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Mahdzir: BN governments left Kedah forests alone

KUALA NERANG: None of the eight previous mentris besar in Kedah allowed full-scale logging near Pedu Lake, said Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid.

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Ng Yen Yen optimistic Psy can help Penang gallop to fame

PUTRAJAYA: Having Korean pop superstar Psy perform at the Barisan Nasional Chinese New Year celebration in Penang will make the state world famous, said Tourism Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen.

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Change stand on ‘Allah’ issue, Pakatan urged

GEORGE TOWN: Some 50 people gathered at a mosque here and demanded that Pakatan Rakyat change its stand that non-Muslims can use the word “Allah”.

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As we usher in the Year of the Snake, let us all see the light side of politics

LAUGHTER is one of the most sought-after things during Chinese New Year. The Chinese believe that laughter in the new year will bring happiness throughout the year.

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Ronnie Liu’s ‘aide’ quits in protest

GEORGE TOWN: A man who claims to be the personal assistant to Selangor state executive councillor Ronnie Liu has resigned saying he has lost confidence in his boss.

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Lifeline for faltering RM2b project

KOTA BARU: The Kelantan Govern­ment plans to extend its contract for the controversial RM2bil waterfront project here to 2020 with the private developer.

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Of Psy, dances and dunces

There are just some things that you don't do at religious events or places such as dancing Oppa Gangnam-style.

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Nik Aziz doesn’t know Psy’s a man

PETALING JAYA: Korean megastar Psy may be famous worldwide, but PAS spiritual leader Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat has mistaken him for a female performer, urging him to cover his aurat (parts of body not allowed to be seen according to Islam).

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SAPP chief claims BN turncoats fishing for favours with expensive bait

KOTA KINABALU: Some Sabah opposition politicians are showering their Kuala Lumpur leaders with lobsters, tiger prawns and bird’s nest to secure their candidacy.