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Topic: Bukit Merah

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Syariah Court judge and cop remanded over bribery
IPOH: A lower Syariah Court judge here has been remanded for five days for allegedly taking a bribe to settle a khalwat case involving a police inspector.
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Syariah Court judge, policeman remanded over bribery case in Ipoh
IPOH: A 37-year-old judge from Ipoh’s Lower Syariah Court has been remanded for five days starting today to assist in the investigation of a bribery for settling a khalwat case of a police officer.
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MACC probing judge, cop for khalwat bribery
IPOH, Sept 11 — A lower Shariah Court judge and a policeman will be detained for five days from today in connection with a bribery case.
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Five-day remand for Syariah Court judge over khalwat bribery case
IPOH: A lower Syariah Court judge here has been remanded for five days in connection with an alleged bribery case.
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Too many unanswered questions to allow Lynas to operate, DAP MP tells Pakatan govt
KUALA LUMPUR, Sep 3 — Bentong MP Wong Tack has condemned Putrajaya’s decision to extend Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd’s operating license by six months.
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DAP division moots "Buy Australian Last" campaign over plastic, Lynas waste
JOHOR BARU: A DAP division here is urging Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahatir Mohamad to launch a "Buy Australian Last" campaign to pressure Australia into taking back all the plastic waste it illegally dumped in Malaysia.
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Is it worth having Lynas in Malaysia?
LETTER | Is it worth having Lynas in Malaysia?
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Lynas will be monitored to ensure conditions are met, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR: Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin gave an assurance today that Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd will be monitored to make sure the conditions for the...
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Don’t help Lynas with permanent disposal facility, MP urges Pahang govt
PETALING JAYA: Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh has called on the Pahang government not to allow Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd to establish a permanent disposal facility (PDF) to store its water leach purification (...
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Yoursay: Should DAP leave the Harapan gov’t?
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Open letter to my PM Dr Mahathir on Zakir Naik — Ravinder Singh
AUGUST 14 — My humble appeal to you Sir, is not to wait until “nasi dah jadi bubur” before coming to your good senses about the radical, racist, agenda of Dr Zakir Naik.
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'Mahathir mudah lupa'
LETTER | Talking about Lynas, not very long ago, Dr Mahathir Mohamad had lamented that because of the Asian Rare Earth (ARE) factory's radioactive waste in Bukit Merah, Batu Gajah, Malaysia had lost o...
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Aidiladha exodus: Heavy traffic reported on major highways as at 4pm
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 10 — Traffic flow on major highways is reported to be slow moving as at 4pm today as more people rush back to their respective hometowns in conjunction with the Aidiladha celebrati...
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Lynas - cabinet must uphold 'Promise 39' of manifesto
MP SPEAKS | After a series of expensive advertorials by Lynas in almost all local mainstream media, it was reported by the media yesterday that an “unnamed official source” said that the cabinet w...
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Lynas poses risk of another 80’s radioactive tragedy, says green group
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Nature Society (MNS) has warned of a repeat of the Bukit Merah tragedy if the government exempts Lynas Malaysia from laws to control radioactive waste.
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Awed by the beauty
I RECENTLY did a self-drive holiday in Malaysia with my family and am awed by your country’s beauty.
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Heavy and orderly traffic as holiday-goers make their way home
PETALING JAYA: The traffic flow from the north along the North-South Highway heading towards the Klang Valley is slow, according to Plus Malaysia Head of Operations Excellence Mohd Yusuf Aziz.
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‘Balik bandar’ traffic in full swing
KUALA LUMPUR: The “balik kampung” routine for Aidilftri is over and the ‘balik bandar” rush to get back to schools and workplaces in the heavily populated Klang Valley tomorrow started very ea...
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Heavy traffic on major highways as 'balik bandar' rush in full swing
KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — The “balik kampung” routine for Aidilftri is over and the ‘balik bandar” rush to get back to schools and workplaces in the heavily populated Klang Valley  tomorrow s...
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Traffic slow on major highways on third day of Hari Raya
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Traffic on several major highways is reported to be slow as at 5.50pm Friday (June 7).
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Traffic slow-moving on major highways
KUALA LUMPUR, June 7 — The traffic flow on several major highways was reported to be slow as at 5.50pm today.
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Fuziah: Media blacked out PM's condition that Lynas ships waste back to Australia
PETALING JAYA: The main condition for renewing the Lynas license is that its waste must be shipped back to Australia, but the media blacked out that part, says Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh.
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Two men detained to help investigations of fatal accident of three Myanmar nationals
BAGAN SERAI: Police have detained two men to help in the investigation of an accident involving an SUV which killed three Myanmar nationals at KM 190.6 of the North-South Expressway near Bukit Merah, ...
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Two men detained to help in investigations of fatal accident of three Myanmar nationals in Perak
BAGAN SERAI, May 20 — Police have detained two men to help in the investigation of an accident case involving an SUV which killed three Myanmar nationals at Kilometre 190.6 of the North-South Expres...
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Malaysian climber dies
SINGAPORE: A Singapore-based Malaysian doctor died today after he was rescued last week from near the summit of Nepal’s Mount Annapurna, where he was stranded for more than 43 hours, according to th...
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Report: M’sian climber dies
SINGAPORE: A Singapore-based Malaysian doctor died on Thursday after he was rescued last week from near the summit of Nepal’s Mount Annapurna, where he was stranded for more than 43 hours, according...
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Malaysian climber rescued from Mt Annapurna dies in Singapore hospital
SINGAPORE (Bernama): A Singapore-based Malaysian doctor died on Thursday (May 2) after he was rescued last week from near the summit of Nepal's Mount Annapurna, where he was stranded for more than 43 hours, according to the portal TODAY.
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Singapore-based Malaysian doctor dies one week after rescue from Nepal mountain
SINGAPORE, May 2 — A Singapore-based Malaysian doctor died today after he was rescued last week from near the summit of Nepal’s Mount Annapurna, where he was stranded for more than 43 hours.
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Why bother visiting Lynas plant, Wong Tack hits back
PETALING JAYA: The chairman of a parliamentary caucus to monitor Lynas Malaysia’s operations in Pahang has defended the no-show by his colleagues for a briefing on the plant’s operation, saying th...
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Perak Irrigation and Drainage Dept: Bukit Merah dam at warning point
KUALA LUMPUR, March 26 — The water line at the Bukit Merah dam in Taiping, Perak has reached the alert level due to the heatwave and dry spell affecting the state, according to the Department of Irr...
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Slow traffic flows at several highways this evening
KUALA LUMPUR: The traffic flows at several main highways are reported to be slow today as of 6pm.
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Datuk Vida suffers RM100k in losses after storm causes damage to warehouse
IPOH: Cosmetics millionaire Datuk Seri Hasmiza Othman (pix) suffered losses estimated at RM100,000 when a powerful storm caused a canvas – storing her skincare items for a warehouse sale that has...
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Vida estimates RM100,000 in storm losses
IPOH, Jan 7 — Cosmetics millionaire, Datuk Seri Hasmiza Othman, suffered losses estimated at RM100,000 when a powerful storm caused a tent housing items for a warehouse sale since January 4 collapse...
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Perak MB: Residents affected by storm to receive aid
IPOH, Jan 6 — The Perak government has advised residents affected by storm this evening to lodge police report to facilitate the channelling of aid.
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Thunderstorm damages more than 20 houses in Ipoh
IPOH: Over 20 houses at Kampung Gugusan Manjoi and Taman Keledang Raya here were damaged during an evening thunderstorm.
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