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Govt received 305 complaints of moneylender misconduct
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 305 complaints involving various types of misconduct allegedly committed by moneylenders has been recorded by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government between Jan 1 and Au...
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Ministry receives 305 complaints of moneylender misconduct
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 305 complaints involving various types of misconduct allegedly committed by moneylenders have been recorded by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government between Jan 1 and A...
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Ministry receives 305 complaints of moneylender misconduct
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 14): A total of 305 complaints involving various types of misconduct allegedly committed by moneylenders has been recorded by the Ministry of Housing and Local Government between Jan...
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Misappropriation of vehicle import licence: Nine companies blacklisted
KUALA LUMPUR: Nine companies have been blacklisted after a compliance audit was conducted, for alleged offences related to misappropriation of vehicle import licence (AP), for the period 2017 to 2018,...
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Nine companies blacklisted for misappropriation of vehicle import APs
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 9): Nine companies have been blacklisted after a compliance audit was conducted for alleged offences related to misappropriation of vehicle import licence (AP), for the period 2017 t...
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Nine firms blacklisted for AP violations
KUALA LUMPUR: Nine companies have been blacklisted for allegedly misappropriating the approved permits (APs) for motor vehicles.
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MPs defend anti-fake news law, then start hurling 'fake news' at each other
BN MPs today made a spirited defence against the repeal of the Anti-Fake News Act 2018 but soon started hurling what they claimed were "fake news" across to government lawmakers in the Dewan Rakyat.
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Free breakfast programme, corruption, MyKad sale, among issues to be discussed in Parliament today
KUALA LUMPUR: The mechanism for the Free Breakfast Program (PSP) for all primary school children planned to begin next year, is one of the main focus of the Dewan Rakyat meeting on Wednesday.
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Free breakfast programme, APs, MyKad sale among issues to be discussed in Parliament on Wednesday (Oct 9)
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The mechanism for the Free Breakfast Programme (PSP) for all primary school children planned to begin next year, is one of the main focus of the...
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Free breakfast programme, corruption, Mykad sale among issues to be discussed in Parliament today
KUALA LUMPUR: The mechanism for the Free Breakfast Program (PSP) for all primary school children planned to begin next year, is one of the main focus of the Dewan Rakyat meeting on Wednesday.
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Heated exchange ends meeting
A HEATED row erupted on the last day of the Dewan Rakyat meeting with members hearing the words “molest underage girls” and “bangsat (scum)” exchanged.It started when Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim (BN-Arau) asked Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof to expunge a question by Pang Hok Liong (PH-Labis).
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Colourful language echoes in Parliament as two lawmakers exchange insults
KUALA LUMPUR: The use of unparliamentarian words like "bangsat" (rogue) and "child molester" caused an uproar in Dewan Rakyat on Thursday (July 18).
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MPs trade barbs in Dewan over ‘molest’ remark
KUALA LUMPUR: Two MPs from opposite sides of the divide traded insults in the Dewan Rakyat today, causing the speaker to threaten to eject both of them from the hall.
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Insults fly after DAP MP calls Shahidan a child molester
KUALA LUMPUR: A heated argument broke out in the Dewan Rakyat today after a Pakatan Harapan (PH) lawmaker labelled Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim a child molester.
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‘Child molester’, ‘bangsat’ exchanges in Parliament
KUALA LUMPUR, July 18 — A pair of Pakatan Harapan (PH) and Umno MPs earned a public chiding from Dewan Rakyat Speaker Datuk Mohamad Ariff Md Yusof for using unparliamentary language in today’s sit...
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Johor BN to demand Parliament withdraw question on royal ‘TMJ’, ‘RZ’ car plates
JOHOR BARU, July 3 — The Johor Barisan Nasional (BN) will be writing a letter to the Parliament to demand that the “TMJ” and “RZ” royalty licence plate question, raised recently in the Dewan...
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Loke insists on written reply to car plates issue
FRESH from the controversy over the car plates of “TMJ” and “RZ”, Transport Minister Anthony Loke has avoided further questions from the press on the issue, sticking to his reply from the day before.
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Johor Opposition trying to politicise royalty car plate issue, says Labis MP
KUALA LUMPUR: After drawing flak for questioning the legality of the two vehicle number plates - “TMJ” and “RZ” - belonging to the Johor royalty, Labis MP Pang Hok Liong has claimed that Opposition leaders in the state are trying to politicise the matter.
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Loke refuses to comment on ‘TMJ’ and ‘RZ’ number plates
KUALA LUMPUR: Transport Minister Anthony Loke refused today to confirm or deny if the “TMJ” and ‘RZ” registration plates used by two Johor royals are registered with the Road Transport Departm...
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Transport minister says to see parliamentary answer in reply to ‘TMJ’, ‘RZ’ car plates
KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — Transport Minister Anthony Loke refused today to confirm or deny if the “TMJ” and ‘RZ” vehicle plates used by two Johor royals are registered with the Road Transport D...
