Singaporean cars not the only target of thieves
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Singaporean cars not the only target of thieves

Malaysia’s police dismissed the note left by a car owner in Singapore pleading not to smash windows incident as mere mischief said Johor Baru South OCPD Asst Comm Raub Selamat.  The police also refuted the claim that Singaporean vehicles are being targeted by thieves, according to him. He emphasised that the police are committed to…

Perkeso urges employers to register before the Ops Kesan kickoff
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Perkeso urges employers to register before the Ops Kesan kickoff

Employers are urged to register their companies and workers with Perkeso before the start of Ops Kesan on June 15th , said its chief executive, Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed. Azman highlighted that Ops Kesan aims to ensure all employers with at least one employee register their companies and staff under relevant sections…

PM Anwar strengthens ties with Kyrgyz Republic
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PM Anwar strengthens ties with Kyrgyz Republic

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim travelled to the Kyrgyz Republic with the aim of enhancing bilateral relations between the two countries and finding new ways they can work together. “After completing the assignment in Qatar, I proceeded directly to the Republic of Kyrgyz for a two-day official visit accompanied by a Malaysian government delegation,…

Crime analyst urges EPF contributors to keep account balances private
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Crime analyst urges EPF contributors to keep account balances private

Employees Provident Fund (EPF) account balances should be kept private, said crime analyst Datuk Shahul Hamid Abdul Rahim. Apparently a new phenomenon is emerging as contributors to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) take to social media to share screenshots of their account balances. He claimed that he didn’t understand why people would reveal their savings…

Win in KKB proves PH-BN alliance is effective
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Win in KKB proves PH-BN alliance is effective

The Federal Court’s ruling that dismissed an appeal by the Perlis Islamic Council against the High Court ruling on the unilateral conversion of Loh Siew Hong’s three children is headlines in China Press. International Monetary Fund’s chief Kristalina Georgieva warned that artificial intelligence would impact the global market like a tsunami front paged Sin Chew….

Malaysian housing market exhibits positive recovery trend
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Malaysian housing market exhibits positive recovery trend

Malaysia’s housing market is recovering with more properties being bought and sold last year, said Housing and Local Government Development Minister Nga Kor Ming. “Since the Madani government took over, our overhang properties dropped from 37,066 units to 24,000 units, which indicates a significant improvement of more than 40 per cent,” Nga said, reported Bernama. …

Johor police chief increases security for Super League football match

Johor police chief increases security for Super League football match

Police will heighten security for the 2024/25 Super League football match said Johor police chief M. Kumar. The Johor’s police chief revealed that he has ordered increased security measures for the upcoming match between Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Negeri Sembilan FC this Saturday. Recently assaults on three football players have surprised the nation and…

Public urged to watch out for scammers impersonating NSRC officials
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Public urged to watch out for scammers impersonating NSRC officials

The public to watch out for scams where imposters pretend to be officials from the National Scam Response Centre (NSRC) by both The Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) and the Association of Islamic Banking and Financial Institutions Malaysia (AIBIM) In a joint statement, both banks claimed that there are a growing number of such…

Agriculture minister: Rice distribution going well across country
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Agriculture minister: Rice distribution going well across country

The Agriculture and Food Security Minister, Datuk Seri Mohamad Sabu, said that the distribution of 140,000 metric tonnes of rice across the country is going well. “Despite some shortages, the matter has been managed well, ” said Mohamad, reported Bernama. He was speaking at the inauguration of the Veterinary Development Convention and Innovation Day held…

Malaysian actress battles health issues since February, nears full recovery
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Malaysian actress battles health issues since February, nears full recovery

Malaysian actress Lin Min Chen suffered from swelling in her face, neck, and bad headaches since February, according to her Facebook reels. “I’ve been sick on and off since February this year. I’ve tried all sorts of methods, but nothing seems to work. It’s driving me crazy,” she said in the reels. Fortunately she is…