Indonesia to send 8,000 maids to Malaysia
Indonesia is preparing up to 8,000 maids to be sent to Malaysia in March following the revocation of its moratorium on despatching workers in the informal sector in early December.
Pontian fishermen get amnesty from Indonesian president
Six fishermen from Pontian, Johor were released by the Indonesian authorities yesterday after serving eight months' jail after they were granted amnesty by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Royal Malaysian Navy takes part in Indonesia’s ‘Hari Nusantara’
The Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) participated in Indonesia's "Hari Nusantara", which celebrates the country's status as an archipelago, in Dumai, Indonesia, yesterday.
Indonesia’s food imports from Malaysia up 400%
Indonesia's food imports from Malaysia have surged by leaps and bounds, registering a 400 per cent jump.
PSSI to report SEA Games football referee to FIFA
PSSI has announced plans to report Japanese referee Tojo Minoru who led the 26th SEA Games final soccer match between Indonesia and Malaysia to world soccer body FIFA and AFC.
RM500,000 fine for ordering maids to do outside job
Employers found to have ordered their Indonesian maids to do other tasks, other than at the employers' home, can be fined a minimum of RM500,000.
Malaysia, juara bola sepak Sukan SEA
Malaysia mempertahankan pingat emas acara bola sepak Sukan SEA ke-26 selepas menundukkan Indonesia 5-4 melalui sepakan penalti.
26th SEA Games medal tally
Following is the medal tally on the tenth day (Sunday) of the 26th SEA Games in Palembang and Jakarta.
SEA Games: Malaysian media given poor treatment
Youth and Sports Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek has expressed his regret over poor treatment given to the Malaysian media covering the 26th SEA Games.
Sukan SEA: Carta pingat hari ketujuh
Berikut carta kedudukan pingat pada hari ketujuh temasya Sukan SEA ke-26 di Jakarta dan Palembang hari ini:
Sukan SEA, hari keenam: Malaysia raih enam pingat emas
Malaysia meraih enam pingat emas, dua perak dan lapan gangsa untuk kekal di tangga kelima kutipan pingat keseluruhan pada Sukan SEA di Indonesia, yang berlangsung sejak Jumaat lepas.
Indonesia officially allows domestic maids beginning Dec 1
Indonesia yesterday announced officially that it will resume the sending of domestic maids to Malaysia effective Dec 1.
Sukan SEA, hari kelima: Malaysia raih 9 pingat emas
Malaysia mengutip sembilan emas, tujuh perak dan 11 gangsa untuk terus kekal di tangga kelima jumlah pungutan pingat keseluruhan pada hari kelima Sukan SEA ke-26.
Hari 3 – Sukan SEA: Malaysia rangkul tujuh pingat emas
Malaysia memulakan tuaian emas dengan menambah tujuh emas lagi hari Ahad, menjadikan keseluruhan sembilan pingat emas daripada Sukan SEA ke-26 di Indonesia yang masuk hari ketiga.
Body of student killed in Indonesia arrives at KLIA
The body of Malaysian Adrian Jay Pereira, who was killed outside his rented house in Malang, East Java, Indonesia, arrived at KLIA today.
Pembunuhan pelajar di Jawa Timur tiada motif dendam
Pihak berkuasa Indonesia telah mengklasifikasi kejadian pembunuhan pelajar Malaysia Adrian Jay Pereira sebagai kes jenayah semata-mata.
Sailing squad not provided accommodation in Jakarta
The national sailing squad, which arrived in Jakarta to compete in the SEA Games, are disappointed that the organisers did not provide accommodation.
Indonesian workers in Malaysia remit US$1.7bil in Q3
Indonesian workers in Malaysia remitted US1.7 billion in the third quarter of this year, Indonesia's central bank said.
Malaysia and Indonesia to decide on terms for maids
Malaysia and Indonesia will meet in Bali, Indonesia on Nov 18 and 19 to decide on the terms and conditions for Indonesian maids working here.
Indonesia to resume sending maids to Malaysia
Indonesia will resume sending maids to Malaysia from Dec 1 this year, marking an end to the more than two years of moratorium that was first imposed in 2009.