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RM2.4bil in ‘coal-caine’ seized
GEORGE TOWN: A staggering 12 tonnes of black cocaine, hidden in 60 tonnes of coal, was seized by police in what’s been described by Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador as the...
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12 tonnes of cocaine worth $791m seized
GEORGE TOWN • In the biggest drug haul seen in Malaysia, police in Penang have seized 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4 billion (S$791 million) that traffickers had tried to pass off as coal.
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Police cripple international drug syndicate's attempt to smuggle cocaine worth...
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 20): Police crippled an international drug smuggling syndicate by seizing 60 tonnes of charcoal containing about 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4 billion at the North Butterworth Con...
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Cocaine worth RM2.4b seized in Malaysia’s largest haul
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 20 — Police crippled an international drug smuggling syndicate by seizing 60 tonnes of charcoal containing about 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4 billion at the North Butterworth C...
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Cops make huge RM2.4b cocaine haul
GEORGE TOWN: Police made their biggest drug bust so far this year when RM2.4 billion worth of cocaine weighing 12 tonnes were seized from the cargo docks at the Butterworth wharf earlier this month.
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Hearing for Penang woman in fatal wrong way driving case set for Nov
BUKIT MERTAJAM, Sept 20 — The Magistrate’s Court today fixed November 27 to 29 to hear the case of a teenage girl who drove against the traffic which resulted in the death of a man.
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Malaysia's biggest drug bust: 12 tonnes of cocaine worth S$791m seized in Penang
GEORGE TOWN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - In the biggest drug haul ever seen in Malaysia, police seized 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4 billion (S$791 million) here.
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Country's biggest drug bust: 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4bil seized in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: In the biggest drug haul ever seen in Malaysia, police seized 12 tonnes of cocaine worth RM2.4bil here.
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CityONE blast: Court postpones cases over unclear charges presented by Dosh
KUCHING: Two companies which were supposed to be charged in court yesterday in connection with the fatal blast at CityONE Megamall here last December, had their cases postponed due to issues with the ...
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Woman gatecrashes Dzul, Guan Eng’s press conference over telco tower
GEORGE TOWN: A woman who claims that radiation from a telecommunications tower near her home caused a family member to die of cancer decided to gatecrash a press conference held by Finance Minister Li...
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Devotees break flower garland record
BUTTERWORTH: Some 300 devotees achieved a record-breaking feat by tying a flower garland measuring 150m at the Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple in Jalan Todak...
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Technological revolution must be handled wisely to maintain unity: CM
BUTTERWORTH: The technological revolution needs to be handled wisely for the sake of national unity, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow (pix).
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Penang CM: Technological revolution must be handled wisely to maintain unity
BUTTERWORTH, Sept 16 — The technological revolution needs to be handled wisely for the sake of national unity, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
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Seberang Perai becomes country’s largest city
BUTTERWORTH: Penang’s mainland Seberang Perai was declared a city today, making it the country’s largest city council covering 747sq km.
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Dzulkefly: Drastic spike in dengue cases in the country this year
BUTTERWORTH: The number of dengue cases in the country has shot up drastically by 81.8% to 93,344 cases in the last nine months compared with last year, says Health...
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Government to focus on salary and job opportunity aspects: Lim
BUTTERWORTH: In line with the aspiration of the Mutual Wealth Vision 2021-2030, the government will focus on bridging the income gap by looking at several aspects including creating more job opportuni...
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Staggering 81.1% increase in dengue cases
BUTTERWORTH: The number of dengue cases in the country this year increased drastically by 81.8% compared to last year, with 93,344 cases recorded from January until Sept 7, Health Minister Datuk Seri ...
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Putrajaya to focus on reasonable salary, job opportunities - Lim
In line with the aspiration of the Mutual Wealth Vision 2021-2030, the government will focus on bridging the income gap by looking at several aspects including creating more job opportunities and ensu...
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Inability to stem tide of non-communicable diseases reason behind premature deaths
BUTTERWORTH: Malaysia has a higher rate of premature deaths than other neighbouring countries because it is unable to contain the spread of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to Health Minist...
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Government to focus on salary and job opportunity aspects – Lim
Lim Guan Eng – Bernama file photo BUTTERWORTH: In line with the aspiration of the Mutual Wealth Vision 2021-2030, the government will focus on bridging the income gap by looking at several aspects ...
