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Govt will look into raising insolvency threshold, says PM
Ismail Sabri concerned about the rising number of youth declared bankrupt.
Shyness among reasons people don’t undergo breast, prostate cancer screening, says Khairy
MOH observations show public seeks medical help only after fallling sick.
Slashing ministers’ wages won’t mitigate rising living costs, says Mahdzir Khalid
Rafidah Aziz should have gone to Ismail Sabri Yaakob about issue instead of taking to social media, says rural development minister.
New chicken ceiling price to take into account all quarters, says Rosol
Minister says new pricing is win-win for consumers, industry players.
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Areas at risk of geological disasters to be fitted with early warning systems
Takiyuddin Hassan says Minerals and Geoscience Department to implement proactive move to prevent landslides at several locations.
Johor weekend days still being studied, says MB
Onn Hafiz Ghazi assures matter being considered to allow parents working in private sector to spend time with children.
Johor MB urges legal action over Pulau Batu Puteh betrayal
Onn Hafiz says previous govt’s decision sets bad precedent.
Does Annuar Musa know what he is talking about, asks Guan Eng
DAP lawmaker chides minister over removal of subsidies benefitting Malaysians.
Penalise owners who allow unlicensed drivers to use their vehicles, says group
Consumer Association of Penang urges RTD to act firmly by revoking licences.
Domestic influenza-like cases under control, says Khairy
Health minister reassures public that such infections are common, and patients are being isolated and monitored.
Umno Youth to be briefed on 5G services
Party wing has been fed inaccurate information on network implementation, so agencies in charge will clear the air, says Annuar Musa.
Judge delays decision on Latif corruption charges
Former Johor exco facing 37 counts of corruption, money-laundering.
Family of 3 found dead after car plunges into river
Trio went missing yesterday after vehicle skidded off a bridge in Kedah.
Human resources, marketing jobs in demand at careers fair
Employers welcome upbeat response, while jobseekers say event not publicised well.
Stop slave mentality of supporting dirty politicians, says Anwar
Pakatan Harapan chief cautions the people against supporting corrupt lawmakers who swindle country funds for personal gain.
Warisan ready to work with winning coalition
Shafie says his party wants to ensure stability, safeguard people’s interests.
Woman, two sons missing after car plunges into river
Fire and Rescue Deptartment, villagers still searching for vehicle.
Homelessness in Kuala Lumpur rising despite reopened economy
MP’s office reports surge in middle-aged unemployed people living on the streets.
Bad time to scrap fuel subsidy, say petrol dealers
Removal of aid will cause a ripple effect on economy.
Homeless folk tell their tales
Some stay on the streets to pass time, others say they can’t afford rent.
Pay cut for ministers won’t solve rising cost of living, Mahdzir says
Minister says situation must be addressed with more effective methods.
RM5.2 billion in losses from 71,833 commercial crime cases since 2020, IGP says
Acryl Sani says 68% were online fraud.