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Setting her sights on party wing’s vice-chairman post

MARAN: Wanita Umno information chief Datuk Rosni Zahari is gunning for the number two position of the wing in the upcoming internal polls.

Aiming to be first woman Umno division chief

MARAN: State executive councillor Datuk Seri Shahaniza Shamsuddin will be challenging Maran Umno division chief Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Abd Muttalib for the post in the party elections.

‘List of councillors being discussed’

TALKS are still ongoing among component parties of the state Pakatan Harapan coalition over the allocation of state executive councillor’s positions, says Mentri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu.

Cop rewarded for saving woman who jumped off Penang Bridge

AUXILIARY police Kons Zaidi Salleh deserves all the praises and rewards he has been showered with for saving a woman who jumped off the second Penang Bridge last month.

Assemblyman: Sekinchan folk who returned to vote helped get me elected

SEKINCHAN state seat winner Ng Suee Lim attributed his victory to many Sekinchan youths returning home to vote for him.

Support of young voters and trio’s good rapport with constituents give them big win

PAKATAN Harapan MP Zuraida Kamaruddin was confident of winning in GE14 because of her success in the past 10 years.

Pandan candidates who lost thank supporters and vow to continue serving

DEFEATED candidates for the Pandan constituency put on a brave front after Pakatan Harapan made a clean sweep of the parliamentary seat and two state seats under it.

Newbie to take task seriously

NEWCOMER Muhammad Hilman Idham from PKR won the Gombak Setia state seat with a comfortable margin of 12,399 votes.

Back with a song in his heart

Incumbent Tambun MP Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah has written a song to cheer on his supporters and campaign workers.

Nurul confident of strong support in PKR stronghold

HAVING covered about 85% of the Permatang Pauh constituency in her campaigning, Pakatan Harapan’s parliamentary candidate Nurul Izzah Anwar can now rest easy.