Saturday, January 22, 2022

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Dr Mahathir stable, responding well to treatment

The former prime minister has been at the National Heart Institute for the past two days.

New cases stay above 4,000

Only 0.9% are in Category Three and above.

Nationwide anxiety over Dr Mahathir’s health

This follows his third admission to the National Heart Institute in a matter of weeks.

Johor state assembly dissolved

This paves the way for the fourth state election since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Johor gears up for polls as MB heads to palace

Hasni Mohammad says he has obtained the agreement of Umno division chiefs on the holding of a state election.

Teachers allowed to participate in politics

The same permission applies to staff at the Community Development Department or Kemas.

About 100 PH supporters turn up in Bangsar for anti-Azam protest

This is despite organisers' earlier expectations of a huge rally to demand the top graft buster's removal.

Long letter from Singapore fails to convince billionaire Branson about executing Nagaenthran

Richard Branson sticks to his strong opposition to the death penalty.

Behind the NFT craze

NFTs began gaining momentum in 2020 although it remains to be seen how long the trend will remain.

Badminton ace banned after quitting national team

Lee Zii Jia, previously seen as one of Malaysia's best hopes of winning the country's first ever Olympic gold medal, has yet to comment publicly since news emerged he was cutting ties with BAM.

Offsite jab centres to offer walk-in booster shots for senior citizens

Walk-in services will start at 2pm on the days the offsite PPVs are in operation.

Daily caseload crosses 4,000 mark

This takes total confirmed infections in the country to 2,824,973.

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