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Sarawak to hold talks with Indonesian consulate to curb rabies outbreak

KUCHING: Sarawak will carry out an intensive dog vaccination exercise in the Mile 7 and Mile 10 areas between Kota Sentosa and Kota Padawan to create a buffer zone to curb the spread of rabies from reaching the city centre.


Azmin dismayed over erased electoral rolls

KUALA LUMPUR: Selangor Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali has expressed shock that the Election Commission (EC) had destroyed electoral rolls from 1994 and 2003.


Report lodged on ‘mega mistake’

GEORGE TOWN: Police have been urged to conduct a thorough investigation on the Penang government’s proposed undersea tunnel after the project was claimed to be awarded to an “undercapitalised” company.


PCM lodges report over Penang undersea tunnel project

GEORGE TOWN: A police report has been lodged by Parti Cinta Malaysia (PCM) over the Penang government's proposed undersea tunnel and three paired roads project.


Finding light in a red state

ON her first day as an arts teacher at a community college in St Louis, Missouri, Norleen Nosri mingled with her new colleagues in the college’s art studio.


No home sweet home for buyers

GEORGE TOWN: A group of people who claim to be buyers of the once abandoned Majestic Heights (Phase 2A) in Paya Terubong are alleging that their units have been sold to others.


Rabies outbreak at five villages in Serian under control

KUCHING: The situation at the five villages in Serian affected by the rabies outbreak is under control following swift action by the authorities.


Sarawak to send lawyers to London over Malaysia Agreement rights

SIBU: Sarawak will send a team of lawyers to London to search for and study any references related to the state’s rights under the Malaysia Agreement 1963 (MA63).


Reveal the ‘fruits’ of trips abroad, Penang govt told

GEORGE TOWN: Penang MCA has questioned the outcome of the overseas trips made by Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, his two deputies and state exco members.


Troops in Myanmar's Rakhine on high alert after killings of Rohingya

NAYPYITAW (Reuters) - Troops in Myanmar's northeastern Rakhine state were put on high alert on Tuesday, police and sources said, after nearly 200 Rakhine Buddhist villagers fled the area after a recent spate of killings and amid fears of fresh attacks by Rohingya insurgents.