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Dilapidated schools in S'wak: Get the repairs done quick

COMMENT | Despite S'wak and federal gov't having entered funding negotiations over six months ago, there is no end in sight yet.  

by Francis Paul Siah
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Putrajaya withdraws two key bills

They are bills to amend the NSC Act 2016 and the constitution to lower the voting age.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Putrajaya tables new bill to impose departure levy

UPDATED 8.50PM | PARLIAMENT | The bill states the finance minister has the jurisdiction to fix the levy rate.

by Kow Gah Chie
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Rome Statute: Johor sultan thanks Putrajaya for listening to people's voice

Sultan Ibrahim says he will continue to defend the country's sovereignty and harmony of its people.

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Jho Low mocks Putrajaya over 'bargain-basement' sale price of Equanimity

The fugitive businessperson says yacht value 'trashed' for the sake of political rivalry.

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Brunei sultan, Mahathir hold annual talks in Putrajaya

The sultan is also scheduled to witness the signing of an MoU between the two countries on movement of prisoners.

by Bernama
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RM323m Socso land deal comes under Putrajaya scrutiny

Human Resources Ministry is reviewing the processes related to the deal, says report.

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Time to do away with federal territories

LETTER | Currently, KL-ites are deprived of state representatives or local councillors.

by Sharan Raj
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K'tan ready to face Putrajaya in court over Orang Asli issue

MB Ahmad Yakob says he is waiting for the official documents relating to the suit from AGC. 

by Bernama
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Putrajaya's underground tunnel to KLIA - Dr M jokes about escape plan

'Someone said there is a tunnel from the prime minister's residence to KLIA so that I can flee …'

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Fear and loathing in Putrajaya redux

COMMENT | There are elements within the bureaucracy who have decided to take sides.

by S Thayaparan
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Main roads in Putrajaya will be closed for National Day 2018

Road diversion and closure will start from 6am until event is over, says KL police chief. 

by Bernama
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Writing the wrongs of the ‘right’

COMMENT | 'The gov't still seems too riddled with potential for typical right-wing-style wrongs.'

by Dean Johns
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In historic move, DAP opens first Putrajaya branch

Members include former senior civil servants with 'Datuk Seri' titles, says Tan Kok Wai.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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Putrajaya says it again: Anti-Fake News Act will be repealed

The Malaysian envoy to UN says the process to do so has already begun.

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Photos: New ministers clock in for work

After getting sworn in, new ministers get down to business. 

by Malaysiakini Team
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