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The day BN teams took opposition voters to the polls

The day BN teams took opposition voters to the polls

Lethal mistakes from a product change caused Barisan Nasional political race groups to ship droves of resistance allies to the surveys in 2018 at the overall political race where an apparently strong alliance tumbled from power. Affirmed inward harm of political decision programming and a sign sticking assault caused confusion …

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Sabah tree planting project gets UK funding boost

Sabah tree planting project gets UK funding boost

A reforestation program in Sabah’s east coast has gotten a lift, with the British government contributing monetarily to the drive known as Regrow Borneo. With the foundation status, Regrow Borneo can guarantee from the British government an extra 25% of each gift made in the UK. The reforestation drive, attempted …

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Expect surprises in Iban seats, says analyst

Expect surprises in Iban seats, says analyst

The decision Gabungan Parti Sarawak could be in for certain astonishments in the coming state races particularly in Iban seats, says a political expert. Dick Lembang Dugun of Universiti Malaysia Sarawak said novices Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) will represent the greatest danger to GPS there. “There are a few ‘tough …

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Malaysia’s challenge at BWF World Tour Finals fizzles out

Malaysia’s challenge at BWF World Tour Finals fizzles out

None of the Malaysian shuttlers will be in the running for the BWF World Tour Finals title tomorrow, as all delegates in three occasions smashed out in the elimination rounds at the Bali International Convention Center today. The greatest dissatisfaction was men’s singles world No 8 shuttler Lee Zii Jia, …

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MP slams unplanned public holiday for KL, Putrajaya and Labuan

MP slams unplanned public holiday for KL, Putrajaya and Labuan

Announcing a public occasion for every one of the three government domains tomorrow is an unreliable move, says Bangi MP Ong Kian Ming. In an assertion, the DAP MP said the unexpected declaration made by the government regions serve Shahidan Kassim yesterday is financially and socially problematic for some. “This …

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Close to 3,000 medical students graduated in 2020, says minister

Close to 3,000 medical students graduated in 2020, says minister

A sum of 2,967 clinical understudies moved on from higher learning foundations in 2020, says advanced education serve Noraini Ahmad. She said from this aggregate, 958 alumni were from state funded colleges (IPTA) and 2,009 from private organizations of higher learning (IPTS). Noraini was answering to an inquiry from Wong …

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Employment Act to be amended to cover e-hailing drivers

Employment Act to be amended to cover e-hailing drivers

The public authority is revising the Employment Act 1955 (Act 265) to refresh the meaning of representatives and businesses with the goal that e-hailing drivers will be perceived as laborers, said appointee HR serve Awang Hashim in the Dewan Rakyat today. Reacting to an inquiry from Ahmad Jazlan Yaakub (BN-Machang) …

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Woman with rare ‘golden blood’ wants identity kept secret

Woman with rare ‘golden blood’ wants identity kept secret

A lady from Terengganu who has the most extraordinary blood classification on the planet, needs her personality maintained mystery following news that she is one of 43 individuals in the entire world, and the just one in Malaysia, with the exceptional blood classification. The lady passed on her desire to …

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No Undi18, automatic voter registration for Sarawak polls

No Undi18, automatic voter registration for Sarawak polls

The law on Undi18 and programmed citizen enrollment (AVR) won’t matter for the forthcoming Sarawak state decisions in spite of it having been gazetted, law serve Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar said today. In an assertion, Wan Junaidi clarified that despite the fact that Undi18 and AVR had been gazetted, the …

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