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Marina Mahathir searching for the Malaysia she grew up in

25 May 2015

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's diverse culture, easygoing attitude and acceptance of one another's differences is slowly being eroded with every day that passes, says Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir

Talisman clue to woman’s identity

25 May 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Police have released a photo of a Buddhist talisman worn by a woman whose body was found dumped in a bush on a hillslope at the quiet Pearl Hill neighbourhood in Tanjung Bungah.

Government in no rush to table Pharmacy Bill

25 May 2015

GEORGE TOWN: The Government is in no hurry to table the proposed Pharmacy Bill in Parliament.

Two women feared drowned in Klang River

25 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Two women may have drowned after they jumped into the Klang River near Little India in Brickfields here, trying to escape a motorcycle that was chasing them.

Four seek answers on m-bike licence aid

25 May 2015

BUTTERWORTH: Four men who applied for the 1Malaysia Licence Aid (BL1M) programme two years ago are still in the dark over their application status.

Woman criticised for letting son pee openly at tourist spot

25 May 2015

A WOMAN has been criticised for allowing her son to answer the call of nature openly at Forbidden City, one of Beijing’s premier tourist attractions, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

Parents locked out of PTA meeting

25 May 2015

PARENTS of SJK (T) Durian Tunggal, Malacca students were furious after they were locked out of the school by the headmaster before the Parent-Teacher Association’s monthly meeting, Tamil Nesan reported.

Buck up or ship out, says government

25 May 2015

SOME 5,000 government servants risk losing their jobs if they fail to buck up within six months, reported Mingguan Malaysia.

Hungary to reopen embassy

25 May 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: It’s springtime in Budapest and Hungary is warming up to the Malaysian sun.

Quick thinking: Thai rescue personnel during a field training exercise at Timah Tasoh dam in Perlis.

Asean input vital for disaster management

25 May 2015

ALOR SETAR: The Asean Regional Forum Disaster Relief Exercise (ARF Direx) is vital in testing civil and military preparedness for disasters.

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Woman criticised for letting son pee openly at tourist spot

25 May 2015

A WOMAN has been criticised for allowing her son to answer the call of nature openly at Forbidden City, one of Beijing’s premier tourist attractions, Kwong Wah Yit Poh reported.

Buck up or ship out, says government

25 May 2015

SOME 5,000 government servants risk losing their jobs if they fail to buck up within six months, reported Mingguan Malaysia.

Parents locked out of PTA meeting

25 May 2015

PARENTS of SJK (T) Durian Tunggal, Malacca students were furious after they were locked out of the school by the headmaster before the Parent-Teacher Association’s monthly meeting, Tamil Nesan reported.

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