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A mini Malay tsunami in Semenyih

Malay political discontent boils over in Semenyih, causing a Bersatu defeat that will have deep implications for the ruling coalition.

Looking for a public toilet? Get the My Water Closet app

IPOH (Bernama): The My Water Closet (MyWC) mobile application, introduced by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government (KPKT) as an easy way for the public to locate public toilets nationwide, can be downloaded and installed to smartphones from Sunday (Jan 27).

Leader laments cancellation of RM50mil promised to Kojadi in Budget

KUALA LUMPUR: The Finance Ministry has cancelled the RM50mil allocation funds to Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Bhd (Kojadi), as promised in Budget 2018.

Finance Ministry cancels RM50mil allocation for Kojadi

KUALA LUMPUR: The Finance Ministry has cancelled the RM50mil allocation funds to Koperasi Jayadiri Malaysia Bhd (Kojadi), as promised in Budget 2018.

Woman held for 42 days without being charged

KUALA LUMPUR: A mother of three has been languishing behind bars for 42 days for a crime her family and lawyers claim she did not commit.

Malaysians divided on BTN and PLKN abolition

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians are divided on the abolition of the National Civics Bureau (BTN) and National Service (PLKN) programmes.

Kojadi grows from helping students to SMEs

KUALA LUMPUR: While Kojadi, the investment arm of MCA, is known for education loan programmes, it has embraced diversification and established itself as a major financial institution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), says the MCA president.

MCA's Kojadi has given over RM380mil in loans to help SMEs and students

KUALA LUMPUR: While MCA's investment arm Kojadi is known for its education loan programmes, it has embraced diversification and established itself as a major financial institution for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), said Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.

Standing up for others

“Standing between authority and subject is always uncomfortable, often dangerous. But that is what we are trained to do.” - Pheroze Nowrojee, Kenyan human rights lawyer.

Remote chances can turn into wins

Navigating elections in interior Sabah is tricky. Candidates are aplenty, support can be fickle and contests often go down to the wire.