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GE14: Malaysia decides - Down to the wire

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have had their say and voted for who they want to lead the country for the next five years. After 11 days of intense campaigning, politicians have had their say. They have made promises, pledges and painted pictures of great things to come. The nation now waits to see who will be given the mandate to deliver on their promises.

Metro News

Report lodged over cash-for-votes claim

MIRI: SUPP has lodged a police report against those claiming on social media that the party is giving out cash to voters.

Metro News

Opposing parties campaign side by side

MIRI: Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan mobile trucks are dogging each other here.

Metro News

Close battle expected in Miri

MIRI: Both the Barisan Nasional candidate Datuk Sebastian Ting (from SUPP) and Pakatan Harapan’s Dr Michael Teo Yu Keng from PKR are playing down their chances of winning the parliamentary seat here.

Nation

BN and Pakatan fear multi-cornered fights in Sarawak

KUCHING: Both Barisan Nasional and Pakatan Harapan in Sarawak are nervous about possible multi-­cornered fights that could tip the balance in marginal seats.

Nation

Sarawak PKR announces its 15 candidates, Baru Bian to contest Selangau

KUCHING: Sarawak PKR chairman Baru Bian is among 15 candidates who will contest parliamentary seats in the state.

Analysis

Miri’s politics of handshakes

Depressed oil prices have dampened the once boom-boom mood of Miri, but the buzz in this oil town is about who has the right touch to represent them in Parliament.

Books

What does Kevin Kwan think about rich Malaysians?

The author of the bestselling ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ series opens up about his life and ‘Rich People Problems’, his latest novel.

Nation

Event rides into Malaysia Book of Records

PUTRAJAYA: The 1Federal Terri­tory Cycling Convoy received recognition from the Malaysia Book of Records (MBOR) when 16,647 cyclists took part.

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Give credit where it’s due

A VERY positive development has just taken shape in Sarawak.