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Up to RM50,000 interest-free loan for hawkers, petty traders

Up to RM50,000 interest-free loan for hawkers, petty traders

Vendors and frivolous dealers would now be able to apply for up to RM50,000 in without interest advances. This goes under a RM48.52 million microfinancing plan declared by Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob today. In his discourse at the Hawkers and Petty Traders Day festivity today, Ismail said the shariah-agreeable …

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Sabah to get more revenue, bigger say on oil and gas

Sabah to get more revenue, bigger say on oil and gas

Sabah will get higher income and have a greater say on issues relating to its oil and gas industry following fruitful discussions including the state, national government and Petronas. Boss clergyman Hajiji Noor, while postponing the state Budget 2022 today, declared that the three gatherings had effectively finished up exchanges …

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Only 8 countries excluded from Langkawi travel bubble, clarifies DG

Just explorers from eight African nations are not permitted in under the Langkawi travel bubble, the wellbeing service said today. The service was explaining an assertion yesterday when it gave a prohibition on voyagers from 26 nations from joining the Langkawi travel bubble. The 26 nations were recognized as having …

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Abang Jo moves to Gedong, leaving Satok after 40 years

Following 40 years as Satok assemblyman, boss pastor Abang Johari Openg is continuing on. He will challenge the Gedong state seat at the forthcoming decisions. Abang Johari previously turned into the Satok assemblyman in the wake of winning a by-political decision in 1981 after the acquiescence of Abang Abu Bakar …

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Cyberjaya school closed as number of Covid-19 cases hits 143

Cyberjaya school closed as number of Covid-19 cases hits 143

The wellbeing service has requested Sekolah Seri Puteri in Cyberjaya to close briefly as more Covid-19 cases were distinguished including educators, understudies, and staff. A sum of 143 contaminations have been distinguished, which incorporates 114 understudies, 19 educators, and 10 staff, with a disease pace of 14.7%, wellbeing chief general …

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Zii Jia makes it to semis of World Tour Finals

Zii Jia makes it to semis of World Tour Finals

Public men’s singles expert, Lee Zii Jia, closed his Group B match in the Badminton World Federation World Tour Finals 2021 with one more win, beating India’s K Srikanth in Bali, Indonesia. The world number eight kept up with his 100% winning record in the competition after he cleared past …

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Omicron patient now free of Covid-19, says DG

The aftereffect of a second Covid-19 trial of a South African understudy, who is the nation’s record Omicron variation case, has brought negative back. Malaysia reported its first sure instance of the Omicron variation recently, with wellbeing pastor Khairy Jamaluddin expressing that the record case was identified from an example …

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Health ministry reports 17 new Covid-19 deaths

Health ministry reports 17 new Covid-19 deaths

The wellbeing service revealed 17 Covid-19 passings yesterday, as indicated by its GitHub data set. Of the aggregate, four were delegated gotten dead (BID). The loss of life presently remains at 30,538. The vast majority of the fatalities were recorded in Selangor with three passings, trailed by Kuala Lumpur (2), …

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How will new Sarawak airline be useful, asks expert

How will new Sarawak airline be useful, asks expert

A vehicle master has censured what he considers to be a hurried choice by the Sarawak government to declare the dispatch of an aircraft and the development of an air terminal in Bebuling. Transport arranging specialist Rosli Azad Khan said boss pastor Abang Johari Openg ought to have first talked …

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