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Topic: Ayer Keroh

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Melaka suspends outdoor activities
PETALING JAYA: All sports and outdoor activities in Melaka have been suspended due to the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Haze worsens in Melaka, events cancelled
PETALING JAYA: All sports and outdoor activities in Melaka have been postponed due to the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Mechanic pleads not guilty to sexually abusing stepdaughter
MELAKA: A mechanic claimed trial at the Sessions Court in Ayer Keroh here to three counts of sexual abuse against his 14-year-old stepdaughter.
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Police looking for witnesses in court case
JOHOR BARU: Police are looking for three men whose presence are required during the hearing of a drug-related case at the Kluang magistrate’s court.
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Couple arrested after death of toddler in their care
MELAKA: Police have arrested a couple suspected of abusing a two-year-old girl physically and sexually, leading to her death at a home in Kandang.
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1,000 throng Melaka mosque to pray with Zakir Naik
KRUBONG: More than 1,000 people thronged the Chinese Mosque here in Melaka to pray alongside Dr Zakir Naik, proof that the controversial preacher’s popularity remains high despite a national ban on ...
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Ammonia leak: Melaka to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MELAKA (Sept 6): The safety of water sources and chemicals especially in industrial areas is the primary aspect monitored by the Melaka state government to ensure the ammonia gas leak incident in Ja...
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Ammonia leak: Malacca to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MALACCA: The safety of water sources and chemicals especially in industrial areas is the primary aspect monitored by the Malacca state government to ensure the ammonia gas leak incident in Jasin near ...
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Ammonia leak: Melaka to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MELAKA (Bernama): The safety of water sources and chemicals, especially in industrial areas, is the primary aspect monitored by the Melaka state government to...
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Muhyiddin to meet Johor Dong Zong, RoS tomorrow over de-registration
PUTRAJAYA: Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin will meet Johor Dong Zong and the Registrar of Societies (RoS) tomorrow to discuss the issue of its deregistration.
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Muhyiddin to meet Johor Dong Zong, RoS tomorrow over de-registration issue
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 3): Home Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin will meet with Johor Dong Zong and the Registrar of Societies (RoS) tomorrow to discuss the issue of its deregistration.
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Bersatu to host Zakir at prayer session
PETALING JAYA: Controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik has been thrust into the limelight again, following revelations that he is to appear at a religious ceremony at the Cina Krubong Mosque, in Malacca ...
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Kerk calls on Malacca gov't to act on Zakir Naik event
Ayer Keroh assemblyperson Kerk Chee Yee has called on the Malacca government to uphold a decision not to allow controversial preacher Zakir Naik to speak in the state.
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Melaka appreciates entrepreneurs’ contribution to economy, says CM
MELAKA, Sept 1 — The Melaka state government says it appreciates the contribution of entrepreneurs to the state’s economy and is taking efforts to develop entrepreneurship especially among women.
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Gobind welcomes initiative to expand fiberisation coverage in Melaka
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 30): Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo has welcomed the decision of Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) to expand its fiberisation coverage to four more areas in Melaka a...
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LPM, Home Spectrum to build affordable houses in Melaka Pindah
MELAKA (Aug 29): The state government through the Melaka Housing Board (LPM) with the cooperation of housing developer, Home Spectrum Sdn Bhd (HSSB), will develop affordable housing under the Affordab...
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Melaka local councillor tests positive for ganja
MELAKA: A local councillor surrendered himself at Masjid Tanah police station to prove allegations of him being a drug addict was wrong, but ended up with him being...
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Free Breakfast Programme seen as a godsend to primary schools
File photo showing a primary school in Matu located in Sarawak.
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Former clerk charged with misappropriating RM2.4mil scholarship fund
MELAKA: A former Melaka Education Trust clerical assistant has pleaded not guilty at the Sessions Court here to 146 counts of misappropriating scholarships totalling...
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Hino Truck hits reliability milestone
PETALING JAYA: A Hino truck operated by courier company GD Express Sdn Bhd (GDEX) has reached one million kilometres without the need to go through an engine overhaul, and this was celebrated in a Rel...
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PLUS headquarters receives recognition for low carbon buildings assessment
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 22): PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) headquarters, Persada PLUS has received the One Diamond recognition, thus making PLUS the first highway concession company in this country to receiv...
