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KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here has allowed an application by former banker Joanna Yu and two others to strike out a lawsuit against them by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak over allegations of mismanagement of his bank accounts.
KUALA LUMPUR: The police have seized 61kg of ganja worth RM154,250 and arrested six men in several raids in the city, says Wangsa Maju OCPD Supt Rajab Ahad Ismail.
PUTRAJAYA: A total of RM11.8bil has been disbursed under the first round of the Wage Subsidy Scheme, says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
KOTA KINABALU: As the race to form the next state government continues, Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) secretary-general Datuk Jahid Jahim has arrived at the Istana Negeri to hand over what he says are 41 statutory declarations in support of the candidate for chief minister.
WASHINGTON (AP): A New York Times report that President Donald Trump paid just US$750 (RM3,124) in federal income tax the year he entered the White House – and, thanks to colossal losses, no income tax at all in 11 of the 18 years that the Times reviewed – served to raise doubts about Trump's self-image as a shrewd and successful businessman.
KOTA KINABALU: Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin is expected to make his decision on who will be the next Sabah Chief Minister today.
KAJANG folk wanting to start a kindergarten, nursery or care centre can apply to change the building’s use via Kajang Municipal Council’s (MPKj) newly introduced “We Care Online” system.
SIBU: Security guards subdued a man who was creating a commotion at a shopping complex here, whom the police later arrested.
KOTA KINABALU: Yang di-Pertua NegeriTun Juhar Mahiruddin has met with Sabah Bersatu chairman Datuk Hajiji Mohd Noor and state Barisan Nasional chief Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin at Istana Negeri but the question on who will be the next chief minister is still unanswered.
UNITED NATIONS, Sept 27 (AFP): "Our common house is in disorder," said French President Emmanuel Macron, describing the troubled state of the United Nations General Assembly as it prepares for a second week of mostly virtual meetings and speeches starting Tuesday (Sept 22).