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Minister brings good news for school

SJK(C) Yih Min in Simpang Empat, Kedah, will be able to upgrade its old basketball court now that its application for allocations has been approved by the Federal Government.

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FT Ministry slashes overseas trips for employees

The Federal Territories Ministry and its agencies are set to cut overseas travels.

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Food, fuel supply lines affected

MIRI: The movement of people, goods, food and fuel supplies along the border boundaries – between Limbang in Sarawak and Brunei, and between Lawas in northernmost district of Sarawak and Sabah – has suffered constant interruptions due to the current floods that hit the region starting early this week.

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NGOs doubt new move can protect at-risk children

NON-governmental organisations (NGOs) working on the welfare of stateless and migrant children in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur hope the Government can take heed of the situation here.

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Tourists welcomed, but safety first

I AM quite relieved that the government has waived the visa fee, not visa requirement, for visitors from China.

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Dong Zong not doing their job, says Ti

KUANTAN: The Dong Zong leadership should just step down if they are not willing to voice out against calls to abolish Chinese education, said MCA Religious Harmony Bureau chief Datuk Seri Ti Lian Ker.

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Tomyam traders to the rescue

SOME 140 traders from the Malaysian Tomyam Traders Association (Pertom) have gone on a flood relief mission to Kelantan.

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Arrogant and foolish

The French were only asking for trouble by defending their ‘freedom of speech’.

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Mahathir’s interview with website raises a few eyebrows

ASIDE from the most unfortunate floods hitting our shores, the other big news of the week is Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s interview with Sarawak Report.

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Taiwan donates in cash and kind while sending crew to help flood victims

TAIPEI Economic and Cultural Office (Teco) in Malaysia presented a cheque of US$100,000 (RM357,105) to the Malaysian government.