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Consumer body – apply spirit in consumerism
“CFOS believe by this adjustment, it will effectively lower prices of goods and services. In our opinion, it may take between 6 months to 1 year to see the positive effect of the adjustment.
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ESSCom stays to secure region
The Eastern Sabah Security Command (ESSCom) will stay as there was a need for it to secure the East Coast of Sabah, said newly-minted Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin yesterday.
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‘MoF has been bailing out 1MDB since April 2017’
amounted to RM6.98 billion, including payments made to International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) as part of the settlement agreement amounting to RM5.05 billion.
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VK Liew refutes claims Warisan MPs appointed at Federal level
“To put the record straight, our 7th Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir has not named the second batch of his cabinet line-up that is largely comprises of MPs from Sabah and Sarawak,” Liew said.
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Shafie: Don't blame the car, blame the driver
Shafie received criticisms over his portfolio as state Finance Minister after being sworn in as Chief Minister which included an online petition that has thus far garnered some 17,000 signatures.
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Wan Azizah confident Tun M's wisdom can make us great again
“I am very excited to start my duty with my colleagues to form a strong team to develop our beloved country.
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New MACC chief relates ordeal over 1MDB probe
“This is a major betrayal and I will not work with traitors. So I applied for early retirement and took an Arabic course as an excuse to leave the MACC,” he said.
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Death of retired teacher – elderly woman called to enter defence
Chin allegedly caused the death of retired teacher, Ngui Lim Kiau, 64, at a house at Kepayan Ridge here at 3pm on September 23, 2016.
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Jeffrey Kitingan gives statement to MACC
A post in the Borneo Post Facebook account said Dr Jeffrey, when contacted, said that he was at the MACC office to give a statement but did not elaborate.
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STAR men’s homes raided; RM80,000 found
Anti-corruption officers raided the home of Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku’s (STAR) controversial president Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan Monday night.
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Reward scheme makes comeback in bid to protect elephants
She noted that the killing started way back in the 1990s when the natural habitats of these pygmy elephants were cleared for large-scale commercial oil palm plantations, and ‘it’s getting worse in the recent years’.
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Teo – from humble beginnings to top CEO
The unassuming leadership quality displayed by Teo saw him being accorded the Asia Pacific Top CEO of the Year during the Keris Award 2018 in conjunction with the Asia Pacific Book of the Top recognition at Berjaya Times Square last week.
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MATTA calls for tourism tax abolishment
“Furthermore, the amount of TTx that could be collected will only be a fraction of what the government could gain from other forms of taxes, which are less obvious compared to in-your-face TTx,” he said.
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Shafie confident Sabah reps included in Federal Cabinet
“We leave it to Tun Dr Mahathir…I believe our participation would be closely related (to the federal government) with the effort to develop the country and our State of Sabah.”
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Trial of Water Dept ex-director, wife and two ex-deputy directors adjourned again
On Dec 29, 2016, Ag Tahir, Fauziah, and Lim had claimed trial to all the charges against them. Ag Tahir is facing 12 charges of having cash and savings amounting to RM56.9 million as well as luxury vehicles and branded watches.
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