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Supporting letters: Abuse or necessity?

Supporting letters: Abuse or necessity?

ARE support letters by elected representatives and councillors necessary to maintain good public relations, or are they a political liability that are open to misuse and abuse?

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Patriotism lessons

Patriotism lessons

Lainie Yeoh is grateful she didn’t have to attend the BTN programme.

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BTN’s flaws beyond racism

BTN’s flaws beyond racism

THE Biro Tata Negara (BTN) saga has taken yet another twist. Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has called former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad “bloody racist” for defending the BTN training modules. Most right-thinking members of the public would agree with Nazri that the BTN is ethnic-centric. However, would […]

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Penang to reward civil servants who expose corruption

PENANG, 2 June 2009: The Penang government will reward civil servants, who voluntarily expose corruption, with cash and a chance for promotion, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today. He said the Integrity Award was the first reward of its kind in the country and was open to all government employees. “The government officer who […]

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Civil servants can claim parking fees

KUALA LUMPUR, 5 Feb 2009: Effective 1 Feb, civil servants can claim a maximum of RM90 a month for parking charges. Public Services director-general Tan Sri Ismail Adam said in a circular today that the reimbursement was for those who were entitled to use cars in the course of their work. The reimbursement would be […]

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Patrolling civil servants get four hour break

KUANTAN, 29 Jan 2009: Civil servants who join the Volunteer Patrol Scheme (SRS) are allowed to clock-in four hours later the next day. National Unity and National Integration director general (JPNIN) Datuk Azman Amin Hassan said the Public Service Department (JPA) had issued circulars on the matter to government departments and agencies effective 1 Jan. […]

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