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MACC remands senior Terengganu cop in graft probe
The 30-year-old suspect has allegedly solicited and accepted a bribe of RM30,000.
Sarawak drops sales tax suit against Petronas
Written assurance over arrears amounting to almost RM1.3 billion.
Govt to lower ceiling price of face masks again
Minister Alexander Nanta Linggi says the current price of RM1.20 per piece will be reviewed.
Go after middlemen in Mara property scandal, urges Teresa
Aussies charge man with bribing Malaysian officials, Perikatan Nasional should live up to promise to crack down on graft.
Rosmah’s graft trial stopped, lawyer suffering from yesterday’s fall
Judge says the trial will continue on August 17 with the cross-examination of Jepak Holdings MD.
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How to progress when corruption seen as normal, asks Dr Mahathir
Former PM says ordinary folk pay price when country can’t progress because of graft.
SOP must be in place before Malaysia-Singapore travel allowed
City-state’s positive rate at 8.2%, warns health D-G over fears of 3rd wave of Covid-19 cases.
Despite tragedies, tahfiz schools refuse to act on safety
Muslim groups urge operators to take safety seriously before fires claim more lives.
Professionals on edge as moratorium nears end
Many prepared to apply for extension, cut back on spending to stretch salaries during economically challenging period.
Desperate tourism operators start selling assets
Activity ground to halt despite partial MCO, no more inbound tourists.
Ceiling price for masks may fall depending on supply, says minister
There is no supply shortage in the market at present, assures Alexander Nanta Linggi.
Govt scraps National Harmony and Reconciliation Commission Bill
National Unity Minister Halimah Mohamed Sadique says existing laws are adequate to ensure racial and religious harmony.
Ministry to help entrepreneurs affected by pandemic
This includes providing financing and training through various programmes.
Hishammuddin to contact US, China on South China Sea dispute
The foreign minister also stresses the importance of Asean solidarity as no single nation in the bloc has enough influence.
Olympic Games postponement ‘a blessing in disguise’, says minister
Reezal Merican Naina Merican says this gives more time for athletes to prepare for the games.
Najib withdraws review bid on lifting of stay on SRC International trial
Hearing tomorrow nixed, says lawyer.
Overstayed foreigners must settle fine before leaving, says Immigration
They must settle the fine of between RM1,000 and RM3,000 in person.
Malaysia ready to allow pilgrims to perform umrah
This depends on situation in Saudi and on home soil, says minister.
DBKL continues crackdown on illegal businesses run by foreigners
The city hall says goods and equipment have been seized while illegal structures have been demolished.
2016 travel ban on Maria within permissible grounds, apex court told
Former Bersih chairman barred from going to S. Korea to receive award for group.
1MDB scandal fugitives hiding in China, says IGP
Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil possibly in HK, Jasmine Loo believed to be in Shenzhen.
Immigration D-G says Rayhan to be deported on August 31 at earliest
Khairul Dzaimee Daud adds that Bangladeshi’s visitor pass has been revoked.
Families in Kedah virus hotspots to get govt food aid
MB estimates some some 2,000 households affected by movement restrictions.