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Man who threw red paint at places of worship nabbed
JOHOR BARU: Police arrested an unemployed man here earlier yesterday, for allegedly throwing red paint at two places of worship this year.
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Man who threw red paint at places of worship arrested
Police arrested an unemployed man in Johor Bahru this morning for allegedly throwing red paint at two places of worship this year.
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Cops nab man who threw red paint at places of worship
JOHOR BARU, Sept 16 — Police arrested an unemployed man here earlier this morning, for allegedly throwing red paint at two places of worship this year.
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Going coconuts in Johor Baru for a much needed shake
JOHOR BARU: The hot and hazy weather that hit the country is currently giving a boost to a coconut shake trader in the city.
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Johor MB: All schools to remain closed until API drops below 200
JOHOR BARU, Sept 15 — Johor Mentri Besar Datuk Dr Sahruddin Jamal today said that all kindergartens, schools and institutes of learning in the state that have recorded very unhealthy Air Pollutant I...
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Queen says she left Twitter due to personal reasons
PETALING JAYA: Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah says she deactivated her Twitter account out of personal reasons and not because...
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Wear the right face mask during haze: Selangor health dept
SHAH ALAM (Sept 12): Members of the public, especially children, senior citizens and those with respiratory problems, are advised to wear the right type of face masks as a form of protection from the...
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Visibility of KL Tower, Petronas Twin Towers blocked by haze
Popular landmarks in the capital including the country's tallest structures, KL Tower and Petronas Twin Towers, were shrouded by haze as air quality and visibility worsened towards the afternoon.
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Customs arrest man, seized cigarettes and beer worth more than RM3.6m
PETALING JAYA: The Royal Malaysian Customs detained a man and seized cigarettes and alcoholic drinks worth an estimated RM3.6 million including taxes at Port Klang, last Friday.
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Two suspects arrested for house break-in, theft in Star Garden
The two suspects were surrendered to the police after being apprehended by the Stapok Community Policing Unit last Saturday.
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Pregnant teenager beaten by boyfriend
KUALA LUMPUR: A five-month pregnant teenager was injured after she was beaten up by three men, including her boyfriend, in Setapak here.
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Pregnant teen beaten up by boyfriend in Setapak
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): A five-month pregnant teenager was injured after she was beaten up by three men, including her boyfriend, in Setapak here.
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Pregnant teen beaten by three men, including boyfriend, in Setapak
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 6 — A five-month pregnant teenager was injured after she was beaten up by three men, including her boyfriend, in Setapak here.
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Police order Farhash to turn himself in
PETALING JAYA: Police have ordered Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak (pix) to turn himself in to assist the investigation into an armed assault case in Ampang following the arrests o...
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Death row inmate maintains innocence in video plea from jail
PETALING JAYA: A video plea by a death row inmate who was convicted of murder 17 years ago is making the rounds on social media.
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Snag up irresistable BMW & MINI deals at the Premium Selection Fair 2019
BMW Malaysia will be holding their Premium Selection Fair with an exclusive selection of certified BMW Premium Selection vehicles from the 13th to 15th of September 2019.This event will be the largest...
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BMW to host Premium Selection Fair
KUALA LUMPUR: BMW Group Malaysia will play host to its largest pre-owned vehicle fair of the year and will be providing early interest sign-up benefits.
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Poachers target Helmeted Hornbill
PETALING JAYA: The critically endangered Helmeted Hornbill is facing a grave threat from poachers who are after its famed red crown, which is prized by collectors.
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MMEA foils Vietnamese fishing crew who flew Jalur Gemilang on boat
KEMAMAN: They had flown the Jalur Gemilang on their fishing boat in the hope of deceiving the authorities, but it was not to be as the 14 Vietnamese men on board were detained by the Malaysian Maritim...
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Strange sludge washes up at Batu Ferringhi beach
GEORGE TOWN: The waters off Penang’s popular Batu Ferringhi beach appeared to have been heavily polluted since Sunday, disappointing many tourists and visitors for depriving them of a weekend dip in...
