Sunday, October 21, 2018

413,000 Malaysians age 50 and above have eye problems — Dr Teo

By Jaythaleela K MIRI, Oct 13: A total 413,000 Malaysians age 50 and above suffer from visual impairments, with 113,000 of them classified as blind. Citing the...
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Chong: E-commerce fraud increasing, wise for online businesses to use Malaysian Trustmark

By Karen Bong KUCHING, Oct 13: E-commerce fraud is on the rise in tandem with e-commerce growth in Malaysia, cautioned said Deputy Minister of Domestic...
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Stateless kids can go to school with minimal requirements starting 2019

By Nigel Edgar KUCHING, Oct 12: Beginning next year, stateless children below 18 years old can enrol in government schools with just their adoption papers or adoption...
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Allow child care centres in residential areas for safety of children

KUCHING, Sept 29: Deputy Minister of Women, Family and Community Development Hannah Yeoh is urging residents of housing areas to be considerate and allow operators...
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Women’s ministry to come up with extensive background check system for child sex offenders

KUCHING, Sept 29: The Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development is proposing a more robust online background check system for employers and teachers,...

Cabinet gives Miti the nod to implement Industry 4.0 policy

KUCHING: The Federal cabinet has approved Ministry of International Trade and Industry's (Miti) proposal to initiate a Industry 4.0 policy. Its minister, Darell Leiking, said...

3rd national car good for Malaysia, Asean region — minister

KUCHING, Sept 21: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is adamant in wanting Malaysia to have a third national car because he wanted to...

Kopi-O licence issue: Ministry keeping close tabs on JPJ staff

KUCHING, September 14: Stern actions will be taken against  Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers who are found issuing "lesen terbang" or "kopi-O licence" (illegally...
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Funding the main problem to resolve dilapidated school issues nationwide

KUCHING, July 27: Lack of funds remain the main problem for the Pakatan Harapan-led Federal Government to immediately tackle issues of dilapidated schools nationwide,...

The oil is still ours, says Petronas

KUCHING, July 2: Malaysia’s oil giant Petronas in a statement today insisted that it has exclusive rights to all petroleum resources in Malaysia, including...
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