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ANM in the News Archive May 21 -  25,  2019

Section 1 - Daily Living Issues
Govt Programmes

May 24| Second phase of BSH handout to be deposited starting May 28, 2019. Qualified BSH recipients to receive payment deposited into their bank accounts beginning next Tuesday, May 28.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Initiatives

May 24'Trak Tani Wilayahku' Programme for Putrajaya residents. Putrajaya residents to purchase daily market needs and delivered to doorstep.|Read more >|NST

 

New Initiatives: State 

May 24|One-Stop Centre for Children with Special Needs for needy families|Read more >|BorneoPost

 

New Initiatives: MoHR

May 23|Night school now available at ILPs for workers looking at re-skilling |Read more >|NST

May 23|Teaching mathematics, science in English to cost S’wak RM31 million|Read more >|BorneoPost

 

New Initiatives: MoT

May 23|PD jetties to be upgraded to boost tourism|Read more >|NST

Subsidies

May 25| Fuel Subsidy Petrol, diesel prices in Kapit, Song standardised, says deputy minister. Price standardisation for petrol and diesel in the rural areas |Read more >|BorneoPost

May 25| State Subsidy of RM10 for every express boat passenger taking extra trips. A subsidy of RM10 per passenger on express boats making extra trips for the Gawai Dayak and Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations across the Sibu-Song-Kapit and Kapit-Song-Sibu sectors.|Read more >|BorneoPost

Fuel Subsidy

May 23|Govt waiting for 'right moment' to implement RON95 fuel subsidy|Read more >|TheStar

Welfare

May 25| Act to protect the elderly. Protect the welfare and rights of senior citizens |Read more >|Malaymail

Cost of Living

Section 2 - Basic Essentials

Education

May 25| MoE considering proposals to improve pre-U system. Improve the current matriculation system |Read more >|TheStar

May 24|Opposition - abolish race-based education quota system. Do away with the quota structure.|Read more >|Malaymail

May 24| No discussions to shut down vernacular schools: DPM. The government has not discussed calls by certain non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to shut down vernacular schools. |Read more >|SunDaily

May 24|Zakat contribution in the form of books to help poor children|Read more >|Malaymail

 

PTPTN Repayment 

May 24PTPTN chairman: Public feedback important to help govt improve higher education fund|Read more >|Malaymail

May 24|‘Troubled times ahead for PTPTN’|Read more >|TheStar

Housing

May 25| Screening process for foreign tenants. A standard operating procedure to allow high rise buildings’ joint management bodies (JMB) or management committees (MC) to screen potential foreign tenants |Read more >|SunDaily

Healthcare

May 25| Stern action will be taken against foreign medical practitioners operating illegally. MoH action against foreign medical practitioners operating clinics or pharmacies in the country.|Read more >|SunDaily

Transportation

May 25| APAD to issue licences to bus terminals in a bid to improve service quality licences to public transport terminals and stations nationwide to improve services and control charges impose on consumers |Read more >|Malaymail

May 24| No ceiling price for domestic airfare tickets during festive seasons.|Read more >|SunDaily

May 24|No more hidden charges when purchasing air ticket from June 1. No hidden charges for airline ticket prices.|Read more >|TheStar

PSV licence

May 24|Appointing e-hailing company to handle PSV licence course violates the law: Mapim|Read more >|SunDaily

Section 2 - Basic Essentials

Education

May 25| MoE considering proposals to improve pre-U system. Improve the current matriculation system |Read more >|TheStar

May 24|Opposition - abolish race-based education quota system. Do away with the quota structure.|Read more >|Malaymail

May 24| No discussions to shut down vernacular schools: DPM. The government has not discussed calls by certain non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to shut down vernacular schools. |Read more >|SunDaily

May 24|Zakat contribution in the form of books to help poor children|Read more >|Malaymail

 

PTPTN Repayment 

May 24PTPTN chairman: Public feedback important to help govt improve higher education fund|Read more >|Malaymail

May 24|‘Troubled times ahead for PTPTN’|Read more >|TheStar

Housing

May 25| Screening process for foreign tenants. A standard operating procedure to allow high rise buildings’ joint management bodies (JMB) or management committees (MC) to screen potential foreign tenants |Read more >|SunDaily

Healthcare

May 25| Stern action will be taken against foreign medical practitioners operating illegally. MoH action against foreign medical practitioners operating clinics or pharmacies in the country.|Read more >|SunDaily

Transportation

May 25| APAD to issue licences to bus terminals in a bid to improve service quality licences to public transport terminals and stations nationwide to improve services and control charges impose on consumers |Read more >|Malaymail

