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PONTIAN: Johor DAP secretary Tan Hong Pin says the chances of Pakatan Harapan winning the Tanjung Piai by-election – with polling just a few days away – is still 50-50.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police and enforcers from the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) have arrested eight more men under Op Khazanah, bringing the total number of arrests to 47 since the special operations to protect Malaysia’s treasured flora and fauna was launched in September.
THE latest Penang Digital Library is now open in Southbay Plaza in Batu Maung to bring reading and studying activities into the digital age.
AFTER my last column, I was asked by friends and colleagues how can Pakatan Harapan turn its political fortunes around.
SPENDING RM507 for a bowl of curry mee may seem ridiculous, but birthday boy Tang Hiang Lye happily paid the sum to a hawker in Tanjung Bungah, Penang.
HONG KONG: In a glass-walled room at Point72 Asset Management LP’s outpost in Hong Kong, five fresh-faced graduates pore over spreadsheets and give tentative answers to questions about cash flow and the cost of capital.
Traders want MPS to fix wiring, lifts and build proper rubbish disposal area.
GEORGE TOWN: If you think young Malaysians will not do the 3D (dangerous, dirty and difficult) work, just look around and see who are keeping the city clean.
PETALING JAYA: Police are hunting down suspects who are believed to have killed a few stray dogs in Kota Kemuning.
PETALING JAYA: Police are hunting down the suspects who are believed to have killed a few stray dogs in Kota Kemuning.