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A Ukrainian servicemen drives a car near their position in Novoluhanske, Donetsk area, Ukraine, June 8, 2022. Russian troops on 24 February entered Ukrainian territory, starting a conflict that has provoked destruction and a humanitarian crisis. (EPA
War in Ukraine takes toll on East Asian economies
In today’s hyper-connected world, with our interlinked economies, migrant diasporas and 24-hour...
Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi at the Kuala Lumpur Courts Complex for his corruption trial on May 23, 2022. - BERNAMA
RM13 million contribution for building mosque, tahfiz school, not bribe for MyEG project - Zahid
KUALA LUMPUR - Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi told the High Court today that a RM13 million...
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said New Zealand will reopen to the world in August. - AFP
New Zealand fully reopens to the world in August - Ardern
WELLINGTON - New Zealand will fully reopen to the world in August, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern...
From May 1, employers will start paying workers a minimum wage of RM1,500 from RM1,200.
Hike in minimum wages may see workers out of jobs, says economist
SHAH ALAM - The new minimum wage hike may see more small businesses closing down operations, an...
Heidy (left) and Glorene (Source: Facebook)
Alternatives needed to avoid overcrowding in depots, NGOs ready to collaborate
SHAH ALAM - Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and independent bodies are ready to work...
Photo source: Malaysian Immigration Department Facebook
Four men arrested for RTK programme fraud - Immigration
KUALA LUMPUR - Three foreign men and a local man were arrested for allegedly operating a fraudulent...
Former deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi will answer his 47 charges involving criminal breach of trust (CBT), corruption and money laundering charges in relation to Yayasan Akalbudi (YAB) funds, tomorrow (April 13).
Ahmad Zahid to take the stand tomorrow over 47 charges related to Yayasan Akalbudi funds
KUALA LUMPUR - Former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi will answer his 47...
Photo for illustration purpose only - Source: 123rf
Cost of Indonesian maid recruitment set at RM7,800, Dewan Rakyat told
KUALA LUMPUR - The cost of bringing in Indonesian domestic workers is set at RM7,800 with RM6,000 on...
Issues related to the government's measures to monitor home ownership and rental in line with the cost of living and income of the people are among the highlights of the Dewan Rakyat sitting today. - BERNAMA
Govt's measures to monitor home ownership focus of Dewan Rakyat, today
KUALA LUMPUR - Issues related to the government's measures to monitor home ownership and rental...
PAPSMA positioned itself as an alternative to recruiting local and foreign workers compared to the FWCMS, which is operated by Bestinet Sdn Bhd.
PAPSMA positioned itself as an alternative to FWCMS in recruiting local and foreign workers
SHAH ALAM - The National Association of Private Employment Agencies Malaysia (PAPSMA) has urged...
Microplastics: Becoming one with trash
Parents advised to change style of educating children to avoid unwanted incidents
What happened between badminton duo Pearly Tan and M Thinaah?
Swine flu confirmed in the UK: What you need to know?
Dark side of modelling: Woman speak out against photographer's misconduct
Nine cases of monkeypox reported in Malaysia
Nine cases of monkeypox infection (mpox) involving a foreign national and eight locals were reported in the country between July and November this year. - Photo 123RF
GEG: Khairy's fight for public health continues
Pix for illustration purpose only. - FILE PIX
Child sexual abuse cases tops JKM's list - Nancy
Nancy - Bernama
Why Sabah and Sarawak MPs are 'not on the same page' with Federal Government?
Malaysia's two eastern states, Sabah and Sarawak, have consistently disagreed with the Federal Government, resulting in a lack of consensus among their MPs. - Pix by Sinar Daily
Home Ministry drafting bill to safeguard welfare of police retirees, former police officers
The Home Ministry is drafting a bill to regulate the welfare aspects of police retirees, as well as former police officers, said its deputy minister Datuk Seri Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah. - BERNAMA FILE PIX
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