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Jeffrey Kitingan ‘chairs’ meeting at Sabah ministry office

KOTA KINABALU: While all eyes were focused on “shortlived” Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman, his deputy Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan turned up for duty at the Agriculture and Food Industry Ministry office at Jalan Penampang on Monday.

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Winning candidate goes on walkabout to thank voters in Dusun Tua

SHOWING the voters that he was every bit a normal citizen as they were, helped Dusun Tua Pakatan Harapan candidate Edry Faizal Eddy Yusof wrest control of the state seat.

Edry (right) thanking the community for their support and giving carnations to women in conjunction with Mothers Day at the Suntex morning market in Batu 9 Cheras.
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‘Healing’ Botak Hill in stages

MITIGATION works are being carried out in stages at the infamous ‘Botak Hill’, said its landowner Tan Sri Khor Eng Chuen.

A developer allegedly stripped the top of the hill bare without council approval but restoration work has been carried out by the new landowner since 2014. — Photos by GARY CHEN/The Star
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Maria wants elected mayors

FIRST-TIME MP Maria Chin Abdullah, 62, said when mayors are elected, they will be people of merit.

Rajiv (right) and Maria (in PKR vest) visiting PJ Old Town to thank voters and present tokens for Mothers Day.
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Elected reps all geared up to serve constituents

THE expansion of Penang International Airport, implementation of Light Rail Transit (LRT) and securing investment top the agenda of newly elected Bayan Baru MP Sim Tze Tzin.

Saifuddin won the Pantai Jerejak state seat with a majority of 10,716 votes.
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Sweet taste of victory in Balik Pulau

HUNDREDS of Balik Pulau folk were in joyful mood as they were treated to a sumptuous spread by the Pakatan Harapan candidates who won the Balik Pulau parliamentary and three state seats.

People taking selfies with Nurul Izzah during the ‘kenduri rakyat’ at Kampung Kubang Ulu in Penanti, Penang. — ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star
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NGO: Dispose of flags and banners responsibly

WITH the 14th General Election finally over, it is an eyesore to see campaign materials like party flags, posters, banners and bunting left behind in every nook and cranny of the Klang Valley.

Flags and posters scattered at a roadside in Taman Kinrara, Puchong after a downpour yesterday.
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Now for promises to be fulfilled

JOHOR BARU: Johoreans are looking forward to better times ahead now that the general election is over.

(From left) S. Nallusamy, Puniswaran and Arumugan hope the newly-formed state government will fulfil the promises made in the coalition’s manifesto.
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Elected reps go on walkabouts distributing flowers and thanking voters

IT’S a double celebration for Pakatan Harapan elected representatives who celebrated their victories and Mother’s Day together.

Lim (right) giving out carnations to the womenfolk during a walkabout at Jalan Bukit Bendera in Ayer Itam.

Giving praise where it is due

From TAN AND FAMILY of Petaling Jaya.