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'MA63 realisation important towards strengthening Malaysia'
“What we are not happy about is that our (royalty) payment has been locked in since 1974. It is already 2019 and the payment still stays at 5%,”
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Allow equal rights to confer nationality on spouses and children: JAG
to allow equal right for Malaysian men and women to confer nationality on their spouses and children.
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“We can recover in three years”
He said a portion of the country’s income had to be used to pay the country’s debt, which caused the government to pay lesser attention to national development.
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'Minister should leave Water Dept Director appointment up to AGC'
Yong also warned that the consequences of having an unqualified and incompetent public servant as head of an important government department could be damaging to public interests and safety.
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Yong: Water supply disruptions not due to dry weather but incompetence
accused the state Infrastructure Development Minister of using the current dry spell to justify the government’s controversial decision to build a mega dam at Kaiduan in Penampang/Papar.
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Axe coming down on non-performing GLCs
Shafie said that at least three subsidiaries of Yayasan Sabah, the state’s biggest concession holder, might be downsized or closed with their staff absorbed into other companies or divisions of YS.
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Ldu_trawling_pix_24032019_1_ Another vessel caught trawling in shallow waters
Sabah Marine Police commander ACP Mohamad Pajeri Ali said a Marine police patrol boat spotted the fishing vessel trawling two nautical miles from land at Tanjung Malandung at 8.40am on Saturday.
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250319_front_a Illegal tapping of water supply at squatter colonies
The department’s enforcement officers with the assistance of appointed contractor, Salcon Engineering cut off the illegal connection at the illegal settlement in front of the Pangiran Galpam Mosque in Mile 7 Jalan Labuk and Mile 2 Kampung Bakau betwee
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Kinabalu Pink Ribbon conducts Breast Cancer Awareness programme in Ranau
All adults present were provided free basic health screening by medical officers from KPJ while the clinical breast check-up for women were done by LPPKN nurses while the children had a fun filled outing with a colouring contest.
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Grab’s late cancellation policy will not affect majority of users
For instance, driver-partners who repeatedly ask passengers to cancel could result in a suspension or even a permanent ban.”
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BHP still carrying out works for Pan Borneo Highway Sabah
The statement was in response to The Financial Edge news report dated 21st March 2019 on the termination of the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) model for Pan Borneo Highway project in Sabah.
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State govt hopes to kick off Papar dam project in April
hopes to get the controversial RM2 billion Papar water dam project off the ground next month.
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Six water plants ‘dried up’ in East Coast
"The situation now is only critical in Tawau and Semporna which is affecting the six treatment plants,"
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220319_front_b Tawau water production drops by 50 per cent
“Although the dry weather has passed, but if it doesn’t rain in areas where the rivers are located, then the water level will not increase,” he said.
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220319_front_a PBH project now under government
He further questioned how could a private entity such as the PDP, be left to manage RM16 billion of project funds, underlining the need for greater transparency and accountability.
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