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IT IS not uncommon to witness heated exchanges between government and opposition members in the Sarawak Legislative Assembly during question time or debate sessions.
WITH nowhere else to turn to, 32-year-old P. Rajeswary and her five children almost became homeless after failing to pay rent.
THE new management of Seremban’s Mawar Medical Centre (MMC), which has just reopened for business after Health Ministry approved its licence application, has pledged to restore the facility to its former glory.
LOUIS Saha has been through a lot in his life. He was a vital cog for Sir Alex Ferguson’s team during their trophy-laden years between 2004 and 2008 and had his fair share of personal mishaps and bad luck on the injury front.
MANY may not have heard of Palam Estate in Kulim, Kedah. It used to be a rubber estate that provided employment for thousands of workers back in the 1950s.
RESIDENTS of Taman Megah Apartments in Kepong are at their wits’ end over various issues plaguing the low-cost flats.
A FOOD caterer who decided to use his late wife’s pension for their children’s education through the National Higher Education Savings Scheme (SSPN-i) Plus account could not have been happier with the decision.
THE National Entrepreneur Group Economic Fund (Tekun) has managed to collect loan repayment amounting to RM200mil from 419,483 borrowers, who took business loans with the agency, during the first five months of this year.
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will replace four old water tanks at Taman Bukit Cheras Block 1 and 3 Apartment in the city as it puts the safety of residents at risk.
VARIOUS China-backed projects such as the East Coast Rail Link are still under review, but Malaysia remains open to Belt and Road Initiatives (BRI) and investments from China, said Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Dr Ong Kian Ming at the Standard Chartered Belt and Road Forum in Kuala Lumpur.