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Chong Hwa students get UEC green light

PUTRAJAYA: Students from SM Chong Hwa in Kuantan have been gi­­ven the green light to take the Uni­fied Examination Certificate (UEC).

Monitor contractors work, ministry urged

JOHOR BARU: The Housing and Local Government Ministry should better monitor the work being carried out by contractors at public housing projects to ensure they do not carry out shoddy work or use poor quality building materials.

Sarawak against shorter operating hours at Brunei-border checkpoints

MIRI: Sarawak wants the operating hours at four Sarawak-Brunei checkpoints which were extended from 6am to midnight daily, since Sept 1, 2015, to be maintained.

Britain should not expect to pre-negotiate on Brexit - German deputy finance minister

BERLIN (Reuters) - Britain should not expect to hold any "pre-negotiations" with the European Union on its exit from the bloc, Germany's deputy finance minister said, adding that London must keep its borders open if it wants to retain access to the EU's single market.

Turkey says suspends 12,801 police over alleged links with cleric Gulen

ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish authorities suspended nearly 13,000 police officers, detained dozens of air force officers and shut down a TV station on Tuesday, widening a state-ordered clampdown against perceived enemies in the wake of July's failed coup.

Othman Aziz: No GST hike for Budget 2017

LANGKAWI: Budget 2017, which will be tabled by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Oct 21, will not involve a hike in the Goods and Services Tax (GST), says Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Othman Aziz.

Two-term limit proposal can be based on convention, says Opposition

KUALA LUMPUR: A proposal to limit the prime minister's tenure to two terms can be implemented based on convention and does not necessarily require an amendment to the Federal Constitution, the Opposition claimed.

Help ease burden of cancer patients, urges DPM

KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has urged the public to throw their support behind charitable programmes to help ease the burden of cancer patients.

Thai govt refuses to comment on controversial expenditure

BANGKOK: THE government has refused to comment on the almost Bt21mil (RM2.49mil) bill for Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan and his team to travel to Hawaii for the Asean-US Defence Ministers’ meeting on the weekend a cost that includes the hiring of a charter flight.

‘Budget should focus on security beef-up’

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Crime Prevention Foundation (MCPF) is hoping that next year’s Budget will focus on strengthening the country’s security agencies in view of global security threats.

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