SHORTAGE: Local florists say they are dependent on imports
GEORGE TOWN: THE RM4.5 billion Second Penang Bridge is expected to be opened in February.
A MESS: Tengku Mahkota Pahang tells govt agencies, people to curb spread of diseases
KUALA LUMPUR: The Chinese embassy here yesterday contributed RM5,000 to the NSTP-Media Prima Flood Relief Fund.
KOTA BARU: Non-governmental organisation Minda Pondok yesterday lodged a police report against Pas president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang for allegedly saying that Umno was the main opponent of Islam in the country.
MAIN CULPRITS: 3 out of 10 checked by RTD in operations don't have licence
PUTRAJAYA: A major rebranding is set to transform Yayasan Angkasawan Negara (YAM) and its programmes to benefit the public in the field of astronomy.
2ND WAVE: Look East Policy to focus on high-value technology
DISRUPTION: One million residents to be affected on Tuesday
THE Transport Ministry has denied claims that the government would be imposing a 12-year lifespan limit on vehicles.
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is committed to creating green liveable cities for the people's comfort, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.
MALACCA: The state government will award the Bintang Gagah Perkasa (BGP) to 11 commando trainees and their two instructors.
KUCHING: Petronas Sarawak yesterday confirmed an air mishap involving a MHS Aviation Sikorsky S-76 helicopter, 148km off the Bintulu coast.
IPOH: A 19-year-old girl saved herself from being raped by kicking and screaming her way out of the situation.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) exam results for 2013 will be out on Thursday, the Malaysian Examination Council said yesterday.
PORT DICKSON: All counsellors have been urged to register with the National Counsellors Board to ensure that Malaysians receive quality and professional services from practitioners.
KUALA LUMPUR: After days of being under the weather, the situation in flood ravaged areas is returning to normal.
GEORGE TOWN: The Home Ministry will take stern action against security firms that do not follow the standard operating procedures in handling firearms.
KUALA LUMPUR: United States Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs, Tom Kelly, is in Malaysia for consultations with senior officials on a wide range of political-military issues, including peacekeeping, security cooperation and defence trade.
HIGH-SKILLED WORKERS: Govt urged to focus on industry-based graduate studies