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Syndicates now taking to the skies
SEPANG: Syndicates are now trying to smuggle cigarettes into the country via air to avoid detection, said the Customs Department.
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Contraband items being flown in through KLIA
SEPANG: Smugglers have abandoned maritime routes in favour of airways to transfer their illegal goods.
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
LAWAS: The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
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Body of second angler found, search for third man continues
LAWAS (Bernama): The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari...
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
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Container found with RM3.36mil illegal ciggies
PETALING JAYA: A container which was supposed to be carrying only beer when it entered Malaysia was found with over four million illicit cigarettes worth at least RM3.36mil at a warehouse at Westports in Pulau Indah, Klang.
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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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Lorry driver arrested, RM3.66mil worth of cigarettes, beer seized
At least RM3.66mil worth of contraband cigarettes and beer have been seized following a Customs Department operations in Port Klang.Central Zone Customs assistant director-general Datuk Zulkurnain Moh...
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Lorry driver arrested, RM3.66mil worth of cigarettes, beer seized
PETALING JAYA: At least RM3.66mil worth of contraband cigarettes and beer have been seized following a Customs Department operations at Westport.
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No second chance for AP abusers, says crime analyst
KUALA LUMPUR: Those who abuse Approved Permits (APs) should not be given a second chance and their permits should be withdrawn, a crime analyst said.
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Don't give AP abusers a second chance, urges crime analyst
Approved permit holders who misused the permit should not be given a second chance, and their permits should be withdrawn, to serve as a warning to others.
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Six Lamborghini Huracans seized over document forgery
SEPANG: Six Lamborghini Huracan supercars were seized by the Customs Department after two car importing companies were found forging declaration documents to bring them in.
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Supercars seized over document forgery
SEPANG: Six Lamborghini Huracan supercars were seized by the Customs Department after two car importing companies were found forging declaration documents to...
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‘Road tax can be paid at post office’
PUTRAJAYA: Road tax renewal can still be done at post offices for now while authorities find solutions to plug leakages caused by underpayment of road tax by certain...
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PAC holds proceedings on EMGS, LPG subsidy
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 4): The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today held proceedings on the development of Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) subsidy management.
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PAC holds proceedings on EMGS, LPG subsidy
KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today held proceedings on the development of Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) and the management of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) subsidy.
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PAC holds proceedings on Education Malaysia Global Services, LPG subsidy
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today held proceedings on the development of Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) subsidy management...
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Work as a team to curb wildlife trafficking, agencies told
PETALING JAYA – A political party has urged enforcement agencies to cooperate to tackle illegal wildlife trafficking, saying only teamwork can ensure success.
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Road tax renewal at post offices to continue as govt mulls way to plug leakages
PUTRAJAYA: The public will be able to continue to renew road tax at post offices while a special task force look into ways to plug leakages caused by underpayment of road...
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A blast from the past at National Day parade in Kota Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Memories of yesteryear kickstarted the Sabah state-level National Day celebration here.
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Meet the patriot who dresses the armed forces
PUTRAJAYA: Jalur Gemilang-inspired fashion turned heads at the National Day parade, but none more so than Mohammad Jamil Abdul Hamid who came decked in a...
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Showcase of ethnic heritage, history of Sabah marks state's National Day parade
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah's different cultures and history were showcased at the state's National Day celebrations here on Saturday (Aug 31).
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‘Why punish legal recyclers?’
KUALA LUMPUR: The government intends to capitalise on the RM30bil plastic recycling industry, stating that the industry should not be punished if the problem lies in enforcement.
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One arrested, contraband cigarettes, alcoholic beverages seized
Some of the contraband seized from the premises.
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Mother of girl in fake Matang abduction case under probe for child abuse, says DCP
Dev Kumar fields questions from reporters.
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Brunei civil servant loses RM153,500 in parcel scam
MIRI: A civil servant from Brunei lost RM153,500 to a ‘Parcel Scam’ syndicate believed to be active in Sarawak.
