Thank you to my teachers
ALBERT Einstein once said: “When you sit with a nice girl for two hours, you think it’s only a minute.
PH breaks losing streak with Sabah win
Malaysia's ruling pact Pakatan Harapan (PH) yesterday won its first by-election this year in Sabah, breaking the coalition's streak of losing in the previous three by-elections.
‘New tinting rules pose danger to taxi drivers’
PETALING JAYA: Taxi associations are the latest to voice out against the transport ministry’s decision to lift restrictions on the darkness of tints for the rear windows and rear windscreens of priv...
EC: Sandakan’s voter turnout 51pc at 4pm
KUALA LUMPUR, May 11 — Just over half of the 39,684 registered voters in Sandakan have cast their ballots by 4pm today, the Election Commission (EC) announced.
THE dollar’s strength was broad-based, supported by safe-haven play after President Donald Trump tweeted about raising current tariffs from 10% to 25% on US$200bil worth of Chinese imports and accused the Chinese of backpedalling on trade talks. However, the US dollar erased its weekly gains after April core producer prices unexpectedly edged lower to 0.1% month-on-month (m-o-m) from 0.3% m-o-m in March (consensus: 0.2%).
Polling begins in Sandakan
SANDAKAN: Polling for the Sandakan parliamentary by-election began as soon as 19 polling stations involving 90 polling streams opened at 7.30am today.
Police accept government's decision on new tint ruling
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) accepts the decision of the government on the new car tinting ruling, says Bukit Aman Investigation and Traffic Enforcement Department director Datuk Azisman Alias.
Polling begins in Sandakan by-election
SANDAKAN (Bernama): Polling for the Sandakan parliamentary by-election began as soon as 19 polling stations involving 90 polling streams opened at 7.30am on Saturday (May 11).
RON97 down 10 sen, RON95 and diesel unchanged — MoF
KUALA LUMPUR (May 10): The Finance Ministry today announced that the retail price of RON97 petrol will come down 10 sen a litre to RM2.70 per litre while petrol prices for RON95 and diesel will remain...
2020 plus 10
PUTRAJAYA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has introduced a new economic model which advocates shared prosperity, with a target to provide a “decent standard of living for all Malaysians” b...
Making it easy for dimsum clients
PETALING JAYA: U Mobile users can now pay their subscription to video-streaming service dimsum or subscribe to the service using their U Mobile account.
New regulations on fully-tinted windows to stay
PUTRAJAYA (May 9): The new regulations on fully-tinted rear car windshield and windows will stay despite protests from various quarters including the police, Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook ...
Bursa Malaysia ends lower in tracking Asian shares
KUALA LUMPUR, May 9 — Bursa Malaysia ended the day in the red on persistent selling across the board, amid weaker regional equities, and the recent reduction in the overnight policy rate (OPR) by Ba...
Overnight storm wreaks havoc in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: An overnight storm wreaked havoc in the low-lying areas of Penang with flash flooding, minor landslips and fallen trees both on the island and mainland.
Home ownership made easy with Gamuda Land
KNOWING that house buyers may have difficulty with financing to purchase their homes, town-maker Gamuda Land wants to facilitate home ownership with its Gamuda Land Home Ownership Made Easy (GL HOME) campaign.
Bursa Malaysia lower at mid-afternoon
KUALA LUMPUR, May 8 ― Bursa Malaysia was lower at the mid-afternoon session today in line with regional equities amid renewed threats of a trade war between China and the US, as well as the prospect...
DiGi.Com soars on mega-merger optimism
KUALA LUMPUR DiGi.Com Bhd’s shares soared yesterday after its largest shareholder, Norway-based Telenor Group, and Axiata Group Bhd said they are discussing a potential merger that will transform th...
Darker rear windows now an option
PUTRAJAYA: Starting today, private car owners can tint their rear windshield and rear passenger windows as dark as they want to after the Transport Ministry relaxed the tinting rules on vehicles.
Dengue cases increasing
PUTRAJAYA: Despite many initiatives rolled out by the Health Ministry, dengue cases in the country have risen by an alarming 122.6% from January to April this year.