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No receipts from BN, UMNO for RM6.5 mln political donation  Witness

No receipts from BN, UMNO for RM6.5 mln political donation Witness

Saidi Abang Samsudin told the High Court that no receipts were received from BN and UMNO for the political donation amounting to RM6.5 million given to Datin Seri Rosmah.

Face mask ceiling price may go down depending on supply - Nanta

Face mask ceiling price may go down depending on supply - Nanta

The ceiling price for face masks, which will be reduced to RM1.20 from RM1.50 beginning Aug 15, may be further lowered depending on the supply situation.

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 3) - Fostering Sustainable Development

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 3) - Fostering Sustainable Development

How will Langkawi pivot in the face of the pandemic and the impending recession? What are the options that both policy makers and the business community have before them? Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan speak to Hezri Adnan, CEO of the Langkawi Development Authority and Hussein Said, one of the biggest Jet Ski operators in Asia and founder of pulaulangkawi.my.

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 1) - Development Agenda Interrupted

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 1) - Development Agenda Interrupted

Tourism -- and its related services -- is one of the biggest sectors for employment -- making up just under a quarter of all jobs in Malaysia. But it is one of the industries worst-hit by the pandemic -- and will likely take years to recover fully. Langkawi is one of two economies in the Federation that is most dependant on tourism for jobs and revenue. Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan speak to Hezri Adnan, CEO of the Langkawi Development Authority and Hussein Said, one of the biggest Jet Ski operators in Asia and founder of pulaulangkawi.my.

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 2) - An Economy in Balance?

Consider This: Langkawi (Part 2) - An Economy in Balance?

Tourism was used to graduate the Langkawi economy from farming and fishing into a modern one, and over the decades the Island has succeeded in its plans with over 3 million visitors last year. But has development become imbalanced? Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan speak to Hezri Adnan, CEO of the Langkawi Development Authority and Hussein Said, one of the biggest Jet Ski operators in Asia and founder of pulaulangkawi.my.

#KiniNews: Flying car dream lives on with PN government

#KiniNews: Flying car dream lives on with PN government

The Perikatan Nasional government believes that "flying cars", super drones or air mobility vehicles have great future potential. "Superdrones have great potential for both the local and international markets," said Entrepreneur Development Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar in the Dewan Rakyat today. The flying car was a pet project of Wan Junaidi's predecessor, Redzuan Mohd Yusoff, who is now a colleague in the PN cabinet. Previously, while in the opposition, several members of the PN government had mocked the project.

Woman with pink wristband in Ipoh eatery not person under surveillance - Cops

Woman with pink wristband in Ipoh eatery not person under surveillance - Cops

The woman seen in an image wearing a pink wristband at a Mamak restaurant here that went viral on social media is not a (PUS).

DBKL continues crackdown on illegal businesses run by foreigners

DBKL continues crackdown on illegal businesses run by foreigners

Four premises were sealed under the Licensing of Hawkers and Stalls (Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur) by-laws 2016.

Najib withdraws review bid on lifting of stay on SRC trial

Najib withdraws review bid on lifting of stay on SRC trial

Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has withdrawn his review application against the decision of the Federal Court.

New COVID-19 cases surge to 21 - Health DG

New COVID-19 cases surge to 21 - Health DG

After recording just one case yesterday, Malaysia today saw a surge in COVID-19 with 21 new cases, 15 of which are imported infections.

No foreigners allowed to work on the front lines - Saravanan

No foreigners allowed to work on the front lines - Saravanan

The government will not allow foreign workers to join the front line while the country is controlling the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Govt carrying out final phase of feasibility study on Labuan bridge project - Annuar

Govt carrying out final phase of feasibility study on Labuan bridge project - Annuar

The government is in the final phase of conducting a feasibility study on building a bridge connecting Labuan to mainland Borneo.

Overstayers must settle compound before allowed home -  Immigration Dept

Overstayers must settle compound before allowed home - Immigration Dept

Foreign nationals who have overstayed in Malaysia for a period of a year and below will be compounded RM1,000.

Perodua Myvi, Axia, Bezza are Malaysias best-selling cars so far this year

Perodua Myvi, Axia, Bezza are Malaysias best-selling cars so far this year

Perodua sold 23,203 vehicles in July 2020, beating its June sales by 9.2 per cent to become its best sales month so far this year and boosting its year-to-date (YTD) sales total to 97,373 units.

Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands road safe for users - Perak EXCO

Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands road safe for users - Perak EXCO

The FT185 Federal Road between Simpang Pulai and Cameron Highlands is safe for motorists, said a state executive councillor.