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THEY say never put all your money into one basket. But in the case of Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), they had enjoyed a good run for many years by putting most of their money into the local financial markets, riding the boom of Malaysia’s economy.
ARTISTeS or arts organisations in Penang wishing to share programmes or activities with the public online can apply for grants under the Show Penang project.
A TOTAL of 184,020 account holders in Selangor are eligible to receive 20 cubic of free water under the Skim Air Darul Ehsan (SADE) programme.
Planning a special Mothers Day celebration this year is not so straightforward with the ongoing pandemic and conditional movement control order (MCO) in effect.
PETALING JAYA: More than 1,700 Orang Asli families in Jerantut and Temerloh, Pahang, have received basic necessities through the “Give with Ikhlas” digital donation initiative organised by Ikhlas, a business entity under AirAsia.
KUALA LUMPUR: National woman’s hockey player Wan Norfaiezah Mohd Saiuti should have been playing hockey in the German league now. But she turned down the offer for a third stint with Zehlendorfer Wespento to concentrate on her studies.
PETALING JAYA: About two-thirds of Malaysian businesses say they had no income throughout the movement control order (MCO) period, a survey shows.
GEORGE TOWN: A Malaysian woman and her son are strictly observing the stay-at-home rule in New York City, fearing the Covid-19 pandemic sweeping across the Big Apple.
DEN BOSCH, Netherlands (Reuters) - At the Springplank school in the Dutch city of Den Bosch, staff have installed plastic shields around students' desks and disinfectant gel dispensers at the doorways as part of preparations to reopen amid the country's coronavirus outbreak.
LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigerian comedian Maryam Apaokagi has a sure-fire way of getting people to listen to her coronavirus health advice - she delivers it with a hard slap in the face.