Monday, October 25, 2021

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Calling Najib ‘VIP criminal’, Dr M questions court move allowing passport returns for Umno leaders

The former prime minister also asks about the long delay in concluding Najib's appeal process for his SRC International conviction and sentence.

Najib finds safe haven in PM Ismail as he steers clear of Zahid

While the former prime minister and the Umno president previously presented a united face, Najib has decided that he can only survive by joining hands with Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

Work from home sees migration in property purchase trends

House buyers are no longer as concerned about finding property located near city centres.

Teachers reminded to get their jabs as students return to school

Education Minister Radzi Jidin issues a reminder that those who refuse to be vaccinated without medical reasons could face disciplinary action or termination of service.

Reaching for the stars: A mother’s fight to get citizenship for her son

While Alias Daniel went from abandoned to adopted, his life as a stateless child is still fraught with uncertainty.

PN ready for 3-way fights in Melaka

Muhyiddin Yassin says the coalition can no longer wait for other parties to decide whether to work together or not.

No US-style ‘Great Resignation’ expected in Malaysia

Bosses group MEF says resignations are in fact on the decline although an economist warns that such a scenario is possible as younger workers favour freedom over financial gains.

Financial aid still needed on path to Covid-19 recovery

Many continue to struggle even as the country begins moving towards the endemic phase of Covid-19.

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.

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.

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.

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