Saturday, November 28, 2020

Gempa bumi sederhana landa Sumatera, Indonesia

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1,315 kes baru Covid-19, 1,110 pulih, 4 lagi kematian dilaporkan

Sebanyak 11,508 kes aktif direkodkan.

1,315 new cases, 476 in Sabah

Four more deaths take virus toll to 354.

Peruntukan “durian runtuh” Jasa dicantas separuh selepas nama, imej ditukar

Pengumuman pengurangan itu dijangka diumumkan ketika ucapan penggulungan peringkat jawatankuasa minggu depan.

With new name and image, Jasa’s ‘windfall’ budget to be halved

The RM85.5 million allocation, which came under criticism following its announcement on Nov 6, could be cut down by RM40 million, sources say.

Pengusaha tadika terjejas ‘terkapai-kapai’ tanpa bantuan

Pengusaha luah kekesalan kerana tidak diberikan bantuan kerajaan walaupun terjejas teruk sejak pelaksanaan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan.

Satu gempa bumi sederhana berukuran 5.3 pada skala Richter berlaku di selatan Sumatera, Indonesia pada 12.02 pagi ini.

Jabatan Meteorologi Malaysia dalam satu kenyataan memaklumkan gempa itu berlaku pada kedudukan 99 kilometer selatan Bengkulu, Indonesia dengan kedalaman 45 kilometer.

Bagaimanapun, gempa berkenaan tidak membawa ancaman tsunami kepada Malaysia, menurut kenyataan itu.

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