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Leaders, official govt councils, must use Bahasa Melayu: Anwar
MALACCA: Leaders and members of official government councils must use the Malay language as a medium of instruction as part of the effort to uphold it as a language of knowledge, according to Port Dic...
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Leaders, official govt councils must use Bahasa Melayu — Anwar
MELAKA (Oct 14): Leaders and members of official government councils must use the Malay language as a medium of instruction as part of the effort to uphold it as a language of knowledge, said Port Dic...
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Govt events, press conferences must be conducted in Bahasa Melayu, says Anwar
MELAKA, Oct 14 — Leaders and members of official government councils must use the Malay language as a medium of instruction as part of the effort to uphold it as a language of knowledge, said Port D...
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LTTE: Melaka govt to provide full cooperation to police
MELAKA: The Melaka state government will provide full cooperation to the police to investigate allegations against three individuals in the state suspected of promoting, supporting, possessing materia...
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LTTE: Malacca gov’t to provide full cooperation to police
MALACCA: The Malacca state government will provide full cooperation to the police to investigate allegations against three individuals in the state suspected of promoting, supporting, possessing mater...
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LTTE arrests: Melaka govt to provide full cooperation to police
MELAKA, Oct 13 — The Melaka state government will provide full cooperation to the police to investigate allegations against three individuals in the state suspected of promoting, supporting, posses...
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No songkok, no entry: Some get turned away from Melaka investiture ceremony
MELAKA: Reporters from the vernacular press and some politicians were unable to witness the first session of the investiture ceremony held in conjunction with the 81st...
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Melaka Chief Minister to testify at Sg Melaka pollution hearing
MELAKA (Oct 11): Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari is among eight individuals from state and federal agencies who will be called to testify at a public hearing into the Sungai Melaka pollution invest...
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Melaka CM calm but others shocked by arrest
MELAKA: The Melaka Chief Minister remained composed during a press conference at Seri Negeri here just about an hour after a member of his executive committee was arrested by police for alleged links to a terrorist organisation.
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Melaka exco member arrested
MELAKA: A Melaka exco member has been arrested by police officers from Bukit Aman.
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Malacca to gazette more forest land to resolve wildlife 'disturbances'
Malacca plans to expand its permanent forest as a solution to the human-wildlife conflict in the state.
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Malacca will not let water woes become annual event: CM
MALACCA: Since the last episode of water woes which affected 25,167 account holders in the state last month, the focus is now on the state government and Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad’s (SAMB) plan to ...
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Chief minister: Melaka won’t let water woes become annual affair
MELAKA, Oct 7 — Since the last episode of water woes which affected 25,167 account holders in the state last month, the focus is now on the state government and Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad’s (SAMB)...
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Upgrades worth RM450,000 upcoming for Melaka River
MELAKA (Oct 3): The state government, via the Melaka Smart City Advisory Council (SCAC), will soon be launching three Melaka Smart River Projects for water quality and flooding surveillance, as well ...
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“Rezeki Ternak” scheme expected to benefit 1,000 new livestock breeders
ALOR GAJAH: A new scheme called Skim Rezeki Ternak, will be introduced next year and is expected to benefit some 1,000 new livestock breeders from the low income household group (B40). Agriculture an...
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Livestock industry players should be bold to embrace new technology: DPM
ALOR GAJAH: The livestock industry players should be brave in accepting new technology and embark on large investment to transform the field and reap higher revenue.
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Water rationing only as last resort: Melaka CM
MELAKA (Sept 26): The Melaka Government will only decide to implement water rationing if it is necessary to overcome the issue of water supply disruptions in the state, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari...
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Water rationing only as last resort — Melaka CM
MELAKA (Sept 25): The Melaka Government will only decide to implement water rationing if it is necessary to overcome the issue of water supply disruptions in the State, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari...
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Melaka CM the first to testify in fish deaths hearing
MELAKA: Chief Minister Adly Zahari will be the first to testify in a hearing to determine what caused hundreds of fish to die at Sungai Melaka in May.
