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Nation 09 Dec 2004 | 12:00 AM

DPM: Illegals must leave by end of year

The Dec 31 amnesty deadline for illegal immigrants from all countries in Malaysia is final. This is the message Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak conveyed to Indonesian vice president Jusuf Kalla whom he met in Jakarta yesterday.

AseanPlus News 14 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

China hotel standoff turns into diplomatic row

A spat over a news briefing by South Korean MPs that was broken up by Chinese security agents snowballed into a diplomatic row Thursday with the countries trading accusations over who was at fault.

Nation 20 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

14 one-stop counters to be set up for returning Indonesians

The Home Ministry will set up 14 one-stop centres in major Indonesian cities and towns to allow repatriated Indonesians to return to Malaysia.

Nation 26 Jan 2005 | 12:00 AM

Manila seeks more time

A Philippines government special envoy is in Sabah to appeal for a one-month extension before Malaysia begins a crackdown against his country#8217;s nationals who are staying illegally in the state.

Letters 06 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Dancing in the dark


Nation 08 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

‘Ad hoc policies causing problems’

Employers are blaming the 'ad hoc' foreign labour policies and the lack of information on rehiring repatriated workers for the low number of applicants wanting to return to Malaysia.

Nation 13 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Build character, Malays advised

Compiled by K.S. USHA DEVI (Feb 6 - Feb 12)

Nation 16 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Scheme to hire Indons legally

Employers who want to hire workers from Indonesia will have to go to the 11 One Roof Centres (ORC) in the republic from next Wednesday.

Nation 20 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

5,000 Indon children in limbo

Some 5,000 Indonesian children born in Sabah are a source of concern for the country#8217;s consulate in Kota Kinabalu.

AseanPlus News 22 Feb 2005 | 12:00 AM

Husband for sale online

SOME Singaporean men are selling their bachelorhood online to foreign women who want a way to enter the country and find work here.