May 24| No ceiling price for domestic airfare tickets during festive seasons.|Read more >|SunDaily

May 24|No more hidden charges when purchasing air ticket from June 1. No hidden charges for airline ticket prices.|Read more >|TheStar

PSV licence

May 24|Appointing e-hailing company to handle PSV licence course violates the law: Mapim|Read more >|SunDaily

Section 3 - Safety Nets

Human Resource

May 24Johor govt to form committee to look into influx of foreigners. A special committee to control the influx of foreigners coming in to seek employment.Read more >|SunDaily

May 24|Old foreign workers system may be reinstatedRead more >|TheStar

 

Environment, Resources & Utilities

Communications

May 25| Media council to start work before mid-year. A media council to oversee the code of ethics for the industry. |Read more >|Malaymail

May 24|Switching from analogue to digital TV by September. Switching its transmission of free-to-air terrestrial TV to digital to close the urban-rural divide.|Read more >|Malaymail

 

Savings & Investments

Section 4 - Scandals & Graft

Scandals: Rosmah

May 25|'Not all jewellery with authorities'. A high-end Lebanese jewellery firm claimed that not all the pieces were among the items seized from the premises linked to former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.|Read more >|NST

May 24High Court orders Rosmah to abide by notice to declare property acquisitions. Rosmah required to declare her property acquisitions as part of investigations into alleged money-laundering activities.|Read more >|NST

Scandals: 1MDB 

May 24Plea deal unlikely for ex Goldman banker Roger Ng|Read more >|NST

 

Scandals: Case of Missing Duo 

May 24|Special task force to probe disappearance of Pastor Koh, Amri|Read more >|SunDaily

Scandals: Musa Aman

May 24|Musa’s trial in 2020. Charges of 35 counts of corruption timber concessions-related and 16 counts of money laundering involving more than US$37.8 million (RM158.5 million) and S$2.5 million.|Read more >|BorneoPost

Section 5 - Government

Policies

May 25| DBKL Ban on Foreigners doing business in the city. Prohibition foreign nationals from conducting 23 types of business activities.|Read more >|TheStar

Projects

May 24Malaysia set to be top distributor of Y-12F plane. Distributor for China’s eight-tonne multi-role utility aircraft, the Y-12F.|Read more >|NST

May 25| Projects: PSR. NGOs request to cancel the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project.|Read more >|Malaymail

May 24| Fire-damaged Masjid India Bazaar will make way for pedestrian mall. DBKL to convert the fire-damaged Masjid India Bazaar to a pedestrian mall.|Read more >|Malaymail

May 25| RM10.4b EPCC, associated contracts for pipeline projects terminated. The engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract for two pipeline projects and other associated contracts terminated, |Read more >|SunDaily

New Government

Opposition

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May 22, 2019 

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New Malaysia | Govt: KPDNHEP May 22, 2019 @ 20:33

18 items listed under festive season price control scheme for Aidilfitri, Gawai

The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs has listed 18 items under the Festive Season Price Control Scheme (FSPCS) in conjunction with Aidilfitri and 14 items for Gawai Dayak which will be celebrated in June.Read more >|SunDaily

 

New Malaysia | Matriculation Programme May 22, 2019 @ 20:33

Continuous protests over matriculation quota may affect performance

Debates and disputes over the issue of admission into the matriculation programme may result in the teaching staff losing focus and not carrying out their duties effectively, said Education director-general Datuk Dr Amin Senin.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | Rome Statute Withdrawal May 22, 2019 @ 16:27

Government to explain Rome Statue exit

The government will provide a proper explanation over Malaysia’s exit from the Rome Statute recently.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | State Govt May 22, 2019 @ 16:01

Negri MB: Exclusive chalets in Pantai Hills built on agriculture land, probe launched

State authorities are investigating how exclusive chalets near here have been allowed to operate for more than a decade without getting the necessary approvals.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 22, 2019 @ 15:47

Datuk remanded over armoured vehicle probe

A former senior officer of a company with the title Datuk has been remanded for four days from today to assist in the alleged corruption involving the supply of armoured military vehicle equipment.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | Govt: DAP May 22, 2019 @ 14:30

Penang DAP reps accuse Umno of spreading fake news about Maszlee

Three Penang DAP assemblymen filed police complaints against Umno for claiming that DAP had called for the replacement of Education Minister Maszlee Malik.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | Taman Rimba Kiara May 22, 2019 @ 08:46

Only court can decide on Taman Rimba Kiara project status: Khalid

Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad (pix) said only the court can decide whether the Taman Rimba Kiara project in Taman Tun Dr Ismail (TTDI) is illegal or otherwise.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 22, 2019 @ 07:56

