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Funds outflow likely to slow down

Situation to get better when new Pakatan govt announces economic policies


Terengganu Pakatan Youth wants Raja Kamarul Bahrin in Cabinet

KUALA TERENGGANU: Pakatan Harapan Youth in Terengganu wants to see state Pakatan chief Datuk Raja Kamarul Bahrin Shah become part of the federal Cabinet in the hopes that he would bring up problems and issues plaguing the state.

So Aunty, So What?

To Malaysia with love, from the world

We are in the spotlight as the global flavour of the month. Keeping that love is going to take a lot more hard work.


Radzi: Electoral reforms needed

PETALING JAYA: Electoral reforms such as automatic voter registration and having an independent body for redelineation exercises are necessary to ensure a smooth election process in the future, a former home minister says.


Council meetings now open to public

PONTIAN: All full council meetings in Johor will now be open to the public, says state executive councillor Tan Hong Pin.


Azlan Man sworn in as Perlis MB for second term

ARAU: Bintong assemblyman Datuk Seri Azlan Man has been sworn in as the Perlis Mentri Besar for the second term.


‘Raja of Perlis still prefers Azlan as mentri besar’

KANGAR: Despite Barisan Nasio­nal’s best efforts to offer a new mentri besar for Perlis, the Ruler still prefers Datuk Seri Azlan Man, sources said.


Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad a respected leader

SHAH ALAM: Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad, who was named the Health Minister on Friday (May 18) in the new Cabinet of Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, is a respected leader in the Kuala Selangor parliamentary constituency where he is the MP.

Metro News

Recycling GE14 campaign materials into bags and stuff

It was an election to remember, and now you can have souvenirs in the form of bags, gift wrappers and other stuff made from banners and posters used during the campaigning period.


Singapore to be first investment stop for Johor government

JOHOR BARU: The Pakatan Harapan state go­­vern­ment plans to make Singapore its first “investment stop” as the island republic is strategic and the closest to the state.