Sunday, April 11, 2021


Theatre houses glad to turn on the spotlights again after a year with no audience

But some say the digital hybrid is here to stay, although how well this will resonate with fans remains to be seen.

Hotels, malls brace for weekend crowds ahead of another pandemic-era Ramadan

Health experts warn of a possible fourth wave if SOPs are ignored.

No cash, no crops: Sarawak farmers struggle with lockdown woes

For many, the question has become whether to risk infection or die of starvation.

Bank Negara on the right track but too optimistic about growth

Bank Negara’s economic outlook for 2021 shows a realistic assessment of the underlying conditions of the economy and the downside risks but is over-optimistic on growth.

Who suffers most when MCO robs autistic children of critical therapy time?

It’s not just the kids who find it tough going without professional help.

Najib taunts authorities after breaching Covid-19 SOPs

The former prime minister admits to his 'unintentional mistake' of visiting a restaurant in KL without scanning the MySejahtera app, saying he is ready to pay the RM1,500 compound within seven days in order to be given the discount.

Guidelines won’t stop abuse of SOP law, say rights lawyers

Lawyers for Liberty says criminal penalties should also be proportionate to the gravity of the offence.

No excuses, Melaka police say after RM10,000 compound on teenager

Melaka deputy police chief says the Covid-19 SOPs have been widely disseminated to the public.

Govt offers discounts on compounds for SOP offences

Those who settle their compounds within seven days of the date they are issued will be given a 50% discount.

6 states including Selangor, KL to remain under CMCO

Perak and parts of Negeri Sembilan and Kedah will move on to the recovery phase of the movement control order.

Govt to list out offences subject to RM10,000 compound

Law minister Takiyuddin Hassan says the matter will be discussed at a meeting tomorrow.

Will heavy fines for SOP violators affect Muhyiddin at polls?

Analysts say the heavier punishments for those who violate health SOPs will likely be included in the opposition's campaign for the next general election.

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