37-year-old stabbed 56-year-old boyfriend

China Press Daily headlined that a 56-year-old man was fatally stabbed in his home by his 37-year-old girlfriend, who is originally from China.

Reportedly, the deceased regularly spent tens of thousands of Singapore dollars on the defendant and supported her child. Despite their closeness, an unexplained dispute led to a fatal altercation.

During the third monetary policy meeting in May, the central bank decided to keep the overnight policy rate (OPR) at 3%, as expected by the market, frontpaged Nanyang Daily

People urinating anywhere lazily have caused a strong smell at the Komtar Bus Station. Workers have to clean it more often to keep it smelling fresh, is headlines in Kwong Wah Daily.

During their current visit to our country, senior American officials have issued a warning, revealing that the United States has been monitoring oil transfer activities among ships in Malaysian waters is the lead story in Sin Chew Daily.

They have found that our country and its surrounding waters have become transit points for reselling Iranian oil.

Guang Ming Daily led that the global suspension of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has sparked significant attention. Health Minister Datuk Seri Zulkifli stated that the Ministry of Health will issue a statement in response to this matter soon.


After hovering for a while following the Lunar New Year, the Malaysian stock market began to climb, Nanyang Daily said. It surged this week, confidently reaching 1600 points. This marks a new high in two years, with the market value breaking 2 trillion ringgit for the first time, exciting many.

Renowned local fund manager Tan Teng Boo boldly predicts that the composite index could reach 2500 to 3000 points in the next 3 to 5 years, surprising many investors. The daily wondered if this meant that Malaysia’s long-awaited bull market was restarting.

By then, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar’s vision for a thriving Malaysia will come true, with Anwaronomics officially surpassing Najibnomics and Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s economics. With prosperity for all, racial conflicts will decrease. Ten years from now, let’s hope that all of this will become a reality, not just a dream.

After 50 years of diplomatic ties between Malaysia and China, the transformation from early restrictions on people’s movement to today’s close cooperation illustrates endless possibilities in international relations and bilateral partnerships, Sin Chew Daily pointed out.

The daily hoped that opening visa-free entry on the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations will be a new milestone. As The Chinese ambassador to Malaysia Ouyang Yujing said, we are good neighbors, friends, partners, and brothers.

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