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Melaka wants more water infrastructure to avoid disruptions
MELAKA (Sept 23): The state government will hold a meeting with the National Water Service Commission (SPAN) to discuss plans to develop water infrastructure in the state in the near future.
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Melaka wants more water infrastructure to avoid disruptions, says CM
MELAKA, Sept 22 — The state government will hold a meeting with the National Water Service Commission (SPAN) to discuss plans to develop water infrastructure in the state in the near future.
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Water shortage hits Melaka city hotels
MELAKA: A number of hotels here have been badly hit by a water shortage.
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MACC lauds use of body cameras on enforcers
MALACCA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has lauded the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corruptions...
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MACC lauds use of bodycams on enforcers
MELAKA (Bernama): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) lauds the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and...
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Malacca CM: Water catchment areas to be replanted with forest trees
MALACCA (Sept 21) Water catchment areas in Malacca will be replanted with forest trees to ensure the catchments function effectively to meet the water supply needs of residents in the state, said Chi...
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No issue of breach of privacy in use of body cams, says MACC
MELAKA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has lauded the use of body cameras by enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corruption.
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MACC lauds use of body cameras on enforcers
The MACC lauds the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corruption.
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MACC lauds use of body cameras on enforcers
MELAKA, Sept 21 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) lauds the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corru...
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Malacca CM: Water catchment areas to be replanted with forest trees
MALACCA: Water catchment areas in Malacca will be replanted with forest trees to ensure the catchments function effectively to meet the water supply needs of residents in the state, according to Chief...
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CM: Only two out of nine water treatment plants in Melaka affected by low water levels
MELAKA, Sept 20 — Only two out of nine water treatment plants (WTP) in the state were affected by the low water levels namely Bertam WTP and Bukit Sebukor WTP, according to Chief Minister Adly Zahar...
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Water crisis fear grips Melaka
MELAKA: A consumer association here wants the state government to resolve the people’s worry that a water crisis may happen following speculation that the...
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Melaka told to look for new water sources
PETALING JAYA: The state of Melaka should look into finding new sources of water, including underground water, to avoid shortages in the future, says National Water Services Commission (SPAN) chairman Charles Santiago.
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Adly: Melaka not declaring emergency over water shortage
MELAKA (Sept 19): Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari today denied a viral social media message alleging that an emergency would be declared in the State tomorrow, following the shortage of water supply...
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CM denies Melaka to declare emergency over water shortage
MELAKA, Sept 19 — Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari today denied a viral social media message alleging that an emergency would be declared in the state this Friday, following the shortage of water s...
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Malacca set to overcome water supply disruptions: Chief Minister
MALACCA (Sept 19): The Malacca State Government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the state, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Mini...
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Melaka set to overcome water supply disruptions, says chief minister
MELAKA, Sept 19 ― The Melaka state government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the state, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Mini...
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Melaka set to overcome water supply disruptions — Chief Minister
MELAKA (Sept 18): The Malacca State Government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the State, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Minis...
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Seven mosques in Malacca perform Istisqa prayers for rain
MALACCA: Major mosques in the state today perform Istisqa prayers (prayers for rain) and special sermons following the ongoing water supply shortage and the worsening haze in the country.
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Long dry spell causes water shortage in Sri Aman: Uggah
KUCHING: The unprecedented water supply disruption affecting the entire town of Sri Aman is due to the extended period of drought in the state, said Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister, Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Long dry spell caused water shortage in Sri Aman: Uggah
The unprecedented water supply disruption affecting the entire town of Sri Aman is due to the extended period of drought in the state.
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Report areas without water supply to me - Malacca CM
Malacca Chief Minister Adly Zahari told residents in the state to report areas affected by water supply disruption directly to him via his official Facebook site.
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Disruption in water supply in Malacca not a crisis: Exco
MALACCA: The disruption in water supply in the state caused by the low level of water in the dams and water retention ponds is not a crisis and there are no plans for water rationing now, said Malacca...
