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SARAWAK and Sabah have their own autonomy control when it comes to immigration laws.
KUALA LUMPUR: Activist Hishamuddin Md Rais was fined RM5,000 by the Sessions Court here after he was found guilty of uttering seditious words at a forum on the May 13 riots.
FILM connoisseurs can expect an explosion of screenings and talks at Tropfest SEA 2015 in Penang.
The need to unite Malaysians and maintain harmony in the country prompted the Star Media Group to initiate the Voices of Moderation campaign.
AFTER a two-year hiatus, non-governmental organisation (NGO) Ipoh City Watch (ICW) is being revived and aims to be the voice of the Ipoh people once again.
mORE than 230 Malaysian youths broadened their horizons by learning from Harvard-trained tutors at the recent Asia Leadership Seminar 2015.
There will be a temporary lane closure at KM2.5 and KM3.5 along the South Klang Valley Expressway (SKVE). Today, a contra-flow (Kajang-bound) will be set up along with the closure of slip road to Hospital Serdang between 10.30pm to 6am.
KUCHING: The power tariffs offered by Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB) to energy-intensive industries in Samalaju Industrial Park, Bintulu, are competitive but not cheap, according to State Planning Unit director Datuk Ismawi Ismuni.
A GROUP of students pursuing a Diploma in Special Education (Early Years) at Dika Kolej in Puchong are out to do a good deed for children with special needs.
CAMBODIAN freelance filmmaker Polen Ly’s passion in shooting movies paid off big time when he emerged winner of Tropfest South East Asia 2015 in Penang.