RMAF chief rubbishes report on procurement package for 30 jets

“IT is a ridiculous figure!” That was the first reaction from the Royal Malaysian Air Force’s (RMAF) top general when asked about the purported RM36 billion procurement package for 30 light combat jets.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | Taman Rimba Kiara May 22, 2019 @ 07:00

Khalid: We’re working with MACC in probe on dubious land deals

The Federal Territories Ministry is cooperating fully with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) on its probe into dubious land deals, including the one involving Taman Rimba Kiara here, its Minister Khalid Abdul Samad said.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Matriculation Programme May 22, 2019 @ 07:00

‘Quota system a Cabinet decision

Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik’s statement regarding the matriculation quota system continues to draw a heated response.Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Overhaul: Corruption May 22, 2019 @ 07:00

KL’s Venetian dream collapses

First, it was pollution woes caused by silt and sedimentation originating from illegal land clearing activity upstream of Sungai Gombak, which turned the river and its tributaries into a brown sludge.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Facts and Stats May 22, 2019 @ 01:00

Malaysia, flooded with plastic waste, to send back some scrap to source

Malaysia, which has become the dumping ground for the world’s plastic waste, will send back non-recyclable plastic scrap to the developed countries that sent it there, its environment minister said today.|Read more >|Malaymail

 

New Malaysia | State Govt May 22, 2019

POIC Lahad Datu designated as Tender Port for CPO, Palm Olein Futures

The designation of POIC Lahad Datu as a Tender Port for Crude Palm Oil (CPO) and Palm Olein Futures Contracts serves as an affirmation that the State Government is doing something right – to be an attractive investment destination, said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal.|Read more >|BorneoPost

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May 23, 2019 

May 23|DBKL takes over management of Bukit Damansara community centre|Read more >|SunDaily

 

May 23|Chinese independent secondary school students can train at 32 institutes and get certificates, says HR minister|Read more >|Malaymail

PH 1-year

May 23|Home Ministry scores 63pct in fulfilling PH pledges|Read more >|NST

Opposition: UMNO 

May 23|Annuar: Reports on Umno constitutional amendments mere speculation|Read more >|Malaymail

 

Matriculation Programme 

May 24|Respect Constitution, social contract, Dr M’s aide tells matriculation quota critics|Read more >|Malaymail

New Initiative: State 

May 23|Sabah cabinet agrees to increase VCMC

The state government has agreed to add another 500 Village Community Management Councils (VCMCs) in Sabah to the existing 2,853.|Read more >|SunDaily

1MDB

May 23|Deloitte office raided over 1MDB case|Read more >|NST

Scandal: Judiciary 

May 23|Sundra Rajoo gets green light to argue on his immunity|Read more >|SunDaily

 

Scandals: Illegal Sabah ICs

May 23|NRD denies involvement in IC registration for illegals in Sabah|Read more >|NST

May 23|Deputy home minister: Fake MyKad applications the work of illegal syndicates, not Warisan govt|Read more >|Malaymail

Scandal: MINDEF

May 23|RM350m copter procurement contract under probe

|Read more >|NST

Scandal: NCorp

May 23|Agriculture minister confirms in talks with potential buyer for NFCorp. A local corporation has expressed interest in buying over beleaguered National Feedlot Corporation (NFCorp).|Read more >|Malaymail

May 23|Education Ministry says using European benchmark for English-language option teachers|Read more >|Malaymail

New Initiatives: MoHR

May 23|Night school now available at ILPs for workers looking at re-skilling |Read more >|NST

May 23|Teaching mathematics, science in English to cost S’wak RM31 million|Read more >|BorneoPost

 

New Initiatives: MoT

May 23|PD jetties to be upgraded to boost tourism

|Read more >|NST

Fuel Subsidy

May 23|Govt waiting for 'right moment' to implement RON95 fuel subsidy|Read more >|TheStar

Viewpoints May 23, 2019 @ 10:51

Law to introduce race quota proposed |Read more >|SunDaily

 

Viewpoints May 23, 2019 @ 10:47

Start inter-faith class in primary schools, govt urged|Read more >|SunDaily

 

Projects: RTS

May 23|Govt urged to use GLCs to develop RTS|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 23, 2019 @ 07:00

May 23|Expose aimed at plugging loopholes, says Mat Sabu|Read more >|TheStar

 

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Section 1 - Daily Living Issues

