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Teacher drowns during rafting activity in Sg Jahang, Gopeng
KAMPAR (Bernama): A teacher drowned while rafting along Sungai Jahang, Gopeng here on Saturday (Sept 14) evening.
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Teacher drowns in Gopeng water rafting incident
KAMPAR: A teacher drowned in a water rafting incident at Sungai Jahang, Gopeng here yesterday evening.
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Teacher drowns in water-rafting incident in Kampar
KAMPAR: A teacher drowned in a water-rafting incident at Sungai Jahang, Gopeng here yesterday evening.
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Ten U.n.i Pharmacies to be set up by next year
GOPENG (Sept 13): The Rural Development Ministry aims to set up 10 U.n.i Pharmacies under MARA’s Professional Entrepreneur Development Programme (ProSPEC) by next year.
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10 U.n.i pharmacies to be set up by next year
GOPENG: The Rural Development Ministry aims to set up 10 U.n.i pharmacies under Mara’s Professional Entrepreneur Development Programme (Prospec) by next year.
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Take a hike back in time
IPOH: Remnants of the former tin mining era in a cave in Gunung Lanno, Simpang Pulai, near here offer a glimpse into the past.
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Ex-MB Nizar fails to retain Gopeng division post
PETALING JAYA: Nizar Jamaluddin, the Perak Amanah deputy chairman, has failed to retain his spot as a committee member in the party’s Gopeng division.
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Slow-moving traffic on major highways as at 11am
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Traffic on several major expressways was reported to be heavy and slow-moving Saturday (Aug 10) morning as more people return to their hometowns in conjunction with Aidiladha celebration on Sunday (Aug 11).
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Klang Valley folk heading out of city
KUALA LUMPUR: Klang Valley residents have started to ply the highways to get back to their hometown for Aidiladha and the week-long school holiday break.
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No dangerous substances in ‘smoke ghost’ candy
IPOH: Preliminary studies conducted on the Ghost Smoke candy has found that it does not contain any dangerous ingredients, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye (pix).
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‘Ghost Smoke’ candy not harmful, says deputy minister
IPOH: Preliminary studies conducted on the Ghost Smoke candy has found that it does not contain any dangerous ingredients, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Perak FamaFest targets RM3m in sales
GOPENG: Perak Fama (Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority) is targeting RM3 million in sales from the Fruit, Flower and Food Festival or FamaFest 2019 to be held here from July 25 to 29.
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Senior citizen claims trial to sexually harassing 12–year–old girl
SEREMBAN: A senior citizen pleaded not guilty in the Seremban Sessions Court today to committing eight counts of sexual offences against a 12–year–old girl including having in his possession child...
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Filmed sexual assault of 12-year-old: Papers forwarded to DPP's office
SEREMBAN: Police have wrapped up their probe into the alleged sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl by a 65-year-old lorry driver and will forward the investigation papers to the deputy public prosecutor's office for further action.
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Police obtain seven-day remand extension for man allegedly in viral sex video
SEREMBAN: The police have obtained a seven-day remand extension for the 65-year-old lorry driver arrested last Tuesday for the alleged sexual assault of a 12-year-old girl.
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65-year-old lures girl with stationery to do lewd acts
SEREMBAN: A 65-year-old man who allegedly recorded a sex videoclip with a 12-year-old girl was believed to have coaxed her into engaging in sexual acts after buying her stationery.
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Man held for sex act with minor
SEREMBAN: A 65-year-old man who lured a 12-year-old girl into engaging in sexual acts with him by promising to buy her all that she desired was arrested near Gopeng, Perak, on Tuesday.
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65-year-old lorry driver arrested over viral paedophile video
SEREMBAN: Police have arrested a 65-year-old lorry driver, believed to be the senior citizen in a paedophile video  with a 12-year-old girl that went viral on Whatsapp and Facebook yesterday.
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Cops: Lorry driver who filmed himself sexually assaulting teenage girl nabbed
KUALA LUMPUR, July 10 — Negri Sembilan Criminal Investigation Department chief ACP Wan Rukuman Wan Hassan today clarified that a 65-year-old lorry driver who recorded himself forcing a 12-year-old g...
