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M-League clubs can proceed with naturalisation of their players, says FAM
PETALING JAYA – The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) says it will not stop any clubs in the Malaysia League (M-League) if they want to naturalise their players.Its president Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin said even though the association is suspending the naturalisation of players in the national
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JHM, QES expand operations to Penang with RM190 mil investment
GEORGE TOWN – JHM Consolidation Bhd (JHM) and QES Group Bhd, (QES) based in Kedah and Selangor, will expand their manufacturing operations to Batu Kawan, Penang in 2023 with a RM190 million investment.Their expansion is expected to create 1,100 job opportunities over five years. This comes ahead o
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US school shooter’s parents charged with manslaughter, wanted by cops
WASHINGTON – The parents of a 15-year-old who shot dead four students at a United States high school with a gun bought by his father were preparing yesterday to turn themselves in to authorities after being charged with involuntary manslaughter, their lawyers said.The whereabouts of James and Jenn
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Bursa Malaysia likely to improve on bargain-hunting next week
KUALA LUMPUR – Bursa Malaysia is likely to trade better with bargain-hunting activities to take the stage next week, given the cheap valuations of the local equity market.Rakuten Trade Sdn Bhd vice-president of equity research Thong Pak Leng anticipated the benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI t
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Sarawakians still poor despite state’s natural wealth, Anwar tells voters
MIRI – Sarawakians must not be afraid to make drastic changes to the government as it is the only way to get rid of the rampant corrupt and cronyistic practices in the state, said opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.During his visit to Kg Lambir here yesterday, Anwar said Sarawakians have t
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Kelvin Yii describes contest with Sim Kui Hian as ‘uphill task’
KUCHING – The road to Batu Kawah is often fraught with flash floods and traffic jams. Anyone heading to Kuching from Kota Sentosa on a rainy day knows this very well. Many motorists have had the experience of fording through floodwaters in Batu Kawah before arriving at Kuching during a downpour.B
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[VIDEO] Why I became a frontliner
IT is never easy losing a loved one, especially if it is a parent, since the loss will haunt one perennially. This is especially so in the bond a between mother and son – a relationship that cannot be explained merely in words.For Mohd Azrai Mohd Azhari Mohd Ariffin, losing his 68-year-old mothe
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SUPP angry as Dudong seat given to another GPS component
MIRI – A Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) component party is shocked that its traditional seat has been given to another party to contest come the December 18 polls.Sarawak United Peoples’ Party (SUPP) leaders have expressed shock that its traditional state seat of Dudong in Sibu has been given to a
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Italian tries to dodge Covid-19 jab using fake arm
ROME – An Italian man who wanted a coronavirus vaccine certificate without actually having the jab tried to play the system by presenting health workers with a fake arm, an official said yesterday.Despite the realistic skin colour, nobody was fooled by the silicone limb, and the man – in his 50s
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No ‘dacing’: BN off the scales in Sarawak as it leaves polls to GPS
KUALA LUMPUR –  For the first time since 1974, the “dacing” (scales) logo of Barisan Nasional (BN) will not make an appearance at the Sarawak election.BN deputy chairman Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan said the coalition has informed its ally Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS), led by caretaker chief mini
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Two weeks of heavy rain caused Cameron Highlands landslide: Perak PWD
IPOH – Continuous rain has been identified as the cause of the landslide at KM27.10 of the Jalan Simpang Pulai-Blue Valley road that killed two people on Thursday, according to the Public Works Department (PWD).Perak PWD deputy director Hamdan Ali said that the location had recorded high rain leve
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Malaysian Poetry Writing Competition 2021 celebrates local talents
THE heart of Malaysian literature continues to beat as a total of 860 poets submitted 1,913 poetry submissions for the Malaysian Poetry Writing Competition 2021, mooted by the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) in collaboration with Maya Press. The competition, curated for Malaysian writers of
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Right on track: HSR viable in long run, will bring economic returns, say economists 
KUALA LUMPUR – Despite apprehensions on the feasibility of reviving the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project after it was axed, economists believe that it is still viable in the long run and will likely bring ample economic returns to the country.Economists said that the HSR can be
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Not about you: Melaka Hospital clarifies contract doctors’ parking issue
KUALA LUMPUR – Melaka Hospital has clarified a parking issue highlighted by Hartal Doktor Kontrak on Twitter yesterday, saying the memo referred to full-time clinical and non-clinical staffers.In a statement, the hospital said it regretted the confusion that arose from the memo and that the term
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Sabah’s internet woes: paying more for less
KOTA KINABALU – The story of Veveonah Mosibin, a university student forced to climb a tree for internet service, was an eye-opener for internet service providers (ISPs) and the government as it showed the kind of internet access that Sabah is getting.But as more focus is being given on beefing u
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[VIDEO] Safe haven for women to train without fear of sexual harassment
KUALA LUMPUR – More and more women have come forward in recent times to share their experiences with sexual predators on social media platforms, including ones involving the sports and fitness industry.As a result of these encounters, many victims have felt uncomfortable and fearful − be it in t
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[VIDEO] Safe haven for women to train without fear of sexual harassment
KUALA LUMPUR – More and more women have come forward in recent times to share their experiences with sexual predators on social media platforms, including ones involving the sports and fitness industry.As a result of these encounters, many victims have felt uncomfortable and fearful − be it in t
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Govt overreacting to Omicron variant? Medical experts weigh in
KUALA LUMPUR – Amid rising panic surrounding the new Covid-19 Omicron variant, is the Malaysian government jumping the gun and overreacting based on incomplete reports? This question becomes more pressing when the doctor who first alerted the world of the Omicron strain has herself voiced astonis
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Sabah allocates RM19.2 mil to tackle flood woes
KOTA KINABALU – A total of RM19.2 million has been allocated under Sabah Budget 2022 for the management of rivers and beaches and mitigation of floods in the state. Chief Minister Datuk Seri Hajiji Mohd Noor in tabling the budget yesterday said it is part of the RM92.7 million allocated to the Ir
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Don’t panic over Omicron, take precautions instead: Noor Hisham
KUALA LUMPUR – News of the Omicron variant’s arrival at Malaysian shores today shook the nation, with many taking their concerns and worries online.In efforts to restore calm amid the uncertainty, Health Director-General Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah advised Malaysians not to panic and overrea
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