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PH govt to appoint village leaders in Sarawak by January

Deputy minister says members of new village community councils will be appointed despite problems with the state government over the issue.

Drop political appointees in Malaysia Airlines revival plan, union tells govt

The flight attendants' union proposes that aviation and technical experts and those with business acumen be named to the board of the national carrier.

Apple’s reinvention as a services company starts for real Monday

Apple is expected to unveil streaming video and news subscriptions, key parts of its push to transform itself into a leading digital services provider.

Changes ahead in education system, says Maszlee

Maszlee Malik says his ministry wants to create a 'fun and positive learning environment' for students.

Stadium corporation trimming jobs, revamping operations to earn more money

Contracts for supply of services to be more transparent, coupled with plans for bigger events.

Australia ‘on board’ with international revamp

The revamp of international rugby would have the world's top 12 nations all playing each other once every year.

Here’s how we can produce thinking and professional grads

The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) must be overhauled and the people in charge must not think that the curriculum is the Word of God.

What revamp, asks MACC

A local daily has claimed revamp will involve transfer of senior officials in its investigation and intelligence divisions.

EC looking at proposals to improve next GE

Deputy minister says government will not direct the Election Commission to do anything but it hopes the EC will discharge its duties competently.

ITF defend US$3 billion Davis Cup revamp despite criticism

The ITF said the Davis Cup's new guise as the World Cup of Tennis would safeguard the future of the sport.

Gogo’s proposed revamp isn’t selling too well on Wall Street

Its stock has plunged more than 50% this year, hitting a record low July 9 after Guggenheim Partners cut its estimates for the company.

Indian issues are national issues, rights lawyers tell Putrajaya

Lawyers for Liberty says now is the best time to move away from a racial way of dealing with problems as Indian issues should be the concern of the government and all MPs.

Revamp Judicial Appointments Commission next, says lawyers group

Lawyers for Liberty says the resignations of Raus Sharif and Zulkefli Makinudin signal better times for the judiciary, but it is also important to reform the membership of the JAC.

Anti fake news law repeal to take 2 or 3 months,...

The minister says they might not be able to complete the paperwork when Dewan Rakyat sits on June 25.

Ex-judge cites 3 reasons why Court of Appeal judgments delayed, suggests...

Gopal Sri Ram says the judiciary must urgently remedy the problem of late judgment delivery as the COA is the engine of the judicature.

Go ahead and revamp English, but remember teachers are not slaves

The government must consider the future of the children before implementing any changes, and it should not introduce anything without extensive study, careful planning, and contingency plans.

RTD undergoes rebranding to be more people-friendly

Road Transport Department's new boss to review the department’s systems and procedures.

Group calls for revamp of FGV board of directors

Gabungan Wawasan Generasi Felda wants the government to consider listing Felda representatives in FGV's board of directors.

CEO: Malaysia Airlines may become biggest turnaround in history

Peter Bellew says it will certainly be the greatest turnaround in aviation history, as the airline, which was struggling after two tragedies in 2014 is getting back among the clouds again with better passenger loads.