Govt Programmes

New Initiatives

Subsidies

Welfare

Cost of Living

Section 2 - Basic Essentials

Education

Housing

Healthcare

Transportation

Section 3 - Safety Nets

Human Resource

Environment, Resources & Utilities

Communications

Savings & Investments

Target Groups & Communities 

Section 4 - Scandals & Graft

1MDB 

FELDA

Tabung Haji

GST & Tax Refunds

Wang Kelian

Penang Underwater Tunnel

Rosmah

Musa Aman

 

Section 5 - Government

New Government

 

Opposition

 

Policies

Projects

 

Projects - New

Projects - Terminate/Overhauled

Section 6 - Reforms

Economic Reforms

Governmental Reforms

Institutional Reforms

People Reforms

Viewpoints

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May 21, 2019 

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New Malaysia | State Govt May 21, 2019 @ 23:00

97pc of Sarawak’s rural households to get 24-hour electricity next year

Sarawak Energy Bhd is committed to ensuring 97 per cent of the state’s rural households will get round-the-clock electricity supply by next year from 91 per cent currently.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | New Initiatives: MoA May 21, 2019 @ 23:00

Local fragrant rice for KADA, MADA padi areas to be planted on large-scale basis, says minister

The Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry will ask the Kemubu Agricultural Development Authority (KADA) and the Muda Agriculture Development Authority (MADA) to begin planting high-quality local fragrant padi soon.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | Taman Rimba Kiara May 21, 2019 @ 22:55

Khalid says he discussed Taman Rimba Kiara issue with A-G

Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today said he has met with Attorney-General (AG) Tommy Thomas to discuss issues surrounding the controversial Taman Rimba Kiara development.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | Govt: MoA May 21, 2019 @ 22:29

Malaysia committed to achieving Universal Health Coverage, says Dr Dzulkefly
Malaysia plans to overcome the challenges of achieving universal health coverage (UHC), says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad. |Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Govt: IGP May 21, 2019 @ 22:09

Stern action will be taken against those who threaten law enforcers: IGP

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador today issued a stern warning that police will not tolerate law enforcers being threatened.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | Projects: RTS May 21, 2019 @ 22:06

Loke: Malaysia receives various proposals for RTS

The Malaysian government has received various proposals from private investors for the Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link Project, according to Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook.|Read more >|SunDaily

 

New Malaysia | Overhaul: Corrupt May 21, 2019 @ 20:42

6 policemen, 2 BNM officers held for extorting RM200k from money changer, ASP missing

Six policemen and two Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) personnel have been detained by city police for extorting RM200,000 from a money changer yesterday.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | Govt: MoE May 21, 2019 @ 19:00

Jakim backs Maszlee, fears lessons on other religions will negatively impact Muslims

Federal religious authority Islamic Development Department of Malaysia (Jakim) has publicly opposed today a proposal for students to learn about other religions in schools or universities.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | Projects: RTS May 21, 2019 @ 18:00

Bukit Chagar poised to be JB’s main transportation hub once RTS project proceeds

Bukit Chagar in Johor Baru will be the main transportation hub for the southern part of the state if the proposed Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) link proceeds by September this year, Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Foo said today.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | State Govt May 21, 2019 @ 18:00

Penang forms Pakatan leadership council headed by chief minister

Penang has formed a Pakatan Harapan (PH) leadership council that will be led by state DAP chairman and chief minister Chow Kon Yeow today.|Read more >|Malaymail

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 21, 2019 @ 16:30

Military equipment supplies probe: MACC to call more people to give statements

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) will call more individuals to give their statements in the alleged corruption case involving a project worth RM17 million to supply equipment for armoured military vehicles.|Read more >|Malaymail  

 

New Malaysia | Govt: MoT May 21, 2019 @ 15:45

Taxi drivers association to lodge MACC report against Loke over alleged abuse of power

Gabungan Teksi SeMalaysia (GTSM) will lodge a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) against Transport Minister Anthony Loke for allegedly abusing his power as a minister.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 21, 2019 @ 14:02

Zahid, Hishammuddin likely to be called up by MACC in land swap probe

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is most likely to call former Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and former Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein to give their statements regarding the land swap issues.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | Projects: RTS May 21, 2019 @ 13:09

M’sia, S’pore sign supplemental agreement on suspension of RTS link project

Malaysia and Singapore today officially signed the supplemental agreement (SA) for suspension of the Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link Project until Sept 30 this year.|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | State Govt May 21, 2019 @ 12:34

Kelantan oil royalty claims suit against Petronas settled out of court

The legal dispute over oil royalty claims between the Kelantan government and Petroliam Nasional Bhd (Petronas) has been resolved.|Read more >|NST

 

