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PPA1M housing offer open to only one child of government pensioners

PUTRAJAYA: One of the children of a government pensioner now has the opportunity to buy affordable houses under the 1Malaysia Civil Servants Housing Programme (PPA1M), said Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa.

Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa (fifth from left) at the badminton and bowling competitions organised by Puspanita. -Bernamapic

Selangor MB on leave after suffering spinal injury

KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamad Azmin Ali will be taking a break from his duties due to a spinal injury.

Cheering up orphans despite losing mum

PETALING JAYA: Despite grieving the loss of her mot­her just days ago, Adelyn Lim was determined to put a smile on the faces of a group of orphans.

Kind heart: Lim (right) giving out ang pows to orphans during the event at eCurve.

Still a ‘yes’ to voting

YOUNG Malaysians appear still keen to vote in the coming general election, going by the findings from a nationwide study by International Islamic University Malaysia’s (IIUM) Electoral Study Group in January.

Political education the key

The work of wooing young voters goes beyond election fever.

Going all out on e-Filing digital security

WITH security a priority, the Inland Revenue Board (IRB) has adopted public key infrastructure security features to protect taxpayers’ data on its e-Filing system from getting hacked, says IRB media officer Masrun Maslim.

The tax season cometh ... and so will the scammers

Beware the taxman’s email – it is not always authentic. Verify it or check with the tax authority first before following its instructions.

Senior police officers among those transferred

PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysia Police has announced its latest series of transfers involving its personnel, including high-ranking officers.

Bukit Aman: It’s just the police conducting drills

PETALING JAYA: Bukit Aman, which will continue with its drills as part of the preparations for the general election, has cautioned the public not to get the wrong idea about such exercises.

Cops trying to ascertain group behind fishing trawler shooting

KOTA KINABALU: Police are investigating whether a kidnap-for-ransom group or sea robbers were involved in the shooting case involving a fishing trawler here.