Fraud syndicate exploiting deceased busted

A fraud syndicate solicited donations by exploiting the deceased headlined China Press.

They shared the story of a Chinese woman who passed away from breast cancer two years ago to deceive kind-hearted netizens into giving money.

The government’s exemption threshold for e-invoicing is set at an annual turnover of RM150,000, but this is considered insufficient, reported Nanyang Daily. 

Many business representatives are requesting that the threshold be raised to RM500,000. 

Sin Chew Daily front paged that Finance Minister II Datuk Seri Amir Hamzah Azizan said that compared to other ASEAN countries, Malaysia’s airport economic development has lagged far behind, a fact that Malaysians must recognize and accept.

He stated that in terms of air routes, investment, efficiency, and the number of incoming tourists, Malaysia is behind other ASEAN countries.

The High Court has denied former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s request for a judicial review to determine whether the addendum order issued by the former Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Ahmad Shah includes allowing him to serve his sentence under house arrest, headlined Kwong Wah Daily and Guang Ming Daily. 


Sin Chew Daily reported that former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak fell from power in 2018, resulting in the end of the Barisan Nasional (BN) six-decade rule. The daily noted that his political journey serves as a classic lesson for politicians.

The opening of the matriculation program can ensure a fair and just education system which is a reflection of social progress and competitiveness, said Nanyang Daily. 

Outstanding students should opt for foreign education and carry abroad in the event that fair education opportunities are absent.