Mon05012017

LAST_UPDATEMon, 01 May 2017 10am

Dog's Barks Save Batu Arang Owners From 13-Foot King Cobra

KUALA LUMPUR: A barking dog saved his owners from falling prey to a 13 foot-long king cobra which had entered their fruit shop undetected.

Read more: Dog's Barks Save Batu Arang Owners From 13-Foot King Cobra

Defend Current Gov't And Its Good Track Record, DPM Tells Sabahans

SIPITANG: The people should strive to defend the current government, which has an exemplary track record, instead of considering a change that might prove to be detrimental to the country, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said here, today.

Read more: Defend Current Gov't And Its Good Track Record, DPM Tells Sabahans

Sarawak Born Artist To Represent Malaysia At Street Art Fest In Aussie

KUCHING: Local mural artist Leonard Siaw Quan Cheng has made the state proud by becoming the grand prize winner of the ‘Make Your Mark’ challenge at the Melbourne Street Art Competition in Kuala Lumpur recently.

Read more: Sarawak Born Artist To Represent Malaysia At Street Art Fest In Aussie

PKR Leaders Are No-Shows At Pas Muktamar Launch

ALOR STAR: PKR leaders who were expected to attend Pas' 63rd Muktamar today were nowhere to be found – with the notable exception of one of its vice-presidents, Dr Shaharuddin Badaruddin.

Read more: PKR Leaders Are No-Shows At Pas Muktamar Launch

No Cooperation With 'Directionless' PPBM, Says Hadi

ALOR STAR: Pas has decided it will not work with Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) as the new political party "lacks direction".

Read more: No Cooperation With 'Directionless' PPBM, Says Hadi

80 Pct Of Employers, Foreign Workers Yet To Apply For E-Kad - Immigration DG

Pic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: Eighty per cent of employers and foreign workers have yet to apply for the enforcement card (E-Kad) to legalise the re-employment of illegal immigrants.

Read more: 80 Pct Of Employers, Foreign Workers Yet To Apply For E-Kad - Immigration DG

Do Not Be Duped By Opposition Lies In Run Up To GE14 - Liow

TEMERLOH: Malaysians have been urged not to be duped by opposition lies made in the run up to the 14th general election.

Read more: Do Not Be Duped By Opposition Lies In Run Up To GE14 - Liow

Death Of Tahfiz Student: Remand On Suspect Extended Further

JOHOR BAHRU: The remand on an assistant warden of a tahfiz school here who was arrested on suspicion of having brutally assaulted a student, there has been further extended by seven days.

Read more: Death Of Tahfiz Student: Remand On Suspect Extended Further

Investigation Will Be Conducted If Complaints Received Against Content On Group Chats - MCMC

CYBERJAYA: Conversations in any group messaging applications such as WhatsApp, Wechat, Viber, and Telegram are considered private in nature but investigation will be conducted if there are complaints against the content distributed in the group, said the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) in a statement, Friday.

Read more: Investigation Will Be Conducted If Complaints Received Against Content On Group Chats - MCMC

Govt Plans To Expand Cooperation Between ESSCom And Security Agencies In Philippine, Indonesia - Hishammuddin

Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.

LAHAD DATU -- Minister With Special Functions Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein today said that the government was planning to expand the cooperation between the Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) and the security agencies in Philippine and Indonesia to strengthen security in Sulu Sea.

Read more: Govt Plans To Expand Cooperation Between ESSCom And Security Agencies In Philippine, Indonesia -...