SEPANG: An assistant credit controller was charged at the Sessions Court here with attempting to provide support to the terrorist Islamic State (IS) group three weeks ago.
KOTA KINABALU: Anger and frustration showed on Chin Pek Nyuen's face as the clock ticks before Filipino kidnappers decide the fate of her husband.
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GEORGE TOWN: The case of three men allegedly involved in a brawl in a public area, including a father and his son who both are Penang Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS) members, has been postponed to December 11.
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government is considering a freeze of new development projects in Sungai Relau and Sungai Ara area until a detailed study on storm water management is carried out.
MALACCA: The National Council of Professors (MPN) has offered the federal and states government to tap into the council's rich source of knowledge for the development of the country and states.
KUALA LUMPUR: 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) has cleared the air over “insinuations” and “unsubstantiated” claimsbycriticsaboutvarious elements of its sprawling businesses.
DUBAI: THE government is still studying proposals to ensure the best fuel subsidy rationalisation scheme will be implemented in the middle of next year.
DUBAI: The World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) will form task forces to look into issues that will be tabled at the next forum.
JAKARTA: INDONESIA’S new government will make changes to its costly petrol and diesel subsidies before the end of the year, the chief economics minister said yesterday.
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