Cover Story: Righting the LTAT ship
AS Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT) declared the lowest dividend in its 46-year history, it was a nightmare for its chief executive Nik Amlizan Mohamed, who joined the pension fund in October 20...
APM ready for monsoon season
GEORGE TOWN: While the west coast of the peninsula is experiencing the inter-monsoon season with rain or thunderstorm in the late afternoons, the east coast...
Paedophile Huckle 'strangled and stabbed'
Paedophile Richard Huckle died after being strangled and stabbed with a makeshift weapon that may have been fashioned from a toothbrush, sources have told the BBC.
UAE to launch new low-cost airline
SHARJAH, Oct 16 — Abu Dhabi’s giant Etihad Airways and Sharjah’s low-cost carrier Air Arabia announced today an agreement to launch a new low-cost airline based in the United Arab Emirates capit...
On a mission to clean up Sg Klang
KLANG: It was while strolling along the banks of Sungai Klang one evening that Jordan K. L. Ng was motivated by his wife to start a river clean-up programme to pick up...
Perak man infected with Zika
PUTRAJAYA: A man in Perak has been infected with Zika, a viral disease transmitted by the Aedes mosquito. There has been no reported case for two years.
Can Shamsul , Perdana Petroleum execs revive Daya?
LATE last month, ailing oil and gas outfit Daya Materials Bhd managed to obtain an extension — until Feb 27, 2020 — to submit a regularisation plan to Bursa Malaysia, which is likely to entail the...
Total ban on vape under study, says Putrajaya
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is still discussing a possible ban on sale of e-cigarettes or vape that use liquid solutions (e-liquid) without nicotine, the Dewan Rakyat was told today.
Ku Nan ordered to enter defence in graft trial
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 14): Former Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor has today been ordered by the High Court here to enter his defence for his graft trial.
Bruised US banks expected to report Q3 earnings decline
NEW YORK: The biggest US banks are expected to kick off the earnings season on a sour note this week due to falling interest rates, which may have pressured net interest margins enough to cause the sector’s first year-over-year earnings per share decline in three years.