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DAP lawmakers criticise Mahathir’s labeling of Dong Zong as ‘racist’
PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has become the subject of further criticism by his own Pakatan Harapan (PH) allies over several recent decisions and statements made by the prime minister.
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Malacca DAP reps want retraction, say Dr M's attack turned khat issue racial
Malacca DAP has called on Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to retract his labelling of Dong Zong as "racist", saying the attack had turned the khat issue from an education to a racial one.
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City folk caught in heavy jams after long weekend break
PETALING JAYA: Motorists travelling back to the city inched through congested roads as urban dwellers returned from their hometowns after the long weekend break.
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PLUS: Slow-moving traffic on major highways as at 5.30pm
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — Traffic flow on several major highways was reported to be slow as at 5.30pm as people began to return to the capital after the Aidiladha celebration.
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Slow-moving traffic on major highways on Monday (Aug 12) evening after Aidiladha
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Traffic flow on several major highways was reported to be slow on Monday (Aug 12) evening as people began to return to the capital after the Aidiladha celebration.
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Parents leave 3-year-old at rest stop in Malaysia, only realise he's missing hours later
Road trips with children can be a chore, especially when there are seven of them.
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Trader fined for enticing married woman
AYER KEROH: A trader was fined RM2,000 by a magistrate’s court in Ayer Keroh today after he pleaded guilty to enticing a married woman with the intention of having sexual intercourse with her last S...
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Mujahid to table new Islamic administration policy in Cabinet
MELAKA: A working paper will be tabled in the Cabinet’s meeting soon on the concept of ‘Rahmatan Lil Alamin (mercy to all creation) as a new policy of Islamic administration in Malaysia.
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PLUS seeking to go cashless at all its rest areas
GEORGE TOWN: PLUS Malaysia Bhd is targeting for all its rest and service areas (RSAs) in the country to go cashless by end-2020.
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Melaka state government partners Parkland Diversified to build floating resort
MELAKA (July 17): The Melaka state government with the cooperation of Parkland Diversified Sdn Bhd will construct an RM350 million floating chalet resort facing the man-made Pulau Melaka.
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PLUS aims to go cashless at all its rest areas
GEORGE TOWN: PLUS Malaysia Bhd is targeting for all its rest and service areas (RSAs) in the country to go cashless by end-2020 .
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Goldsmith among eight nabbed over spate of burglaries
MALACCA: A goldsmith, who acted as the leader of a burglary gang suspected of being behind 30 home break-in cases involving losses amounting to RM900,000 in Malacca and Negri Sembilan, was among eight...
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Goldsmith among eight nabbed over spate of burglaries: Malacca cops
MALACCA: A goldsmith, who acted as the leader of a burglary gang suspected of being behind 30 home break-in cases involving losses amounting to RM900,000 in Malacca and Negri Sembilan, was among eight...
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Goldsmith among eight nabbed over spate of burglaries in Melaka, Negri Sembilan
MELAKA (Bernama): A goldsmith, who acted as the leader of a burglary gang suspected of being behind 30 home break-in cases involving losses amounting to RM900,000 in Melaka and Negeri Sembilan, was among eight men arrested in an operation involving separate raids here over the past few days.
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Sungai Rambai assemblyman, clerk plead not guilty to CBT
MALACCA: Sungai Rambai Assemblyman Datuk Hasan Abd Rahman and a clerk pleaded not guilty in the Ayer Keroh sessions court here today to 34 counts of criminal breach of trust (CBT), involving RM318,400...
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Sg Rambai rep, clerk plead not guilty to 34 CBT charges
MELAKA: The Sungai Rambai assemblyman and his former clerical assistant claimed trial at the Sessions Court in Ayer Keroh for alleged misappropriation of funds under the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) totalling RM318,400.
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Malacca state assemblyman arrested by MACC
PETALING JAYA: A Malacca state assemblyman and a clerk were nabbed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today in connection with the alleged misappropriation of funds in 2016.
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Melaka's history bodes well for multiracial harmony, says state Bersatu chief
MELAKA: Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) should lead the way in promoting harmony among the different ethnic groups, as multiculturalism has existed in Melaka since time immemorial, says state party chief Datuk Seri Mohd Redzuan Yusof.