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Man in viral paedophile video did not surrender, was nabbed near Gopeng
SEREMBAN: The 65-year-old lorry driver who apparently recorded a sex clip featuring a 12-year-old girl that went viral had not surrendered but was instead arrested, police have clarified.
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Loan sharks go after borrower’s brother
IPOH: A man is living in fear with loan sharks breathing down his neck over his brother’s debt of more than RM2mil.
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Doc: Avoid homeopathy as main cancer treatment
GOPENG: Cancer patients should not seek homeopathy as their main treatment method, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Do not seek alternative medicine as primary cancer treatment: Dr Lee
GOPENG: Cancer patients should not use alternative or homeopathic therapies as their primary cancer treatment, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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No evidence linking Sungai Kim Kim pollution to boy's trembling ailment, says Malaysian Health Ministry
GOPENG (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - There is no proof to show that the toxic waste incident at Johor's Sungai Kim Kim four months ago caused a 12-year-old boy to suffer from myokymia, an ailment tha...
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No evidence linking Sg Kim Kim pollution to 12-year-old's myokymia, says Health Ministry
GOPENG: There is no proof to show that the toxic pollution incident at Sungai Kim Kim in March caused myokymia in a 12-year-old pupil.
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KPDNHEP seizes 12,450 unlabelled optical discs in Perak
IPOH: A total of 12,450 pieces of unlabelled optical discs worth RM81,250 were seized by the state Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry (KPDNHEP) in an operation yesterday.
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No mercy for hardcore smokers from Jan 1
Dr Lee Boon Chye – File photo IPOH: Beginning Jan 1 next year, the government will not hesitate to fine individuals found smoking at public eateries.
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No mercy for hardcore smokers from Jan 1
IPOH: Beginning Jan 1 next year, the government will not hesitate to fine individuals found smoking at public eateries.
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No mercy for hardcore smokers from Jan 1, says deputy minister
IPOH, June 22 — Beginning January 1 next year, the government will not hesitate to fine individuals found smoking at public eateries.
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Govt to come down hard on smokers in eateries from Jan 1
IPOH (Bernama): Beginning Jan 1 next year, the government will not hesitate to fine individuals found smoking in public eateries.
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Public urged to make full use of govt clinics
GOPENG: The public, especially the Orang Asli community, should make full use of government clinics, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Health Ministry: Nutrition and immunisation of Orang Asli must be improved
GOPENG: The Health Ministry, together with the Education Ministry and Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa), is planning to educate the Orang Asli on the importance of proper nutrition.
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Perak exco estimates Ipoh airport expansion cost at RM250m max
GOPENG, June 20 — The expansion of Sultan Azlan Shah Airport here is estimated to cost between RM200 million and RM250 million, Perak state executive councillor Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin ...
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Bone fragments found near Gua Kandu not of missing GUT 2019 participant
IPOH: Human bone fragments found near Gua Kandu, Gopeng in April do not belong to missing Gopeng Ultra Trail (GUT) 2019 participant Mohammad Ashraf Hassan.
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Bone fragments found near Gua Kandu not a match to missing trail runner, say Perak police
IPOH, June 14 — Human bone fragments found near Gua Kandu, Gopeng in April do not belong to missing Gopeng Ultra Trail (GUT) 2019 participant Mohammad Ashraf Hassan.
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Malaysian girl flung out from lorry as dad flees cops
IPOH - A nine-year-old girl was flung out from a lorry during a chase with the police near Simpang Pulai here.
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Child in peril as dad flees cops
IPOH: A nine-year-old girl was flung out from a lorry during a chase with the police near Simpang Pulai here.
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Child thrown from lorry during police chase
IPOH: A nine-year-old girl was thrown from a lorry when police pursued her father who was behind the wheel and trying to avoid an Op Selamat 15 roadblock on Jalan Sultan Nazrin Shah yesterday.
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Child escapes with minor cuts after being thrown from lorry driven by dad during police chase in Ipoh
IPOH, June 13 — A nine-year-old girl was thrown from a lorry when the police pursued her father who was behind the wheel and trying to avoid an Ops Selamat 15 roadblock on Jalan Sultan Nazrin Shah y...
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Major highways congested as Raya holidays end
KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic flows at several areas along the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway, the East Coast Expressway 1 and the North-South Expressway are reported to be congested this evening, at the end of t...