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No unusual hike in number of haze-related illnesses
BUTTERWORTH: There has been no recorded extraordinary increase in the number of haze-related illnesses, Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad said.
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Finance minister: Govt remains focused on bridging income gap
BUTTERWORTH, Sept 15 — In line with the aspiration of the Mutual Wealth Vision 2021-2030, the government will focus on bridging the income gap by looking at several aspects including creating more j...
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80pc jump in dengue cases nationwide this year, says health minister
BUTTERWORTH, Sept 15 — The number of dengue cases in the country this year increased drastically by 81.8 per cent compared to last year, with 93,344 cases recorded from January until September 7, He...
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Dzulkefly Ahmad: Govt firm on smoking ban enforcement date at eateries
BUTTERWORTH: The Government will not make any U-turn over its decision to enforce a smoking ban at all eateries nationwide.
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Health Ministry applies for allocation for E-Medical Record system under 2020 budget
KUANTAN: The Health Ministry has applied for an allocation under the 2020 Budget to enable it to institute an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system, which it believes is vital towards bringing about ...
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Health Ministry applies for allocation for EMR system under 2020 Budget
KUANTAN (Sept 13): The Health Ministry has applied for an allocation under the 2020 Budget to enable it to set up an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system, which it believes is vital towards bringing...
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Thanks, RTM, for a great movie
THANK you RTM for screening the critically acclaimed Hindi movie Pink over TV2 on Wednesday at 9.30pm.
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Penang undersea tunnel project cleared or not, asks MCA
PETALING JAYA: MCA today urged the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to clarify the status of the RM6.3 billion undersea tunnel and three roads project following what it called conflicting s...
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Penang restricts outdoor activities as air quality reaches unhealthy level
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 12 — The Penang state government has ordered the cancellation of all outdoor activities and sports in view of the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Socso chief: Alarming rise in accident death payouts
BUTTERWORTH: A total of RM315.96mil was paid out in compensation to commuting accident victims for five months this year, said Social Security Organisation (Socso) chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohammed Azman Aziz Mohammed.
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Businessman and grab driver suffer huge losses in investment fraud
KEPALA BATAS, Sept 10 — A businessman suffered a loss of RM181,209 after he became a victim of a fraudulent investment syndicate in Butterworth, near here last Thursday.
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Massage centres offering sex services raided, 11 detained
BUTTERWORTH: Dozens of unused condoms were found at a reflexology centre here in a raid conducted through a joint operation by the Penang Immigration Department on Saturday.
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Massage centres offering 'extra' services raided, 11 detained
BUTTERWORTH (Bernama): Dozens of unused condoms were found at a reflexology centre here in a raid conducted through a joint operation by the Penang Immigration...
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Unimech to tie up with Japanese company
BUTTERWORTH: Industrial valve maker Unimech Group Bhd (UGB) plans to boost its export business under a tie-up with a Japanese strategic partner.
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Details on drug decriminalisation still being ironed out, says deputy minister
DETAILS on the move to decriminalise drug addiction are still being fine-tuned.
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Reject boycott campaign, buy Malaysian instead, says Guan Eng
ALOR SETAR: The public should reject the campaign to boycott products of non-Muslims or Bumiputeras and should prioritise buying Malaysian goods.
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Buy Malaysian products first: Saifuddin
BUTTERWORTH: Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail (pix) today called on the public to generally buy Malaysian products first rather than only to focus on b...
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Buy Malaysian products first - Saifuddin Nasution
Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Saifuddin Nasution Ismail today called on the public to generally buy Malaysian products first rather than only to focus on buying products of bumiputeras.
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Saifuddin Nasution: ‘Buy Muslim first’? Everyone should ‘buy Malaysian first’
BUTTERWORTH, Sept 7 — Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail today called on the public to generally buy Malaysian products first rather than only to focus...
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Seberang Jaya passport counters closed
BUTTERWORTH: The passport counters at the state Immigration Department headquarters in Seberang Jaya here will be closed from Monday till Oct 31 to facilitate renovation and rewiring works.
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State eyes Digital Penang Corporation to oversee smart city initiatives
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 5 — The state government here is planning to set up an umbrella body called the Digital Penang Corporation (DPC) to coordinate its various smart city initiatives, said exco member ...
