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Long wait at Kelana Jaya

PETALING JAYA: Frustrations boiled over at the Kelana Jaya Immigration office after technical problems with the payment system caused hours-long delays.

Terengganu may have snap elections

KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu is being pushed to the brink again and next Monday’s state assembly sitting could decide whether the state may have to resort to a snap election.

Much better to be open and transparent

WHEN it comes to services provided by the public sector, few of us long to have a peek behind the curtain to see how it is done. Details of the processes, procedures and supply chains seldom interest us. What matters most to us is the quality and speed of the services, and that we get solid value for our tax money.

Letters threatening country’s leaders sent to cops

SHAH ALAM: A group claiming to be IS militants have sent letters threatening several of the country’s top leaders to police stations in Negri Sembilan.

Japan's Abe, eyeing lengthy rule, to opt for stability in cabinet rejig

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will likely pick ruling party policy chief Tomomi Inada as defence minister in a new cabinet, the Asahi newspaper said on Tuesday, which could upset China and South Korea given her conservative views on wartime history.

Right decision not to sack Ahmad Said, says Ajil rep

KUALA TERENGGANU: The Umno supreme council’s decision not to sack Kijal assemblyman Datuk Seri Ahmad Said from the party is right, said Terengganu executive councillor Ghazali Taib.

Azmin sees Pakatan Harapan as base for 'grand coalition'

SHAH ALAM: Opposition parties should come together into Pakatan Harapan to form a "grand coalition" that would combine their forces against Barisan Nasional and Umno, said Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.

Immigration: Supply of passports not affected by glitch

PUTRAJAYA: The Immigration Department has assured that the supply of passports will not be affected by the technical problems caused by the transition to a new passport version.

Police probe IS threat on Najib and ministers

SHAH ALAM: Police will investigate the authenticity of a letter sent to a Negri Sembilan police station on Monday, claiming that Islamic State (IS) militants are targeting several top leaders.

Frustrating wait after payment glitch at Kelana Jaya immigration office

PETALING JAYA: Frustrations boiled over at the Kelana Jaya Immigration office after technical problems with the payment system caused hours-long delays for customers.