New Malaysia | Scandal: Penang JPJ May 21, 2019 @ 12:42

Azam Baki: MACC opens at least 70 investigations papers on Penang JPJ officers-lorry protection racket case
The anti-graft agency has opened at least 70 investigations papers into the alleged lorry protection racket case involving Penang Road Transport Department (JPJ) officers.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Taman Rimba Kiara May 21, 2019 @ 12:36

MACC: Taman Rimba Kiara project graft probe reopened
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has reopened its investigation into the Taman Rimba Kiara condominium project following new information received, says Datuk Seri Azam Baki.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Sandakan By-election May 21, 2019 @ 12:30

Bersih 2.0 claims govt made most election fouls during Sandakan poll

The number of election offences committed during the recently-ended Sandakan by-election was 19, fewer than those detected during the previous two by-elections before it in Rantau and Cameron Highlands, according to Bersih 2.0.|Read more >|Malaymail  

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 21, 2019 @ 11:34

MACC not ruling out possibility of questioning Zahid over Mindef land swap deal
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has not ruled out the possibility of calling individuals, including Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, who was defence minister from 2009 to 2013, to assist in its probe over questionable land swap deals involving the Defence Ministry (Mindef).|Read more >|TheStar

 

New Malaysia | Govt: Housing May 21, 2019 @ 09:00

Minister: More studies needed on proposed joint management bodies nod for foreign tenants

The proposal for foreigners to get approval from the joint management body (JMB) or management corporation (MC) of condominiums before they can rent a unit needs further studies, said past and present resident body representatives.|Read more >|Malaymail  

New Malaysia | Scandal: MINDEF May 21, 2019 @ 09:07

Don’t speculate, says Mat Sabu

Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu has urged parties to refrain from making speculations on issues being investigated by the Governance, Procurement and Finance Investigating Committee (GPFIC).|Read more >|SunDaily

New Malaysia | PTPTN Repayment May 21, 2019 @ 08:49

Bleak numbers of PTPTN defaulters reveal an escalating crisis

About 356,000 people, or 16 per cent, of National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) defaulters have never paid their loan instalments even once. And they owe RM2.8 billion to the corporation.|Read more >|NST

 

New Malaysia | PTPTN Repayment May 21, 2019 @ 08:46

'Not repaying PTPTN loans will affect other students'

Refusing to settle National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) loans will lead to non-sustainable higher education financing, said economist Dr Madeline Berma.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | PTPTN Repayment May 21, 2019 @ 08:35

Former PTPTN borrowers - Travel ban was due to poor PTPTN repayments

Drastic measures such as implementing a travel ban on loan defaulters were introduced only as a response to the lackadaisical attitude of some National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) borrowers.|Read more >|NST

New Malaysia | PTPTN Repayment May 21, 2019 @ 07:00

Repay study loans, say borrowers
It took years of hard work and discipline but for these successful Malaysians, repaying their study loans topped their list of priorities.Datuk Abdul Latiff Abdullah, former chairman of shipping company Mitsui OSK Lines Malaysia, said he would not have been able to finish his studies without a loan from Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara).|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Govt: Housing May 21, 2019 @ 07:00

Nearly 33,000 affordable homes completed in Q1
The Housing and Local Government Ministry has completed 32,951 units of affordable homes in the first three months of this year.Its minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said of the number, the highest was in Kuala Lumpur with 7,390 units, followed by Perak with 5,688 units, Putrajaya (4,999), Kedah (4,815), Selangor (3,777), Johor (1,964) and Pahang (1,884).|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | DBKL Ramadan Bazaar May 21, 2019 @ 07:00

Traders unhappy over new site
With just two weeks before Hari Raya Aidilfitri, traders at the newly-relocated Ramadan bazaar in Jalan Raja are complaining that they are not making as much sales as previously.|Read more >|TheStar

New Malaysia | Overhaul: Corruption May 21, 2019 @ 07:00

France trims graft charges against Razak Baginda in Scorpene case

France has dropped some of the charges against an associate of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak over alleged kickbacks paid on a major submarine deal, judicial sources said yesterday.|Read more >|Malaymail  

New Malaysia | State Govt May 21, 2019

China multiple entry visa holders need to bring invitation letter

Holders of multiple entry visa of China must save or bring along the invitation letter issued by their China counterparts with immediate effect, said Sabah Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Satta) president Datuk Seri Winston Liaw.|Read more >|BorneoPost

Section 6 - Reforms

Economic Reforms

May 25| Single-window system at Kedah border to ease trade. A single-window system at the Kedah border to facilitate the flow of goods between the two countries.|Read more >|NST

Governmental Reforms

Viewpoints

Institutional Reforms

 

People Reforms