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Time zone proposal revived

29 January 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysia is reviving a proposal for Asean to have a single time zone.

Xiamen’s Malaysia campus progressing smoothly, says Ong

29 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: Construction works are progressing smoothly and on track for Xiamen University’s Malaysia Campus – the Chinese university’s first campus abroad.

The Anwar, Pakatan dilemma

29 January 2015

The ‘incorrigible optimist’ faces his biggest hurdles in the coming weeks, but one thing seems to be certain – the formidable threat his coalition is to Barisan appears to be waning.

Imposter fined RM1,000 for not paying RM2 bus fare

29 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A man posing as an Interpol officer was charged in the magistrates court with failing to pay a bus fare of RM2.

M’sia to pay rapt attention to needs of aviation industry

29 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: With changes in the worldwide civil aviation landscape and emerging threats, Malaysia pledges to secure, strengthen and enhance its aviation industry.

‘Cops and inmates responsible for detainee’s death’

29 January 2015

SEREMBAN: The Coroner’s Court here has ruled that the death of a jobless man while in police custody in June 2013 was due to injuries sustained after being physically assaulted by fellow inmates and policemen on duty.

Renowned researcher: Goodall will be making four public appearances in Kuala Lumpur.

Goodall to raise awareness on wildlife and environment

29 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: Dr Jane Goodall, whose groundbreaking research on chimpanzee behaviour made her a household name among ape lovers, is visiting Malaysia for the first time.

End of the road: Police escorting Hamzani (right) and Hissham out of the Butterworth Sessions Court.

‘Curry powder’ escapees get seven-year jail terms

29 January 2015

BUTTERWORTH: Two men who escaped from police custody while being taken to court to be charged for gang robbery have been each jailed seven years and eight months.

Satirical cartoonist: Zunar was away in London when his office was raided.

Cops raid cartoonist’s office

29 January 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Police raided the office of satirical cartoonist Zunar and seized 149 co­pies of his books.

A profile picture of Dr Chan Tuck Leong, the process engineering head of Pacific Northwest LNG (PNWLNG), a subsidiary of Petronas.

Petronas digs deeper for future generations

29 January 2015

PETALING JAYA: Exciting times lie ahead for Petronas as it explores new sources of oil and gas or “unconventional energy” at locations which include Canada and Australia.

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Siblings bash up father for marrying again and neglecting family

29 January 2015

ANGERED by their father’s decision to remarry, three siblings in Kajang, aided by a male relative, assaulted the 51-year-old man, reported Harian Metro.

School bus drivers fume over illegal transporters

29 January 2015

ILLEGAL school transporters are giving licensed ones a tough time, reported Malaysia Nanban.

Book on history of Chinese community for primary schools

29 January 2015

PRIMARY school pupils will have a better understanding of the country’s history when Chinese historians complete a reference book for Year Four to Year Six students, Sin Chew Daily quoted MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong as saying.

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