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Nation

MPs agreeable but questions linger

PETALING JAYA: Lawmakers from both sides of the divide are in support of the special motion in Parliament to compel all MPs to declare their income and assets to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

Nation

Flood hits Melaka causing traffic chaos following heavy rain

MELAKA: Heavy rain and flash floods are causing traffic chaos in various parts of Melaka.

Metro News

CM: Clogged barrages cause of floods

MELAKA: Improper waste disposal and three malfunctioning barrages (floodgates) were the main causes of flash floods here on June 12, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.

Metro News

CM: Clogged rubbish, malfunctioning barrages cause of floods

IMPROPER waste disposal and three malfunctioning barrages (floodgates) were the main causes of flash floods in Melaka on June 12, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.

Letters

Developing tourism holistically

FROM YS CHAN , Petaling Jaya

Focus

Have a heart for homeless in Melaka

WHILE I was walking along Lorong Hang Jebat, Melaka, one afternoon, an elderly man came up to me asking for RM5.

Nation

Melaka hotels feeling the pinch

MELAKA: Despite the increase in tourist arrival figures to the historical state, the hotels here are suffering low occupancy.

Metro News

MP pays enrolment fee for teen to pursue dream to become forensic scientist

MELAKA: The door has opened for SPM high-achiever Shannen Lovenia Kamal Abdullah to pursue her ambition to become a forensic scientist.

Nation

MP pays it forward by footing student's varsity fee

MELAKA: SPM high-achiever Shannen Lovenia Kamal Abdullah, who found it hard to pay for her enrolment fee into a local university, got a helping hand from a man who went through the same thing three decades earlier.

Nation

Waytha Moorthy's visit boosts confidence of debt-ridden temple society

MELAKA: The morale of the Kwong Fook Association committee members is high after National Unity and Social Well-being Minister P. Waytha Moorthy attended the annual prayers and dinner of the debt-ridden society that manages a Taoist temple in Tanjung Minyak here.