THE Dewan Rakyat marked the end of 27 days of long-drawn debates with lawmakers hammering out several key issues in time for the end of the year break.
THE Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is set to call up a few government agencies and ministries to explain the additional expenses incurred by their respective operations as reported in the latest Auditor-General’s Report.
THE arrest of people suspected to be involved in gangsterism has got nothing to do with their ethnicity, says Deputy Home Minister Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar.
THE number of women in the country’s workforce has surpassed men, making up 54% of the total employees.
FINDING a common ground against the LGBT movement in the country could be the catalyst for unity talks between Umno and PAS, said Umno supreme council member Datuk Seri Noh Omar.
MORE adjustments are needed to solve the shortcomings of the MySikap system, which has been plagued with technical glitches, said acting Transport Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
TWO MPs were thrown out of the House following their respective attempts to talk about the demolition of a Hindu temple, despite being told that the matter had already been raised.
THE Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will ask the Education Minister to explain the problems involving security guards stationed at 10,000 schools in the country.
A LACK of oncologists at Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah in Terengganu has led to ailing cancer patients seeking treatment in neighbouring states such as Kelantan and Pahang, said Datuk Kamarul Bahrin Shah (PAS-Kuala Terengganu).
THE state government will set aside RM8mil next year to carry out activities to woo more tourists to visit Perak.
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