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Resolving Causeway congestion a priority for M’sia and S’pore
KUANTAN: Resolving the traffic congestion at the Causeway, especially during peak hours, is a priority for Malaysia and Singapore, says Foreign Minister Datuk...
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Database to monitor squatter areas
Shafie (ninth from right), Christina (eighth from right) and Yusof (10th from right) with the newly-appointed members of City Hall’s Board of Advisors after presenting the appointment letters.
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Astro to benefit from MCMC’s focus on content piracy
KUALA LUMPUR: Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd stands to benefit from the Malaysia Communications & Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman’s pledge to battle content piracy.
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Businessman charged with stealing tobacco worth RM323,000
KLANG: A prominent businessman has been charged at the Magistrate’s Court here for allegedly stealing 1,451 packets of molasses tobacco of various flavours.
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Businessman charged with stealing molasses tobacco worth RM323k
KLANG: A businessman was charged in the Magistrate's Court here on Thursday (Aug 22) with stealing 1,451 packets of molasses tobacco of various flavours.
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Astro to benefit from MCMC's focus on content piracy
KUALA LUMPUR: Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd stands to benefit from the Malaysia Communications & Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman's pledge to battle content piracy.
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Biggest drug bust in Malaysian history: Almost 4 tonnes seized worth over half a billion ringgit
PETALING JAYA - More than a half a billion ringgit worth of ketamine and cocaine have been seized in a joint operation between Bukit Aman and the Customs Department at Pusat Perdagangan Alam Jaya, Pu...
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Whopping RM600m worth of drugs seized in Puncak Alam
SHAH ALAM: Police have confirmed the seizure of drugs worth hundreds of millions had taken place in a raid at a premise at the Alam Jaya Trade Centre in Puncak Alam, Kuala Selangor, yesterday.
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More than RM600mil worth of drugs seized in Kuala Selangor raid
Police today confirmed a seizure of drugs worth hundreds of millions had taken place in a raid at a premise at the Alam Jaya Trade Centre in Puncak Alam, Kuala Selangor, yesterday.
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Nation’s biggest drug bust
PETALING JAYA: The police and the Cus­toms Department made the country’s biggest drug bust and arrested 13 suspects, including nine foreigners, in two separate raids in Shah Alam.
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Massive haul of ketamine, cocaine with street value of RM600m seized in Puncak Alam
SHAH ALAM, Aug 19 — Police today confirmed a seizure of drugs worth hundreds of millions had taken place in a raid at a premise at the Alam Jaya Trade Centre in Puncak Alam, Kuala Selangor, here tod...
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13 arrested, over half of RM1bil worth of ketamine, cocaine seized
PETALING JAYA: More than a half a billion ringgit worth of ketamine and cocaine have been seized in a joint operation between Bukit Aman and the Customs Department at Pusat Perdagangan Alam Jaya, Puncak Alam.
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Kedah Customs foils fake liquor bottling operation in KL
The Royal Malaysian Customs Department Kedah foiled a fake liquor bottling operation using fake Customs duty stamps, following a raid carried out at a premise in Taman Dahlia, Kuala Lumpur on Aug 7.
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Man who posed as Istana Negara adviser charged with cheating
A food stall operator in Temerloh, Pahang, was charged at the Magistrate’s Court here today with cheating a woman of RM100,000 by posing as Istana Negara adviser who supervises Istana Negeri Sarawak...
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Woman loses RM100,000 to scammers, one claiming to be a ‘Datuk Seri’
KUALA LUMPUR: A woman has lost a total of RM100,000 in a scam, all because she was interested in purchasing “assets” worth RM1.8 million supposedly from the Sarawak Palace.
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Tobacco Act to be reviewed to include new products
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry plans to introduce new legislation as part of its comprehensive review of the Tobacco Act.
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Tobacco Control Act to be submitted to AGC by end of month
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): The Tobacco Control Act which is being drafted by the Ministry of Health will be submitted to the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) by the end of this month for fine-tuning befor...
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Tobacco Control Act to be submitted to AGC by end of month
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 8): The Tobacco Control Act which is being drafted by the Ministry of Health will be submitted to the Attorney-General's Chambers (AGC) by the end of this month for fine-tuning befor...
