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Dateline Lion City: News briefs from Singaporee

Dateline Lion City: News briefs from Singaporee including that a government committee has rapped the knuckles of several ministries and statutory boards for irregularities in their financial statements, including overpayments, delays in making refunds and irregular tendering practices.

CM: Ban related to Terengganu govt still on

The Malacca government#8217;s ruling in preventing civil servants from attending or conducting any official function in Terengganu is still effective, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam.

Land Office under much pressure

The Government is finding it tough to live up to the public's high expectations although everything has been implemented to counter the backlog of land applications, said Tan Sri Samsuddin Osman.

PM praises civil servants for their contributions

Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad paid tribute to civil servants for their work and contributions in helping the country to develop despite his scolding them.

Defective flats to be demolished by March

The 17 blocks of flats at Indera Mahkota, which showed structural defects five years ago, will be demolished before March, said Pahang Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.

ACA to probe councils, Land and Mines Dept

The Anti-Corruption Agency will carry out a thorough inspection on the policy system and work procedures of all local councils and Land and Mines Department offices nationwide soon.

Life-long jobs no more for state employees

THE jobs-for-life for the 30 million public institution employees in China is about to end.

ACA adopting proactive stance on corruption

The Anti-Corruption Agency is taking its fight against malpractice and abuse of power to another level with its intention to investigate reports posted on the Internet.

Reward competent teachers

From HELEN YEANG of Kuala Lumpur.I>(via e-mail)/I>

On a mission not so impossible

Terengganu will be the state to watch this general election, says B>JOCELINE TAN/B>. Terengganu Umno's No 2 Datuk Idris Jusoh is confident the state will be returned to the Barisan Nasional.