KOTA BARU: The flood situation slightly eased this morning with the number of victims showing a drop in Kelantan.
KUALA LUMPUR: A hotel worker made a gruesome discovery when he found a body of a naked woman with hands and legs tied with towels in a room of a budget hotel in Jalan Ipoh, here, yesterday.
KUALA LUMPUR : Bukit Aman is making good on its warning to local supporters and sympathisers of the Islamic State terror group that they will be reined in.
KUALA LUMPUR: MALAYSIA’S progress has always depended on not only good policies but also on the support of its people, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
CHANGLUN: The Health Ministry will monitor the price of medicines to ensure patients are not burdened by high costs after the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in April.
JOHOR BARU: THE Department of Environment is set to pass its verdict on the detailed environmental impact assessment (DEIA) report on the controversial Forest City project by this week.
JOHOR BARU: A Johor-based environmental organisation has raised questions over the mitigation measures proposed in the detailed environmental impact assessment (DEIA) report on the Forest City project, claiming that it would do little to save the surrounding area’s flora and fauna.
KUALA LUMPUR: THE number of flood victims in Kelantan rose for the fifth day yesterday, with more than 21,000 people evacuated to 84 relief centres.
KUALA KRAI: Housewife Suhana Muhamad Abdul Ghani has not given up hope that her 20-month-old daughter, who remains missing days after being swept away in floodwaters in Kampung Kuala Pertang here, will be found alive.
KOTA BARU: The government will use all available assets, including helicopters, in rescue missions during floods, if the need arises, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim.
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