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Ministry to probe inactive youth clubs and organisations

THE Youth and Sports Ministry will take action against inactive youth clubs and organisations that fail to meet the needs of the younger generation.


Overseas trips for PM cost RM44mil over five years

THE Prime Minister’s office has spent a total of RM44.071mil on overseas trips over the past five years.


Government willing to consider biometric system in polls

BIOMETRIC technology will be considered as an alternative for voter identification for future polls, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim.


Loke may be charged over Black 505 rally

A DAP MP is expected to be charged in court next Wednesday for breaching the Peaceful Assembly Act 2012 in organising the Black 505 rally at Padang Merbok.


Ministry looking into imposing single levy for unskilled foreign workers

THE Home Ministry is studying the introduction of a single levy on unskilled foreign workers in a bid to regulate their inflow and to curb them from moving to another sector.


Pact will not be signed if sovereignty is threatened, says minister

THE Government will listen to all views before signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), says International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.


Yap rebukes teacher who called student names

DEPUTY Education Minister Datuk Mary Yap has lambasted a teacher in Malacca who allegedly called a 12-year-old girl a prostitute, saying the comment was uncalled for.


MPs want sex bloggers taken to task for insulting Muslims

THE issue of the buka puasa posting by sex bloggers Alvin Tan and Vivian Lee has raised the ire of Barisan Nasional MPs, who urged for the couple’s arrest for insulting Islam and Muslims.


Bankrupts cannot touch EPF savings

BANKRUPTS will not be allowed to withdraw their Employees Provident Fund savings to settle credit card debts.


House sees fair share of fireworks during fasting month

THE fasting month of Ramadan may have begun last week but the august House showed no sign of slowing down and even ended its sitting at midnight on Thursday.