Thursday, December 2, 2021


Grab’s Nasdaq debut to set tone for regional listings

The backdoor listing on Nasdaq marks the high point for the Singapore company that began as a ride-hailing app and now operates across 400 cities in eight countries.

65 students at Cyberjaya boarding school down with Covid-19

This is the first time a boarding school has reported this many cases.

49 reported Covid deaths take toll to 30,474

Selangor records the most at 12.

The Bidayuh’s hard good-bye to their native land

Despite the challenges and difficulties of living in their rural villages, the move to Bengoh under a resettlement scheme meant heartbreak for many.

No Undi 18, automatic voter registration for Sarawak polls, says EC

The Sarawak state legislative assembly was dissolved on Nov 3, before the amendment was gazetted.

New cases rise past 5,400

This takes total confirmed infections in the country to 2,638,221.

Temporary ban on travellers from countries deemed at-risk from Omicron

Plans to set up Vaccinated Travel Lanes with those countries will also be put on hold.

Neelofa and husband given discharge not amounting to acquittal for SOP charges

Their lawyer Muhammad Shafee Abdullah says a compound process will take place either today or tomorrow.

Hike in price of essential goods not caused by traders, says PM

Ismail Sabri Yaakob blames the problem on costs incurred throughout the supply chain.

Subsidies, the answer to rising price of goods?

Food subsidies, direct cash aid and food stamps are floated as possible solutions to the problem.

96.9% of adults, 86.1% of teens fully jabbed

Some 98.3% of adults and 89.7% of teenagers have received at least one dose of vaccine.

Nothing to hide over Langkawi land lease, says Mahathir

The former prime minister says there is a difference between a land lease and a gift.

Other News