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Irwan Serigar summoned to appear before Council of Eminent Persons

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Treasury Secretary-General Tan Sri Irwan Serigar has been summoned to appear before the Council of Eminent Persons.

Council of Eminent Persons meeting with 1MDB chairman Tan Sri Irwan Serigar at Ilham Tower on Wednesday

Two legal views on the validity of Sabah Chief Minister appointments

KOTA KINABALU: Legal circles in Sabah are continuing the debate on the position of the two rival claimit Chief Ministers – Barisan Nasional’s Tan Sri Musa Aman and Parti Warisan Sabah’s Datuk Mohd Shafie Apdal.

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Counting the days for GST to end

THE public is looking forward to the removal of the 6% Goods and Services Tax (GST).

People are hoping that once the GST is abolished, prices of goods and services will be cheaper.

Pribumi submits names of MPs for Cabinet shortlist

PUTRAJAYA: Pribumi has submitted the names of its MPs to be considered as Ministers in the new Cabinet line-up.

Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin waving to the media after leaving the Perdana Leadership Foundation office on Tuesday. -Mohd Sahar Misni/The Star

Pekan folk grateful for Najib’s contribution

PEKAN: The new Government is up and running but the people of Pekan are still adjusting to the shock of their MP losing the prime minister’s post.

Looking forward: Both Hayati (left) and Nur Syakirah are hoping the new Government will do well.

Zahid: You need to negotiate with Barisan en bloc, not individual parties

KUALA LUMPUR: De facto Umno president Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said that any negotiation to form state government or Opposition pacts has to be done en bloc with Barisan Nasional.


Sarawak Barisan parties to meet on next course of action

MIRI: Sarawak Barisan Nasional component parties are holding individual brainstorming sessions to determine their next course of action following morale-sapping defeats in 12 of 31 parliamentary seats.


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