Boost comes as China and US engage in dialogue again.
Sarawak health ministry says cases of asthma, conjunctivitis has increased and advises high-risk people to take precautions.
Health ministry is monitoring diseases such as asthma, eye and respiratory infections which can result from exposure to the haze.
The water, land and natural resources minister says the increased tariffs may be announced by year-end.
Population numbers of tigers in India have risen steadily since falling to its lowest-recorded figure of 1,411 in 2006.
They claim they will have to sustain losses due to 3-day notice as contracts are usually signed 2-3 months earlier.
Deposits doubled to RM790 million in the National Education Savings Scheme (SSPN) in the second half of last year.
Foreign investors intend to pump in RM80.5 billion across all sectors.
The country's largest manufacturers' group says it will help investigate concerns highlighted by members.
Minister Xavier Jayakumar says the matter is being discussed by the individual state governments.
A chamber of commerce and others say the government should also consider the impact of any decision it makes on business sentiments and the free market economy.
Transparency International Malaysia says considering the country’s current economic condition, the increase is a fair one while C4 says MACC must be made “fearlessly independent”.
At present, there are only 30 to 40 cardiologists in government hospitals.
Former prime minister says in the past, Lim Guan Eng criticised GST as cause of rising prices but now attributes multiple factors for price hikes.
The Malaysian Trades Union Congress says the increase of RM50 for the peninsula and RM130 for Sabah and Sarawak is a 'pittance'.
This is because, business operators say, they have yet to get the new price list of goods from suppliers.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that capital outflow has increased and the ringgit and stock market are not doing well as the government has not come up with new economic policies that inspire confidence.
Menteri Besar Osman Sapian says the new price is likely to be the same as the raw water price set for the Melaka government that is 50 sen for every 1,000 gallons.
Cheapest rate is RM320, from the previous RM200 per person.
Revenue increased to RM426.9 million compared to RM362.6 million in 2016.
The Minimum Wage Amendment Act, or "Initiative 77" as the ballot measure is known, has divided restaurant employees and owners and sparking a heated debate in Washington.
This is due to the growth in retail fuel prices, the rating agency says.
China has agreed to increase the amount of goods and services purchased from the US but made no mentioned to the 200 billion dollars the US announced.
Najib describes this claim as a 'big lie' by opposition.