All hands on deck for post-flood ops

PETALING JAYA: All government machinery has been asked to help in post-flood operations in Johor, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Read full story

Tour operators get support

KUALA LUMPUR: Tour operators and guides will be given licences for five years, an increase from the current three years. Read full story

Scammers in the slammer

BUTTERWORTH: Two men, part of an international online fraud syndicate, have been jailed six months each by the Sessions Court here. Read full story

‘Act for the elderly now’

PETALING JAYA: With Malaysia headed towards an aging nation by 2030, calls have been made for the Senior Citizens Bill to be brought forward from next year. Read full story

Hisyam Teh in basikal lajak case

PUTRAJAYA: Senior lawyer Datuk Hisyam Teh Poh Teik will be lead counsel for clerk Sam Ke Ting in her appeal against her conviction and sentence for reckless driving that killed eight cyclists on modified bicycles, commonly known as basikal lajak, in 2017. Read full story

Tempers flare during Lim’s trial

KUALA LUMPUR: A war of words erupted and the deputy public prosecutor was reprimanded for his behaviour during Lim Guan Eng’s Penang undersea tunnel corruption trial in the Sessions Court here yesterday. Read full story

Cyberthreats on the rise in M’sia

SEPANG: Cybersecurity threats in Malaysia have recently been increasing in terms of frequency and severity, says Deputy Communications and Digital Minister Teo Nie Ching. Read full story

Cheaper meals, better business

PETALING JAYA: It has been a win-win situation with Menu Rahmah, as the people get cheaper meals and traders get more business. Read full story