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Selangor MB dismisses documents ‘proving’ Orang Asli land ownership in forest reserve
The land is merely for roaming and foraging, explains Amiruddin Shari.
Penang should explain questions on transport plan, says Baru Bian
This is after the removal of the project delivery partner model for the Pan Borneo Highway saved some RM2.8 billion.
District office ignoring proof of land ownership, says Kuala Langat Orang Asli
Selangor plans to degazette 930ha near Cyberjaya, saying aboriginal land overlaps with state-owned land.
Two more recover from Covid-19, no new cases
17 have now recovered from virus, while 5 more are still being treated in hospital.
No evidence that Malaysians will lose jobs over Covid-19
Authorities say the spread of the virus in Malaysia has been minimal and it is under control.
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School repairs have started, says Guan Eng after Sarawak CM’s complaint
Tenders for some schools delayed because of revisions by Education Ministry, says finance minister.
Pan Borneo Highway way behind schedule, says works minister
Baru Bian says the Sarawak portion of the project is now two months behind schedule and completion may be delayed one year.
Businesses can expect help in stimulus package, says Kian Ming
Companies should be prepared once economy rebounds in second half of the year, says deputy minister.
Japan Twitter users praise Malaysia’s Covid-19 response
They say Malaysia’s policy protects the infected, nation knows how to value people, who are the ‘most important resources’.
We took RM5 million in two bags for ‘RM’, witness tells Rosmah’s corruption trial
Businessman and director of solar project firm brought cash to the Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur’s Bukit Bintang, court hears.
Primary Industries Ministry to submit stimulus package proposal to MOF
Minister Teresa Kok says the commodities sector has not been badly affected by the virus outbreak but would like to be considered as well.
Gobind raps ‘criminal intimidation’ against Guan Eng
Comms minister says he has been informed that police report lodged over the matter.
Agong attends 256th rulers’ conference
Dr Mahathir, menteris besar and chief ministers accompany state rulers to conclave.
Indonesian charged with killing Terengganu man
29-year-old Junianto accused of murdering Mohd Zukanain Abdul Aziz in Kg Beril on February 12.
Putrajaya mulls cash aid for outbreak-hit tourism sectors
Ministry not optimistic of hitting Visit Malaysia Year 2020 targets, says Mohamaddin.
Woman’s body found in Puchong parking lot
Victim a local believed to be in her 50s; police combing crime scene and CCTV footage.
RM2.865 billion in savings for Sarawak highway project, says Baru
No more fees to project delivery partner will save RM1.2 billion, says minister.
MTUC wants revolving fund for low-wage earners in stimulus package
B40 and M40 workers usually left out of govt’s economic aid and incentives, says congress.
Airbnb takes feud with hoteliers to Health Ministry
Hotels’ rep accused of exploiting Covid-19 outbreak at expense of nation’s tourism industry.
Chinese restaurants ‘victim’ of Covid-19
Association reports nearly 1,000 outlets catering to about 40,000 to 50,000 mainland Chinese visitors some suffering losses of up to 80%.
MPs demand MACC probe into Bangsar-Damansara highway project
Residents opposed to RM211.5 million elevated road project funded partially by DBKL.
MH370 hunt ‘wasted’ A$200 million on death-dive theory
Former ATSB chief regrets dismissing possibility that captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah committed murder-suicide, reports The Australian.
PM cautions against having too many leaders
They will end up competing with one another and lose ability to lead, says Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Najib’s tax trial to get new prosecutor
Leading lawyer’s firm embroiled in serious allegations of tax offences, forcing switch.