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Situation in KLIA under control despite non-functional FIDS at Departure Hall
SEPANG (Bernama): The situation at the KL International Airport (KLIA) was under control on Monday (Aug 26) morning even though the Flight Information Display...
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Calm in KLIA as normalcy returns after network equipment replacement
SEPANG, Aug 25 — The situation at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) remained calm as at 3.30pm today as normal operations resumed after it was hit by network equipment failure for four...
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All peaceful in Brickfields
KUALA LUMPUR: Police will maintain their presence around the Little India water fountain area in Brickfields as a precautionary measure to safeguard public safety.
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KL airport operations seem back to normal after disruption
KUALA LUMPUR • Operations at Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) seemed to be returning to normal yesterday, days after a network failure caused severe disruption to the airport's m...
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Operations at Kuala Lumpur airport improves, with manageable queues
KUALA LUMPUR - Operations at Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) seemed to be more manageable on Saturday (Aug 24), days after a network failure caused severe disruption to the airpor...
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One arrested, two escape in shootout with police
KUALA LUMPUR: A shootout between the police and three suspects ended with one arrest, with the remaining two managing to escape.
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Situation at KLIA improves, manageable queues after equipment change
SEPANG: The situation at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), affected since Wednesday by a systems breakdown, improved today with the main terminal less crowded and manageable queues at the che...
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Situation at KLIA improves, queues manageable
SEPANG (Bernama): The situation at the KL International Airport, which was beset with a systems breakdown, has improved Saturday (Aug 24) with the airport less...
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Fuming passengers and patient ones too at KLIA airport after hours of delay
SEPANG: Thousands of passengers were left exasperated after a first-ever system disruption at both terminals of Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) caused hours of delay.
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Fuming passengers and patient ones too at airport
SEPANG: Thousands of passengers were left exasperated after a first-ever system disruption at both terminals of Kuala Lumpur Interna­tional Airport (KLIA) caused hours of delay.
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Situation at KLIA back to normal after major systems disruption
SEPANG, Aug 22 — KLIA and KLIA2 have returned to relative normalcy after a temporary systems disruption that began last night.
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Kelantan JKM approves RM500 monthly assistance for family that has to scavenge for food scraps
KUALA KRAI: The Social Welfare Department has approved a monthly assistance of RM300 to the family of Muhamad Zuhaidi Safin, 33, whose wife scavenges for discarded chicken skin from a nearby school ca...
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Newsbreak: Petronas aborts award of IHUC contract for the second time
PETROLIAM Nasional Bhd (Petronas) is understood to have aborted the award of a multibillion-ringgit integrated hook-up and commissioning (IHUC) contract, according to industry sources.
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Penang flat blows up as man lights up cigarette
GEORGE TOWN: An early morning puff on a cigarette is believed to have caused a blast that caused extensive damage to an apartment in Paya Terubong here.
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Nigerian's widow calls for inquest into husband's death in Malaysia Immigration custody
PETALING JAYA - The widow of PhD student Thomas Orhions Ewansiha has called for an inquest into her husband's death while in Immigration custody.
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Nigerian's widow calls for inquest into husband's death in Immigration custody
PETALING JAYA: The widow of PhD student Thomas Orhions Ewansiha has called for an inquest into her husband's death while in the custody.
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DPMM suspended by Registrar of Societies over AGM
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): The Malay Chamber of Commerce Malaysia (DPMM) has been suspended by the Registrar of Societies (RoS) over questions surrounding its annual general meeting (AGM). An official fro...
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Looters cash in on storm chaos at trading stalls
KANGAR: About 20 traders at the Dataran 350 petty traders’ centre here lost goods and money either to thieves or to the weather in the chaos which ensued when last night’s strong winds and heavy r...
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Typhoon Lekima leaves a trail of destruction
Checks by The Star revealed the trail of destruction in many areas in the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia after the tail-end of Typhoon Lekima struck on Friday night.
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Traders lose goods to thieves, weather during storm
KANGAR: About 20 traders at the Dataran 350 here ‘lost’ their goods either to thieves or to the weather in the chaos which ensued when last night’s strong winds and heavy rains brought down thei...
