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Penang state govt project expenditure unsatisfactory

The expenditure performance of projects funded by the Penang state government under its development plan for 2017 was generally unsatisfactory, according to the Auditor-General’s Report 2017 Series 2 today.


Injured fireman Adib now able to nod, open eyes

Muhammad Adib Mohd Kassim, the firefighter who was seriously injured in the recent riot incident at Sri Maha Mariamman temple in USJ25, Subang Jaya is now able to nod, open his eyes and understand instructions.


Defence Minister visits armed forces family homes at Penrissen Camp

The minister then visited a RKAT home occupied by officers and military personnel.


Sedition act still needed, key to Malaysian unity - Former IGP

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 (Bernama) --  The Sedition Act 1948 plays a key role in preserving societal harmony and public order, said Tun Hanif Omar. 


Sabah cabinet to discuss villages in forest reserves

The development rights of the people who had stayed for decades in the forest reserve areas must not be denied altogether and all quarters must endeavour to help them so that they were not marginalised from development.


Selangor to look into shorter business hours for entertainment outlets

SHAH ALAM, Dec 3 (Bernama) – The Selangor government is willing to examine whether it is necessary or otherwise to shorten the operating hours of all state entertainment centres to 1am every day.


Pahang skills to venture into oil palm in 2019

The Pahang Skills Development Centre (Pahang Skills) will venture  into the oil palm plantation sector beginning next year, as an alternative to generating income other than from its technical and industrial aspects.