Monthly Archives: June 2015

June 20

No ‘balik kampung’ ads for TV3 this year, writes RockyBru

Proton hits back at TV3 “smear campaign”. So you won’t see any “balik kampung” Proton commercial in TV3 this year, no thanks to the television station’s mysterious series of unflattering reporting about the national car in the past week or so, writes RockyBru. I hear Proton spends quite a bit on TV3 – the benefit […]

June 18

No committal proceedings against Mahmud

The Kuala Lumpur Syariah Appeals Court today unanimously dismissed Shahnaz Abdul Majid’s appeal for committal proceedings against her former husband, Mahmud Abu Bekir Taib, the son of Sarawak governor Abdul Taib Mahmud. The decision was made by a three-member bench led by the Federal Territory Chief Syariah Court judge Mahammad Ibrahim. The other panel members […]

June 18

Hijacked Malaysian fuel tanker repainted and renamed, in Cambodian waters

 A fuel-laden Malaysian tanker that “disappeared” off the east coast of Johor last Thursday has been detected, repainted and renamed, in Cambodian waters, according to Chief of Navy Admiral Tan Sri Abdul Aziz Jaafar. The MT Orkim Harmony, carrying 6,000 tonnes of petrol valued at RM21 million, is being tailed from the air by aircraft […]

June 17

NFCorp and Salleh to sue Shamsulbahrin Ismail

National Feedlot Corporation Sdn Bhd (NFCorp) and its chairman Dr Mohamed Salleh Ismail today vowed to take legal action against former business consultant Shamsulbahrin Ismail in respect of what they described as ‘frivolous and malicious statements’ made by the latter at a recent news conference which were they claim were baseless and untenable. Shamsulbahrin had […]

June 15

The Crown Prince of Johor speaks

Of late, I just voiced out my opinion and a reminder that people who has been entrusted with the responsibility to not blame the people for losing trust and confidence in them, but think of why the people no longer have the confidence and trust in them. Apparently my gentle reminder has been met with […]

June 15

Durians, ours is the best in the world, says tourism official

Malaysian durians are the best and the king of fruits is free of artificial colouring, said tourism ministry deputy secretary-general Junaida Lee Abdullah today at the launch of a durian festival in Teluk Bahang. Nothing articial about King of Fruits says Junaida at Penang durian festival. She said the ministry, together with the agriculture ministry […]

June 14

Now an oil tanker with RON95 missing?

A Malaysian oil tanker carrying 6,000 tonnes of RON95 petrol has gone missing while sailing from Melaka to Kuantan port. Coastguard and Navy ships and helicopter carry out search in waters off Johor. The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) has deployed three vessels to search for the oil tanker which went missing last Thursday, at 30 […]