PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry today clarified that cleaning and disinfectant product Oxy Sac Sac has never been marketed in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: Mazuyin Abd Manan, the grandmother of the DAP candidate for Batu Kitang, has lashed out at claims by the Opposition that she had been ‘used’ by Barisan Nasional.
GEORGE TOWN: Police have busted a kidnap syndicate that targeted foreign workers, following the arrest of 11 men.
KUCHING: Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi turned up at the Sarawak General Hospital following news of the arrival of a body from the Sebuyau helicopter tragedy.
KEMAMAN: A ruse by two Thai boats, attempting to smuggle out subsidised diesel by disguising themselves by displaying Malaysian flags, did not hold water.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) had summoned Phang Li Koon and Kuala Lumpur International Dental Centre (KLIDC) owner Datuk Tang Yong Chew to record their statements as witnesses, not suspects.
KUCHING: The Election Commission expects the announcement of the full results of Sarawak’s state election tomorrow to be delayed due to the uncertain weather.
GEORGE TOWN: Police have rounded up 10 men for allegedly cheating 30 people in a series of money-lending scams.
GEORGE TOWN: A man in his 40s fell to his death from a high-rise building following a routine narcotics operations yesterday.
ALOR STAR: Instead of spending his 49th birthday with his family and friends, David Wu chose instead cycle 4,000km to China.
MUAR: The Muar Ching Giap See Temple, one of the biggest Buddhist temples in Johor, has imposed several new rulings with immediate effect.
PUTRAJAYA: Barisan Nasional Strategic Communications director Datuk Rahman Dahlan has called on the Penang government to clarify several matters related to the Penang Tunnel project.
SIMUNJAN: All search and rescue (SAR) assets will be redeployed to Sebuyau following the discovery of a body and debris from the helicopter which went missing yesterday.
JOHOR BARU: Police have arrested three men, believed to be loan sharks, after they allegedly kidnapped a 32-year-old man at a petrol station here on Wednesday at 2pm.
SERDANG: Police have arrested six Nigerian private college students for alleged drug trafficking in Serdang, and seized almost 3kg of ganja slabs.
PUTRAJAYA: Retrenchment will not be an issue especially in the civil service as the country's economy is continuing to grow.
SHAH ALAM: The allegation by a group of University of Bath graduates that Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) plagiarised their theses which had been uploaded to its institutional repository without their permission is not true.
KOTA BARU: No helicopter services will be grounded in Sarawak despite the tragedy involving a Eurocopter AS350 helicopter in Sebuyau, Sarawak yesterday.
KUCHING: Deputy Minister of Plantation Industries and Commodities Datuk Noriah Kasnon's children Shafiq Mohd Ishak, 29 and Adam Aidid Mohamad Suhaili, 19 arrived at the VIP lounge in Kuching International Airport (KIA) here at about 3.30pm.
BAU: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak today said that only the Barisan Nasional can preserve Sarawak’s unique harmony.
KAJANG: Police are seeking the family of 43-year-old R. Mathialagan to assist their investigation into the discovery of charred remains found in the boot of a burnt car yesterday.
PUTRAJAYA: The woman who sold a bungalow to Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng and the owner of the company which bought land in Taman Manggis, George Town, today gave their statements to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission here.
KOTA BARU: Former Pas vice-president Datuk Husam Musa says said he has yet to receive any official notice of him being sacked from the party.
SERDANG: Police have arrested an 11-year-old Myanmar boy, believed to have staged his own kidnapping to demand a ransom from his sister.
SIMUNJAN: Divers have arrived at the murky Batang Lupar river to help retrieve suspected helicopter debris.
KUCHING: Two helicopter crash cases were reported in Sarawak in the last five years, including one during the 10th state election period.
KOTA SAMARAHAN: Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein has warned irresponsible quarters to stop politicising the missing helicopter tragedy.
KUCHING: Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek was supposed to board the helicopter carrying a deputy minister that went missing last night.
KUCHING: More than 10,000 police personnel will be deployed throughout Sarawak to ensure that polling day runs smoothly, tomorrow.
MARUDI: Barisan Nasional supporters were reminded not to split their votes out of frustration as their candidate of choice was not picked to contest here.
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