They face disciplinary action for going against orders not to visit such outlets.
Top maker of components for 5G networks says it’s continuing to invest in the sub-continent
Chung Ng Wai’s ban reduced from a year to 6 months.
The nation-wide ban will make smoking cigarettes in eateries a thing of the past.
A male university student and a 38-year-old woman were the first two people to be charged.
A senior judge dismisses the injunction demand.
Solve the problem before it gets out of hand, urges CAP acting president Mohideen Abdul Kader.
The former federal minister says the spate of kidnappings recently in waters off Lahad Datu is sufficient proof that the state government should reimpose the ban.
Athletics body IAAF extend ban with investigation ongoing on anti-doping data manipulation.
New York will formally ban flavoured e-cigarettes during an emergency meeting of the state's Public Health and Health Planning Council this week.
MTUC says the whole foreign worker intake system is messed up and only a RCI will be able to identify the abuses and recommend remedial measures.
The Galen Centre for Health and Social Policy cites reports of deaths and lung-related illness in the US.
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says there is no reason Malaysia should allow anti-palm oil items to be available on the shelves of supermarkets.
Rival e-commerce firms Rakuten Inc and Mercari Inc banned ivory sales two years ago.
Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams 6-2, 6-4 in the 2018 US Open final but was booed during the awards ceremony.
First-time offenders would face a prison term of up to one year and a fine of 100,000 rupees.
FIFA's Ethics Committee found Samson Siasia guilty of having accepted that he would receive bribes in relation to the manipulation of matches in violation of the FIFA Code of Ethics.
Sharjeel Khan met with Pakistan Cricket Board anti-corruption officials who directed him to undergo a rehabilitation programme, putting him on track to return to the sport.
Religious Affairs Committee chairman Ismail Salleh says harmony is the state's priority.
The Perlis mufti backs a petition launched by PPBM Youth and also accuses Dong Zong of being racist.
A poster war creates a lot of problems and requires huge expenses, says Electoral Reform Committee chairman Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman.
The controversial Islamic preacher has been in the state’s banned list since Adenan Satem was Sarawak chief minister.
UPDATED But the prime minister stops short of agreeing to a petition calling for the Chinese interest group to be banned.
The announcement follows two years of consultations with non-government groups, ivory retailers and the public.