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No need for panic buying, Jeffrey tells shoppers

No need for panic buying

There will be a very sizable amount of food supply in Sabah during the development control request (MCO) period, vice president serve Jeffrey Kitingan has guaranteed customers. “I need to console our Sabah shoppers that we won’t run out of food. “Hence, there is no requirement for alarm purchasing or …

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Govt agrees to hybrid Parliament sitting – in principle

Govt agrees to hybrid Parliament sitting – in principle

The public authority has concurred on a fundamental level for Parliament sittings to be done in a cross breed way, with MPs present both truly and basically. In an explanation, true law serve Takiyuddin Hassan said the public authority was reading the instruments needed for Parliament sittings to go crossover …

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Enough is enough, says Vigneswaran of deaths in custody

Enough is enough (1)

MIC president SA Vigneswaran has had enough of the rising number of passings in authority and has approached the recently named investigator general of police Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani to discover an answer. The demise of truck driver Umar Faruq Abdullah yesterday at the south Klang area police central command …

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Kelantan mufti backs mandatory vaccinations

Kelantan mufti backs mandatory vaccinations

Kelantan mufti Mohamad Shukri Mohamad has sponsored the leader’s proposition for Covid-19 immunizations to be made compulsory considering the low enlistment rate. Shukri said the public authority reserved the privilege to utilize its crisis powers for this reason on the off chance that it considers it significant for individuals’ government …

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Sabah politician in molest probe remanded 4 days

Sabah politician in molest

A Sabah government official who is asserted to have attacked an Unduk Ngadau excellence show candidate has been remanded for four days to work with examinations. The remand application, which was heard by justice Lovely Natasha Charles through virtual conferencing today, was made under Section 117 of the Criminal Procedure …

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7,748 Covid-19 cases, Selangor highest again

7,748 Covid-19 cases

The wellbeing service has revealed 7,748 Covid-19 cases in the previous 24 hours. In a Facebook post, wellbeing chief general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah said the complete number of diseases currently remains at 603,122. Selangor recorded the most noteworthy number of cases with 2,612. This was trailed by Kuala Lumpur …

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Logging in Kedah will continue for next 18 years, says MB

Logging in Kedah

Signing in Kedah is relied upon to proceed for the following 18 years as the state government will lose RM1 billion in remuneration if it somehow happened to pull out concessions granted by past state governments, says menteri besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor. He said the current organization has not …

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