We Should Support GPS Tiong To Sack Ammar Who Doesn’t Perform – Dares To Demote Untouchable Tourism Malaysia DG
With 35 years experience under his belt in the public service, Dr Ammar Abdul Ghapar was one of Malaysia’s 1.7 million lucky bloated civil servants.
An environmental activism group named after a Swiss man who vanished in Sarawak in 2005 during a mission to defend an indigenous tribe from loggers
Japan and the United Kingdom slipped into technical recessions (at least two successive quarters of GDP contraction) during the September-December quarter of 2023. Recessions in
Southeast Asia’s tallest flagpole is at half-mast and two days of mourning have been announced, as Malaysia’s top brass gather in a final admission that
Ringgit Is The Worst Currency In The Southeast Asia – Foreign Exchange Market Has Lost Confidence In The Malaysian Government
Meaning the Malaysian Ringgit is hitting its 26-year low today largely because the US$7.5 trillion daily-foreign-exchange-market has increasingly lost confidence in the Malaysian government. Make no mistake
Raziah’s Bomoh Bewitched Taib With Raghad & Black Magic To Control All The Contracts & Land Handed Out
Out of all the astonishing secrets that are now beginning to emerge during the dying days of Taib Mahmud’s regime, one of the most bizarre
Raghad Falsified Tun Taib First Wife Shares Worth Billions That Were Meant To Be Passed Down To Her Children
Uncertainty over the current whereabouts of Sarawak’s ailing former leader Taib Mahmud represents the latest twist in a feud between his blood relatives and current
MALAYSIA saw a 50% increase in tourists from China during Chinese New Year and tour operators estimated that they have spent between RM1bil and RM1.5bil
The health ministry will consider providing designated smoking areas outside dining premises, especially for those located in tight spaces, health minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said today.
Malaysia Can No Longer Keep Up With Pensions Any Longer – 936000 Retires In Year 2024 & Will Continue To Grow Further
As the country’s population ages, there are concerns whether Malaysia can keep up with its pension payment obligations to government retirees. Presently, the federal government’s