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Datuk, two others in RM40mil graft case released on bail

PUTRAJAYA: Three people, including a corporation chief executive with a "Datuk" title, who were remanded in a graft probe over the misappropriation of government funds amounting to RM40mil have been released on bail.

Gold gains amid N.Korea concerns, but heads for second weekly decline

BENGALURU: Gold rebounded from a four-week low on Friday as the latest twist in tensions between the United States and North Korea prompted investors to seek out the safe-haven asset.

Authorities optimistic of conserving dugong habitat in Johor

PULAU SIBU: The Johor Department of Marine Park Malaysia (JTLMNJ) is optimistic of its efforts to conserve the habitat of the dugong, which is the icon of the waters off Mersing, said its Education and Information Interpretation head Nor Sallehuddin Md Ali.

Nor Sallehuddin (left) talking to the volunteers from BIMB about making an artificial reef.

Food aid for 20 urban poor families

TWENTY families at the People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Kota Damansara breathed a sigh of relief as daily necessities reached them in their time of need.

Netto (right) presenting the daily necessities to T. Rukumani during the grocery distribution initiative at the People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Kota Damansara.

One-stop investment fiesta

FIESTA Labur PNB returns for its second edition, delivering even more investment-related content for the public.

Mohammad (centre) at the media briefing of Fiesta Labur PNB.— ZAHID IZZANI/The Star

Tools available to keep track of programmes for kids

A letter from MEDIHA M, Ampang

KK Wetland gets Ramsar status

KOTA KINABALU: Numerous conservation efforts, including restricting visitors, are already being planned for the world’s first urban mangrove wetland to be internationally recognised for its importance.

National treasure: Masidi (right), Zainie (with beard) and former SWCS president Datuk Seri Tengku Zainal Adlin Tengku Mahamood (in light brown jacket) during a visit to the mangrove wetland.

Fire-fighting campaign launched in gas pipeline areas

MIRI: A major campaign on disaster handling, especially fire-prevention and fire-fighting have started along the Sabah-Sarawak interstate gas pipeline project route in central Borneo.

Ngau (holding a spade) after erecting a new signboard in a village in Ulu Baram.

An enchanted evening

KOTA KINABALU: A fashion charity event in Sandakan in conjunction with Malaysia Day was filled with glitz and glamour.

Designer Leslie Variyan (centre) appearing with his models.

North Korea says sanctions block imports of athletes' gear

GENEVA (Reuters) - North Korea has protested to three international sporting federations that requests to buy sports equipment for its athletes were being denied due to U.S.-led sanctions, letters obtained by Reuters on Thursday showed.

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