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Five policemen remanded over RM6,000 bribe
MELAKA: Five police personnel have been remanded for five days to assist investigations into allegations they received bribes amounting to about RM6,000 last March.
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Five policemen remanded five days over graft allegations
MELAKA: A police inspector and four other policemen have been remanded for five days to assist in investigations into allegations of graft involving a total amount of RM6,200.
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Indonesian man remanded over grave vandalism
MELAKA: An Indonesian carpenter was remanded four days to assist in the investigation of acts of vandalism involving the damaging of several grave headstones at the As-Syakirin Islamic Cemetery in Bacang, last Friday.
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Indonesian carpenter remanded over desecrated graves in Bacang
MELAKA, June 24 — An Indonesian carpenter was remanded four days beginning today to assist in the investigation over the acts of vandalism involving the damaging of several grave headstones at the A...
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Ex-NST journalist killed in car crash
MELAKA: Former NST journalist Jason Gerald John has died in an accident at Ayer Keroh, Melaka, on early Friday (June 21) morning.
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Melaka's youngest exco member pays tribute to his late father
MELAKA: Melaka's youngest executive councillor (exco) Kerk Chee Yee pays tribute to his late father - former DAP secretary-general Kerk Kim Hock - for making him a tough politician, hours before Father's Day.
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No need to pressure Azmin to go on leave: Anwar
MELAKA (June 15): There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali  to go on leave, said PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Sex video: Shamsul Iskandar gives statement to police
MALACCA: Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin (pix) yesterday gave his statement to Malacca police in connection with a viral sex video linked to his senior private...
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Gay sex video: Deputy Minister gives statement to police
MELAKA (June 15): Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin (pictured) yesterday gave his statement to Melaka police in connection with a viral sex video linked to his s...
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Anwar: Not necessary to suspend Azmin
MELAKA: PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has voiced his objection to a suggestion by the Otai Reformasi group that Datuk Seri Azmin Ali take a break from his official duties until investigations into a sex video implicating him are completed.
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No need to pressure Azmin to go on leave - Anwar
There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali to go on leave, said PKR president Anwar Ibrahim.
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Gay sex video: Deputy Minister gives statement to police
MELAKA (June 14): Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin today gave his statement to Melaka police in connection with a viral sex video linked to his senior private s...
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No need to pressure Azmin to go on leave: Anwar
MALACCA: There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali to go on leave, said PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Shamsul Iskandar gives statement to police over sex video
MELAKA (Bernama): Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin gave his statement to Melaka police in connection with a viral sex video linked to his senior private secretary on Friday (June 14).
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No need to pressure Azmin to go on leave — Anwar
MELAKA (June 14): There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali to go on leave, said PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Deputy minister gives statement to police on sex video linked to aide
MELAKA, June 14 — Deputy Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin today gave his statement to Melaka police in connection with a viral sex video linked to his senior private...
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Don’t pressure Azmin to take leave, urges Anwar
MELAKA: There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Mohamed Azmin Ali to go on leave, said PKR president Anwar Ibrahim.
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No need to pressure Azmin to go on leave, says Anwar
MELAKA, June 14 — There is no need to pressure Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali to go on leave, said PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Five police personnel remanded for drugs
MALACCA: Five police personnel were remanded three days to help in the investigations in a case of drug possession during a raid in a nightclub at Bandar Hilir, here yesterday.
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Five police personnel remanded for drugs
Five police personnel have been remanded for three days to help in the investigations in a case of drug possession followin a raid in a nightclub at Bandar Hilir, Melaka, yesterday.
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Five police personnel remanded for drugs in Melaka
MELAKA, June 14 — Five police personnel were remanded three days to help in the investigations in a case of drug possession in a raid in a nightclub at Bandar Hilir here yesterday.
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Mahathir: We’ve the right not to extradite Zakir
MELAKA: Malaysia has the right not to extradite controversial Indian preacher Dr Zakir Naik if he is not going to be accorded fair justice, says Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Stay neutral and do not be bound to ruling party, PM reminds civil servants
Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad advised all civil servants to remain neutral when carrying out their duties and not get themselves bound to the ruling party to ensure smooth governance.The prem...