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Melaka water supply disruption 'not a crisis', says exco
MELAKA, Sept 17 — The disruption in water supply in the state caused by the low level of water in the dams and water retention ponds is not a crisis and there are no plans for water rationing now, s...
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Villagers appeal Malacca govt to resolve water crisis
MALACCA: Residents in Kampung Pantai Rombang, Tanjung Kling here today appealed to the state government to help resolve the severe water shortage in the area since last week.
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Dipping levels at Melaka's dams causing low water pressure
MELAKA: Residents at the Cheng Ria medium cost flats here are complaining of low water pressure due to a reduction in levels at the state's two major dams – Durian...
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PBAPP send water tanker to assist drought-stricken Melaka
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 16): Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) has responded to a call to assist in supplying water to drought-stricken Melaka by deploying a tanker truck early today.
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PBAPP sends water tanker to assist drought-stricken Malacca
GEORGE TOWN: Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) has responded to a call to assist in supplying water to drought-stricken Malacca by deploying a tanker truck early today.
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Mega fitness programme in Melaka called off due to haze
MELAKA: The Youth and Sports Ministry has called off a mega fitness programme at Bandar Hilir on Saturday (Sept 14) here due to the worsening haze in the state.
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Lard-free mooncakes enliven festival
MELAKA: To make the food of the Mid-Autumn Festival more acceptable, some kampung folks are making lard-free mooncakes so that more people can join in the fun.
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FitMalaysia finale moved from Johor to Malacca
The FitMalaysia programme finale scheduled to be held this Saturday has been moved from Johor to Malacca, according to sources.
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Orang asli urged to venture into tourism sector in Malacca
ALOR GAJAH: The orang asli community in Malacca was today told to carry out eco-tourism and agro-tourism activities to improve their livelihood.
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Orang Asli urged to venture into tourism sector in Melaka
ALOR GAJAH, Sept 7 — The Orang Asli community in Melaka was today told to carry out eco-tourism and agro-tourism activities to improve their livelihood.
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Political parties must care for members without misusing govt funds, says Amanah man
KULAI: The concept of the government being in charge of the welfare of the people and political parties being in charge of their members' welfare should be clearly...
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Ammonia leak: Melaka to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MELAKA (Sept 6): The safety of water sources and chemicals especially in industrial areas is the primary aspect monitored by the Melaka state government to ensure the ammonia gas leak incident in Ja...
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Gadek Hot Spring to get a makeover
ALOR GAJAH: Gadek Hot Spring will be given a RM17 million makeover and named Gadek Wellness and Spa Resort, Malacca Chief Minister, Adly Zahari, told reporters today.
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Malacca to spend RM5m on purchase of 45 new vehicles
MALACCA: The Malacca state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and agencies in the state, according to Chief Mini...
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Malacca to spend RM5m on purchase of 45 new vehicles
The Malacca state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and agencies in the state, Chief Minister Adly Zahari said.
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CM: Melaka to spend RM5m on purchase of 45 new official vehicles
MELAKA, Sept 6 — The Melaka state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and agencies in the state, said Chief Min...
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Melaka to spend RM5mil on purchase of 45 new official vehicles
MELAKA (Bernama): The Melaka state government is spending about RM5mil to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and...
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Apply justice when carrying out duties, ex-AG advises after receiving Maal Hijrah award
MELAKA, Sept 5 — Public officials, especially law enforcement officials and state leaders, must apply the principles of justice in carrying out their duties and responsibilities to the country and t...
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Ammonia leak: Malacca to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MALACCA: The safety of water sources and chemicals especially in industrial areas is the primary aspect monitored by the Malacca state government to ensure the ammonia gas leak incident in Jasin near ...
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Ammonia leak: Melaka to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MELAKA (Bernama): The safety of water sources and chemicals, especially in industrial areas, is the primary aspect monitored by the Melaka state government to...
