Monthly Archives: November 2015

November 30

RON95 price down 10 sen to RM1.95/litre at midnight

Pump price of RON95 petrol will go down by 10 sen to RM1.95 per litre at midnight, while RON97 and diesel prices remain the same. Diesel costs RM1.90 per litre while RON97 is RM2.45 a litre. Read more:

November 30

Johor exco says won’t meet vape retailers after sultan’s decree

Despite the possibility of a blanket ban on the vaping industry in the state, the Johor government has no intention of engaging with vape retailers over the matter, said Johor Health and Environment exco Datuk Ayub Rahmat. This follows the sultan of Johor’s decree for a ban on the sale of vaporisers and fluids in […]

November 27

Rafidah hits out at narrow minds opposing wider use of English

Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz says one does not become less Malaysian by being fluent in English and other foreign languages. Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz says one does not become less Malaysian by being fluent in English and other foreign languages. Malaysians must not allow narrow perceptions under the guise of nationalism to come in the […]

November 24

NFCorp chairman completely acquitted and discharged of all criminal charges by sessions court

·      No misappropriation of loan, no Criminal Breach of Trust ·      RM250 million a commercial loan, not a grant from public funds ·      Loan installments paid on time ·      Property purchase made by NFCorp subsidiary company as an investment for NFCorp according to terms and conditions of the loan agreement, and not purchased by Datuk […]

November 22

Be more practical, master the English language!

Sarawak Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem defended his recent decision to make English the preferred official language of the state, saying he was only being realistic and that “as long as we are on the Earth, we must learn and master English”. “Be more practical! Don’t think you are living on the moon: you […]

November 17

Valuation report fails to observe prescribed standards, say lawyers for Mahmud in RM100 million ‘mutaah’ claim

Aim of ‘Mutaah” fulfilled as former wife provided with a bungalow, allowances and fleet of vehicles to begin a new life Valuation reports by independent advisor Ferrier Hodgson MH not credible Failed to observe Malaysian Valuation Standards RM1 billion assets exaggerated and unsubstantiated Off shore accounts claimed were forgeries, no evidence tendered in court RM100 […]

November 15

Malaysia needs TPPA to secure its future, says Mustapa

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is needed to safeguard the present and future interests of Malaysians. That was the message from Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed who today urged Malaysians to “think long and hard” before deciding to protest against the TPPA. Speaking at a briefing session at Putra World […]