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PUTRAJAYA: The refugee exchange deal with Australia was to send a 'clear message' to syndicates that they can no longer rely on easy smuggling through either countries, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.
PUTRAJAYA: New regulations will be implemented to stop pig farmers from sending livestock to illegal abattoirs, resulting in low quality pork, said Deputy Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Chua Tee Yong.
PUTRAJAYA: Twelve local authorities nationwide will adopt several new regulations, including on mandatory broadband infrastructure and universal design for the physically-challenged and aged folk.
PUTRAJAYA: Postal voting for military and police personnel has been redefined as advance voting and will be handled only by Election Commission (EC) officers in the next general election.
PUTRAJAYA: Postal voting for police and armed forces personnel has been redefined as advance voting from the next general election, said Election Commission deputy chairman Datuk Wan Ahmad Wan Omar
PUTRAJAYA: The Government is expected to fork out RM20.58bil in subsidies this year, with RM18bil to subsidise the rising cost of petroleum-related products.
PUTRAJAYA: Government subsidy is expected to double this year to RM20.58bil due to rising price of petroleum products.
PUTRAJAYA: National Service (NS) training camps will be given a 480-page nutritional guidebook which they will have to follow strictly.
PUTRAJAYA: National Service (NS) training camps will be given a 480-page nutritional guidebook to follow strictly from the upcoming May intake.
PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said Christian leaders in the country respected the position of Islam as the official religion and were not challenging the provision enshrined in the Federal Constitution.