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Why file complaints to MACC now and not back then?

Some new airline owners struggled to get approval of the the AOC & ASL licenses unless they pay some under table money.

1MDB: Najib last to be charged

Independent political analyst, Abdul Hamid Yeop Zainuddin shared his opinion on the 1MDB investigation and Najib Razak based on the findings of a book written by Ibuyati

BNM is in a sweet spot

After four quarters of expansion that beat expectations, Governor Muhammad Ibrahim said in August that “when economic growth is entrenched, and if inflation is essentially benign, it gives Bank Negara a bit more flexibility in terms of policy.”

MOE approves transfer of 2,261 `dua lara; teachers

Its minister, Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid said the approval was for the period between January and June this year with a total of 1,421 teachers placed in primary schools,while 840 teachers at secondary schools, across the country.

US teen dies of caffeine overdose

Davis Allen Cripe died on April 26 from a "caffeine-induced cardiac event causing a probable arrhythmia," the Richland County coroner's office in the southern US state wrote in a statement.

Pop star Katy Perry to join ABC’s ‘American Idol’ reboot

Perry, 32, is the first major name to come aboard the reboot of the show, which was canceled by Fox Broadcasting last year after 15 seasons amid declining viewership ratings. The new "American Idol" will air in 2018.

Canada’s Bell says it ignored hackers payment demands, some info leaked

The company publicly disclosed the breach late on Monday, saying it exposed about 1.9 million customer email addresses and some 1,700 names and active phone numbers.

Sanchez keeps Arsenal in race, City all but there

Sanchez scored two late close-range goals to earn Arsenal a 2-0 home victory over relegated Sunderland, while Kevin De Bruyne starred as City comfortably defeated West Brom 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium.

Pulau Batu Puteh: Singapore to reply Malaysia’s bid by June 14

Malaysia''s Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali said once the application was received, a team of international and local experts led by him, "will see what it is" and respond to the matter accordingly.

The global cyberattack: everything you need to know

Computer experts are warning of a further wave of ransomware attacks when people turn on their computers on Monday morning. Here's what you ought to know: