SPONSORSHIPS GIVE BERNAMA FC SHOT IN THE ARM AHEAD OF TWO TOURNEYS

KUALA LUMPUR, The Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) FC received a timely boost ahead of two tournaments when Klinik Syifa 24 Jam extended its sponsorship for a second year.

Bernama FC also received sponsorships from two companies which print a…

MH17: 80-YEAR-OLD GRANPA AND A BACKPACK WITH MAS FLIGHT NUMBER TAG

VIJFHUIZEN (The Netherlands), An eighty-year-old man, who was spotted holding a blue backpack, which had the Malaysia Airlines (MAS) flight number tagged on it, had revealed the sentimental value of the backpack.

Anton Kotte who carried the backpack …

HRD CORP CEO GOES ON LEAVE PENDING MACC INVESTIGATION

KUALA LUMPUR, Human Resource Development Corporation Bhd (HRD Corp) chief executive officer Datuk Shahul Hameed Dawood has offered to take temporary leave to facilitate an investigation by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

In a stateme…

RESTAURANT SUPERVISOR PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO DUI

JOHOR BAHRU, A restaurant supervisor pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to driving under the influence of alcohol to the extent of causing injury to a traffic policeman on duty last Sunday.

Ng Wee Long, 34, made the plea after th…

SCOOT INTRODUCES DAILY FLIGHTS TO SUBANG FROM SEPT 1

SINGAPORE, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost carrier Scoot has launched daily flights to Subang effective Sept 1, providing travellers with an alternative option to conveniently travel between the republic and Kuala Lumpur.

The airline will operate the Si…

AV ACCESS UNVEILS REVOLUTIONARY ESHARE W80 WIRELESS CONFERENCING SYSTEM AT INFOCOMM ASIA 2024 IN THAILAND

BANGKOK, AV Access, a leading provider of Pro AV and AV over IP solutions, is excited to announce its participation in InfoComm Asia 2024, one of the region’s most prominent technology exhibitions. The event is being held from July 17 to July 19 at th…

SIX BUSINESSMEN FINED FOR OFFERING BRIBES TO DBKL ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

KUALA LUMPUR, Six businessmen, including a foreigner, were fined between RM6,000 and RM10,000 by the Sessions Court here today after pleading guilty to offering bribes to a Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) officer in 2022 and 2023.

The six were charged …