Monthly Archives: January 2015

January 31

New pump prices: Ron95 at RM1.70

The Government announced a revision of retail petrol prices with effect from Feb 1. The new price per litre for Ron95 is RM1.70 (from RM1.91), Ron97 at RM2 (RM2.11) and diesel at RM1.70 (RM1.93). This follows the Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry’s decision to set the market price of Ron 95 and diesel based […]

January 31

Eligible MH370 next-of-kin to get SOCSO payment

The Social Security Organisation (Perkeso) will start processing payments to the next-of-kin of 12 crew members and nine Freescale Semiconductor Malaysia Sdn Bhd staff who were on board Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight MH370, based on their eligibility. Human Resource Minister Richard Riot Jaem said under the Perkeso scheme, the next-of-kin will receive RM1,500 as funeral […]

January 27

Indonesian military stops search and recovery for remains of AirAsia QZ8501

Rope snaps in attempt to raise AirAsia fuselage 03:14 Story highlights The military chief orders teams to pull out of the wreckage area “We are really disappointed,” a family member of people on the flight says Indonesia’s search and rescue agency will continue looking for bodies Jakarta, Indonesia (CNN)The Indonesian military said Tuesday that it […]

January 26

Malaysia Airlines website hacked

Malaysia Airlines’ website has been hacked by a group calling itself the Cyber Caliphate. The group appears to align itself with with the Islamic State (also known as Islamic State of Iraq and Syria). A KiniBiz report says – Its homepage opened up to a full screen picture from the hackers. It showed a Malaysia […]

January 25

Sue them, Zaid rallies highway protestors

Former law minister Zaid Ibrahim told a 400-strong crowd today to take legal action against the developers of the proposed Kidex and Dash highways to stop the two projects which face stiff opposition from unhappy residents. At a protest rally in Dataran Petaling Jaya today, Zaid said: “Let’s take them to court. We have to […]

January 25

Malay Mail is anti Islam, says lawyer

Let’s call a spade a spade: MM is anti Islam. Lawyer Lukhman Sheriff Alias tells us on his Facebook page. The evidence is incriminating. Someone posted a dated Malay Mail article on his FB this morning. The title of the article is “In Friday sermon, Jakim warns Muslims against ‘tricks and agenda’ in K-entertainment.” See […]

January 24

EPF Withdrawal For Members Affected By Flooding

Following the recent flooding situation, the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) wishes to inform that members whose homes have been affected by the floods are allowed to withdraw their EPF savings from Account 2 to purchase or rebuild their homes. Members have the option to make EPF Housing Withdrawals according to the Fund’s current procedures. Those […]