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Liow: Beer festival cancelled as police had 'security concerns'

PUTRAJAYA: The Better Beer Festival was not allowed to go on because the police have "security concerns", says Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Liow: Beer festival cancelled as police had 'security concerns'

PUTRAJAYA: The Better Beer Festival was not allowed to go on because the police have "security concerns", says Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Acting for the good of the nation

From G25 MALAYSIA.

PAS’ move against the Constitution, says Gerakan youth

PETALING JAYA: PAS’ move to get The Better Beer Festival cancelled is against the Federal Constitution and individual rights of non-Muslims, said Gerakan Youth Legal Bureau chairman Chai Ko Thing.

Fine line between ‘joined’ and ‘formed’

Some Malaysians still clueless over distinctions in Malaysia Agreement 1963

Our unique federal set-up always evolving

We need to regain the 1963 spirit of accommodation, moderation and compassion.

Wanita MCA staying united for beloved country

THE country’s political stability has ensured that Malaysians of various generations enjoy peace, said Penang Wanita MCA chief Datuk Ooi Siew Kim.

Tan (white shirt, holding flag), Heng (in blue trousers), Ooi (next to Heng) and other MCA members showing their patriotic spirit at the Penang Wanita MCA annual general meeting. — Photo: CHARLES MARIASOOSAY/The Star

A landmark judgment on judicial power

A Federal Court decision earlier this year has restored judicial power of the federation to the judiciary.

PLCs with no woman directors to be named, shamed

KUALA LUMPUR: Public-listed companies (PLC) that do not have any women on their boards of directors will be named and shamed, says the Prime Minister.

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PLCs without women board members to be 'named and shamed'

KUALA LUMPUR: Public listed companies (PLCs) which fail to have any women on their boards of directors will be "named and shamed" in a list to be published by the Government next year.

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