Monday, June 14, 2021

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Court throws out Najib’s bid to stay RM1.69 billion tax case

A High Court judge says the former prime minister has no strong grounds for a stay of execution to be granted.

Restaurant bosses urge govt to allow dining in, longer opening hours

Primas also calls for other measures to help operators stay afloat including an automatic loan moratorium and rental relief assistance.

To ease SOPs or not depends on risk metric, says health minister

Dr Adham Baba says the metric will take into consideration factors such as the daily infectivity rate, number of deaths and capacity of frontliners.

New cases fall below 5,000

1,523 new cases in Selangor.

Hope for hepatitis C patients as new drug to be available at govt hospitals

Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah says some 400,000 hepatitis C patients in the country are currently awaiting treatment.

Lorry driver issued summons for carrying 48 Covid-positive workers

Police say the employer had arranged for a lorry to bring 135 workers who had tested positive for Covid-19 to the district health office.

Don’t push for GE15 during pandemic, says Umno’s Tajuddin

He says the Umno election machinery should be mobilised to help the government flatten the Covid-19 curve.

Lockdown SOPs to be reviewed if daily cases drop below 4,000, says Ismail Sabri

He voices hope that the daily caseload will hit the target figure by next week.

New cases drop again to 5,304

Selangor reports 1,973 cases followed by Sarawak with 544.

Conspiracy theorist wanted in France over abduction deported from Malaysia

Remy Daillet, his partner and three children were deported from KLIA and are expected to arrive in France early Monday.

Govt drafting national recovery plan for Covid-19 battle, says Muhyiddin

The prime minister says it will be presented to the National Security Council within the next week.

DAP must accept working with Umno, says Anwar loyalist

Abdullah Sani says cooperation with the Malay party would be in the interest of the people.

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