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Royal premiere of RM15mil movie

It was a star-studded event when I>Puteri Gunung Ledang/I>, billed as the most expensive local movie, was screened at a royal premiere last night.

Scenic riverside venue for closing show

The scenic Sungai Sarawak here has been chosen as the site for a spectacular show to mark the close of the Merdeka Month celebrations on Sept 16.

200,000 for National Day countdown in Kuantan

Some 200,000 people are expected to attend the national-level Merdeka Countdown at the Kuantan Municipal Council field on Aug 30.

Kitchen secrets for future generations

Combining good food and celebrity, an upcoming book for charity presents family recipes of famous folk in Malaysia. PATSY KAM has the story.

Graft a problem, Police Commission told

The Royal Commission on the Police Force was told that corruption occurred at all levels of the force.

PM: Need to review law enforcement

In view of increasing crime, there is a need for the Royal Commission on the Police Force to look into the policemen's role of enforcing law, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Easing the strain on our judges is a just cause

Malaysian judges are being stretched thin. That is the message from Chief Justice Tan Sri Ahmad Fairuz Sheikh Abdul Halim, who notes our judge-to-citizens ratio of 1:322,225 is lower than for many other countries and nearly half some of them.

CJ to propose that new judges be appointed

With the judge-to-citizen ratio standing at 1:322,225, Malaysian judges are overworked and would like to see the ratio reduced by close to half, said the Chief Justice.

Queen: Dr M inspired various achievements

Raja Permaisuri Agong Tuanku Fauziah Tengku Abdul Rashid paid the highest tribute to former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, saying he was the source of inspiration for various achievements attained by the country.

Returning to Rukun Negara

Come Aug 31, the Rukun Negara will be 34 years old and based on its history, the five principles should have been our way of life and not treated as only a pledge to be read occasionally.