WHO: THE WORST IS YET TO COME

AFTER 2.4 million infections and more than 170,000 deaths reported worldwide, governments and their citizens are warned to brace for a health calamity in the wake of...

NPC: COLLECTIVE EFFORT NEEDED TO MAKE FACEBOOK, GOOGLE PAY FOR NEWS CONTENT

AUSTRALIA’s move to get tech companies to pay for news content on its platforms has sparked interest among media practitioners in Malaysia. However, the National Press Club of...

“FD says goodbye after 13 years”

AFTER 13 years, The Edge Financial Daily has ceased its print edition Tuesday today, to turn its full attention on its digital platform. Launched on May 22, 2007, the...

COVID-19 SITUATION IN ASEAN

THE regional ASEAN coalition member countries has reported more than 28,000 Covid-19 cases, with deaths reported to exceed 1,100. On Monday, Malaysia did not report any deaths and...

“SILA DUDUK, JANGAN LARI…”

STAY HOME, spend time with family and don’t breach the lockdown imposed! And this came from none other than Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob when concluding his media...

BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY

STATISTICS continue to show a positive trend of the pandemic virus infected patients recovery and returning home, yet officials would still prefer to err on the side...

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...

NEW CEO FOR BERNAMA

  THE incoming Chief Executive Officer of national news agency Bernama would be an individual who would continue to ensure the media brand would remain relevant and credible. Several...

MORE RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS, STUDENTS COME UNDER HEALTH SCRUTINY

TAHFIZ and madrasahs (religious schools) nationwide are under health scrutiny as medical personnel continue efforts to break the chain of the Covid-19 pandemic virus spread. This ongoing screening...

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...
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