Stories By Melissa Goh
121 Jan 2015 Wed
The Federal Court bench dismissed an application to review an earlier decision to not grant leave for appeal from the Catholic Church.
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Speaking at a special address in Putrajaya on Tuesday (Jan 20), Prime Minister Najib Razak said the Malaysian economy will grow between 4.5% to 5.5%, down from the 5% to 6% projected earlier.
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In the wake of a Malaysian ban for suspicion of being tainted with the Listeriosis bacteria, consumers, and even sellers, are unable to differentiate Granny Smith and Gala smith apples from other types and brands of the fruit.
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Given the sharp fall in global oil prices, many analysts say the Malaysian government has no choice but to revamp the budget if it wants to steer the country through choppy economic waters.
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An analyst has said falling oil prices may affect Malaysia Airlines' restructuring efforts.
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Malaysia's home ministry has threatened to sue Australia if it does not extradite former policeman Siruh Azhar back home to face the death penalty for murdering Mongolian part-time model Altantuya Shaariibuu nine years ago.
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With Malaysia emerging from its worst floods in decades, the government has its work cut out to restore thousands of destroyed homes and the damaged infrastructure in the eastern coastal states.
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Residents and relief workers have blamed disaster tourists for blocking roads and hampering relief efforts.
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Meanwhile the massive clean-up effort underway following the recent flooding is quickly proving that money alone is not going to be enough.
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The northern Malaysian state of Kelantan is racing to get schools up-and-running for the start of the new term, which was postponed due to heavy flooding.