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Traffic congestion at major expressways this evening
KUALA LUMPUR, June 9 — Traffic flows at several areas along the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway (KLK), the East Coast Expressway 1 (LPT 1) and the North-South Expressway are reported to be congested this...
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Heavy traffic expected in the city as reverse Hari Raya exodus begins
PETALING JAYA: The city is expec­ted to be bustling again as travellers begin returning in droves from their hometowns after the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebrations.
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Aidilfitri reverse exodus gathers steam
KUALA LUMPUR: With the Aidilfitri and school holidays coming to an end tomorrow, traffic was reported to be slow moving on most major roads as of midday as more and more people head back to the Klang ...
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Aidilfitri reverse exodus gathers steam
KUALA LUMPUR (June 8):  With  the Aidilfitri and school holidays coming to an end, traffic was reported to be slow moving on most major arteries as of midday as more  and more people head back to ...
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PLUS reports slow moving traffic along most major highways
KUALA LUMPUR, June 8 ― With the Aidilfitri and school holidays coming to an end tomorrow, traffic was reported to be slow moving on most major arteries as of midday as more and more people head back...
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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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Raya traffic report: 4km crawl between Tapah and Gopeng, otherwise smooth
KUALA LUMPUR, June 7 — Traffic this morning was reported to be generally smooth on all highways in the peninsula except for a 4km crawl between Tapah and Gopeng on the North-South Expressway.
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PLUS: Evening traffic slowing down on main highways
KUALA LUMPUR, June 6 — Traffic is reported to be slowing down on several expressways as at 5.30pm today, according to PLUS Malaysia Berhad.
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Aidilfitri traffic report: 5km snarl between Tapah and Gopeng, otherwise smooth
KUALA LUMPUR (June 6): Traffic this morning was reported to be generally smooth on all highways in the peninsula except for a 5km crawl between Tapah and Gopeng on the North-South Expressway.
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5km snarl from Tapah to Gopeng, smooth traffic in other areas
KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic this morning was reported to be generally smooth on all highways in the peninsula except for a 5km crawl between Tapah and Gopeng on the North-South Expressway.
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Aidilfitri traffic report: 5km snarl between Tapah and Gopeng, otherwise smooth
KUALA LUMPUR (June 6): Traffic this morning was reported to be generally smooth on all highways in the peninsula except for a 5km crawl between Tapah and Gopeng on the North-South Expressway.
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Slow-moving traffic on several national highways
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Traffic snarls are reported on several major highways as at 9pm Wednesday (June 5).
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More time for rural community to understand smoking ban
GOPENG: The move of the Health Ministry to extend the period of education on smoking ban at food premises to December this year, is give more space and opportunity to the people to understand the regu...
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Lee: E-cig traders who sell devices to minors may face action
GOPENG: Action may be taken against e-­cigarette promoters for selling the devices to schoolchildren, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Deputy minister: More time for rural community to understand smoking ban
GOPENG, June 1 — The move of the Health Ministry to extend the period of education on smoking ban at food premises to December this year, is give more space and opportunity to the people to understa...
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‘Balik kampung’ rush continues
KUALA LUMPUR: The ‘Balik Kampung’ rush for the Aidifitri celebration continues, as thousands head back to their hometowns at the end of the work week beginning yesterday.
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The ‘balik kampung’ rush continues before Raya
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — The “Balik Kampung” rush for the Aidifitri celebration continues, after thousands headed back to their hometowns at the end of the work week yesterday.
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Balik kampung rush for Hari Raya continues over the weekend
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The "Balik Kampung” rush for the Aidifitri celebration continues, after thousands starting the trek back to their hometowns from the end of the work week Friday (May 31).
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Smoking ban at eateries delayed due to lack of awareness in rural areas
GOPENG: The decision to extend the educational enforcement period before the smoking ban at eateries is due to the lack of awareness in less developed areas, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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MCA Youth tells DAP to help deserving students
KUALA LUMPUR: The DAP should help deserving students unable to get a placement in the matriculation programme instead of attacking the MCA, said MCA Youth secretary-general Daniel Wa.
