MALAYSIANS NOT ALLOWED TO RETURN FROM SINGAPORE, YET

THOSE employed across the Causeway would only be allowed to return, after the Singapore government certifies them free of the Covid-19 virus. “This was part of the agreement...

Recoveries remain positive closer home, Malaysian virus patient dies in Thailand

A Malaysian tour guide was among the three latest Covid-19 fatalities reported in Thailand, bringing the death toll in the kingdom to 46. Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) spokesman...

BEAUTY, COIFFEUR, OPTICIAL SHOWROOMS SHUTTERED

NO more confusion! It has been decided during the Movement Control Order duration; Barber shops, optical showrooms, hair and beauty salons, body and nail grooming parlours not be...

COMPLACENCY SHOULD NEVER REAR ITS UGLY HEAD

THE statistics may show a positive trend, yet Malaysians, especially decision makers, should remain steadfast and to act without fear or favour in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic...

COPS AND SOLDIERS TO ‘BATTLE STEALTH ENEMY’

ARMY boots have hit the ground, quarantine centres being prepared nationwide and frontline medical personnel pleading for proper personnel protection equipment. As the Movement Control Order entered its...

COVID-19 ENDS COMMUNITY PUBLICATIONS, SKYROCKETS NEWS PORTALS

AFTER 114 years, News Corp Australia will suspend publishing its New South Wales print edition the Manly Daily and 59 other community publications due to financial strain,...

REDUCED CONTACT NECESSARY TO CURB VIRUS SPREAD

THE pandemic situation in the country continues showing signs of improvement, as the number of patients who recovered Friday exceeded that of new positive cases. Ministry of Health director-general Datuk Seri Dr...

PLEDGES, DONATIONS POUR IN FOR NPC COVID-19 CAMPAIGN

IN a bid to assist the media fraternity combat Covid-19, the National Press Club of Malaysia (NPC) has initiated a campaign to raise funds through its Journalist...

IT AIN’T OVER TILL IT’S OVER

MOVEMENT control extended by another two weeks until April 28, as the nations’ battle against the Covid-19 pandemic is far from over. Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin urged Malaysians to remain...

VANGUARDS CONTINUE TO HELM NATIONAL PRESS CLUB

Datuk Ahiruddin Attan was returned unopposed as National Press Club president recently for a second term at the club's annual general meeting recently. The executive director for Petra...
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