They face disciplinary action for going against orders not to visit such outlets.
He urges the opposition to respect the mandate given by the people who wanted Pakatan Harapan to govern the country.
More than 1,200 rural entrepreneurs have been trained to use the [email protected] portal to sell batik, handicraft and other products in the international market.
He says Loke Siew Fook's comments on opening up the airports market had caused the market to dump shares.
For men, it's the other way around, says graduate recruitment outfit Talentbank.
The education minister says all aspects, including engagement and employment, will be reviewed before an announcement is made.
It says it will continue to speak out on important national and global issues without fear or favor, in the interests of the country and its people.
Hoo Ke Ping tells Putrajaya to take into account economic factors that it cannot control.
Saifuddin Nasution Ismail says security of data on 2.9 million recipients has been tightened.
Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad says government to make 'detailed announcement'.
It says if the threat materialises, India will have to source its palm oil from Indonesia and would have to accept whatever price it sets.
PAS says this doesn't amount to the party showing support for the Tamil Tigers.
The congress says it will compile a list of its objections to be made public.
The education minister says any political material must go through the proper channels before being allowed to be distributed in schools.
The film's producers refuse to cut scene showing map of China's claim to South China Sea.
The prime minister's media adviser says bringing Umno back to its original moderate stance is the key to its survival.
Its representative to the country, Marianne Clark-Hattingh, says the right data in the right hands will see better decisions made, especially to protect children’s rights.
Serina Abdul Rahman of Singapore's ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute says rural communities are still unable to access the help they need to climb out of poverty.
RM600,000 threshhold price announced in Budget speech is only a guideline, says minister.
PPBM Youth leader says election teams should avoid staying at hotels or hostels but go to people's homes.
In comic book row, PPBM Youth hits out at 'rude' DAP statement, while Syed Saddiq repeats an insult against 'Superman' Hew.
The law will take its own course, says Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg.
The former Equanimity, bought by the Genting group, is listed at a yacht broker's site as also available for charter.
Many rural villagers still have difficulty seeking treatment at clinics and hospitals, says Sabah CM.