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Action to be taken against foreign medical practitioners operating illegally
IPOH (May 25): The Ministry of Health will take legal action against foreign medical practitioners who are not registered with the the Malaysian Medical Council but are operating clinics or pharmacie...
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Stern action will be taken against foreign medical practitioners operating illegally
IPOH: The Ministry of Health will take legal action against foreign medical practitioners who are not registered with the the Malaysian Medical Council but are operating clinics or pharmacies in the c...
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Health Ministry will take action against foreign medical practitioners operating illegally, says deputy minister
IPOH, May 25 ― The Ministry of Health will take legal action against foreign medical practitioners who are not registered with the the Malaysian Medical Council but are operating clinics or pharmaci...
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Bid to dismiss orang asli lawsuit denied
IPOH: It was a first-round victory for the Semai orang asli community in Ulu Geruntum, Gopeng, when the High Court here dismissed an application by the developers of a mini hydroelectric dam to strike out their suit.
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Gopeng orang asli suit against mini hydro dam to get full trial
IPOH: The Semai Orang Asli community in Ulu Geruntum, Gopeng scored a victory when the High Court here dismissed an application to strike out their suit filed by the developers of a mini hydro electric dam project in the village.
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Buddhists across the country flock to temples to celebrate Wesak Day
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Buddhist temples across the country saw crowds of devotees celebrating Wesak Day on Sunday (May 19).
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Pangkor airport to be upgraded
IPOH: The Perak government plans to upgrade Pangkor Airport to attract more local and foreign tourists to the island.
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Pangkor Airport to be upgraded
IPOH: The Perak government plans to upgrade Pangkor Airport to attract more local and foreign tourists to the island.
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Pangkor Airport to be upgraded
The Perak government plans to upgrade the Pangkor Airport to attract more local and foreign tourists to the island.
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Pangkor Airport to be upgraded, says Perak Tourism chief
IPOH, May 18 — The Perak government plans to upgrade Pangkor Airport to attract more local and foreign tourists to the island.
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Perak govt plans to upgrade Pangkor airstrip
IPOH: The Perak government is planning to upgrade the airstrip in Pangkor to accommodate bigger aircraft, allowing more tourists to fly to the island.
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Pulsar Dareventure crowns inaugural winner
Roslan with winner Leong KUALA LUMPUR: The first motorcycle reality show in Malaysia - Pulsar Dareventure powered by Modenas, has crowned its first Malaysian Pulsar Dareventure.
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Educational enforcement period on smoking ban extended with focus on rural areas
IPOH: The educational enforcement period on the smoking ban at eateries has been extended until the end of the year to enhance public awareness and knowledge on the matter, said Deputy Health Minister...
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DNA tests to determine if bone fragments belong to missing runner
The bone fragments found in the Gua Kandu area in Gopeng last Saturday have been confirmed to be human bones, police said today.
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Missing Gopeng runner: Police confirm human bone fragments found near Gua Kandu
KAMPAR, April 23 — The bone fragments found in the Gua Kandu area in Gopeng last Saturday have been confirmed to be human bones, police said today.
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Bone fragments at Gua Kandu in Gopeng confirmed to be human bones, say cops
KAMPAR (Bernama): The bone fragments found in the Gua Kandu area in Gopeng last Saturday (April 20) have been confirmed to be human bones, according to police.
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Gopeng cave fossil is more than 300,000 years old, says Perak exco
IPOH, Apr 22 — The Perak State Legislative Assembly was told today that a fossil found in Gua Naga Mas in Gopeng is some 320,200 years old and not between 12,000 and 15,000 years as previously claim...
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Historic first as JPJ includes women in m-cycle enforcement unit
Ismail with the first three women to join the Motorcycle Enforcement Unit (from left) Siti Syazwani, Wah Moliz and Asma Shafie.
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Historic first as Kuala Lumpur JPJ includes women in motorcycle enforcement unit
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Kuala Lumpur Road Transport Department (JPJ) has created history by including women in its Motorcycle Enforcement Unit (UPB), a first for the department nationwide.
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Fire Dept temporarily halts search for missing runner
The Fire and Rescue Department (FRD) is temporarily halting its search for Mohammad Ashraf Hassan, 29, who went missing while participating in the Gopeng Ultra Trail 2019 run on March 23.
