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Chin refugees: Changing destiny through education

While many are focusing on the Rohingyas in recent weeks, we might not be aware that there are also refugees from another ethnic group in Myanmar flocking into our country, and they have over the years assimilated themselves into the Malaysian society.


Restaurant asked to explain RM50 charge for 2 jugs of sugarcane juice

A restaurant is required by enforcement officers from the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry ( KPDNKK) to explain for charging RM50 for two jugs of sugarcane juice, after a complaint was lodged with the Ministry.


Restructuring to revitalize 1MDB

The Cabinet has today agreed to strengthen the restructuring of debt-ridden 1MDB in a bid to resolve the company's debt problem.


NUFAM: Investigate MAS Board of Directors, not laying off its employees

National Union of Flight Attendants (Nufam) president Ismail Nasaruddin called on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to investigate into the mismanagement problem of Malaysia Airlines (MAS).


Bicycle allowance among MAS' 180 allowances

Are the over 180 allowances the culprits of Malaysia Airlines' financial crisis?


Perlis will remain BN stronghold: Najib

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is confident that Perlis will continue to remain a Barisan Nasional (BN) stronghold following the show of support for him from the "two tigers" in the northern state.


US official in KL to discuss migrant issue

US Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration, Anne C. Richard is arriving in Kuala Lumpur today with the Rohingya issue top on the agenda of discussions with Malaysian government officials.


3 more migrant boats detected in Perak: Shahidan

Three more boats, believed to be loaded with illegal immigrants, were detected by a helicopter conducting border patrols near Pulau jarak, Perak, yesterday.


Six rat trails along Malaysia-Thai border

Six routes along the Malaysia-Thailand border are believed to be human trafficking and goods smuggling rat trails.


Ringgit to ease further against greenback

The ringgit is expected to ease against the US dollar next week on renewed interest for the currency, coupled with expectations that the Federal Reserve (Fed) would increase interest rates this year.