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Parcel warning of bomb inside discovered at Miri Airport, containing motorcycle parts that police later blew up
The parcel was detonated by the police for security reasons.
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48 hotspots detected in Malaysia and Indonesia
PETALING JAYA - At least 48 hotspots have been identified in Malaysia and Indonesia as of yesterday, said the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). Its director-general Jailan Simon said...
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Perak immigration detains 21 foreigners in integrated operation
IPOH: Immigration officers in Perak arrested 21 foreigners in an integrated operation at several locations around the city of Ipoh yesterday.
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Haze in Malaysia likely to continue
PETALING JAYA - The haze in the country from the fires in Indonesia is expected to persist due to the southwest monsoon winds, according to the Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). "Our latest ...
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Public uproar over tahfiz student's letter telling female student to cover up
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 6 — A tahfiz student who urged a senior female student to cover her modesty caught the attention of social media users today.
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Thief steals cop's gun, bullets from Padang Tembak home
A pistol and 15 bullets belonging to a senior police officer were stolen during a break-in at his home at the police quarters in Padang Tembak, at 5.30am yesterday.
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Policeman’s pistol and bullets stolen by thief
KOTA BARU: A pistol and 15 bullets belonging to a senior policeman were stolen during a break-in at his home at the police quarters in Padang Tembak here, at 5.30am yesterday.
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Senior policeman in Kelantan loses pistol and bullets in house break-in
KOTA BARU, Aug 5 — A pistol and 15 bullets belonging to a senior policeman were stolen during a break-in at his home at the police quarters in Padang Tembak here, at 5.30am on Sunday.
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Open all Penang airport counters, airlines told again
PETALING JAYA: The country’s main airport operator has repeated its call to airlines to fully utilise check-in counters allocated them to help ease the congestion at Penang International Airport.
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Incomplete explosive device found in KL house after hoax
KUALA LUMPUR • Malaysian police have found an incomplete improvised explosive device (IED) in a house in an upmarket residential area in Kuala Lumpur.
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Unfinished explosive device found in Kuala Lumpur house
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police found an incomplete Improvised Explosive Device (IED) at a house in an upmarket residential area located at the fringe of Kuala Lumpur on T...
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Malaysians brace for hazy days
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - With Indonesia battling forests fires in Riau, Malaysians are bracing for a spell of haze and smog.
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Unfinished explosive device found in KL house; bomb threats fake, say police
An incomplete Improvised Explosive Device (IED) was found in a house in Bukit Damansara on Thursday (Aug 1) night.
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Malaysians told to brace for hazy days
With Indonesia battling forests fires in Riau, Malaysians are bracing for a spell of haze and smog.
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Penang airport operator blames airlines for congestion
GEORGE TOWN: The operator of Penang International Airport (PIA) today dismissed claims by an airline that the airport had become too congested because of poor design.
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MAHB: Airlines in Penang International Airport need to do their part
KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 — Airlines operating at Penang International Airport (PEN) should do their part by ensuring enough airline staff are on the ground to facilitate the check-in process, said Mala...
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Airlines also need to do their part, MAHB tells AirAsia in response to '...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 29): Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) says local airlines operating out of Penang International Airport (PIA) are also to be blamed for the long queues at the airport.
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Sea of waste found on banks of Sungai Muda in Kedah
SUNGAI PETANI: A dumping ground of mostly electronic waste (e-waste) close to the size of six football fields has been uncovered on the banks of Sungai Muda – the primary source of water for close t...
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In Johor, senior citizen left devastated after house mistakenly demolished
JOHOR BARU, July 25 — What started as a regular day for senior citizen Ainon Musa, turned into horror after she claimed that a contractor hired by a developer had accidentally levelled her house in ...
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(Video) Concern raised over cigarette-like candy sold to kids
PETALING JAYA: Children are learning to smoke at an early age, no thanks to a new candy that resembles cigarettes.
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Water supply restored in 94% of areas in Selangor at noon
KUALA LUMPUR: Restoration of water supply in the seven regions in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur affected by unscheduled disruptions due to odour-pollution was at 67% at noon today.
