KITKAT chocolatory launches Malaysian inspired flavours

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s leading chocolate confectionery brand, KITKAT and its flagship store KITKAT Chocolatory celebrates its third-year anniversary with the launch of Malaysian inspired flavours, in conjunction with Merdeka and Malaysia Day celebrations. During this season, KITKAT Chocolatory is introducing

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Indonesia seals off M’sian owned plantation in Riau over haze issue

The Indonesian authorities have sealed a plot of land in Riau, belonging to subsidiary of a Malaysian company, for allegedly being involved in forest fires that has caused haze across the region. According to CNN Indonesia, the Indonesian Environment and

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Immigration DG: Detention depots hold more than 9,000 detainees

PUTRAJAYA: There are 9,532 illegal immigrants held at 14 Immigration detention depots nationwide, said Immigration director-general Datuk Khairul Dzaimee Daud. Based on the figure, he said the government spends about RM3.5 million per month to feed the foreigners in the

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Lim: Sabah, Sarawak oil royalty promises stymied by legacy issues

PETALING JAYA: Legacy issues from the previous government are preventing the implementation of promises under the Pakatan Harapan manifesto, especially the proposed increased oil royalty for Sabah and Sarawak, said Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. “The previous government caused an

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Govt recovers over RM300k from Naza Auto Quest, Maran MP

KUALA LUMPUR: A sum of RM369,662 frozen from the bank accounts of Naza Quest Auto Sdn Bhd and Maran MP Datuk Seri Dr Ismail Abd Muttalib in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) investigation has been transferred to the government. The

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Don’t let India turn Kashmir into another Palestine

The Kashmir crisis is another Palestine in the making. There are all the tell-tale signs of the Kashmir crisis being an action of hatred by the right-wing extremist BJP government. Despite several other states enjoying special status such as in

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Studies show M’sian youths are tolerant

Just mention the names of people like badminton legend Lee Chong Wei, United Kingdom-based trainee surgeon Dr Nur Amalina Che Bakri and Asia’s Got Talent Season 3 runner-up Yaashwin Sarawanan (better known as the Human Calculator) and all Malaysians will

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Haze: 24 areas record unhealthy readings

KUALA LUMPUR: Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan recorded higher Air Pollutant Index (API) reading from moderate to unhealthy level which exceeds 101. Based on Malaysia Air Pollutant Index Management System (APIMS)

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‘Cosplay killer’ escapes gallows, gets 22 years’ jail time

PUTRAJAYA: A self-employed man dubbed the “cosplay killer”, escaped the gallows yesterday for the 2013 murder of his teenage girlfriend, whose remains he stuffed in a suitcase. Poon Wai Hong, 29, was sentenced to death by the High Court in

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Redzuan: SMEs needs to buck up with culture to succeed

KUALA LUMPUR: The small and medium enterprise sector needs to buck up with the culture to succeed and contribute up to 50 percent to the economy, said Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof. “Appreciating culture is not new.

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