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Proper execution of 9MP vital, say Sabah leaders

Sabahans are happy with the key thrust of the Ninth Malaysia Plan but feel there was a need for proper implementation for its success.

Nation

MPs highlight how MAS wastes money

MALAYSIA Airlines' purported wastage was highlighted by several MPs yesterday with one alleging that the real cost of a plate of nasi lemak was RM60 while tea cost RM15.

Nation

Folks in remote Sabah face difficulty in collecting MyKads

Hundreds of people living in remote parts of Sabah are facing difficulties collecting their MyKads.

Nation

‘Medical Act does not ‘allow ozone therapy’

OZONE therapy, which is supposed to be able to treat certain illnesses, is not allowed under the Medical Act.

Nation

Lack of stats on Sabah and Sarawak bumis upsets MPs

Hardly half an hour had gone by during question time, but it was enough for a yelling match to take place in the Dewan - the first of several yesterday.

Nation

Merge with other auto firms, Proton told

Proton needs to merge with other automotive companies to ensure that it will remain competitive in the local and international markets.

Nation

MAS’ commitment to Sabah, Sarawak

MALAYSIA Airlines (MAS) will continue to fly to Sabah and Sarawak despite incurring a yearly loss of RM150mil to RM160mil for the sector, Deputy Transport Minister Tengku Azlan Sultan Abu Bakar said.

Letters

Delivery system fails to deliver

Civil servants rather than the wakil rakyat determine the success of any five-year plan. But when delivery systems fail, it is thepeople who suffer, writes SUHAINI AZNAM.

Nation

Government: ‘Stop scam by petrol station operators’

Petroleum companies are being asked to take action against petrol station operators in Sabah for colluding with those selling government-subsidised diesel to industries.

Nation

Petrol stations under probe over illegal sale of diesel

A midnight seizure of more than 2,000 litres of diesel on Monday is prompting Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry officials here to investigate if petrol station dealers are abetting those involved in the illegal sale of the subsidised fuel to industries.