The money had been allocated as scholarships for students in the state.
Former Ambank officer tells Najib Razak’s CBT trial that Jho Low had also told her to delete the chat logs on her phone.
His lawyer says the appeal is no longer relevant as the trial is already well into an advanced stage.
The High Court rules the civil court has no power to hear a case arising from a criminal matter.
The charges were related to CBT amounting to RM318,400 from the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) funds.
The team headed by Syed Hussein Alhabshee disputes claim the money was meant to develop an online business app
Finance ministry official tells Najib Razak trial that SRC International also failed to provide information about its account in a Swiss bank which it claimed had been ‘frozen’.
Finance ministry official Afidah Azwa Abdul Aziz says she had to merely rely on the information from SRC representatives in order to rush the application through for the Cabinet meeting.
Former deputy chief secretary (Cabinet) Mazidah Abdul Majid says this ‘conflict of interest’ was not brought up at the Cabinet meetings.
Accused faces three counts of misappropriating cash meant for the purchase of a condominium in Tanjung Tokong, Penang.
Singapore police praise assistance of their Malaysian counterparts for arrest of the suspect on Wednesday.
The judge says this is in light of her unreserved apology to the court.
The High Court hears that two firms which carried out work at Najib Razak’s house were among 15 recipients of money that the prosecution says can be traced back to SRC International.
High Court judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah has set Feb 3 to 7, Feb 10 to 14 and Feb 17 to 21, 2020 for hearing.
The former prime minister is facing seven charges related to SRC International.
His application to transfer the case from the Sessions Court to the High Court was allowed by by High Court judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan.
Hasanah Abdul Hamid’s case was transferred from the Sessions Court to the High Court at the request of the prosecution.
The application will be heard before High Court judge Collin Lawrence Sequerah on March 15.
The prosecution has no objection to the former Felda chairman's transfer application.
The former deputy prime minister now faces 47 charges of CBT, corruption and money laundering.
The prosecution says they are withdrawing the transfer bid to the High Court following objections from Hasanah Ab Hamid's legal team.
They say this is because the case involves national security issues.
The mother of five pleaded guilty to not crediting the daily collections into the company's accounts.
This time, it involves RM10 million he was entrusted with which he loaned to a company.