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Haze in Penang, API at 90
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 4 — Penang has been shrouded in haze since yesterday, with several locations in the state recording moderate Air Pollutant Index (API) readings of between 79 and 90, just below unh...
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In Penang, man braces for loss of family home – again
GEORGE TOWN: Charles Lawrence Byrne was only 13 when his family was forced to relocate from their home in Butterworth to make way for a railway station and train track from Perai.
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OSK to launch two new projects
PETALING JAYA: OSK Holdings Bhd will be launching two new projects in Seremban and Sungai Petani, Kedah, with a combined gross development value (GDV) of RM271.57mil for the second half of 2019.
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Illegals nabbed in Penang
BUTTERWORTH: Eighteen illegal migrants were nabbed by the Immigration Department at Penang Sentral here, reported Bernama.
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Immigration rope 18 foreigners at Penang Sentral
BUTTERWORTH: A group of foreigners who used the Maal Hijrah holiday to meet up with their friends landed in trouble when Penang Immigration Department swooped in on them at Penang Sentral, here today.
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Council staff work overtime to clear rubbish after parade in Penang
Long after those attending the early morning National Day parade have gone home, workers of the Seberang Prai Municipal Council were kept busy cleaning up the venue at Padang Pemuda Merdeka in Butterw...
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Participants turn up early for morning walk
GEORGE TOWN: Armed with Jalur Gemilang and colourful balloons, thousands of Penangites thronged the streets during the #AnakAnak­Malaysia Walk here at Eco...
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Council staff work overtime to clear rubbish
BUTTERWORTH: Long after those attending the early morning National Day parade had gone home, workers of the local council here were kept busy cleaning up the Padang Pemuda Merdeka.
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Council staff work overtime to clear rubbish
Long after those attending the early morning National Day parade have gone home, workers of the Seberang Prai Municipal Council were kept busy cleaning up the venue at Padang Pemuda Merdeka in Butterw...
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Feeling blue over present state of the nation
I USED to take part in the Merdeka Day parades and celebrations when I was in school and later while I was serving in the Royal Malaysian Air Force.
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Penang Immigration Dept denies officers hit Indonesian worker during ops
BUTTERWORTH (Bernama): The Penang Immigration Department (JIM) has denied that its officers were rough and had slapped an Indonesian worker during an integrated operation in Seberang Prai two days ago.
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Penang immigration dept denies rough treatment by officers
BUTTERWORTH: The Penang Immigration Department has denied that its officers were rough and had slapped an Indonesian worker during an integrated operation in Seberang Prai three days ago.
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Crowds make beeline for free tickets to ‘Ola Bola the Musical’
GEORGE TOWN: The walkway outside Majestic Theatre in Jalan Phee Choon here was abuzz with crowds lining up for free tickets to watch Ola Bola the Musical as part of...
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Pupils’ message in bottles on patriotism and environment
BUTTERWORTH: In a mighty show of love for the nation and the environment, a group of pupils and teachers made a Jalur Gemilang entirely with used plastic bottles.
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133 petrol stations in Penang participate in GTSP
BUTTERWORTH: One hundred and thirty-three petrol stations in the state of Penang are collaborating with the Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) to become locations for the public to seek preliminary assistan...
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Govt focused on maintaining old public buildings
BUTTERWORTH: Rehabilitating old government buildings and addressing living costs concerns are among the key thrusts in the proposed Budget 2020.
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Stern action if contractor cartel allegations found to be true: Guan Eng
BUTTERWORTH: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today said contractors found to have been ganging up to win government contracts will have stern action taken against them.
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Open tender for Perak-Penang raw water transfer project
BUTTERWORTH: The Finance Ministry has decided to go with a Request for Proposal (RFP) open tender on the proposed collaboration between the public and private sectors in the supply of raw water from P...
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Stern action if contractor cartel allegations found true, says Guan Eng
BUTTERWORTH (Bernama): Contractors found to have been ganging up to win government contracts will have stern action taken against them, says Finance Minister...
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Stern action if claims of ‘contractor cartels’ bidding for jobs true, says Lim
BUTTERWORTH: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today said contractors found to have been ganging up to form cartels to win government contracts will have stern action taken against them.
