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No peace for CM Musa

Datuk Musa Aman has been the target of vicious rumours about being asked to step down as Sabah Chief Minister but his supporters say he still enjoys the confidence of the Prime Minister, writes JOCELINE TAN.

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Shape up or ship out, Idris tells civil servants

Buck up or face action - this is the advice of Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh to errant civil servants in the state.

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Five-day break for civil servants

Civil servants will be going on a five-day break beginning Feb 9, which is the first day of Chinese New Year.

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Plagued by the ‘Michael Chong phenomenon’

FOR many people, the name Datuk Michael Chong comes to mind whenever they encounter problems like threats from loan sharks or when they need funds for medical treatment.

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Pahang MB declares war on aedes

Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob has taken the fight against dengue personally. The Mentri Besar said he would personally inspect and identify uncompleted buildings with mosquito breeding grounds.

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'Tax money not for leisure use'

It is not fair for those in the civil service to use taxpayers' money for leisure, say Malaysians commenting on Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi#8217;s call for official trips with too much of such activities to be scrapped.

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Government must have political will to make civil service deliver

From TAN SRI RAMON NAVARATNAM of Kuala Lumpur.

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Smile, if you're with the civil service

If you are a civil servant, please smile, be helpful and never be rude for you will never know who will be watching you.

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Module exemption for 50,000 teachers

A new Public Services Department (PSD) ruling has exempted some 50,000 teachers from taking the Nationalism module when they sit for their Efficiency Level Assessment (PTK) test.

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PM shows he’s a true environmentalist

The international conference on biodiversity in Paris beginning today may sound like a highbrow meeting for politicians, diplomats and environmentalists but for Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, it is about the ordinary people.