Pet lovers won’t compromise on food for furry friends

PET lovers are not planning to compromise on quality food for their furry companions despite an increase in pet food prices. They said in spite of a hike of 15% or more in prices, they will continue to splurge on their pets.

SPCA struggles to shelter animals as costs spike

THE Selangor Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is finding it hard to shelter more animals with the current increase in pet food prices as they are also facing other issues affecting their operations.  The society said apart from feeding dogs and cats, it is also burdened with other costs such as veterinary […]

Man Utd beat Brighton on penalties to reach FA Cup final

MANCHESTER United beat Brighton on penalties at Wembley yesterday to set up an FA Cup final against treble-chasing Manchester City after the match finished goalless. Victor Lindelof scored the decisive spot-kick as Erik ten Hag’s team won 7-6, following a miss by Solly March, staying on course for a domestic cup double.

File and pay taxes, gig workers told

PETALING JAYA: As the tax submission deadline approaches, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is calling on gig workers to file their taxes. Read full story

With no way out, mat rempit surrender

KULAI: After hiding at an oil palm plantation for six hours, a group of mat rempit finally gave in and surrendered themselves to the police due to hunger and the fear of missing out on Hari Raya Aidilfitri. Read full story

Toward protecting scam victims

PUTRAJAYA: Laws that can be used or amended to enable fraud money to be returned to victims are being looked at by the government in order to stem the effects of online scams on Malaysians, says the National Anti-Financial Crime Centre (NFCC). Read full story