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Dr Mahathir tells Sea Games contingent to stay strong

PUTRAJAYA, Dec 3  -- Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad hopes that the Malaysian contingent to the 30th SEA Games will remain patient and strong in the wake of typhoon Kammuri making landfall in the Philippines.

Memo on PLUS acquisition to be presented to cabinet soon - Baru Bian

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 3 -- The discussions on the issues related to the acquisition of highway concessionaire PLUS Malaysia Berhad (PLUS) and toll roads, between the Works Ministry, Economic Affairs Ministry and the Finance Ministry, is ongoing, said Works Minister Baru Bian.

OKU will get 50 pct discount for new .MY domain registration from Jan 1

PUTRAJAYA, Dec 3 -- The Ministry of Communications and Multimedia has good news for OKU in conjunction with the International Day of Persons with Disabilities (OKU) celebration today. 

Waste linked to Sungai Kim Kim pollution case classified as oil sludge, court told

JOHOR BAHRU, Dec 3  -- The Sessions Court here was informed today that the waste generated from the tyre processing plant associated with the pollution incident in Sungai Kim Kim, Pasir Gudang on March 7, was classified as scheduled waste SW311, or 'oil sludge'.

Cops confirm Negeri Sembilan speaker's report over alleged slanderous post

SEREMBAN, Dec 3  -- Seremban police chief ACP Mohd Said Ibrahim today confirmed that he had received a report from Negeri Sembilan Legislative Assembly speaker Datuk Zulkefly Mohamad Omar in connection with a slanderous statement.

At least 50 percent of Sabah will remain under forest cover - Shafie

KOTA KINABALU, Dec 3  -- In tackling deforestation in the state, the Sabah government ensures that about 50 percent of Sabah’s land area is always under forest cover and sufficient to provide ecosystem services like watershed areas and habitats for flora and fauna.

Electrical safety during floods - Energy Commission

PUTRAJAYA, Dec 3 -- The Energy Commission (ST) has advised the public to stay alert and to take precautionary measures to avert electrical hazards during floods.