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Malaysia’s power tariffs among lowest in ASEAN region
KUALA LUMPUR - The Covid-19 pandemic and, subsequently, the Russia-Ukraine conflict have...
US President Joe Biden signed the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022 into law earlier this week. - AFP
US takes first step to approve $40 billion in Ukraine aid
WASHINGTON - US lawmakers voted Tuesday to send a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, as Washington...
Spanish officials say that Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez's phone was hacked in May 2021. - AFP
Spain spy chief in hot seat over phone hacking scandal
MADRID - Spain's top spymaster was grilled behind closed doors by lawmakers on Thursday over...
Moody’s Investors Service says the new entrants would increase deposit competition in the consumer and small business segments
M'sia's large banks able to face competition from innovative digital banks - Moody investors
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's six largest banking groups by assets are well-positioned to face...
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Four men arrested for RTK programme fraud - Immigration
KUALA LUMPUR - Three foreign men and a local man were arrested for allegedly operating a fraudulent...
Rising energy prices, a challenging year for TNB
The on-going Russia-Ukraine war has been a boon for oil and gas companies. At US$110-US$120 per...
Pakatan Harapan's top leadership with the Prime Minister this morning. (Source: PH)
PM, PH committed to pass anti-hopping bill next week
SHAH ALAM - The much-awaited anti-hopping Bill will be tabled this Monday (April 11), Prime...
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob
Putrajaya abuzz with Cabinet reshuffle but will it take place?
SHAH ALAM - Speculations are rife over a Cabinet reshuffle within the next few weeks, and this may...
Thailand says fully vaccinated travellers would no longer be required to stay in a pre-booked hotel and undergo mandatory RT-PCR test upon arrival in May,
Thailand plans to replace mandatory RT-PCR test with ATK from May
BANGKOK - Thailand’s Tourism and Sports Ministry will propose to the government’s Covid-19 task...
AirAsia settles over 90 per cent of passenger refunds so far, says Tony Fernandes. - 123RF Photo
AirAsia settles over 90 per cent of passenger refund so far, says Tony Fernandes
KUALA LUMPUR - AirAsia had settled over 90 per cent of passenger refunds thus far, despite financial...
5Ds of bystander intervention involve direct intervention by addressing the situation, distracting to de-escalate, delegating for assistance, delaying for a safer opportunity, and documenting incidents for evidence or support.
Physical abuse: Know the 5Ds in bystander intervention
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Caught in the cycle: Why abuse victims may not press charges?
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Abuse: ‘Police can’t commence investigation unless the victim cooperates’ –...
Proton hints about launching new NEV models soon
German Health Minister Karl Lauterbach looks on during a plenary session, as the parliament scheduled the vote on decriminalisation of cannabis, on February 23, 2024 at the Bundestag (German lower house of parliament) in Berlin. (Photo by Odd ANDERSEN / AFP)
German parliament votes to legalise recreational cannabis
Fully residential religious schools in Perak not allowed to use plastic bottles, packaging
Sultan Nazrin said the initiative by MAIPK and JAIPK to instil a culture of reducing single-use plastic usage should serve as an example for all departments and agencies in Perak. - Photo by Bernama
Oldest lipstick ever found discovered in Iran
Mineralogical composition of the oldest lipstick ever found. Photo by F. Zorzi/Scientific Reports
Journey along Merbok River reflects ancient Kedah Tua Kingdom era
Sungai Merbok, rich with various valuable treasures, attracts tourists from both within and outside the country.
Clearing the air: Asthma vs Bronchitis, what you need to know
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From warriors to queens: Meet Malaysia's princesses who led battles and shaped history
From Puteri Gunung Ledang to Princess Walinong Sari, Malaysia’s impressive princesses have captured hearts with their courage and beauty. - Photo for illustration purpose only.
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