Viral video: Catering cart out of control, almost hits plane

A video that shows a catering cart losing control and almost hitting an airplane at the Chicago airport has gone viral. Twitter is going crazy. A video of a catering cart losing control on the tarmac near an airplane at

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Boeing to improve product, services safety after 737 MAX crashes

SAN FRANCISCO: US top aircraft manufacturer Boeing Company (Boeing) said Monday it is taking enhanced measures including the creation of a new unit to elevate its safety focus upon recommendations by its board of directors, reported Xinhua news agency. Boeing

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EU Film fest 2019 to screen 19 award-winning films

KUALA LUMPUR: The European Union Film Festival (EUFF), which enters its 20th year this year, is back to enthral Malaysian movie fans with 19 award-winning films from across Europe. The EUFF will take place at Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) Mid

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North Korea, US agree to resume nuke talks on Oct 5

SEOUL: North Korea and the United States (US) agreed to resume their working-level nuclear talks this week, Pyongyang’s state media reported Tuesday, citing a statement from a senior diplomat. First Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui said that Washington and

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Kampung Baru: 90 per cent landowners agree with govt offer

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 — Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad said Kampung Bharu Development Corporation (PKB) has received about 700 to 800 forms from Kampung Baru residents on redeveloping the area. He said from the total number of forms

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NUTP: Teachers are coerced into becoming wardens

KUALA LUMPUR: National Union of Teaching Profession (NUTP) president Aminuddin Awang claimed there were teachers ‘coerced’ to become full-time school wardens by the principals. He said not only would this increase the burden of a teacher’s job, the additional scope

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Former SSM CEO, son to be charged for corruption

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM) CEO Datuk Zahrah Abd Wahad Fenner will be brought to the sessions court here today to face several corruption charges. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), in a statement today, said Zahrah will be

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Mohamaddin: E-visa for Malaysian tourists to Saudi Arabia

KUALA LUMPUR: The Saudi Arabia government is now offering a one-year e-visa (electronic visa) for Malaysians wishing to travel to the country beginning this month, according to Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi. He said prior to this, the

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Zuraida: New policy to strengthen plastics industry

SUBANG JAYA: The Housing and Local Government Ministry is considering introducing a new policy to strengthen the country’s plastics industry, including more comprehensive guidelines on import and recycling of plastic materials. Minister, Zuraida Kamaruddin said the ministry is currently studying

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Nestle Malaysia launches sustainable coffee farming initiative for local farmers

Nestlé is the world’s largest coffee producer and worldwide demand for the beverage continues to grow. The company’s businesses are focussed on ensuring that everyone can enjoy a sustainable and good quality cup of coffee everyday. With that in mind,

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