No hints yet on Melaka exco

MELAKA: Newly-minted Chief Minister Datuk Seri Ab Rauf Yusof is keeping the list of his state executive council member line-up close to his chest, with the swearing-in ceremony expected to take place tomorrow. Read full story

T’gganu ECRL at 55% progress

KUALA TERENGGANU: The construction progress of the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) project in Terengganu has reached 55.21%, says Malaysia Railway Link Sdn Bhd. Read full story

Selling her own friend to organ black market

A WOMAN in Taiwan was charged in court for attempting to sell her primary school friend to organ traffickers in Cambodia for T$2mil (RM288,964), reported Sin Chew Daily. Read full story

Philippine lawmaker accused of organising governor’s murder

A PHILIPPINE lawmaker has been accused of organising the murder of a provincial governor last month, officials said today, after an investigation into one of the country’s deadliest political attacks in years. Gunmen wearing military-style uniforms shot and killed Roel Degamo, governor of the central province of Negros Oriental, and eight others in Degamo’s home. 

German watchdog sanctions auditor EY over Wirecard scandal

GERMANY’S audit watchdog today slapped heavy sanctions on accounting firm EY, which has come under scrutiny for failing to spot large-scale fraud at collapsed payments firm Wirecard.   The German branch of EY is banned for two years from taking on new auditing assignments for entities “of public interest”, including listed companies, watchdog Apas said in […]