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Going all out to stop rabies from crossing borders

PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia and Thailand will hold talks next month to discuss ways to strengthen disease control between both countries.

Name your PM designate, Gerakan Youth tells Pakatan Harapan

KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Harapan's leadership structure raises more questions on who is actually leading the coalition, says Gerakan Youth.

Nachimuthu prowls as China’s Yan-wei takes the lead

PETALING JAYA: Veteran R. Nachimuthu has won 10 PGM Tour titles to be second behind only Nicholas Fung, who has 16, in the nation’s premier golf tour.

Mah Sing hungry for more land

Developer mulls up to RM1bil landbank acquisitions as it stays on aggressive path

Sekinchan school gets new desks and chairs from foundation

ECO World Foundation donated 180 sets of school desks and chairs worth RM20,000 to SJK(C) Yoke Kuan in Sekinchan, Selangor.

Barakah’s Sarawak play

The emergence of a company linked to Sarawak tycoon Yaw Teck Seng in Barakah has piqued interest

Who will lead Pakatan Harapan?

PETALING JAYA: Political analysts are asking if Pakatan Harapan – with its new leadership line-up – will be able to perform as well or better than Pakatan Rakyat in the last general election.

NRD Tawau branch swarmed by PR applicants

TAWAU: The processing of applications for the temporary resident identity card (MyKas) was halted temporarily at the Tawau branch of the National Registration Depart­ment (NRD) when thousands of people swarmed the office to apply for permanent resident (PR) status.

Sabah NRD still accepting MyKas and MyPR applications

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah National Registration Department (NRD) has dismissed claims on social media that it will stop accepting applications for temporary and permanent resident identification documents.

Sabah to discuss incentives for dance champs

KOTA KINABALU: The students and schools that won prizes at a recent international dance competition in Germany are expected to be given incentives by the Sabah government, says Datuk Musa Aman.