Thursday, October 21, 2021

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Langkawi is not Batu Puteh, Dr M responds to Johor sultan

He says Langkawi has not been claimed by Thailand, or made the subject of an international legal case where two nations had agreed to abide by the outcome.

New cases continue to hover at 5,500

This is the third day that daily cases have remained below 6,000.

Majority of Melaka Umno leaders snub Zahid’s solo move at coming polls

Some say the move would be tantamount to handing the state to Pakatan Harapan on a silver platter.

Growing up amid the garbage of a slum village in Sarawak

The dump site is the only playground that four-year-old Michelle has ever known.

New cases below 6,000 for second day

This takes total confirmed infections in the country to 2,401,866.

Failure to develop padi industry, land policy ‘bias’ behind Malaysia’s food security concerns

Experts say obstacles remain to achieving self-sufficiency, caused in part by a lack of downstream activities and a heightened focus on industrial crops.

LHDN chief’s contract cut short

Sabin Samitah's contract will be cut short effective Oct 19.

Govt stands firm on restrictions for anti-vaxxers

Defence Minister Hishammuddin Hussein says such people should not think that the flexibility given to those who are vaccinated will also apply to them.

Daily cases plunge to 5,400

This is in comparison to 6,145 the day before.

Khairy scoffs at Anwar’s claim that govt failed to rebut anti-vaxxers

He says the government has presented scientific evidence on the vaccines from the very beginning.

Melaka goes to polls on Nov 20

This is the first election since the Sabah polls in September last year.

Najib to join Rosmah in couple’s first trip abroad since downfall

The former prime minister has been granted the temporary release of his passport for travel to Singapore as well.

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