Tuesday 3 June 2014

The difference between what is "News" in Malaysia and what is "News" in Australia!

steadyaku47 comment: The difference between what is considered news in Malaysia and what is considered news in Australia can be seen below....and if anyone of you tells me that this is the "Malaysian way" then I will say "bulldust!". The purpose of "news" is to inform the rakyat what is happening around them and in the world...not what politicians do, not what our Prime Minister is doing or what he intends to do or will do. God help our country, our people and our future...if there is one!  


Federal government will give utmost consideration to Sarawak's request for higher oil and gas royalties - PM Najib

Asean and other engaged parties need to address issues related to South China Sea in measured and calm manner - PM Najib

Southeast Asian nations want peace, prosperity, predictability besides being independent, strong and economically vibrant - PM Najib

Credit Guarantee Corporation Malaysia's BizMula-i scheme extends financing to new businesses viewed as high-risk within financial sector

Celcom Axiata Bhd has selected Nokia's optimization services to enhance network, voice and data quality in Klang Valley & Kuala Lumpur

Taliworks Corporation Bhd subisidiary to invest RM464.907 mln in China for upgrading & expansion on Yinchuan Waste Water Treatment Plants



  1. Vic thieves steal $15,000 worth of Lego

    Vic thieves steal $15,000 worth of LegoA Victorian toy store has been raided twice in one week with the thieves stealing more than $15,000 worth of Lego.
36 minutes ago

    Armed robbery on Vic post officeA Melbourne post office has been held up in an armed robbery.
39 minutes ago

    Volunteer police possible for VictoriaVictoria's police chief is considering using volunteers as he warns that the force is struggling to cope and the true crime rate is higher than reported.
40 minutes ago


    Chinese pollution prompts brewery to offer free 'Airpocalypse' beer during heavy Beijing smogA tiny brewery in Beijing is cashing in on the city's smog worries, offering free beer if pollution goes off the scale.
40 minutes ago

    Gas leak in science lab at Ingleburn High School in Sydney's west prompts evacuationAbout 150 students and teachers at a school in Sydney's west have been forced to abandon lessons after a gas leak in a science lab.
42 minutes ago

    Clive Palmer refuses to apologise for 'hurtful' remarks about Tony Abbott's chief of staff Peta CredlinClive Palmer is refusing to apologise for personally attacking the Prime Minister's chief of staff Peta Credlin in Parliament during a debate about paid parental leave.
45 minutes ago

    Palmer unrepentant on Credlin attackClive Palmer denies he was being sexist for suggesting the prime minster's chief of staff stands to benefit from the government's paid parental leave policy.
57 minutes ago

    Tony Abbott's phone call with Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono recorded by Indonesian journalistPrime Minister Tony Abbott has refused to confirm whether he knew journalists had listened in to and recorded a phone call he had with Indonesia's president.
59 minutes ago

    Australia joins calls on Sudan executionAustralia is urging Sudanese authorities to stop the execution of a Christian woman found guilty of converting from Islam.
59 minutes ago

    Barack Obama plans 30 per cent cuts in power carbon emissions, hailed as 'super bowl of climate change' regulationThe United States has unveiled a new regulation requiring the power sector to cut carbon dioxide emissions by 30 per cent on 2005 levels by 2030, one of the strongest actions ever taken by the US to combat global warming.
1 hour ago

    Aust ready to help Chinese artist: BishopThe Australian government says it will extend all possible consular assistance to a Chinese-Australian artist detained in Beijing.
1 hour,7 minutes ago

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