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Najib dismisses funds report as 'political sabotage'

Malaysia's premier Najib Razak on Friday dismissed as "political sabotage" a report that a probe into a state-owned investment fund had found hundreds of millions of dollars were transferred to his personal bank accounts.

Water rationing for KL, Ulu Langat proposed

The National Water Services Commission (SPAN) pointed out out that due to the "very low" treated water storage levels for Selangor, Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya, coupled with the recent hot spell resulting in increased demand for water, the commission proposed to implement water rationing scheme for Ulu Langat district and Kuala Lumpur so that affected households could enjoy water supply on rotation basis.

Hot spell to last until late August

The Meteorological Department commercial and corporate services division director Dr Mohd Hisham Mohd Anip pointed out that much of the country was experiencing a hot and dry spell, especially in the interiors.

Investigators believe money pumped into Najib's accounts

According to a July 2 report published on The Wall Street Journal's online edition, investigators scrutinizing the 1MDB account have traced RM2.6 billion of deposits into what they believe to be personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Liquidity crunch due to slow input tax refund

The Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Malaysia (ACCCIM) secretary-general Datuk Low Kian Chuan said many local businesses were still unable to get back their input tax credits from the government, resulting in them facing severe cash flow problems.

Appeal Court sets aside ex-MB's High Court award

The Court of Appeal here today set aside the RM200,000 damages awarded by the High Court on Feb 28 last year to former Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said.

Mohd Salleh sues former consultant for defamation

National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFCorp) executive chairman Datuk Seri Dr Mohamad Salleh today filed a suit against the company's former consultant, Shamsubahrin Ismail, over Facebook postings which allegedly defamed him.

6 religious books banned by home ministry

he Home Ministry has banned the publishing and printing of six religious books deemed to contain elements which could adversely affect public order and thinking.

Long-term plan to curb crime among migrants

The influx of foreign migrants into the country if allowed to continue in the long term could become a more serious threat to national security.

May total trade up 1.3%

Malaysia's total trade in May 2015 rose by 1.3 per cent to RM115.4 billion compared with the previous month while exports remained steady at RM60.45 billion and imports increased by 2.76 per cent to RM54.94 billion.