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Maqis seizes 55kg of pork products at klia2 arrival hall
PUTRAJAYA: The Malaysian Quarantine And Inspection Services (Maqis) Department in collaboration with the Customs Department seized 55kg of pork products in two separate incidents at the arrival hall o...
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Retired nurse falls for love scammer, ends up cheated of RM210,000
ALOR STAR: A retired nurse from Jitra became the latest victim to fall for the Love Scam, ending up not only with a broken heart but also losing RM210,000 of her hard-earned money in the process, poli...
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Are you paying the ‘sugar tax’ for your favourite drink? Find out here
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 — Malaysia finally introduced a so-called “sugar tax” of 40 sen per litre on drinks with sugar content beyond set levels last month, following the footsteps of several Asean ...
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Owner of illegal cigarette store nabbed in Kampung Triboh, offered RM58,700 bribe to GOF personnel
Rosdi (right) shows some of the illicit cigarettes that were seized in Serian.
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Owner of illegal cigarette store nabbed, offered RM58,700 bribe to GOF personnel
Rosdi (right) shows some of the illicit cigarettes that were seized in Serian.
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Police to tighten drug detection at ICQS complex in Rantau Panjang
PASIR MAS, July 30 — The Kelantan police have tightened the security control at the Rantau Panjang Immigration, Customs, Quarantine and Security (ICQS) Complex to detect and prevent the influx of dr...
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‘Hostage rescue’ at Subang Airport
PETALING JAYA: The calm and quiet at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport’s domestic terminal was broken today when Bukit Aman’s Special Actions Unit (UTK) carried out a “rescue” of five VIPs “kid...
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DNeX gets contract extension for National Single Window for Trade Facilitation
KUALA LUMPUR (July 24): Dagang NeXchange Bhd's (DNeX) wholly-owned unit Dagang Net Technologies Sdn Bhd has received a contract extension from the government for the National Single Window (NSW) for T...
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Health Ministry warns of stern action if ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies contain nicotine
KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found selling ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies if they contain nicotine.
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Health Ministry warns of stern action if 'ghost smoke' candies contain nicotine
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Health Ministry has warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found selling 'Ghost Smoke' candies if they contain nicotine.
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Health Ministry warns of stern action if ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies found to contain nicotine
KUALA LUMPUR, July 24 — The Health Ministry has warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found selling ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies if they contain nicotine Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee B...
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Health Ministry warns of stern action if ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies contain nicotine
Dr Lee Boon Chye KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has warned that stern action will be taken against anyone found selling ‘Ghost Smoke’ candies if they contain nicotine.
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It’s crunch time for DNeX
DAGANG NeXchange Bhd (DNeX) may be losing its exclusivity in the processing of customs’ trade facilitation documents but its executive deputy chairman, Datuk Samsul Husin, cuts a nonchalant figure.
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Vape: Ministry calls for border enforcement agency cooperation
SEREMBAN: The Health Ministry (MOH) has called for a closer scrutiny and cooperation of enforcement agencies at the border to increase control at entry points to prevent the influx of electronic cigar...
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Health Ministry calls for border enforcement agency cooperation on preventing influx of vape products
SEREMBAN, July 21 — The Health Ministry (MOH) has called for a closer scrutiny and cooperation of enforcement agencies at the border to increase control at entry points to prevent the influx of elec...
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Yoursay: Ten years, new gov’t - and still no justice for Beng Hock
YOURSAY | ‘Will our authorities continue to be a law unto themselves?’ Five unsolved mysteries about Teoh Beng Hock’s death Justice: Political aide Teoh Beng Hock died in the custody of MACC off...
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Carelessness by owners a main factor in car thefts
KUALA LUMPUR: Leaving vehicles unattended is one of the main fac­tors in vehicle theft, says Bukit Aman.
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Calls to refer me to parliamentary committee, a diversion: Lim
KUALA LUMPUR: Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (pix) said he has no problem with the motion of the opposition to refer him to the Parliamentary Rights and Privileges Committee on the issue of Goods and S...
