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Malaysia to benefit from improving China import demand
Report forecasts local economy growth of 6.6% in 2021.
548 items listed as intangible heritage
They are categorised under language and literature, customs and culture, performing arts and fine arts.
Nightclub violations top RMCO infractions as 293 held
Ismail Sabri Yaakob says 2 detained for leaving area under EMCO.
Queen Elizabeth sends condolences to Awang Raweng’s family
Iban war hero and George Cross medal recipient is laid to rest.
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Former Terengganu MB laid to rest
Wan Mokhtar Wan Ahmad died of heart complications in Kuala Lumpur this morning.
Safiey Ilias fined RM23,000
Celebrity cosmetics entrepreneur pleads guilty to owning and selling unregistered health products.
Anifah slams Warisan leader for calling Lahad Datu incursion a ‘farce’
The former foreign minister says such talk is disrespectful to security personnel who lost their lives in the incident.
Step up security and ward off disturbance, urges Bung Moktar
Police received intelligence of potential trouble by neighbouring country on polling day yesterday.
Tumpat cops seize methamphetamine pills worth RM3.1 million
46-year-old man detained in 9pm raid on Friday.
Sabah’s dark horse raring to go in polls
Parti Cinta Sabah leader Anifah Aman says candidates “can’t wait to go into battle”.
Muhyiddin to give first address at UN General Assembly as PM
Pre-recorded video statement will reaffirm Malaysia’s support for central role played by agency, says Wisma Putra.
PBS says no deal to withdraw, despite Hamzah’s claim
Joseph Pairin Kitigan says candidates already accepted by EC, Malaysiakini reports.
Cop fined RM20,000 for taking bribe
The sergeant has been found guilty of accepting RM4,000 to release a drug suspect who was under remand.
No criminal elements at missing pastor’s house, says cop
Supari Muhammad says a police search of their Petaling Jaya home in 2017 found nothing unusual.
Unemployed man charged with father’s murder
Victim is allegedly killed with fragment of soy sauce bottle.
Over 3,000 social media accounts implicated in cyberbullying, hate content
60% deleted for breaching regulations and community standards, says Saifuddin Abdullah.
Pupil, lawyer challenge compulsory learning of khat in govt schools
Lawyer Dominique Ng says khat is a form of Islamic calligraphy and no person should be compelled to learn it.
Umno might as well close shop in 3 PAS states, says Mat Hasan
Islamist party wants to contest all seats in Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu, No. 2 tells Utusan Malaysia.
Activist targeted over tudung freedom
Woman accused of encouraging others to ‘de-hijab’ but insists that’s not the case.
Anwar fails in bid to strike out royal-pardon suit
Lawyer challenges opposition leader’s pardon in 2018, days after new govt sworn in.
Hamzah says some candidates will withdraw to avoid Sabah polls friendly fire
The Perikatan secretary-general says further negotiations have been held between allies and the matter will be resolved soon.
Cops, soldiers and spouses to vote in Sabah polls tomorrow
The Election Commission says 16,877 security personnel and their spouses will cast their ballots at 55 polling centres.