RM500,000 in a suitcase found

A staggering amount of RM500,000 was found in a suitcase left at a parking space of a shopping mall in Petaling Jaya. This was the main story in Guang Ming Daily.

China Press headlined that Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s call for stringement enforcement and monitoring in view of rising food price.

Sin Chew Daily led with Anwar urging the public to be more courteous at the Malaysia Madani Executive Dialogue session.

Nanyang Daily led with Transport Minister announcing an online system for vehicle deregistration called e-Dereg.

Human Resources Minister Steven Sim Chee Keong’s 100 days in office is the headlines in Kwong Wah.


Nanyang Daily highlighted the consequences of poor loan planning which would affect future repayment abilities, while factoring interest rate hikes and defaults. It said that government’s assistance and a scrutiny over loans are vital to ensure financial stability.