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Calls to refer me to parliamentary committee, a diversion — Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said he has no problem with the motion of the opposition to refer him to the Parliamentary Rights and Privileges Committee on the issue of  Goods...
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Calls to refer me to parliamentary committee, a diversion — Lim
Lim and Minister of Housing and Local Government Zuraida Kamaruddin at the meeting with village development officers.
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PAC reports reveal Customs purposely delayed GST refunds due to BN govt being broke
KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — The Customs Department intentionally delayed the processing of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) refunds since the then-Barisan Nasional (BN) government did not have the reven...
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Finance ministry respects PAC recommendations: Guan Eng
PUTRAJAYA: The Finance Ministry respects the two main recommendations of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that the violation of the laws and non-compliance of regulations on the repayment of Goods ...
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Finance Ministry respects PAC recommendations, says Guan Eng
PUTRAJAYA, July 16 — The Finance Ministry respects the two main recommendations of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that the violation of the laws and non-compliance of regulations on the repayme...
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Treasury sec-gen: I’m on good terms with finance minister
Federal Treasury secretary-general Ahmad Badri Mohd Zahir has expressed his support for Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng to ensure the RM19.4 billion in supposed delayed GST refunds are returned to the e...
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Guan Eng: PAC report confirms unlawful treatment of GST funds
KUALA LUMPUR, July 16 — Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng insisted today that the Public Accounts Committee investigation triggered by his claim that Barisan Nasional (BN) “robbed” the country of RM...
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‘Customs delayed GST refund process as BN govt lacked money’
KUALA LUMPUR: The Customs Department had intentionally slowed down the goods and services tax (GST) refund process as the previous Barisan Nasional (BN)-led government had run out of money to pay the ...
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PAC to question errant govt agencies
KUALA LUMPUR: Several government agencies will be called up by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to explain discrepancies found in the Auditor-General’s Report 2018.
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PAC: No GST money went missing
Kuala Lumpur: No money went missing from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) re­funds, says the Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
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'Customs DG admitted they wilfully delayed processing GST refund claims'
PAC REPORT | Former Customs Department director-general Subromaniam Tholasy (above) said his department wilfully delayed processing GST refund claims because they were concerned about the lack of fund...
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AG report: PAC to question several agencies on discrepancies
KUALA LUMPUR: Several government agencies will be called up by the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to explain themselves, following the tabling of the Auditor General’s Report 2018, which found several cases of discrepancies.
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After PAC finds GST funds diverted, Najib insists had right to do so
KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 — Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak conceded today that money meant for tax refunds should have been put into a trust account but insisted he had the power to divert...
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GST refunds were misused, full stop
MP SPEAKS | The Public Accounts Committee’s (PAC) report which has been tabled in Parliament today confirms that Najib Abdul Razak and the previous government have, in substance, stolen the RM19.4 b...
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Govt needs time to finalise targeted petrol subsidy: Saifuddin Nasution
NIBONG TEBAL: The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has urged the public to give the government time to finalise the implementation mechanism of the targeted petrol subsidy for...
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Minister: Govt needs time to finalise targeted petrol subsidy
NIBONG TEBAL, July 13 — The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has urged the public to give the government time to finalise the implementation mechanism of the targeted petrol...
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Govt needs time to finalise targeted petrol subsidy - Saifuddin Nasution
The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP) has urged the public to give the government time to finalise the implementation mechanism of the targeted petrol subsidy for the lower inc...
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Ministry to hold meetings on targeted petrol subsidy
JITRA (July 13): The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs will hold meetings with stakeholders and media agencies to convey information on the implementation of targeted petrol subsidy befo...
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Ministry to hold meeting on targeted petrol subsidy
JITRA: The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs will hold meetings with stakeholders and media agencies to convey information on the implementation of targeted petrol subsidy before it is i...
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Ministry to hold meeting on targeted petrol subsidy
JITRA (July 12): The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs will hold meetings with stakeholders and media agencies to convey information on the implementation of targeted petrol subsidy befo...
