NSTletters The issue of alcohol and gambling is gaining public attention because its negative impact is very significant in terms of health and stability of family institutions, work productivity, public safety, crime and economic burden.
LETTERS : The Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organisation (MAPIM) and the Malaysian Muslim Brotherhood Association (Salimah) will be organising a national Campaign 'Save Malaysian Families from Alcohol and Gambling '.
ERL launches RM1 special fare for all stops this weekend
KUALA LUMPUR: A special fare of only RM1 per ticket for the Express Rail Link (ERL) will run through the weekend.
PM: Agro-food sector improving by leaps and bounds thanks to sound policies | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: The contribution of the Agrofood sector to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has jumped by almost 100 per cent following the implementation of the National Agrofood Policy (NAP) in 2011.
MCCC urges probe into alleged sale of ranks, promotions in police force | New Straits TimesNSTnation Tan Sri Musa Hassan said allegations made by the account holder, 'edisi_siasatmy' over corruption and malpractice must be investigated to avoid further public criticism. MCCC Police Investigation Nak takut kenapa kalau benda betul. Hahaha. Mangkuk.
China battles new Covid outbreak with eye on Winter Olympics | New Straits TimesNSTworld Tens of thousands of people in northern China were under strict stay-at-home orders on Monday as authorities sought to stamp out a growing Covid outbreak in the run-up to the Beijing WinterOlympics.
Ab Aziz Ab Kadir is new LKTN chairman | New Straits TimesNSTnation Former Ketereh member of Parliament Ab Aziz Ab Kadir has been appointed the new chairman of the National Kenaf and Tobacco Board (NKTB), effective Oct 1.
No new EMCO today | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: There was no new Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO) imposed at any locality today.
Celcom's new family plan first in market to offer free unlimited data | New Straits TimesWith the new Celcom MEGA Family Plan, Celcom users can have up to six supplementary lines for RM40 per month each.