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Missing Gopeng runner: Villagers ask for permission to conduct search
Villagers in Gopeng, Perak have asked for the Fire and Rescue Department and the police to put the search and rescue (SAR) operation for Mohd Ashraf Hassan on hold for a brief period.
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Missing Gopeng runner: Villagers ask for permission to conduct own search
GOPENG: Villagers here have asked for the Fire and Rescue Department and the police to put the search and rescue (SAR) operation for Mohd Ashraf Hassan on hold for a brief period.
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‘We are unable to stop villagers from looking for runner’
SUNGAI SIPUT: The police are unable to stop the public from entering the search area to look for missing ultra marathon runner Mohd Ashraf Hassan despite a request from his family.
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Please stay out of search area, missing runner's family asks public
SUNGAI SIPUT: The family of the ultra marathon runner who went missing in Gopeng wants the public to stay out of the area as their presence could complicate search and rescue (SAR) efforts.
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Police confident missing trail runner Ashraf not attacked by wild animals
GOPENG: Perak police are confident that Gopeng Ultra Trail participant, Mohammad Ashraf Hassan or better known as Acap, who went missing since March 23, had not been attacked by wild animals.
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Police confident Gopeng Ultra runner not attacked by wild animals
GOPENG, April 13 — Perak police are confident that Gopeng Ultra Trail participant, Mohammad Ashraf Hassan or better known as Acap, who went missing since March 23, had not been attacked by wild an...
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Police mount another search for missing runner
GOPENG: A 170-strong police team, aided by personnel from the Fire and Rescue Department (FRD) and Civil Defence Force, mounted another search for Mohammad Ashraf Hassan, 29, who went missing while pa...
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Cops mount another search for missing runner in Gopeng
GOPENG, April 13 ― A 170-strong police team, aided by personnel from the Fire and Rescue Department (FRD) and Civil Defence Force, mounted another search for Mohammad Ashraf Hassan, 29, who went mis...
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Authorities conduct large-scale search for missing Gopeng marathon runner
GOPENG: Search and rescue (SAR) personnel will conduct another sweep in the area where an ultra marathon runner is believed to have gone missing near Kampung Pintu Padang here.
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Stench in jungle not linked to missing runner, says Perak Fire and Rescue Department
IPOH (Bernama): The stench detected at the Bukit Kinta Forest Reserve near Gopeng is not of human remains, says the Perak Fire and Rescue Department.
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Several roads in Perak to be closed on April 10 for Le Tour de Langkawi 2019, police say
IPOH, April 6 — Several roads in Perak will be closed in stages for Stage Five of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) on April 10.
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Construction of controversial Ulu Geruntum mini hydro project to resume, says Perak exco
IPOH, April 2 — The mini hydro power plant in Ulu Geruntum, Gopeng, will be revived after it was suspended following protest by the Orang Asli community, a Perak state exco said.
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SAR for missing runner in Gopeng called off
GOPENG: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for Mohammad Ashraf Hassan, who went missing while participating in the Gopeng Ultra Trail 2019 here last Saturday, was called off at 1pm today.
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Deputy minister: Return high-blood pressure medicines to suppliers
IPOH, March 30 — Patients who still have stock of the high blood pressure medicines containing the active ingredient losartan, are advised not to panic and to return them to the suppliers, said Depu...
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Search for missing ultra-marathoner intensifies on day four
GOPENG: After three days, the search for a missing participant of an ultra-marathon event in Gua Tempurung here has intensified with more personnel being roped in.
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Search on for man missing during run in Gua Tempurung area
IPOH: A search and rescue (SAR) operation is underway for a man who went missing during a Gopeng Ultra Trail run in the Gua Tempurung area in Gopeng, yesterday.
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Search mounted for missing runner in Gopeng
IPOH (Bernama): A search and rescue operation is underway for a man who went missing during a 25km ultra marathon event in the Gua Tempurung area in Gopeng.
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Search on for man missing during run in Gua Tempurung area
IPOH, March 24 — A search and rescue (SAR) operation is underway for a man who went missing during a Gopeng Ultra Trail run in the Gua Tempurung area in Gopeng yesterday.
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Traffic slow moving on several expressways at midday
KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic flow on several major expressways in the peninsula is reported to be slow as at midday, due to the school holidays.
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