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Volunteer groups not allowed to give aid without FT ministry consent
They are to consult the crisis management centre in KL.
Manufacturers ask govt to relax measures in stimulus package
They urge Bank Negara to ensure interest consistency during moratorium.
Putrajaya caps face mask price at RM1.50
Ismail Sabri Yaakob says government to review prices at later date.
8am to 8pm for all businesses, just go online during MCO, says minister
Public transport and e-hailing services to operate from 6am to 10pm.
Perak to appoint excos after Covid-19 crisis ends
Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu says he governs with assistance of state secretary, civil servants.
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Malay rice millers raise concerns over supply
Many of them are unable to get rice stocks from Bernas.
Court to hear Najib’s bid to inspect assets in forfeiture case on April 29
Hearing postponed due to the movement control order.
Penang doctor pleads not guilty to violating MCO
Judge orders jogger to surrender passport, report at police station monthly.
Malaysia Airlines to resume international flights
Many have reached out to the carrier to get home despite the travel restrictions.
Education icon Rashdan Baba dies
First vice-chancellor of Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia will be buried today in Bukit Kiara.
Girl, 5, latest rabies victim in Sarawak
This brings number of cases to 23, says Health director-general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah.
CIMB closes call centre after Covid-9 case
A staff member who tested positive is being treated at a hospital.
Malaysian students in Wellington not keen to come home
They say New Zealand’s Covid-19 cases are not at a critical level.
KL convenience store worker infected with Covid-19, says report.
Contact tracing in progress while Jalan Bunus outlet is undergoing sanitisation, deep cleaning.
Fishermen finding it hard to find buyers, says group
This has created a stockpile of more than 10,000 tonnes of frozen fish, says Hai Suah Hutan Melintang Association president.
Kg Baru landowners to take development plans to Agong
They want to implement the wakaf system with the help of FT religious council.
Ramasamy urges govt to work with civic groups to feed needy
Putrajaya should tap into the experience, resources of volunteer groups, he says.
Commerce chamber calls for post-pandemic aid
NCCIM says businesses are facing acute cash flow that can lead to layoffs and bankruptcies.
At least 6 months before economy recovers, says minister
Mustapa Mohamed says tourism, retail and investment sector adversely affected.
Sabah dispenses aid to B40 group amid virus outbreak
Farmers, taxi drivers, the disabled and elderly among the beneficiaries.