KUALA LUMPUR: The Transport Ministry will cancel an express bus driver's public service vehicle (PSV) licence if he is found to have driven beyond the speed limit, said its Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai.
He also said an express bus company which does not provide a second driver for journeys exceeding 300km will also be fined RM300.
MALACCA: The national crime index from January to yesterday dropped by 2.7%, with 112,000 cases compared to 115,225 during the corresponding period last year, said Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Noor Rashid Ibrahim (pix).
He said the decline was a result of proactive measures taken by the police with the cooperation of others, especially the people, in combat
REYKJAVIK: Iceland is ending an eventful year in a political quagmire, left without a government for two months after the Panama Papers scandal and a snap election reflecting deep divisions in the island nation.
"In recent years we thought we were seeing the craziest, but we were proven wrong every time – Iceland found ways to be even crazier," a parliamentary assistant from the
TAIPEI: Taiwan will not bend to pressure despite China returning to its "old ways" of intimidation, President Tsai Ing-wen (pix) said Saturday, following Beijing's protests over her call to US President-elect Donald Trump.
China has stepped up military drills near Taiwan since the call earlier in December, in a move seen as putting on a show of strength as its ties with
SAN FRANCISCO: A pair of Stephen Curry game-worn shoes fetched US$30,101 (RM134,807.33) Friday at an auction for victims of a deadly warehouse fire in Oakland, California.
The price is a record for a player currently in the National Basketball Association and the money will go to the Oakland Fire Relief fund, which is helping those affected by the horrific Ghost Ship blaze this m
SYDNEY: Global terror attacks have cast a pall over 2016 but Australia was Saturday set to defy the threats and ring in the New Year with bumper crowds gathering to watch a firework extravaganza on Sydney's glittering harbour.
2016 has seen repeated bloodshed, most recently a deadly truck attack at a Berlin Christmas market, a similar incident on Bastille Day in France that kille
KOTA BARU: The Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) inter-city train service between Tumpat and Kuala Lipis has been suspended for a week from today due to landslides at nine locations between the Kuala Krai and Bukit Abu stations.
KTMB Eastern Region manager Zaid Ibrahim said the service had to be suspended to facilitate restoration work at the sites.