Tesla merchandise buyable using dogecoin, Musk says in tweet
(Reuters) - Tesla Inc merchandise can be bought using the digital currency dogecoin, the electric-car maker's Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said in a tweet on Friday.
Penny Wong engages with locals in KK's suburb town
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah-born Australian Foreign Minister Penny Wong spent part of her morning engaging with the community at a local hotspot in Luyang here on Thursday (June 30). Read more >>
After Tesla, are Europe's drivers ready to embrace Lucid? | Malay MailPARIS, Jan 14 ― While Tesla is beating sales records in Europe, a new American manufacturer specialising in all-electric vehicles has announced its upcoming arrival on the Old Continent. Lucid intends to export its very first model, the Air, this year. On paper, it's none other than the most...
Minister's electricity tariff 'won't burden people' excuse a cliché - Amanah repFaiz Fadzil says PAS minister merely adopting same reason previously used by Umno. Rakyat yg dia bagi tau tu adalah rakyat dlm Parlimen la Bro ... YOU ARE MADE TO PAY FOR ELECTRICITY WHEN YOU REALLY SHOULD BE PAID FOR USING ERRRS CLEAN ELECTRICITY. SOMETHING IS FISHY. USING 1MW OF ERPPS CLEAN ELECTRICTY FOR 1 YEAR,YOUR ENTITLEMENT IS MORE THAT $12 MILLION PER YEAR. Terms and Conditions apply. When taxpayers money is stopped from being used to pay your bills, you'll understand if it is burdensome
Three ex-convicts rearrested 5 months out of prison | The Malaysian InsightPolice believe group was responsible for series of break-ins across the Klang Valley.
Break-ins and thefts in PJ, Serdang and Ampang: Cops rearrest three ex-convicts five months after serving their sentences, says district police chief | Malay MailPETALING JAYA, Jan 12 — Five months after serving their prison sentences, a group of three men were rearrested by the police, believed to be involved in break-ins and thefts around Petaling Jaya, Serdang and Ampang. Petaling Jaya district police chief, ACP Mohamad Fakhrudin Abdul Hamid said the...
Three former Poca detainees arrested over string of house break-insPETALING JAYA: Three men who were released from detention under the Prevention of Crime Act (Poca) about six months ago have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a string of house break-ins.