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Detailed assessment of Perak-Penang raw water transfer project
BUTTERWORTH: The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Unit will carry out a detailed assessment of the project to transfer raw water from Sungai Perak to Penang.
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Stern action if contractor cartel allegations found true – Guan Eng
Lim Guan Eng – Bernama file photo BUTTERWORTH: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today said contractors found to have been ganging up to win government contracts will have stern action taken against th...
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Detailed assessment of Perak-Penang raw water transfer project going on
BUTTERWORTH: The Public Private Partnership Unit will carry out a detailed assessment of the project to transfer raw water from Sungai Perak to Penang.
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Guan Eng warns stern action against alleged contractor ‘cartels’
BUTTERWORTH, Aug 25 — Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng today said contractors found to have been ganging up to win government contracts will have stern action taken against them.
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Manhunt for two criminals after shootout at condo
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are hot on the heels of two criminals who managed to flee after a shootout.
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142 nabbed in anti-drug operations
BUTTERWORTH: A total of 144 men, including two drug traffickers, were arrested in a two-week anti-drug operation in Ujung Batu here.
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Prasarana receives green light to work on upgrading Penang ferries
GEORGE TOWN: Prasarana Malaysia Berhad has received the green light from the Transport Ministry to upgrade the centuries old ferries that ply the between Butterworth and Penang.
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Police investigate upside-down flag case in Butterworth
BUTTERWORTH: Police have recorded statements from an elderly woman to assist investigations into claims that the national flag (Jalur Gemilang) was hung upside down at her father’s house in Teluk Ai...
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Police investigate upside down flag case in Butterworth
BUTTERWORTH, Aug 23 — Police have recorded statements from an elderly woman to assist investigations into claims that the national flag (Jalur Gemilang) was hung upside down at her father’s house ...
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Lorry protection: Another RTD personnel claims trial to bribery charges
BUTTERWORTH: Another Penang Road Transport Department (RTD) enforcement personnel pleaded not guilty in the sessions court here yesterday, to eight counts of receiving bribes amounting RM6,300, as ind...
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Process of public inspection of Penang LRT project begins
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 21): The Penang state government began a three-month public inspection process from yesterday to obtain the views of the people in the state over a Bayan Lepas-Komtar Light Rapid Tran...
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Human skeleton found in building in Penang
BUTTERWORTH, Aug 21 — A human skeleton with a missing leg bone was found by a man on the upper floor of an abandoned five-storey building in Jalan Bagan Luar, here yesterday, said Seberang Perai Uta...
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Man finds human skeleton in abandoned building
BUTTERWORTH: A human skeleton with a missing leg bone was found by a man on the upper floor of an abandoned five-storey building in Jalan Bagan Luar, here yesterday, said Seberang Perai Utara (SPU) Di...
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Human skeleton found in building in Penang
BUTTERWORTH (Bernama): A human skeleton with a missing leg bone was found by a man on the upper floor of an abandoned five-storey building in Jalan Bagan Luar, here on Tuesday (Aug 20), said Seberang Perai Utara (SPU) District Police Chief, ACP Noorzainy Mohd Noor on Wednesday (Aug 21).
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Process of public inspection of LRT project begins
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 20): The Penang state government began a three-month public inspection process from yesterday to obtain the views of the people in the state over a Bayan Lepas-Komtar Light Rapid Tran...
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Process of public inspection of LRT project begins
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang state government began a three-month public inspection process from yesterday to obtain the views of the people in the state over a Bayan Lepas-Komtar Light Rapid Transit (LRT)...
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PBAPP denies claim about 72-hour water supply disruption
GEORGE TOWN: Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) denies a rumour today claiming that a major water pipeline between Butterworth and the island here had burst and would disrupt supply over the ...
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Penang requests RM10b funding for transport blueprint from 12th Malaysian Plan
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 20 — The Penang state government said today it is hoping to get funding of RM10 billion for its Penang Transport Master Plan (PTMP) through the roll-out of the 12th Malaysian Plan n...
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Police imposter who robbed victim detained
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Police have detained a man barely 24 hours after he impersonated as a police staff before robbing a hotel receptionist outside its premises in Jalan Permatang Batu, here yesterday.