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Loke dodges question on 'TMJ' and 'RZ' vehicle number plates
KUALA LUMPUR: Transport Minister Anthony Loke dodged a question from the media on whether the vehicles bearing number plates with the prefix “TMJ” and “RZ” are registered under his ministry.
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Johor Bersatu Youth chief calls for all political parties to respect royal institution
JOHOR BARU, July 2 — Johor’s Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia Youth chief Norul Haszarul Abu Samah came to the defence of the state’s royal institution yesterday after a state MP questioned the le...
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'TMJ, RZ' plates: Johor Bersatu Youth tells DAP rep to respect royals
Johor Bersatu Youth chief Norul Haszarul Abu Samah is the latest to weigh in on DAP lawmaker Pang Hok Liong raising the status of vehicles with royal licence plates in Parliament.
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Transport Ministry dodges poser on 'TMJ, RZ' licence plates
The Transport Ministry dodged a question yesterday on whether vehicles bearing “TMJ” or “RZ” licence plates are registered under the Road Transport Department (RTD) or are considered roadworth...
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Barisan reps unhappy with rejection of motion to debate
KOTA ISKANDAR: State Barisan Nasional assemblymen were disappointed with the rejection of a motion to debate a question raised in the Dewan Rakyat by a Johor MP about the legality of the “TMJ” and “RZ” vehicle number plates.
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Female lawyer's list for avoiding 'randy' colleagues, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Johor Speaker shoots down emergency motion after legality of royalty’s TMJ, RZ plates questioned
ISKANDAR PUTERI, July 1 — Johor state assembly Speaker Suhaizan Kaiat has today rejected an emergency motion by the Opposition chiding Labis MP Pang Hok Liong, who had earlier questioned the legalit...
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Emergency motion to debate legality of 'TMJ', 'RZ' vehicle number plates rejected at Johor assembly
KOTA ISKANDAR: Johor state speaker Suhaizan Kaiat has rejected an emergency motion filed by the Opposition to debate the legality of vehicle number plates with the prefix “TMJ” and “RZ”.
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Mosque chairperson assumes responsibility for party logo display
The chairperson of Masjid Jamek Bandar Paloh, Hassan Sarkon said today that he would assume full responsibility for the incident where a banner with a political party logo was put up at the mosque.
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I may sue, says Labis MP after being called a dog on FB page
PETALING JAYA: Labis MP Pang Hok Liong says he is considering suing the admin of the “Ops Johor” Facebook page for calling him a dog when he was only discharging his duties.
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Labis MP lodges police report over insulting Facebook post following mosque visit
JOHOR BARU, May 18 — Labis MP Pang Hok Liong today lodged a police report in Segamat over a slanderous Facebook post that insulted him in relation to his visit to a mosque at his constituency last w...
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Mosque visit: Labis MP files a police report over Facebook post
Labis MP Pang Hok Liong today filed a police report over a purported slanderous Facebook posting in relation to his visit at the Jamek Tenang Stesen mosque on Friday.
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Johor ruler ticks off Pakatan MP for mosque speech
JOHOR BARU • The Sultan of Johor has ticked off an MP from Pakatan Harapan (PH) for making a speech at a mosque in Labis, stressing that political activities are not allowed in any mosque or surau i...
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Sheikh Omar slams those calling non-Muslims in mosques 'dogs'
It is improper to criticise non-Muslims for entering mosques, says Johor DAP publicity secretary Sheikh Omar Ali.
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Johor DAP rep raps FB page for calling Labis MP a ‘dog’ over mosque appearance
JOHOR BARU, May 16 — A DAP Muslim state assemblyman today has condemned a Facebook page that had insulted non-Muslims who entered mosques.
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Johor Sultan wants action taken against mosque officials who provide platform...
JOHOR BAHRU (May 16): Sultan Johor Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar wants the Council of the Religion of Islam Johor (MAIJ) to take stern action against mosque officials who provide a platform ...
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Sultan of Johor slams Pakatan Harapan MP for making speech in mosque
JOHOR BARU - The Sultan of Johor has ticked off a Pakatan Harapan MP for making a speech at a mosque in Labis, stressing that political activities are not allowed in any mosque or surau in the state.
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Labis MP denies giving speech in mosque after Johor royal rebuke
JOHOR BARU, May 16 — Labis MP Pang Hok Liong today denied that he gave a political speech at a mosque in his constituency recently that had earned him a rebuke from Johor ruler Sultan Ibrahim Sultan...
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Johor Ruler slams Pakatan MP over political speech in Labis mosque
JOHOR BARU: Johor Ruler Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar has slammed a Pakatan Harapan MP here for allegedly making a political speech at a mosque in Labis.
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MP denies giving speech in mosque after royal rebuke
PETALING JAYA: Labis MP Pang Hok Liong has denied giving a speech at a mosque in his constituency last week, after a picture of him apparently speaking there went viral on Facebook, earning him a rebu...
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Johor DAP: Boo ruining our image, must shed opposition mentality
Johor DAP has accused its committee member Boo Cheng Hau of ruining the party’s image by calling for Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s resignation.
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