Saturday, July 10, 2021

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Govt functioning well, doing its best to combat Covid-19

JELI: Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Economy) Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed said the government administration is still functioning well in working towards economic recovery and ensuring that the people are protected during the Covid-19 pandemic. He said despite the...

New cabinet appointments won’t rock the boat, as long as people’s health, economy under control

By Nurul Hanis Izmir and S. Kisho Kumari KUALA LUMPUR: With new cabinet appointments, the Perikatan Nasional (PN) government looks totally committed to bringing the Covid-19 pandemic under control while ensuring the economy forges ahead despite hiccups and fragilities of...

Government service counters to resume physical operations July 1

PUTRAJAYA: Government service counters, which have not been physically opened during Phase One of Movement Control under the National Recovery Plan (PPN), will resume operations nationwide beginning July 1 (Thursday) with certain operational procedures, says Chief Secretary to the...

Focus on private homes and places

KUCHING: The government should focus on gatherings occurring within private homes and locations instead of reducing operation hours in all sectors to curb the spread of Covid-19. This was pointed out by Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) supreme...

Government fails to forfeit RM114 mln

KUALA LUMPUR: The government failed in its application to forfeit RM114 million, allegedly belonging to Umno and former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that was seized from a premises belonging to Obyu Holdings Sdn Bhd. This followed a decision by...

Govt values youth in nation building

KUCHING: The government’s firm commitment to continue empowering the youth shows the great value placed upon the youth as national asset in nation building, said Datuk Snowdan Lawan. The Assistant Minister of Youth and Sports said this in support of...

Solar in Malaysia — challenges, and too much of a good thing?

By Sii Radziah Hamzah SOLAR enthusiasts are jumping on the bandwagon to promote the renewable energy (RE) source, harping that it is freely available and more cost-effective. But is this true? And is too much solar a good thing? Let’s explore...

We’ll help ensure stability in Putrajaya

KUCHING: Sarawak will play its part to ensure political stability in the country. The reassurance came from Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg who said only when there is a stable government would the nation be peaceful. Otherwise, the nation would be affected. "In Sarawak, of course we have our own formula and our own culture. "If Sarawak continues to be stable like this, the Malaysian government would also be stable. That, you can count on me," he told Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin at a luncheon with Perikatan Nasional (PN) and Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) leaders at Waterfront Hotel here today (April 2). "If Sarawak becomes kucar kacir (a mess), then the federal government would also be affected. "But so far, the GPS government made up of Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), Progressive Democratic Party (PDP), Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) and Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), is in the same direction. "When the state is peaceful, we will be able to assist the federal government in terms of administration of the country and the implementation of inclusivity-based policies," he added. Abang Johari pointed out that the prime minister is well aware of the state's development situation, to which he said the man would do his best to ensure that Sarawak would be well developed. "I think he wants to protect what there is in Sarawak. After all, Sarawak is his second home," he said.

Gov’t listens to youth aspirations

KUCHING: The state government is actively listening to the aspirations of the youths in Sarawak, said Tupong assemblyman Fazzrudin Abdul Rahman. “For Sarawak, its Youth and Sports Ministry has conducted various engagements through their road tours. “The minister and assistant Minister...

Govt files appeal against use of word ‘Allah’ ruling

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has filed an appeal against the High Court ruling that Christians nationwide can use the word "Allah" and three other Arabic words in their religious publications for educational purposes. The other three words are Baitullah, Kaabah...
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Ministry plans more controlled markets, farmers’ markets in Phase Two states

JOHOR BAHRU: The Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries (Mafi) plans to add 10 more Controlled Fresh Markets (PSTs)...
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