Pahang, Malaysia Newswire

Pahang, Malaysia Newswire

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  1. Government Opts For Relief Measures Than Declare Bukit Merah A Disaster AreaRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

    The government said today it has opted against declaring drought-hit Bukit Merah in Perak a disaster area for now due to legal and financial implications, but will immediately implement relief measures. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the government was considering several relief measures including installing water mains to the lake, deepening the lake and raising the mooring area.

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  2. Emergence of new star Haiqal adds depth in sprint departmentRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Star Online

    File photo of Muhammad Haiqal Hanafi during the National Schools in Malacca last year. - A. MALEX YAHAYA/The Star.

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  3. Will The Pahang River Cease To Exist?Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

    By Ainul Huda Mohamed Saaid KUALA LUMPUR -- Is it possible that the Pahang River will soon no longer be able make its 459-kilometre journey to the South China Sea? The longest river of the peninsula Malaysia traverses through almost all districts in Pahang, supplying water, facilitating fishing and farming activities, providing another means of transportation and even fueling tourism and recreational activities. However, according to water quality expert Ir Dr Zaki Zainudin, its days were numbered.

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  4. Pan Borneo Highway: Link of a thousand opportunitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Express

    Kuching: It was a mostly smooth, sometimes bumpy but altogether enchanting drive to the north-western coastal town of Pekan Sematan, about 100km from the State capital. The forested hills, the rocky boulders, meandering rivers and villages all make for a scenic and memorable journey through rural Sarawak.

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  5. Hot weather keeps firemen busyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Star Online

    Fire and Rescue Department deputy director-general Datuk Soiman Jahid said that of the 124 fires reported across Malaysia yesterday, 108 were caused by the searing El Nino phenomenon. He said firemen responded to as many as 93 bush fires and battled blazes in 18 forests yesterday, while also being called in to douse 15 house fires and three open-burning cases.

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  6. Xpress Air Offers Melaka-Pekan Baru Flights From FridayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Malaysian National News Agency

    Indonesian airline Xpress Air is expected to offer two-way flights from Melaka to Pekan Baru, Indonesia from Melaka International Airport starting this Friday. State Transport, Project Rehabilitation and International Trade Committee Chairman Datuk Lim Ban Hong said Xpress Air would also make transit stops at three destinations, namely Palembang, Lampung and Tanjung Pinang, Indonesia.

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  7. 28 Poachers Caught In 'Op Khazanah Alam 2016'Read the original story

    Monday Apr 25 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Twenty-eight people including an Orang Asli woman were caught in the anti-poaching 'Op Khazanah Negara 2016' operation that was carried out around the Endau Forest Reserve. The operation saw seizure of wild life and natural treasures of the forest amounting to RM50,000.

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  8. from the Oldies he Sings, 'Young Ones' Adenan Shows How Left Behind Sarawak Has Become under BNRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Malaysia Chronicle

    The Sarawak chief minister has been flying all over Sarawak to prepare for the state election or what some have called the "singing election". But songs and singing aside, there is no denying that Adenan has become some sort of game changer in Sarawak's unique and fascinaA ting brand of multi-cultural politics.

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  9. Government Committed To Provide Best Education To MalaysiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | Malaysian National News Agency

    The government is committed to continue to ensure that the people received the best education in the country, said Higher Education Minister Datuk Idris Jusoh. For this purpose, he said, the ministry had introduced several initiatives in efforts to churn out holistic graduates who possessed entrepreneurship and balanced traits.

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  10. A - singing election' with big implicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Star Online

    The Sarawak chief minister has been flying all over Sarawak to prepare for the state election or what some have called the "singing election". But songs and singing aside, there is no denying that Adenan has become some sort of game changer in Sarawak's unique and fascinaA ting brand of multi-cultural politics.

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  11. Hooliganism still a clear and present dangerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 23 | The Star Online

    For example, you can expect fan trouble whenever the rival teams clash in countries as far as in South America as well. What is surprising, actually shocking, is that this menace is threatening to become a clear and present danger amongst us now.

