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  1. Accountant gives up career to help kids with tuition in Balingian

    Accountant gives up career to help kids with tuition in Balingian

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 7, 2015: For more than seven years, Nor Asyura Matil had been teaching poor children in her rural hometown,...

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  2. ‘Wall Street Journal’ often gets its facts wrong

    ‘Wall Street Journal’ often gets its facts wrong

    COMMENT EVERYONE expects the media to get the facts...

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  3. Ex-Sabah Under-19 footballer Awangku killed, Sabah striker Rozaimi injured

    Ex-Sabah Under-19 footballer Awangku killed, Sabah striker Rozaimi injured

    KOTA KINABALU, July 6, 2015: Former Sabah’s Under...

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World
  1. Philae’s comet may host alien ‘life’

    Philae’s comet may host alien ‘life’

    PARIS, July 7, 2015: Astronomers proposed a novel explanation on Monday for the strange appearance of the comet carrying...

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  2. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis wed in secret ceremony

    Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis wed in secret ceremony

    LOS ANGELES, July 6, 2015: Ashton Kutcher and Mila...

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  3. The last ‘News of the World’ journalist sentenced over hacking

    The last ‘News of the World’ journalist sentenced over hacking

    LONDON,  July 6, 2015: Four years after a phone-hacking...

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  1. 24-hour stalls feeding social ills?

  2. Should dress code be so strict at govt offices?

  3. ALL SIDES: Property rush slowing in Johor?

  4. Boat people at our door

  5. Are you ready for a smoke-free environment?

  6. All Sides: Compulsory credit in SPM Bahasa paper for MPs — yay or nay?

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  1. 24-hour stalls feeding social ills?

    24-hour stalls feeding social ills?

    The announcement from Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim to reduce operating hours of 24-hour mamak restaurants, stalls and hawker centres to curb social ills had everybody riled up. Many were up in arms, fearing they would not be able to savour their favourite telur dua...

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  2. Should dress code be so strict at govt offices?

    Should dress code be so strict at govt offices?

    IN recent days, the sarong@JPJ picture went viral and turned out to be a hot topic of conversation. It drew such flak that Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai reassured the public there was no such “sarong policy”. And the Opposition, not wanting to miss out on a government-bashing opportunity, jumped...

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  3. ALL SIDES: Property rush slowing in Johor?

    ALL SIDES: Property rush slowing in Johor?

    Jacksman Khoo: We need to (first) understand the difference between oversupply and mismatched supply. A savvy investor will shun a high density area like Danga Bay and all those China developers’ projects. Those unsold units are high-end overpriced housing. If the price is less than RM500,000 each, all are...

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  4. Boat people at our door

    Boat people at our door

    FOR the past one week, the phrase boat people has been one of the most talked about subjects. When news broke that more than a thousand people from Bangladesh and Myanmar had landed on our shores in Langkawi Island, reports have been trickling in that there are more boats out at sea, ferrying these victims of...

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  5. Are you ready for a smoke-free environment?

    Are you ready for a smoke-free environment?

    PUBLIC feedback is being sought on a proposal to ban smoking at eateries. ‘The Rakyat Post’ asked our Facebook readers to share their thoughts with us on this. So are folks ready for a smoke-free environment? Aubrey Tan: I hate smokers.They just cannot care less even when there are children around...

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  6. All Sides: Compulsory credit in SPM Bahasa paper for MPs  — yay or nay?

    All Sides: Compulsory credit in SPM Bahasa paper for MPs — yay or nay?

    CONTROVERSIAL preacher Prof Dr Ridhuan Tee Abdullah has suggested that the Election Commission (EC) make it compulsory for future state or Parliament representatives to have at least a credit in their SPM Bahasa Malaysia paper. Ridhuan said he felt nauseated that certain “ultra kiasu” parliamentarians...

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Viral
  1. Afdlin Shauki’s rant on missing Firefly’s flight triggers social media frenzy

    Afdlin Shauki’s rant on missing Firefly’s flight triggers social media frenzy

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 6, 2015: A local celebrity has come out to criticise local budget carrier Firefly Airlines after he had...

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  2. ‘I know, but I always park here,’ says irresponsible driver

    ‘I know, but I always park here,’ says irresponsible driver

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 6, 2015:  The picture of a black...

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  3. Mum devotes life to daughter

    Mum devotes life to daughter

    JASMIN Mohd Rafiq Ramoo has always been an independent...

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Rakyat TV
  1. TRP Heroes: Halfway home for adult orphans

  2. Weak earthquake hits Ranau, DPM ushered out of building due to tremor

  3. Deadly Sabah earthquake: State tourism minister speaks to media

  4. TRP Heroes: Choosing charity over her fat salary

  5. Tun Mahathir attends ‘Dialog PM bersama NGO’

  6. PM launches Pasarnita, says nation needs more women entrepreneurs

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  • July 6, 2015: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak at a breaking fast event yesterday at the Bandar Rinching Mosque in Semenyih. — TRP pic by Daniel Chan

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  • July 6, 2015: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak at a breaking fast event yesterday at the Bandar Rinching Mosque in Semenyih. — TRP pic by Daniel Chan

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  • July 6, 2015: National Oversight & Whistleblowers Centre (NOW) executive director Rafizi Ramli (left) at a press conference today, along with director of the non-governmental organisation Akmal Nasir. — TRP pic by Syahirah Roslan

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  • July 6, 2015: Bodies of Rohingyas believed to be victims of human trafficking syndicates were laid to rest late last night at the Old Muslim Cemetery in Kampung Tualang, Pokok Sena, Kedah. The bodies were carried on board six police trucks from the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital in Alor Setar before the burial began at 12.30am. — TRP pic by Adib Hakim

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  • July 6, 2015: Villagers helping out at the mass burial of Rohingyas believed to be victims of human trafficking syndicates. They were laid to rest late last night at the Old Muslim Cemetery in Kampung Tualang, Pokok Sena, Kedah. The bodies were carried on board six police trucks from the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital in Alor Setar before the burial began at 12.30am. — TRP pic by Adib Hakim

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  • July 6, 2015: Bodies of Rohingyas believed to be victims of human trafficking syndicates were laid to rest late last night at the Old Muslim Cemetery in Kampung Tualang, Pokok Sena, Kedah. The bodies were carried on board six police trucks from the Sultanah Bahiyah Hospital in Alor Setar before the burial began at 12.30am. — TRP pic by Adib Hakim

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  • July 6, 2015: A police officer inspecting the temporary grave markers following the mass burial of Rohingyas believed to be victims of human trafficking syndicates. They were laid to rest late last night at the Old Muslim Cemetery in Kampung Tualang, Pokok Sena, Kedah. — TRP pic by Adib Hakim

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  • July 6, 2015: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar handing out helmets to traffic police officers at the KL Traffic Police Station today. — TRP pic by Azrol Ali

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  • July 6, 2015: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar together with Celcom CEO Datuk Seri Shazalli Ramly handing out helmets to traffic police officers at the KL Traffic Police Station today. — TRP pic by Azrol Ali

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  • July 6, 2015: Staff of a tourism resort dressed as Japanese soldiers raising their water guns to surrender as they take part in a mock fight with children visitors during an event to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Sino-Japan War in Binzhou, Shandong province, China, on July 5, 2015. — Reuters pic

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