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GEORGE TOWN: Biometrics like fingerprint scanners in proposed blue-collared foreign worker dormitory complexes are for residents’ security and not to “keep them in”, says state Housing Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo (pic).
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): There are many areas where New Zealand and Malaysia can work together, especially in the field of public services delivery through the use of advanced information communication technology (ICT), says NZ Finance Minister Grant Robertson.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah has set its sights on getting Mount Kinabalu and its surrounding districts listed in Unesco Global Geoparks by 2020.
GEORGE TOWN: Gurney Wharf, a world class “park-on-the-sea”, is going to be even better than initially planned.
PETALING JAYA: Cheras Umno division chief Datuk Seri Syed Ali Al-Habshee has resigned from Umno, Sinar Harian has reported.
PYONGYANG (Reuters) - Sixteen-year-old Ri Jin Ryong, a member of North Korea's paramilitary Worker-Peasant Red Guards militia, says he has one message for South Koreans if the two countries ever reunite.
BALAKONG (Bernama): A total of 16 polling stations with 128 channels for the Balakong state by-election and 18 polling centres with 115 channels for the Seri Setia state seat were opened from 8am Saturday (Sept 8) to enable voters to exercise their rights.
HONG Kong superstar Andy Lau has been invited to the celebration party for Hantu Kak Limah, which is now the highest-grossing Malaysian film, Sin Chew Daily reported.
MOUNT PAEKTU: Foreign tourists looking to go off the beaten path in North Korea can now camp out on the country’s biggest volcano.
KOTA KINABALU: Drastic action needs to be taken to stop the slaying of elephants in Sabah, says Deputy Chief Minister Christina Liew, as there seemed to be “no end to these deaths.”