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Water supply restored in 94pc of areas in Selangor, KL at noon
KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 — Restoration of water supply in the seven regions in Selangor and Kuala Lumpur affected by unscheduled disruptions due to odour-pollution was at 67 per cent at noon today.
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IWK: Prompt clean-up ops taken after black oil detected at sewage treatment plant in Batang Kali
PETALING JAYA: A thick layer of black oil that was found at the entry point of the sewage treatment plant in Batang Kali was quickly cleaned up after it was detected, says Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd (IWK).
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Petty thief stealing drain cover caught
KOTA KINABALU: A local man whose “job” was stealing drain covers around the suburb of Inanam here was caught by police on Thursday.
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Improper handling of a pesticide by nearby farm workers led to pupils falling sick
PORT DICKSON: A probe by the authorities found that "human error" led to 22 pupils at SK Linggi falling sick after workers sprayed a pesticide at a chilli farm near here last Thursday (July 18).
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Water treatment plants back in operation
SHAH ALAM: The Sungai Selangor Phase 1, 2, 3 and Rantau Panjang water treatment plants which temporarily ceased operations yesterday due to odour pollution were resumed operations this morning.
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36 foreigners detained in raids at Siamese restaurants, outlets
TASEK GELUGOR: Five Thai nationals who were working at a Thai restaurant in Jalan Hashim Awang ran helter-skelter with ladles still in their hands to escape arrest in an integrated operation conducted...
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Water treatment plants back in operation
SHAH ALAM (July 20): The Sungai Selangor Phase 1, 2, 3 and Rantau Panjang water treatment plants which ceased operations yesterday due to odour pollution were fully restored this morning.
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Deputy public prosecutor, cops and lawyer nabbed for involvement in bribery ring
PETALING JAYA, July 19 — The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) arrested a deputy public prosecutor (DPP), a lawyer and six policemen for allegedly taking bribes to secure the release of il...
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6 illegal factories crippled after water, electricity supply cut
KUALA SELANGOR: Six illegal plastic processing plants in Kuala Selangor were ‘crippled’ after the electricity and water supply at the premises were cut off in an integrated operation involving six...
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Officials cripple 6 illegal factories with water, power cut
KUALA SELANGOR: Six illegal plastic processing plants in Kuala Selangor were left crippled after authorities shut off electricity and water supply at the premises in an integrated operation involving ...
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Illegal factories crippled after water, electricity supply cut in Kuala Selangor
KUALA SELANGOR, July 18 — Six illegal plastic processing plants in Kuala Selangor were ‘crippled’ after the electricity and water supply at the premises were cut off in an integrated operation i...
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Loan shark banners, posters removed in two-hour operation
KUANTAN: Over 900 pieces of banners and posters advertising illegal money lending services were taken down during a two-hour operation here today.
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Audit Report : PLKP equipment usage not optimised, 680 units untraceable
MALACCA: A total of 4,488 units of the Industrial Skills Training Programme (PLKP) training equipment managed by the Malacca State Economic Planning Unit (UPEN) were not used at optimum level while 68...
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Nigerian tried to flee during raid, says Immigration
PETALING JAYA: Nigerian native Thomas Orhions Ewansiha was arrested by the Immigration Department because he had tried to flee from its officers during a raid, according to the department.
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Police raid entertainment outlet, detain 25 Thai women
GEORGE TOWN: A police team from the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) detained 25 Thai women exhibiting themselves on stage at an entertainment centre here Tuesday night.
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25 Thai women picked up for working at Penang entertainment outlet
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): A police team from the Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) detained 25 Thai women exhibiting themselves on stage at an entertainment centre here on Tuesday night (July 9).
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TRX City confirms Gaik Kim is not related to Jho Low
KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): TRX City Sdn Bhd, a company owned by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), which had sought verification from the National Registration Department, has confirmed that its Director of ...
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TRX City confirms Gaik Kim is not related to Jho Low
KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): TRX City Sdn Bhd, a company owned by the Ministry of Finance (MoF), which had sought verification from the National Registration Department, has confirmed that its Director of ...
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Johor woman died of heart failure, not pollution
PETALING JAYA - The death of a woman who allegedly suffered breathing difficulties in Johor was caused by decompensated heart failure, it was revealed.
