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Federal village community management councils to be set up

PARLIAMENT | They'll first be set up in five opposition-ruled states to channel info on federal policies, says Sivarasa. 

by M Fakhrull Halim
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Gov't targets to plant 100m trees in five years

PARLIAMENT | RM150 million has been allocated to plant, monitor and care for the trees under the 11th Malaysia Plan.

by Bernama
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Opposition lawmakers file motion to debate new campaign permit conditions

TG PIAI POLLS | The police requires candidates in the Tg Piai by-election to apply for a police permit for door-to-door campaigning.

by Geraldine Tong
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Ministers told to drum up palm oil sales abroad, not Tg Piai votes

Even if we drink (palm oil) a bottle a day, we would not solve this palm oil issue, says Shahidan

by M Fakhrull Halim
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Over 250 cops nabbed for drug abuse since Hamid became IGP

PARLIAMENT | Home Affairs Ministry will consider rewarding officers who inform on wrongdoing in the force - deputy minister.

by M Fakhrull Halim
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Deputy minister falls ill in Dewan Rakyat

He slumped in his seat while Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Raja Kamarul Bahrin Raja Ahmad was addressing the house.

by M Fakrull Halim, Fion Yap
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Replace Sedition Act with law that cannot be abused, Harapan MP urges

PARLIAMENT | Harapan promised in our manifesto that oppressive acts which were abused shouldn't be used, says RSN Rayer.

by Geraldine Tong
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Calculated move for second Samurai bond, says deputy finance minister

Amiruddin: Government considers forex rate, financing cost before finalising loans.        

by Bernama
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Bond issuance carefully planned - deputy minister

PARLIAMENT | He says the gov't is also redeeming bonds at the same time.

by Geraldine Tong
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MACC opened one investigation paper on Defence Ministry land swap deals

PARLIAMENT | The 16 land swap deals had caused the Defence Ministry to suffer a loss of RM515.21 million.

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No need to worry about India's potential palm oil ban - Teresa

PARLIAMENT | The minister said that India never officially said it would boycott Malaysian palm oil.

by Kow Gah Chie
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Felda settlers reminisce good times with BN at protest

Teresa Kok, however, is puzzled as to why a protest is being held when the price of palm oil is rising.

by Fion Yap
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Ex-minister, two former deputies accused of pocketing Sedic funds

PARLIAMENT | UPDATED | 3.30PM | Waythamoorty says MACC is still investigating the alleged misappropriation of funds meant for the Indian community.

by Kow Gah Chie
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Takiyuddin: Shameful for speaker to remove MP's microphone

PARLIAMENT | The microphone was removed from the table of Pasir Salak MP Tajuddin Abdul Rahman, who had been suspended from the House.

by Kow Gah Chie
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Gov't to allow more bauxite mines if new SOP works

PARLIAMENT | The Pahang gov't is testing the effectiveness of new SOP in existing bauxite mines, says natural resources minister.

by Kow Gah Chie, Fion Yap
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MP to raise alleged torture of LTTE-linked accused in Parliament

Khoo Poay Tiong urges minister to provide explanation in order to prevent further damage to police force's integrity.

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