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  12. Pahang Government Spends RM60,000 Daily To Pump Water Into Treatment PlantsRead the original story

    Friday Apr 22 | Malaysian National News Agency

    The Pahang government spends RM60,000 a day to ensure a reliable supply of water at three water treatment plants at Lipis, Temerloh and Pekan following the drought brought on by the El Nino phenomenon. State Secretary Datuk Seri Muhammad Safian Ismail said for the past two weeks the government had to incur expenditure on pumping water from other areas to ensure the water treatment plants had sufficient water supply.

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  13. Wedding Planner Alleged To Have Cheated 60 Couples With Inexpensive PackageRead the original story

    Friday Apr 22 | Malaysian National News Agency

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 22 -- A wedding planner company is alleged to have cheated 60 couples by offering an inexpensive wedding package at numerous wedding expos since last year. Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association chief activist Datuk Nadzim Johan said the association had so far received 10 complaints from the victims whose wedding plans had disappeared into thin air, along with the company they paid to organise it.

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  14. On the upswing Pahang aim to win again in Super LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | The Star Online

    Pahang Matt Davies dribbles pass Penang player during a Super League match at City Stadium, Penang. CHAN BOON KAI/ The Star.

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  15. Haze hits KL, Selangor as heatwave continues to grip MalaysiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 22 | Channelnewsasia.com

    KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia continues to be in the grip of the hottest weather it has ever had. In the past few weeks schools have been closed, water supplies are being rationed - and now the haze has returned to Kuala Lumpur.

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  16. Fikirlah: Spare A Little Thought And Some Water For The StraysRead the original story

    Friday Apr 22 | Malaysian National News Agency

    A Commentary By Sheriffah Noor Khamseah Al-Idid Dato' Syed Ahmad Idid Innovation and nuclear advocate Sheriffah Noor Khamseah Al-Idid shares her soft spot for stray animals after observing that the present heat wave has made life difficult for them as well. Sheriffah had served as the special officer to Tan Sri Omar Abdul Rahman, the Science Advisor to Malaysia's 4th prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and was instrumental in helping to develop strategies and plans to promote high-tech businesses and financing.

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  17. More projects for bumisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Star Online

    Business partners: Najib and Dr Ahmad Zahid witnessing the exchange of documents between SME Corp chief executive Datuk Hafsah Hashim i and Mara director-general Datuk Ibrahim Ahmad in Putrajaya. PUTRAJAYA: The Bumiputera Economic Council has targeted 50.6% of the value of contracts from the Mass Rapid Transit Line 1 project in 2017 to be awarded to bumiputra contractors.

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  18. 93 KPIs Set For 23 Ministries To Empower Bumiputera's Economy - NajibRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | Malaysian National News Agency

    Ninety-three key performance indicators to empower Bumiputera's economy have been set for 25 ministries, including the Prime Minister's Department this year, the prime minister said. Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the KPIs, which were recommended by the Bumiputera Economic Council, established higher impacts, as well as being more outcome-based with higher targets placed than that of last year.

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  19. Winger Jayaseelan wishes for major title with Felda UnitedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 21 | The Star Online

    Felda United's Christie Jayaseelan passes through two Selangor players Mohd Azrif Nasrulhaq and Muhd Nazmi Faiz during a Super League match in Jengka on April 8. - Bernama. Having won the Premier League title with PKNS FC in 2011 and Armed Forces in 2012, the 29-year-old winger is eyeing more prestigious titles like the Super League and Malaysia Cup.

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  20. MACC To Introduce Anti-graft Module In IPTsRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 20 | Malaysian National News Agency

    The Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission will collaborate with the Ministry of Higher Education to introduce anti-corruption modules to students in Higher Learning Institutions . Deputy Chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali said the move is a long-term effort to curb corruption by MACC with involvement from all levels of society.

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