NSTletters As we have seen the ravages caused by the Covid19 pandemic, not just to the lives of the rakyat but also economically, we need to be cautious with how assistance is provided to lift the rakyat out of this crisis.
One of the efforts include providing an interest-free exemption for bank loan moratoriums for the bottom 50 per cent of Malaysians, for the last three months of 2021.
Dirty factories: Two Penang food manufacturers shut down for two weeks
BUTTERWORTH: A tofu factory and a shrimp paste manufacturer have been ordered to close down for two weeks due to unhygienic conditions at their factories.
Soon Huat-Shevon happy to give up their spot to young players | New Straits TimesNSTsports The BAM picked World No 27 Hoo Pang Ron-Cheah Yee See and World No 49 Chen Tang Jie-Peck Yen Wei for the Sudirman Cup as they look to groom their young players for the 2024 Paris Olympics. SudirmanCup
Bung Moktar: Give recognition to Sabah PWD to implement federal projects | New Straits TimesNSTnation Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin said the recognition will put the state PWD on par with its federal counterpart, where it will have the authority to implement federal projects in Sabah. Sabah Recognition BungMoktar
Flashback #Star50: New efforts to give new lifeIt was an exclusive story published on Nov 7, 2019 about the long list of people waiting for donor organs and how the government was revamping the way organ and tissue procurement services were being run.
Helping SMEs embrace frugal innovationLocal SMEs are getting a boost thanks the Frugal Innovation, a new initiative under the SIRIM-Fraunhofer programme to develop their ideas into frugal products that can adapt to the changes in a post-COVID-19 market. sirim fraunhofer frugalinnovation
Govt to channel RM500mil aid to SMEs from Sept 21, says PMPETALING JAYA: The government will channel a total of RM500mil to help small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through the Prihatin Special Grant (GKP) 4.0 beginning Sept 21, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.
Bruce says won't give up the fight at Newcastle | Malay MailLONDON, Sept 17 ― Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce said it is not in his nature to walk away from a fight and that while he is frustrated by the team's poor start to the season he is determined to right the ship and safeguard their place in the Premier League. Newcastle are yet to win a game...