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New ruling will have disastrous consequences: EMCO

Youth organizations affected by the age limit of 30 describe the new ruling as disastrous.

Very slow return of Chinese tourists

Chinese tourists visiting Malaysia has plummeted dramatically because of the MH370 incident. Although we have seen mild recovery in this sector, the pace has been slower than anticipated.

Chinese schools not stumbling block in national unity: Jiaozong

The existence of vernacular education has been repeatedly questioned all these years. However, Chinese educationists emphasize hat Chinese primary schools not only do not hinder national unity, instead they help promote greater unity among Malaysians of different ethnic backgrounds as there are signs showing that more and more non-Chinese Malaysians have sent their children to Chinese schools in recent years.

Chua's statement confusing and misleading: Jiaozong

Deputy finance minister Datuk Chua Tee Yong has said each Chinese primary school in the country received an average of RM1.8 million from the government, more than the RM1.3 million received by each national primary school, showing that Chinese primary schools have never been marginalized by the government.

Price of RON95 on managed float from Dec 1

Effective Dec 1, the price of RON95 petrol and diesel will be fixed according to a managed float, Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek announced today.

Perception that GST will increase cost of living not right - Ahmad Maslan

The perception that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) would increase the cost of living is not right, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Ahmad Maslan.

Rela member detained for allegedly shooting dead suspected cattle thief

Police have detained a Civil Volunteer Corps (Rela) member believed to have shot dead a suspected cattle thief at an oil palm farm in Gua Musang yesterday.

Fernandes denies AirAsia X facing trouble paying salaries

AirAsia group chief executive officer, Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, has brushed off reports that AirAsia X is facing problems paying salaries and allowances, saying that the reports are rubbish, speculative and wrong.

Taxi driver fined RM1,000 for slapping woman

A taxi driver pleaded guilty in the Magistrate's Court here today, to voluntarily causing hurt to a woman, three days ago.

59,590 illegal immigrants have taken up voluntary deportation offer - Immigration DG

The Voluntary Deportation Programme for illegal immigrants that was introduced in July, saw 59,590 illegal immigrants taking up the offer to return to their respective countries said Immigration Department Director-general Datuk Mustafa Ibrahim.