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Penang seeks funds for flood mitigation works

GEORGE TOWN: Penang has appealed for funds from the Federal Government for flood mitigation works.

Rompin MP the new head of PAC

PETALING JAYA: Rompin MP Datuk Hasan Arifin is set to be named the new Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman when the Dewan Rakyat meets on Monday.

Allocation of RM5.9bil to ease burden of lower income group

THE amount of 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) has been further increased for those eligible under Budget 2016.

Budget 2016 continues to keep focus on students

University students were hoping for an increase in the allocation for the 1Malaysia book vouchers in Budget 2016.

Dompok humbled by Vatican ambassadorial appointment

KOTA KINABALU: Former federal minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok is humbled to be appointed as Malaysia's first resident ambassador to the Vatican.

Malaysian banks enjoy lowest bad loans in years

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian banks have the lowest bad loans in at least 17 years. They shouldn’t get used to it. While the lenders’ non-performing ratios are at the lowest levels in data going back to 1998, they’ve begun ticking up and Standard & Poor’s reckons they will keep doing so.

Penang may freeze land deals with 1MDB

GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has warned that the state government is prepared to freeze any land deal involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) and other parties in Penang.

Liow: Stepping on a person’s photo not part of Malaysian culture

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysians practise moderation and racial tolerance. Unbecoming acts such as stepping on a person’s photo is a disgrace to the nation.

Barisan veterans slam detention

PUTRAJAYA: The arrests of Datuk Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan and his lawyer Matthias Chang have been condemned by several Barisan Nasional veterans, led by former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

Recognise all refugees

Some 3,000 Syrians will get special treatment when they arrive in Malaysia, so how about extending that approach to refugees here?