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‘Miracle water’ issue settled with transfer of teacher

KLANG: It was a teacher and not the headmistress who had brought in the alleged “miracle water” into SJK(C) Pandamaran A.


It's not miracle water, says Kamalanathan

PUTRAJAYA: The “miracle water” claimed to have been promoted by a school headmistress in Klang, Selangor, is just regular drinking water, says Datuk P. Kamalanathan.


School head promotes 'miracle water' for students

KLANG: The headmistress of a vernacular school here has raised the ire of parents for allegedly making students drink "miracle water" packaged by a religious movement.


Tourism M’sia chairman denies causing ruckus at China expo

PETALING JAYA: Tourism Malay­sia chairman Wee Choo Keong has denied causing a commotion at the 4th China (Beijing) International Tourism Expo 2016.


Johor on Zika alert at entry points

JOHOR BARU: All Johor Health Department staff and personnel on duty at entry points have been instructed to scan tourists coming into the state from Zika-infected countries.

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Sarawak Votes 2016: Observations

Elections are always colourful affairs. Posters, buntings, banners adorn every possible corner. Political speeches better known as ceramah bring out the best and worst in most aspirants for political office.


Election workers warned against using power pole

KUCHING: Election workers should exercise caution when putting up campaign materials during the state election, says Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB).


Sarawak polls: Slow burn for Kapit election campaign

KAPIT: Though the 11th state election is quickly heating up things in the Land of the Hornbills, the second day of campaigning in this Iban heartland along the Rajang River is still on a slow burn.


PKR: Our foes behind banners against Guan Eng

GEORGE TOWN: PKR has blamed its “enemies” for putting up banners criticising Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng in Waterfall Road and Gottlieb Road on Penang island and in Nibong Tebal.


Banners criticising Guan Eng in Penang taken down

GEORGE TOWN: Two banners criticising Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng, which had been put up in Jalan Gottlieb and Waterfall Road, have been taken down.