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Malacca and Indonesia are proposing to introduce a new gateway for Indonesian workers to travel and work in Malacca, especially in industries located in coastal areas, on a daily basis. Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Idris Haron said that through the
Police are investigating the Black 505 rally as it was held without obtaining proper approval from the authorities. Johor police deputy chief Senior Asst Comm Datuk Ismail Yatim said that the Opposition had not informed them 10 days in advance as
Teachers of SMK Taman Desa Jaya travelled back in time when they turned up in school dressed as students. There were many different styles and colours spotted while some teachers wore their prefect and librarian outfits to celebrate Teachers Day.
A popular actor was arrested by Selangor Islamic Affairs Department (Jais) officers for khalwat (close proximity) at Apartment Taman Sri Subang here early Thursday. The 25-year-old actor, who was engaged in December last year, was arrested at 3.30am
Princess Elizabeth have been tirelessly rehearsing for a special performance on Teacher's Day today. About 30 of the school's visually impaired pupils will be taking part to honour their beloved teachers on the special day. Mohamad Amir Irfan, 12,
Malacca's new team of executive councillors will not be allowed to slack in their duties following the implementation of a digital KPI system, says Chief Minister Datuk Wira Idris Haron . He added that the computerised system would record their job
MCA is allocated one seat in the new state executive council line-up in accordance with the special request made by Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar to have a Chinese representative. MCA national organising secretary Datuk Tee
South American giants Argentina and South Africa have been added to list of team for the World League semi-finals to be held in Johor Baru from June 29-July 7. The two teams are qualifiers from Round Two of the World League held in Rio de Janeiro in
Sarawakians here speak of their experience which shows that people of different cultures can live in unity. For housewife Dati Mariang, bonding over the kuali has been one way of fostering lasting friendships with Indian, Chinese and Malay neighbours.
It's anyone's guess as to who would be appointed as Selangor Mentri Besar and the puzzle will only be resolved a week from now. For Selangor residents, hopes are high for a leader who can ensure benefits for the people and that Selangor remains as