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Mara denies reducing financial allocation for overseas students

It says RM2 billion allocation for the 2019 education loan programme was the same as in previous years.

Make registration a must for Malaysians wishing to work abroad, says...

Human rights NGO says Putrajaya should learn from the Philippines, whose citizens follow a fixed protocol before migrating for labour purposes.

Bumiputera entrepreneurs’ contribution to GDP still low, says minister

The government is trying to get proper feedback before implementing measures to empower Bumiputera entrepreneurs, says Redzuan Yusof.

Review policies on troop deployment overseas, says ex-servicemen’s body

Patriot wants generals and senior military officials to be fully aware of international laws and UN Conventions, in particular the international rules governing military operations.

Be patient, public told over ‘slow’ 1MDB probe

A source familiar with the MACC investigation says the anti-graft agency needs time to liaise with authorities in other countries as the AG only recently issued the mutual legal assistance.

1MDB probe: Stick to the law in getting evidence overseas, MACC...

Ex-AG Abu Talib Othman reminds the anti-graft agency of the 2007 Federal Court ruling which rejected such evidence because procedures were not followed.

1MDB probe: MACC now focuses on obtaining evidence from overseas

MACC chief says 50% of the investigation into the case involved only local evidence, while the other 50% would involve evidence from overseas.

Trump says his Harley voters oppose production shift overseas

Milwaukee-based Harley sells no motorcycles in the US that are built overseas, and the company has said that’s not going to change.

Why should race play a role in education?

Reform the system to provide an inclusive and quality education for all – don't allocate special privileges.

In London at last, Zunar wants no Malaysian to suffer travel...

Cartoonist also wants to know who ordered for him to be barred from leaving Malaysia and what were the reasons.

Xiaomi logs $1 billion Q1 loss but record overseas revenue ahead...

Revenue from overseas rose to a record high of 12.5 billion yuan in the quarter, with its phones topping the Indian market, it said in the filing.

Malaysians returning to vote: What’s your stand, Muhyiddin asks Khaled

Johor PH chairman says BN should not be afraid as there is no way of knowing who the returning voters would support.

Malaysia’s super rich top global average in property investment plans

Report says about 43% of Malaysia’s wealthiest plan to buy properties overseas, beating the global average of 34%.

Raise wages to stop locals going overseas to work, says MP

Charles Santiago says low wages and employers’ preference for foreign workers causing Malaysians to brave the risks involved in working illegally overseas.

Salleh: Mukhriz’s reluctance to call himself Malaysian shameful

Communications and multimedia minister asks why PPBM's Mukhriz Mahathir chooses to tell people he is from Brunei and not another country.

Audit report: Federal debt grew by RM147 billion over 5 years

First series of the 2016 Auditor-General's Report released today reveals overall debt increased by 2.8% from RM630 billion in 2015 to RM648 billion last year.

TRX: KWAP will invest only if there is viable partner

The pension fund will only consider investing in Bandar Malaysia and TRX after sufficient studies are conducted.

Freeze on overseas travel prior to GE14 is ‘standard’

Information department says it is usual practice for circular to be issued a year before the end of a parliamentary term to remind staff to prepare for impending polls.

Eye on civil servants having ‘swinging’ time overseas

MACC says it becomes an issue when they are sponsored by people such as contractors and suppliers.

Merchantrade going digital in a big way in 2017

Malaysia's largest money services company is launching a new business-to-business portal for the SME market next month for money transfers overseas.

4 Tourism Malaysia offices abroad to close

These offices in New York, Perth, Stockholm and Johannesburg are being closed as Malaysia Airlines has stopped flying to these cities.

Malaysians working abroad can contribute to EPF

EPF says those aged below 55 can save until they reach retirement age.

Scholarship students to get allowances by Oct 7

Ministry says delays due to "technical issues" and urges landlords to waive any penalty.

Zunar: I didn’t tarnish country’s image

Cartoonist says he was invited by the Mayor of Geneva to take part in Swiss exhibition and former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is the patron.