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After news of PAC's findings, MP argues GST refunds were 'stolen'
Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii argued that Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng was not wrong in telling Parliament that the previous administration had “rompak” (stolen or robbed) the RM19.4 billion me...
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Police arrest fake firearms dealer, seize more than 200 guns
PETALING JAYA: Police have arrested one of the biggest dealers of fake firearms who has been operating his illegal business through social media since 2016.
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Police seize 230 imitation firearms
KANGAR (Bernama): Police have detained a man and seized various types of imitation firearms smuggled into the country from a neighbouring country in a raid on a house in Felcra Lubuk Sireh, Kaki Bukit in Pandang Besar, on Wednesday (July 3).
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MPPD: Port Dickson could become duty-free zone
PORT DICKSON (July 4): Efforts are underway to look into the possibility of making Port Dickson a duty-free zone in a bid to attract more overnight local and foreign tourists.
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MPPD: Port Dickson could become duty-free zone
PORT DICKSON (July 4): Efforts are underway to look into the possibility of making Port Dickson a duty-free zone, in a bid to attract more overnight local and foreign tourists.
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MPPD: Port Dickson could become duty-free zone
PORT DICKSON (Bernama): Efforts are underway to look into the possibility of making Port Dickson a duty-free zone, in a bid to attract more overnight local and foreign tourists.
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MPPD: Port Dickson could become duty-free zone
PORT DICKSON (July 4): Efforts are underway to look into the possibility of making Port Dickson a duty-free zone, in a bid to attract more overnight local and foreign tourists.
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MPPD: Port Dickson could become duty-free zone
PORT DICKSON: Efforts are underway to look into the possibility of making Port Dickson a duty-free zone, in a bid to attract more overnight local and foreign tourists.
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Sugar tax: Importers need to produce letter of undertaking, submit lab reports
KUCHING: With the nation’s sugar tax kicking in on July 1, licensed importers of sweetened beverages have to come up with a letter of undertaking and also submit lab reports, says the Customs Depar...
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Tebrau Shuttle Service in Johor to ease congestion at Second Link
JOHOR BARU, July 2 — A new initiative to promote the usage of the Tebrau Shuttle Service among tourists from the Woodlands Train Checkpoint to JB Sentral station will hopefully ease the notorious co...
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Sugar tax kicks off today
PETALING JAYA: Licensed importers of sweetened beverages must come up with a letter of undertaking and also submit lab reports, says the Customs Department.
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Customs: Two-month transition period as sugar tax comes into effect
PETALING JAYA: The "sugar tax" for the import and manufacturing of ready-to-drink packaged sweetened beverages starts on Monday (July 1), and the business community will be given a two-month transition period for its implementation.
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RM6.3mil smuggling bid foiled at Customs complex
JOHOR BARU: A smuggling attempt involving various currencies amounting to RM6.3mil was foiled at Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar (KSAB) in Iskandar Puteri.
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Reduction in theft of motor vehicles
PETALING JAYA: A coordinated effort among various agencies and trade groups has led to a drastic reduction in the theft of motor vehicles.
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Customs bust attempt to smuggle baby turtles, meth at klia2
The Customs Department seized more than 5,000 smuggled terrapins at klia2 last week.Central Zone Customs assistant director-general Datuk Zulkurnain Mohamed Yusuf told the media on Wednesday that two ...
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Two men nabbed for trying to smuggle over $2m cash into Singapore through Tuas
JOHOR BARU - Malaysia's Customs Department has foiled an attempt to smuggle cash amounting to RM6.3 million (S$2.05 million) during a raid at Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar (KSAB), Iskandar Puteri, on June...
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Two men nabbed for trying to smuggle over $2m cash into Singapore through Tuas
JOHOR BARU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's Customs Department has foiled an attempt to smuggle cash amounting to RM6.3 million (S$2.05 million) during a raid at Kompleks Sultan Abu Bakar (K...
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Government to continue with highway takeover initiative - Guan Eng
BUTTERWORTH (June 24): The government will pursue its initiative to acquire other highway concessionaires if the recent bid to take over four tolled highways and toll collection formulas are successfu...
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