy

2 weeks ago

Ikan kembong glut fishermen’s bane, consumers’ boon

Change in season sees some Penang fishermen making a measly RM30 for a tonne of catch.

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Ikan kembong glut fishermen’s bane, consumers’ boon

3 weeks ago

Pakatan the architect of its own demise, say Kedah voters

It failed to communicate its message to the people, curb infighting, residents lament at opposition ceramah.

Pakatan the architect of its own demise, say Kedah voters

3 weeks ago

Dr Mahathir warns of return to kleptocracy under Muhyiddin

Former prime minister launches scathing attack on successor’s ‘backdoor government’.

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Dr Mahathir warns of return to kleptocracy under Muhyiddin

3 weeks ago

Ditch corrupt Umno leaders first, Dr Mahathir tells PM

Former prime minister only prepared to consider talks if Muhyiddin distances himself from tainted allies.

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Ditch corrupt Umno leaders first, Dr Mahathir tells PM

3 weeks ago

Find and arrest Adib’s killer, family pleads

They hope the new govt and new Attorney-General will make the case a priority, and hopes justice will prevail for the late fireman.

Find and arrest Adib’s killer, family pleads