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MELAKA: Melaka police have detained four men for allegedly being hired by loan shark syndicates to intimidate borrowers as well as their unsuspecting neighbours with petrol bombs and red paint.
PUTRAJAYA: Controlling the spread of Covid-19 is part of the initiatives spelled out under the People and Economic Strategic Empowerment Programme (Pemerkasa), which includes efforts to accelerate vaccination programme and no longer impose blanket movement control order across the country.
BALIK PULAU: Two men in their 20s were arrested for alleged involvement in illegal moneylending activities.
KUCHING: The state government will assist eligible Sarawakians to repay part of their National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans through Yayasan Sarawak.
Tok Mat: Banks should continue to support viable businesses, households affected by Covid-19 pandemic
SEREMBAN: Banks should continue to support viable businesses and households affected by the Covid-19 pandemic as the six-month automatic moratorium imposed last year did not result in losses as forecasted earlier, says Datuk Seri Mohamad Hasan.
IPOH: Two syndicates, hired by loan sharks to threaten debtors, have been busted with the arrest of six people here and in Manjung.
THE cost of higher education may sometimes be prohibitive for students with limited financial resources.
KUCHING: The state government has approved RM141.7mil as additional initiatives for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) under the Sarawakku Sayang special aid package.