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Rahman Dahlan's Defamation Suit Against Mkini To Proceed In August

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court set two days from Aug 15 to hear Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan's defamation suit against Malaysiakini (Mkini) and its reporter.

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Adenan Pledges To Help With Similar Rooney Rebit Cases

KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem has given his word that he will look into other cases which are similar to that of Rooney Rebit.

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Water Supply Disruption In Seremban, Gemas On May 10, 11

SEREMBAN -- Consumers in several areas in Seremban and Gemas will face disruption in their water supply on May 10 and 11 due to replacement of valves and realignment of mains by Syarikat Air Negeri Sembilan Sdn Bhd (SAINS).

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18-Year-Old Who Impersonated A Pilot Sparks Security Scare In Penang Airport

Leonardo DiCaprio playing the role of real life pilot imposter, Frank Abagnale Jr in the movie 'Catch Me If You Can'. (Inset) Pilot imposter deported by Penang Immigration earlier in April this year. FilePic: Getty Images

He was only 18-years old but that did not stop a male passenger, reportedly of South African descent, from pulling off a convincing impersonation of a real pilot until he ordered a 'Bloody Mary' cocktail in the business class section.

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Health Ministry Proposes That Medical Graduates Be Alllowed To Serve In Other Ministries

FilePic: mmss2015.malaysianmedics.orgKUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has proposed that new medical graduates in this country be allowed to serve with other ministries in tackling the lack of posts for medical officers in the government hospitals.

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'Don't Use Religion To Curb Media Freedom'

KUALA LUMPUR: The editor-in-chief of the now defunct news portal The Malaysian Insider, Jahabar Sadiq, expressed hope that the country would not come to a point where media freedom is restricted by the use of the religion card.

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Over 170,000 Youths To Get B2 Motorcycle Licence Through MyLesen Programme This Year

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 170,000 youths, secondary school students in particular, are expected to get the B2 motorcycle licence through the MyLesen programme this year.

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Vote Candidates With High Calibre, Commitment, Says Najib

SRI AMAN: Candidates with high calibre and strong commitment to bring about progress, as opposed to the ‘fly-by-night’ election hopefuls, are the ones that can contribute to the state’s administration and should be elected come polling day.

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Minimum Wage Order Brings Mixed Reactions

Pic: mtuc.org.myKUALA LUMPUR: The announcement on the Minimum Wages Order 2016 (MWO 2016) which will be enforced on all employers in the private sector from July 1, regardless of the number of their employees, has invited mixed reactions from various quarters.

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Cityliner Buses Back In Service

Pic: cityliner.com.myKOTA BAHARU: Cityliner bus commuters are relieved now that the company has resumed its services for 19 routes in the state, after the services were disrupted for two days.

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