Monthly Archives: July 2006

Assemblymen wears RM4,000 outfit

Chong (DAP – Kota Sentosa) tried to seek clarification from Speaker Datuk Mohd Asfia Awang Nasar  whether the ceremonial outfit for the House was paid for by assemblymen themselves or the government. The full outfit reportedly costs RM4,000 and none of

Posted in jijik, parliament, Uncategorized

Fewer cops on the take

The Anti-Corruption Agency investigated fewer police officers and other ranks last year than in the previous two years, the Dewan Negara heard. The slogan, I Hate Corruption, introduced by the police last year had contributed to the decline, said Internal Security

Posted in kosong, police, Uncategorized

Badawi lashes out at Musa for destroying environment

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi lashed out at Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman for going ahead with the RM4.5mil clubhouse project at Pulau Sipadan despite his objection. “I was very angry with Musa. I told him not to

Posted in badawi, bernas, Uncategorized

Adnan says not realistic for Malaysia to have woman prime minister

It may be quite a while yet before Malaysia has a woman prime minister. That was the opinion of Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob, who felt that the country was not ready for a female premier. He said while

Posted in kosong, umno

MCA blasts Distributive Trade guidelines

The MCA Youth Economic Bureau has hit out against the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry’s proposed trade guidelines that will affect some 400 types of retail businesses. Describing some of the requirements of the guidelines as “ludicrous”, the bureau’s

Posted in bernas, mca

MPAJ solves 90% of complaints

THERE were 142 complaints received during the Public Problems Inventory Dialogue at Menara MPAJ on July 20. Dr Khir said there were a number of complaints involving poor drainage systems and potholes, which would cost millions of ringgit to upgrade

Posted in khir toyo, kosong

Pulic Transport glitch

Hundreds of commuters were stranded when the Putra LRT stopped due to a computer glitch along the Kelana Jaya line. At least four trains came to a halt between stations when the system broke down at 6.16pm yesterday. The most

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