One controller logged that the runway is clear before ending his shift, despite two maintenance vehicles still on the runway.
The measure has consent of the Malay Rulers who hold ceremonial positions in various branches of the Malaysian Armed Forces.
This is because an early notice had been issued for the disruption, it says.
Social media giant estimates that accounts were not internally abused or improperly accessed.
Satellite images captured several vessels in the water where the spill occurred.
We want Sabah MPs to negotiate with the relevant parties to implement the amendments, says rep.
Air Selangor's upgrading works may disrupt water supply in Klang Valley for up to 86 hours.
He expresses disappointment over inclusion of M'sia in list of countries with kidnapping risks, calls it baseless.
Deputy CM says one measure involves plantation owners allowing areas to be used as elephant paths.
The Toyota Vellfire's driver also loses his wallet and authority card in the theft.
Economic Affairs Minister Azmin Ali assures Johor MB gov't will assist Johor in achieving sustainable economic growth.
'I believe we have turned the corner and we look forward to finally sit down and pursue our plans.'
PERAK DUN | Exco responds to criticism that the festival causes unease among Muslims in Pengkalan Hulu.
Nearly US$1 billion has been pledged by donors from across the world to restore the building.
UPDATED 10.26AM | New military leader announces a 'transitional phase' of at least two years.
These are genocide, war crimes, humanitarian crimes and invasion, says Foreign Minister.
According to Span, levels of arsenic still exceed Health Ministry standards.
Sahruddin reiterates that he needs an executive council he is comfortable working with.
Suspects are then transferred into 10 cars to be brought to their remand hearing.
'Comprehensive fire safety measures will be developed,' says Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga.
Hasanah Abdul Hamid claims trial to charge of criminal breach of trust involving RM50.4m in gov't funds.
Explorers and camera traps in Lahad Datu forest reserves fail to sight the animal in its former habitats, says Christina Liew.
Offences found in the Seremban inspections include the freezer not being kept to the right temperature and storing food for too long.
DPP asks for deferred date as both parties are tied down in court until May 10.