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Dr M warns civil servants against greed, corrupt practices
MELAKA, June 10 — Civil servants must avoid from being greedy to the extent of committing corruption, be patient and not be short tempered when dealing with the public, and discharge one’s duty w...
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Look beyond political affiliations, PM tells civil servants
MALACCA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today civil servants must be neutral in discharging their duty and not get themselves bound to the ruling party.
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Dr M: Civil servants must manage their emotions when dealing with the public
MELAKA: Civil servants must be able to manage their emotions when dealing with people, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
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Dr M: Civil servants mustn’t be bound to ruling party
KUALA LUMPUR, June 10 — Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today civil servants must be neutral in discharging their duty and not get themselves bound to the ruling party.
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Civil servants must not get bound to the ruling party — Dr Mahathir
MELAKA (June 10): Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today civil servants must be neutral in discharging their duty and not get themselves bound to the ruling party.
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Loke 'kept in the dark' about 41 out-of-order speed cameras
Transport Minister Anthony Loke is being kept in the dark about a majority of the mobile automated enforcement system (AES) cameras being out of order by the Road Transport Department (RTD) for fear o...
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Melaka attracted 4.8m tourists in 1Q2019
MELAKA (June 3): A total of 4.79 million tourists have visited Melaka in the first quarter this year, an increase of over 17% compared with 4.07 million visitors in 1Q2018, reported The Star today.
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Melaka river pollution: Adly ready for Melcat session
MELAKA (May 30): Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari said today that he is ready to give his statement to the Melaka Special Select Committee on Competency, Accountability, and Transparency (Melcat) in ...
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Tourist arrivals in Melaka increased to 4.79 million, says chief minister
MELAKA, May 30 ― The number of tourists to Melaka increased to 4.79 million in the first three months of this year compared to 4.07 million during the same period last year, said Chief Minister Adly...
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Melcat to probe into pollution of Malacca River
MALACCA: The Malacca Special Select Committee on Competency, Accountability, and Transparency (Melcat) will conduct an investigation on the pollution of Malacca River, which was alleged to have occurr...
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RM1.5m grant approved for 150 village community management councils in Melaka
MELAKA, May 29 — The Rural Development Ministry approved a RM1.5 million grant to the Village Community Management Council (MPKK) for the first phase of its distribution in Melaka this year.
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MBMB encourages public to adopt stray cats, dogs
MALACCA: The Malacca Historical City Council is inviting the public to the Community Infrastructure and Logistics Department (JIKL) at the Logistics Complex in Batu Berendam here to adopt stray animal...
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National Day festivities in Melaka
MELAKA: Melaka is set to host the upcoming National Day month-long celebrations and Fly the Jalur Gemilang campaign under the Pa­ka­tan Harapan government.
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Launch of National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang campaign in Malacca on Aug 3
MALACCA: The launch of National Month and Fly the Jalur Gemilang campaign will be held in Malacca on Aug 3, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo announced.
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Melaka authorities rushing to give mega bazaar a mega shine
MELAKA: The pioneer mega Ramadan bazaar here is losing its “lustre” and the state government is working hard to revive it.
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Primary Industry Ministry proposes to expand kenaf planting, says deputy minister
MELAKA, May 18 — The Primary Industry Ministry will be expanding kenaf planting projects in the effort to assist smallholders support the usage of the material in the biodegradable utensil (BDU) ind...
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Court remands polytechnic lecturer, company manager over false claims probe
MELAKA, May 17 ― A lecturer at a Polytechnic in Merlimau and a supplier company manager have been remanded seven days starting today to assist in the investigation of false claims amounting to RM204...
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Lecturer and contractor nabbed over cheating case
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) nabbed a lecturer and a contractor over alleged cheating case on Thurday.The duo, both aged 38, was remanded for seven days until May 22 at the magistra...
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LPM, Scientex Heights to develop mixed-residential project worth RM438.72 mil
MELAKA (May 15): Melaka Housing Board (LPM) is collaborating with Scientex Heights Sdn Bhd to develop a mixed-residential project valued at RM438.72 million in Durian Tunggal, Alor Gajah here.
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LPM, Scientex Heights to develop mixed-residential project worth RM438.72 mil
MELAKA (May 15): Melaka Housing Board (LPM) is collaborating with Scientex Heights Sdn Bhd to develop a mixed-residential project valued at RM438.72 million in Durian Tunggal, Alor Gajah here.