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Muhyiddin: Can’t stop Zakir Naik from going to Melaka for prayers
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 3 — Controversial televangelist Dr Zakir Naik is allowed to attend a prayer session in Melaka this Saturday but may not give any speeches, said Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.
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Zakir gets go-ahead to visit mosque, but not to give speech
MELAKA: Controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik will not be allowed to give a ceramah during his visit to Masjid Cina in Krubong, says the state’s top cop.
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Rafiq to proceed with Zakir event, says non-Muslims need not worry
Malacca exco member Mohd Rafiq Naizamohideen says a prayer session featuring preacher Zakir Naik this Saturday will proceed as scheduled.
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Melaka cops OK with Naik joining prayers at mosque
PETALING JAYA: Melaka police have no problem with Dr Zakir Naik’s presence at a prayer session hosted by Masjid Cina Melaka (MCM) on Saturday, despite a nationwide gag order on the controversial pre...
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Melaka exco defends event featuring Zakir Naik
PETALING JAYA: A Melaka state executive councillor under fire for hosting an event in the state featuring Dr Zakir Naik despite a nationwide gag order on the controversial preacher today defended his ...
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Zakir Naik gets police OK for Melaka prayers
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 2 — Melaka police today confirmed that controversial Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik is free to attend a congregational prayer and worship this Saturday despite being banned from p...
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Bersatu to host Zakir at prayer session
PETALING JAYA: Controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik has been thrust into the limelight again, following revelations that he is to appear at a religious ceremony at the Cina Krubong Mosque, in Malacca ...
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Kerk calls on Malacca gov't to act on Zakir Naik event
Ayer Keroh assemblyperson Kerk Chee Yee has called on the Malacca government to uphold a decision not to allow controversial preacher Zakir Naik to speak in the state.
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Melaka appreciates entrepreneurs’ contribution to economy, says CM
MELAKA, Sept 1 — The Melaka state government says it appreciates the contribution of entrepreneurs to the state’s economy and is taking efforts to develop entrepreneurship especially among women.
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LPM, Home Spectrum to build affordable houses in Melaka Pindah
MELAKA (Aug 29): The state government through the Melaka Housing Board (LPM) with the cooperation of housing developer, Home Spectrum Sdn Bhd (HSSB), will develop affordable housing under the Affordab...
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Salmah’s Muhibbah House rebuilt in time for National Day
ALOR GAJAH: The facelift of an icon of unity – a pre-Merdeka kampung house here where Malaysians of all races come together – is close to completion.
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No water rationing in Melaka, says chief minister
ALOR GAJAH, Aug 23 — There will be no water rationing in Melaka even though the level at the Durian Tunggal Dam has dropped to 36 per while the Jus Dam is at 53 per cent.
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Entrepreneur surprised by overwhelming response to National Day colouring contest
MELAKA: Entrepreneur Goh Ming Kang is surprised at the overwhelming response for a mega colouring contest he is organising, in conjunction with National Day celebrations.
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Melaka CM: Zakir, come witness the racial harmony here
MELAKA: Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik should visit Melaka and see for himself how the local population live harmoniously in the historical state. says Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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Melaka GLC being restructured to be more competitive — Chief Minister
JASIN (Aug 20): The Melaka government is in the process of restructuring its agencies especially government-linked companies (GLCs) through a rationalisation process within a year beginning last month...
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Malacca prohibits Zakir Naik from giving talks in the state
MALACCA: The Malacca government has decided not to allow Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik (pix) to give talks in any programme in the state but welcomes him as a tourist.
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More doors close on Zakir Naik
The number of states where preacher Zakir Naik is free to speak is reducing following the controversy emerging from his recent speaking engagement in Kelantan.
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Islamic preacher Zakir Naik banned from speaking in Melaka: Chief Minister
MELAKA: Islamic preacher Zakir Naik has been banned from speaking in Melaka, said the Malaysian state’s Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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Zakir Naik banned from speaking in Melaka, says CM
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 19 — Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari said controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik has been barred from holding religious talks in the state.