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Johor woman died of heart failure, not pollution
PETALING JAYA: The death of a woman who allegedly suffered breathing difficulties in Johor was caused by decompensated heart failure, it was revealed.
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Woman died of heart failure, not due to pollution: Health Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry today stressed the cause of death of a woman in Johor Baru was due to heart problems and not the Pasir Gudang pollution.
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No lizard or ‘Godzilla’ invasion in Melaka: Exco
MELAKA (July 6): Photos of a large lizard climbing the gate of a terraced house have residents here fearing reptilian invasions of their homes.
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Group questions hazy skies in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) has urged environment regulators to explain the recent haze in Penang which it says has had an impact on visibility in the state.
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Plastic processing factory shut down for non-compliance
SUNGKAI (July 5): A plastic processing factory here was ordered to close with immediate effect yesterday, following an inspection by authorities who found that terms of the conditional approval grante...
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Plastic processing factory shut down for non-compliance
SUNGKAI (July 4): A plastic processing factory here was ordered to close with immediate effect today, following an inspection by authorities who found that terms of the conditional approval granted by...
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Plastic processing factory in Sungkai shut down for non-compliance
SUNGKAI (Bernama): A plastic processing factory here was ordered to close with immediate effect following an inspection by authorities who found that terms of the conditional approval granted by the Tapah District Council had not been complied with.
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Plastic processing factory shut down for non-compliance
SUNGKAI: A plastic processing factory here was ordered to close with immediate effect today, following an inspection by authorities who found that terms of the conditional approval granted by the Tapa...
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Use registry of child sexual offenders to check on staff, employers urged
BANGI: Utilise the registry of sexual offenders against children (e-DKK), Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail advised those directly working with children.
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Police nab five ‘Black Ruger’ gang members, solve 10 armed robbery cases
SUNGAI BULOH: Police believed they have solved 10 armed robbery cases around Sungai Buloh, Petaling Jaya and Gombak in Selangor, following the arrest of five ‘Black Ruger’ gang members in several ...
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‘Construction mishap, not landslide’
GEORGE TOWN: The incident that claimed four lives at a beach resort in Tanjung Bungah was a construction mishap, said Penang Island City Council (MBPP) mayor Yew Tung Seang.
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Comedian, two others arrested for drug use after fight in hotel
CHERAS: A comedian was arrested after a commotion at a hotel here on Tuesday (June 25).
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Over 5,000 tortoises seized
SEPANG: Customs officers seized more than 5,000 baby tortoises after stopping two men at KLIA2.
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‘Owner built walls on his own’
GEORGE TOWN: The owner of a resort along Jalan Batu Ferringhi may have been building walls on his own to prevent soil erosion for some time before a landslide struck, killing four foreign workers.
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Curing Malaysia’s ills
As a layman and non-partisan observer, I would like to share some thoughts on our country’s governance and well-being.
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Organised crime gang boss ‘Amy Keju’ arrested: Bukit Aman CID
KUALA LUMPUR: Police believe they have crippled an organised crime gang comprising former convicts with the arrest of its leader, known as “Amy Keju” at an entertainment centre in Sungai Besi here...
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MMEA seizes two Vietnamese boats with five tonnes of fish, detains crew
KUCHING, June 24 — The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) impounded two Vietnamese fishing boats with about five tonnes of fish, off the Sarawak waters some 140 nautical miles north of Kuc...
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8 more schools in Johor affected by toxic gas
JOHOR BAHRU: Students at eight more schools in Pasir Gudang here are believed to have experienced breathing difficulties and vomiting early this morning.
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DOE beefs up dumpsite monitoring in Pasir Gudang after pupils fall ill
JOHOR BAHRU: The Department of Environment will beef up its monitoring of an illegal dumpsite in Pasir Gudang tomorrow to aid its investigations into the actual cause of the breathing difficulties exp...
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Man held over road bullying fracas
PETALING JAYA: A 44-year-old man has been detained in connection with the viral video clips of a road bullying incident involving two men in Cheras Balakong.
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