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Judge erred in holding Najib accountable for SRC funds, says defence
Lawyer says it is clear RM42 million singled out as intended gratification.
409,784 fully vaccinated against Covid-19
More than one million vaccine doses administered so far, Adham Baba says.
Include us in vaccine committees, private hospitals urge Putrajaya
Association also seeks approval to procure own supply of Covid-19 jabs.
Track cyclist Fadhil is first athlete to get Covid-19 jab
First dose of Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine received at Desa Tasik Sports Complex vaccination centre in Cheras.
Liu is a chauvinist DAP could do without, say party leaders
Tony Pua, Hannah Yeoh hit out at Sg Pelek assemblyman over ‘diluting Chinese-ness’ remark.
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Construction sector needs 1.2 million workers, stakeholders say
Labour shortage started before Covid-19 hit, but has since worsened.
Look into phone-tapping, not Zahid-Anwar exchange, says ex-law minister
Zaid Ibrahim also questions why a police report must be lodged before a probe can commence.
Indian voters can swing 62 federal seats in GE15, says Ramasamy
Seats are located in Kedah, Penang, Selangor, KL, Negri Sembilan and Johor.
Malaysia, NZ committed to defence partnership
Defence ministers also discuss need to strengthen cooperation on cybersecurity between the two armed forces.
Hold Umno polls after GE15, says Terengganu party chief
Ahmad Said says this will avoid giving any advantage to Bersatu to disrupt party unity in run-up to national election.
Muafakat just a political gimmick for PAS, says Ahmad Said
Former Terengganu MB says too much bad blood killed alliance off from the start.
Yearning for the day HIV, dengue were the biggest problems
Suresh Kumar says there is no textbook to refer to in treating Covid-19.
Train derails near UKM station
KTMB says no casualties reported, services between Batu Caves, Sungai Gadut delayed.
Hishammuddin calls for end to Umno infighting
Sembrong chief says constant bickering disrupts party momentum going into election.
Muslims to begin fasting tomorrow
King makes royal decree after consulting with Conference of Rulers.
Noor Hisham asks public to be vigilant during Ramadan
Health D-G fears spike in cases from mass gatherings at bazaars, mosques.
Bank Rakyat declares 13% dividend for FY20
Payout of RM373.36 million to be credited into 834,302 members’ accounts effective today.
Muhyiddin pledges RM4 million to Sikh community
PM plays up spirit of inclusivity as he thanks Sikhs for role in national development.
MACC extends remand for suspects in Project Cartel investigation
Officers get till Friday to grill all but one of the suspects.
Immigration Dept grants overstaying foreigners extension
Khairul Dzaimee Daud says difficulty in securing flights, Covid-19, means some people unable to return home.
Najib’s lawyers labour the point in SRC International appeal
Protracted submission frustrates prosecutors, eats up their time to make case.
Eateries can operate until dawn during Ramadan
Senior Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob says this is to make it convenient for those who are about to begin their fast.
Noor Hisham warns of uptrend in active Covid-19 cases
Number of new infections has risen steadily over past five days.