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More flood evacuees in Perak
129 people from 48 families housed in three relief centres in Taiping, Selama and Batang Padang.
Not inhumane to deny foreigners local rice, says Umno Youth chief
In the face of a shortage, needs of Malaysians must take priority.
Johor sultan says ready for kingly duties
Sultan Ibrahim says ascension to throne is not promotion but 'responsibility'.
Ringgit rises slightly on mild demand
In early trade, local note increases to 4.6855/6905 against the greenback.
102 villagers evacuated in Baling
Downpour caused Sungai Ketil to overflow, says Kedah disaster management head.
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Anwar meets with 15 major US companies in New York
Prime minister is attending the UN general assembly.
Don warns of resistance to proposed Penang special financial zone
Economics professor says federal government must have political will to drive project.
Help smallholders to boost food security, govt told
Lawan Lapar group urges Putrajaya to look deeper into issues plaguing farmers.
Regulatory body probes into fatal Putrajaya crash
Agency issues show-cause letter to operator of trailer that rammed into several vehicles.
MOE says students may wear traditional attire for school activities
Ministry confirms pupils can also wear accessories to complement cultural clothing.
Police nab 23 suspects over online job scam
Cops detain 12 locals, 11 foreigners during raid in Kuala Lumpur.
Sibu cops seize ship carrying 40,000 litres of diesel
Police say crew tried to bring cargo in without govt permit.
Local white rice supply sufficient in Selangor, says MB
Amirudin tells residents not make panic purchases.
Cops take Zaid’s statement over remarks on Zahid’s discharge
Ex-minister in the Prime Minister’s Department is investigated for sedition.
Ringgit ends easier v dollar after Fed strikes hawkish tone
Analyst says the local currency will remain vulnerable for the time being.
Rosmah’s bid for discharge baseless, says prosecutor
Poh Yih Tinn says no provision in income tax law prevents judicial action against ex-PM’s wife.
PAC to table 4 reports in Dewan Rakyat next month
MPs will know the progress of the littoral combat ship project on October 9.
Works Ministry detects 1,577 high-risk slopes nationwide
Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi seeks RM17 million to install early warning systems.
Central database to be ready in January, says Rafizi
Economy minister thanks stakeholders for cooperation in developing PADU system.
Couple gets 2 years’ jail for abusing boy
Judge also orders father and stepmother to be placed on a two-year good behaviour bond.
Part of 1MDB’s loan money went into Najib’s account, court told
Five transactions took place between June 23, 2014 and December 17, 2014, central bank analyst says.
Nov 9 decision on Syed Saddiq’s CBT, money laundering trial
High Court judge Azhar Abdul Hamid will deliver the verdict at the end of the defence case.
Shell’s sour gas processing plant in Bintulu to begin operations in 2026
Project costs US$10 billion, Abang Jo says.