The health ministry says 70% of the cases were reported in urban areas.
MACC chief commissioner Latheefa Koya says cases involving VIPs are on the high priority list.
The state records 2,030 cases from January to July 13 compared with 518 in the same period last year.
This is double the number of cases for the same period last year.
He confirms report lodged by Najib’s aide and that investigations would be conducted according to normal procedures.
The economic affairs minister, however, says the rule of law has to be observed to ensure they are not freed by the court later due to a weak case.
Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad is to table three reports related to the health ministry, including on raising consultation fees at private clinics and recent claims of sexual harassment involving housemen.
Health minister says 539 premises closed throughout the country as a result.
A total of 32 places remain closed, comprising primary schools, nurseries, kindergartens, childcare centres and preschool facilities.
The state Health Department says 23 premises remain closed as of July 15.
Newly-appointed Chief Justice Richard Malanjum however wants lawyers to give good reasons for seeking adjournments, says George Varughese.
Penang health exco says some parents find it tough to care for their sick children at home because of work commitments.
State health exco Dr Afif Bahardin says the number of cases as of July 10 stands at 1,679.
State health exco member Dr Afif Bahardin says the number of cases as of July 4 was 1,555, compared with 1,050 during the same period last year.
High Court sentences man, on appeal, to 40 years in jail on two charges of sodomising and raping his teenage daughter, and fixes another day for mention of the remaining 621 convictions.
Geshina Ayu Mat Saat says it is likely that bullying takes place out of CCTV coverage as bullies would know the camera locations.
Two Singaporean Airbnb hosts who pleaded guilty in court to unauthorised short-term letting were fined a total of S$60,000 each on Tuesday, in the first such cases under the city-state's rules on short-term property letting introduced last year.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop urges Malaysia Airlines to meet its obligations under the Montreal Convention in relation to compensation in a timely manner.
Death toll from AIDS also records decrease of 31% with 911 cases in 2016 compared with 1,321 cases in 2006.
Lawyers for Liberty's Eric Paulsen highlights past cases that did not lead to guilty verdicts.
The five most common among males were cancers of the colorectum, lung, nasopharynx, lymphoma and prostate .
However, daily observation of cases reported from March 22 until yesterday shows there were no cases of heat stroke and a drop in the number of cases for heat cramps and heat exhaustion.