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'Find My Phone' app leads to bogus cop who robbed hotel receptionist
BUKIT MERTAJAM (Bernama): Police have detained a man barely 24 hours after he impersonated a police officer before robbing a hotel receptionist in Jalan Permatang Batu here early Sunday (Aug 18) morning.
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Over 1,000 people pay respects to late wife of restaurant chain founder
BUTTERWORTH: More than 1,000 people thronged the residence of V. Harikrishnan in Taman Riang here Saturday (Aug 18) to pay their respects to his late wife K. Puvaneswary.
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Penang fishermen ask governor to intervene in reclamation projects
GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s fishermen made an impassioned plea to Governor Abdul Rahman Abbas to use his influence in calling off the sea reclamation projects which they say are affecting their livelihood...
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BN, not PH, approved Butterworth reclamation, says Penang exco man
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today said a 650ha reclamation project along the Butterworth shore was approved by the Barisan Nasional-led state government in the 1990s and there is no way to canc...
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Fight against reclamation intensifies
GEORGE TOWN: Penangites have upped the ante in their fight to protect the environment.
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Boss of popular Indian restaurant chain loses wife in accident
GEORGE TOWN: The wife of the man who runs a popular Indian restaurant chain in Penang died on the spot this morning when their car crashed into a tree on the North-South Expressway.
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Fishermen want Penang govt to rehabilitate sea water
GEORGE TOWN (Aug 15): The Fishermen's Association of Penang (Pen Mutiara) urged the state government to rehabilitate the state’s sea water which is believed to be polluted by the sea reclamation p...
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Restaurant chain shuts doors for one day after owner's wife dies in accident
GEORGE TOWN: Popular restaurant chain Sri Anandha Bahwan closed all its restaurants Thursday (Aug 15) as a mark respect for owner V. Harikrishnan's wife, who was killed in an accident near Taiping.
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Fishermen want Penang govt to rehabilitate sea water
GEORGE TOWN: The Fishermen’s Association of Penang (Pen Mutiara) urged the state government to rehabilitate the state’s sea water, which is believed to be polluted by the sea reclamation project b...
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Fishermen urge Penang to rehabilitate seawater before PSR
The Fishermen's Association of Penang (Pen Mutiara) today urged the state government to rehabilitate seawater which is believed to be polluted by sea reclamation projects, before embarking on any new ...
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Dept seizes powdered egg yolk with no import permit
BUTTERWORTH: The Department of Malaysian Quarantine and In­­spection Services (Maqis) has seized powdered egg yolk brought illegally into the country from India at Dermaga Air Dalam (DAD) here.
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Now, Butterworth fishermen have to contend with reclamation
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Fishermen’s Association (Pen Mutiara) today called on the state government to cancel a reclamation project off the waters near Butterworth, citing environmental and fishery c...
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Penang Maqis seizes powdered egg yolk with no import permit
BUTTERWORTH: The Department of Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services (Maqis) has seized powdered egg yolk from India brought into the country without a valid import permit at Dermaga Air Dalam ...
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Close shave for family preparing for Raya
KEPALA BATAS: Preparations for the Hari Raya Haji celebrations did not go as planned for production planner Amar Syaqiq Khawahjah when a freak storm brought down a giant tree at his home in Kampung Permatang Bertam here.
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Three evacuation centres opened in Penang after storm
BUTTERWORTH (Aug 10): Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last nigh...
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Three evacuation centres open in Penang after storm
BUTTERWORTH: Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last night and 12....
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Three evacuation centres open in Penang after storm
BUTTERWORTH, Aug 10 ― Three evacuation centres in Seberang Perai and George Town have been opened to house 71 people after a thunderstorm and strong winds damaged their homes between 10.30pm last ni...
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Malaysia lashed by storm, causing havoc in Penang, Kedah, Perlis
BUTTERWORTH/ALOR SETAR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Parts of Malaysia were lashed by a severe storm on Friday (Aug 9) leaving uprooted trees and debris in several states including Penang, where five...
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Storm lashes Penang, leaving trail of damage
BUTTERWORTH: A strong gush of wind was all it took to wreck havoc and injure five people as objects crashed and toppled on them here.
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Freak storm and strong winds wreak havoc in Penang, Kedah and Perlis
GEORGE TOWN: A downpour coupled with strong winds close to 50kph battered most parts of Perlis, Kedah and Penang last night, uprooting many trees and causing damage to property.
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