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Cybernic centre offers hope
MELAKA: After he suffered a fall in August last year, young Mohd Mizan Nazran Mohd Razlan became paraplegic and felt really down.
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Minister hails groundbreaking medical robot suit treatment in Melaka
MELAKA, May 13 — Malaysia is the first country in the Asean region and fourth in the world to offer Cyberdyne Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) treatment, an innovative medical technology to treat patien...
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Grab opportunities in US$7t global halal industry, entrepreneurs urged
MELAKA, April 28 — Local entrepreneurs should aim for at least five per cent of the global halal product market, estimated to be worth US$7 trillion, said Entrepreneur Development Minister Datuk Ser...
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Only 12.5% of TB cases last year involved foreigners
MALACCA: Only about 12.5% or 3,242 of the total 25,837 tuberculosis (TB) cases last year involved foreigners in this country, according to Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Minister: Public must know the role of Malay Rulers
MELAKA: The rakyat must be given a clear understanding of the position of the Malay Rulers, which has been enshrined in the Federal Constitution, to ensure that they do not insult the institution, said Min­ister in the Prime Minister’s Dep­­art­ment Senator P. Waytha Moorthy.
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Public need clearer understanding on special position of Malay Rulers: Waytha
MALACCA: The “rakyat” (people) must be given a clear understanding of the position of the Malay Rulers, which has been enshrined in the Federal Constitution, to ensure that they do not insult the ...
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Need to inform citizens about Rulers and Constitution, says minister
MELAKA: The people must be given a clear understanding of the position of the Malay Rulers, which has been enshrined in the Federal Constitution, to ensure that they do not insult the institution, sai...
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Public needs to be clear on role of Malay rulers, says Waytha
The people need to know the role of the King and Malay Rulers so that they have a better understanding of how to maintain peace and harmony in the country, said National Unity and Social Wellbeing Min...
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Waytha Moorty: Need for public to know clearly role of Malay rulers
MELAKA, April 20 — The “rakyat” (people) must be given a clear understanding of the position of the Malay Rulers, which has been enshrined in the Federal Constitution, to ensure that they do no...
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Scrap dealer, lorry driver fined for unauthorised waste dumping
MALACCA: A scrap dealer and a lorry driver were fined RM10,000 each, in default five months’ jail, by the Ayer Keroh sessions court here today for unauthorised dumping of controlled solid waste, com...
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Malacca passes proposal to limit CM's tenure to two terms
The Malacca state legislative assembly today passed a proposal to limit the chief minister's tenure to two terms.
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Chef Wan surprises ‘Kindness Workshop’ in Malacca
AYER KEROH: Datuk Chef Wan gave teachers and students here a special surprise when he showed up at the #StandTogether Kindness Tour workshop at SMK Ayer Keroh.
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PKNM, Dayang Enterprise, Main Velocity ink MOU for O&G venture
MELAKA, March 12 — The Malacca State Development Corporation via its subsidiary, PKNM Sdn Bhd, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Dayang Enterprise Sdn Bhd and Main Velocity Sdn Bhd...
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‘Anak’ urges Govt to reclaim Felda assets from FGV
MELAKA (March 7): The National Felda Settlers' Children’s Association (Anak) has proposed to the Government to reclaim the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) assets leased to Kumpulan FGV Ho...
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Reclaim assets to revive Felda, say children of settlers
MELAKA: The National Felda Settlers’ Children’s Association (Anak) has proposed to the government to reclaim Felda’s assets leased to Kumpulan FGV in an effort to revive the agency.
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‘Anak’ urges Govt to reclaim Felda assets from FGV
MELAKA (March 6): The National Felda Settlers' Children’s Association (Anak) has proposed to the Government to reclaim the Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) assets leased to Kumpulan FGV Ho...
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Anak urges Putrajaya to reclaim Felda assets from FGV
The National Felda Settlers' Children’s Association (Anak) has proposed that the government reclaim Felda assets leased to FGV Holdings Bhd to revive the agency.
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PKR Wanita: Draw up sexual harassment act
MELAKA, Feb 23 — The Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) Women wing has urged the government to speed up effort to formulate the Sexual Harassment Act to protect women.
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