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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

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British conservationists work to restore acclaimed slavery painting

The painting is one of the first instances of a logo used for a political cause.

Baru Bian: Toll will be done away in stages

Works minister says abolition of motorcycle toll in Penang was proof government was serious about this.

No more bridge tolls for motorcyclists in Penang

Motorcyclists who commute to work either on the mainland or island are happy with the New Year gift from the new government.

Unjust for death row prisoners to serve 30 years in jail,...

Bukit Gelugor MP Ramkarpal Singh says these changes in the law will be meaningless to death row prisoners and many will die in prison.

Najib: Malaysia to suffer 4 ‘great blows’ without GST

Former prime minister warns consequences will affect future generations.

More time needed for toll removal, says EPF chief

CEO Shahril Ridza Ridzuan says government had other priorities in terms of monetary needs to be addressed at this time.

BTN to be abolished soon, says Syed Saddiq

The National Civics Bureau is said to have been used for indoctrination of racism and bigotry, and only served its political masters.

Lawyers looking into scrapping of communal land grants in Sabah

The Sabah state government says several approaches are being drafted to allow the people to have individual land grants.

PKR tells Najib to reveal all lopsided toll agreements

Wong Chen says the prime minister should do so and rectify them if he is really sincere about helping road users.

Brother of death-row inmate harbours hope to save him

Sum Ah Yoon says his younger brother deserves a second chance at life and family members need to see an end to their pain.

Be bold and abolish death penalty, government told

Human rights advocates urge that capital punishment be removed not just for drug trafficking offences, but for all crimes currently punishable by death.

Abolition of quit rent in Sarawak ‘great news’

Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developers’ Association says there will be no need now to worry about penalties, seizures or auctions.