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Zakir Naik banned from speaking in Melaka, says Chief Minister
MELAKA: Zakir Naik has been barred from holding religious talks in the state, says Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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Malaysia needs clearer vision to send second astronaut to ISS
MELAKA (Aug 15): Malaysia needs a clearer vision and a different approach if it intends to carry out the mission to send its second astronaut to the International Space Station (ISS), said the Directo...
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Adly: Religious speaker issue should be settled with discretion
MALACCA: The Malacca government will call all parties concerned to settle the issue concerning independent religious speaker Wan Ji Wan Hussin through discussions instead of going through the courts, ...
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Melaka CM to try mediation in Wan Ji case
MELAKA: The Melaka state government will call all parties concerned to settle matters leading to the arrest of independent religious speaker Wan Ji Wan Hussin last week.
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Wan Ji's issue should be settled via discussions - Malacca CM
The Malacca government will call all parties concerned to settle the issue concerning independent religious speaker Wan Ji Wan Hussin through discussions instead of going through the courts, said Chie...
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Melaka CM: Religious speaker issue should be settled with discretion
MELAKA, Aug 11 — The Melaka government will call all parties concerned to settle the issue concerning independent religious speaker Wan Ji Wan Hussin through discussions instead of going through the...
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Youths play important role in continuing Malaysia’s vision: Mahathir
MALACCA: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government recognises the great role that the young generation can play, and views their contribution as very important to continue Malaysia’...
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10,000 attend launch of National Month
Malacca: The launch of the National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang 2019 was held in a patriotic, lively and colourful gathering of about 10,000 people at Dataran Pahlawan, Bandar Hilir here last nig...
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Malaysian now more mature in assessing threats to unity: Mahathir
MALACCA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad believes that Malaysians are now more mature in assessing the situation and deciding for themselves when facing threats that can disrupt unity.
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10,000 gather in Malacca for launch of National Month
The launch of the National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang 2019 was held in a patriotic, lively and colourful gathering of about 10,000 people at Dataran Pahlawan, Bandar Hilir last night.
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Youths play important role in continuing Malaysia’s vision – Dr Mahathir
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PM: Youth play crucial role in continuing Malaysia’s vision
MELAKA, Aug 4 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said the government recognises the great role that the young generation can play, and views their contribution as very important to continue Ma...
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Malaysians now more mature in assessing threats to unity, says PM
MELAKA, Aug 3 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad believes that Malaysians are now more mature in assessing the situation and deciding for themselves when facing threats that can disrupt unity.
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National Month celebrations to be launched at Bandar Hilir tonight
MALACCA: The launch of the National Month and the flying of the Malaysian flag in conjunction with this year’s National Day and Malaysia Day celebrations, complete with colourful festivities, will t...
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National Month celebrations meaningful as it started in Malacca: Gobind
MALACCA: Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo (pix) said celebrating the National Month and Flying the Jalur Gemilang campaign have become very significant this year as it started f...
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National Month celebrations meaningful as it started in Melaka — Gobind
MELAKA (Aug 2): Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo said celebrating the National Month and Flying the Jalur Gemilang campaign have become very significant this year as it started ...
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Melaka CM says ready for National Month’s launch
MELAKA, Aug 2 ― Melaka is gearing up for the launch of the national-level National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang (national flag) celebration which will be officiated by Prime Minister Tun Dr Maha...
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MACC still probing AG Report — Latheefa
Latheefa Koya MELAKA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has mobilised its taskforce to investigate cases involving elements of manipulation and fraud disclosed in the latest Auditor-Gen...
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30,000 people expected to flock to Malacca for National Month launching ceremony
Malacca: About 30,000 people are expected to flock to the Dataran Pahlawan in Banda Hilir here to witness the launch of this year’s National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang campaign this Saturday.
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