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All schools in N. Sembilan and Perak to reopen tomorrow
PUTRAJAYA: All schools in Negri Sembilan and Perak will reopen tomorrow and resume normal operations in view of the improved air quality in both states, with Air Pollutant Index (API) readings at 5pm ...
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All schools in Negri Sembilan and Perak to reopen tomorrow
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 19 — All schools in Negri Sembilan and Perak will reopen tomorrow and resume normal operations in view of the improved air quality in both states, with Air Pollutant Index (API) read...
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Perak PKR chief Farhash fires back at MB's adviser
IPOH: A war of words has broken out between Perak PKR chief Farhash Wafa Salvador Rizal Mubarak and the Perak Mentri Besar's adviser Datuk Zainol Fadzi Paharuddin.
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91 schools in Kerian district forced to close
PARIT BUNTAR: Twenty more schools in Kerian district here were ordered to close today, bringing the number of the affected schools to 91 compared to 71 as initially announced this morning, to ensure t...
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250 schools in Perak closed due to haze
IPOH: As many as 250 schools in four districts in Perak were ordered to close today due to haze.
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Haze forces closure of 809 schools in Sarawak, 205 in Perak
KUCHING - Continuing haze has forced the closure of 809 schools in Sarawak and 205 schools in Perak on Thursday (Sept 19), with air quality still at harmful levels.
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Haze crisis: 250 schools in Perak forced to close, affecting 88,028 students
IPOH, Sept 19 ― As many as 250 schools in four districts in Perak were ordered to close today due to haze.
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Stop questioning Perak MB’s administrative decisions, Pakatan parties told
IPOH, Sept 18 — Special adviser to the Perak mentri besar, Datuk Zainol Fadzi Paharudin, today reminded Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) state component party leaders stop question the mentri besar’s admi...
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Eight houses affected by storm in Kerian
PARIT BUNTAR (Sept 12): Eight houses were affected by the storm in the State Assembly Constituencies of Kuala Kurau and Titi Serong in the Kerian district, here yesterday morning.
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Sent for analysis: Audio recording of Perak exco member’s aide trying to ‘settle’ case with police
PERAK TENGAH: The audio recording allegedly of an aide to a Perak executive council member trying to “settle” a case with a police officer has been sent for analysis, says...
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NGO wants cops to investigate alleged 'kaotim' involving state exco member
IPOH: A non-governmental organisation (NGO) has urged the police to investigate an audio clip alleging that an assistant to a Perak executive council member tried to...
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Restaurant owner’s wife dies in road crash
PARIT BUNTAR: The wife of the proprietor of Sri Ananda Bahwan, a popular banana leaf restaurant chain in Penang island and Seberang Perai, died yesterday in a road accident at Km200.9 of the North-Sou...
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Sri Ananda Bahwan owner's wife dies in Perak crash
PARIT BUNTAR, Aug 15 — The wife of the proprietor of Sri Ananda Bahwan, a popular banana leaf restaurant chain in Penang island and Seberang Perai, died early this morning in a road accident at KM20...
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Boss of popular Indian restaurant chain loses wife in accident
GEORGE TOWN: The wife of the man who runs a popular Indian restaurant chain in Penang died on the spot this morning when their car crashed into a tree on the North-South Expressway.
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Restaurant chain shuts doors for one day after owner's wife dies in accident
GEORGE TOWN: Popular restaurant chain Sri Anandha Bahwan closed all its restaurants Thursday (Aug 15) as a mark respect for owner V. Harikrishnan's wife, who was killed in an accident near Taiping.
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NGO: Perak MB should ask under-probereps to go on leave
IPOH: Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu should instruct two of his executive councillors who are under police investigations to go on leave, says a non-governmental organisation.
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Perak reform group demands two state excos under rape and graft probes take leave from work
IPOH, July 19 — Perak executive councillors Paul Yong accused of rape and Abdul Yunus Jamhari accused of corruption should voluntarily take a leave of absence from work until the police complete the...
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Report on illegal sand mining activities, fishermen told
PARIT BUNTAR (July 18): The Perak government wants fishermen, fishermen associations and non-governmental organisations to report to the authorities if they come across any illegal sand mining activ...
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Perak CPO: Probe will stick to SOP without bias
IPOH: The probe involving the Perak executive council member accused of raping his maid is being done in accordance with standard operation procedures, says Perak police chief Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain.
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Perak exco man rape allegation: Papers sent to DPP, medical reports pending
IPOH: The investigation papers on Perak executive council member accused of raping his maid has been sent to the deputy public prosecutor's office, says Perak police chief Comm Datuk Razarudin Husain.
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Prosecutors tells Perak cops to pursue investigation on state exco, PKR leader
IPOH, July 16 — Perak police chief Datuk Razarudin Husain said his agency has received orders from the state prosecution chief to investigate a Perak exco for corruption and alleged abuse.
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'I rejected multi-million ringgit offer to switch parties - why go for thousands now?'
Perak state executive councillor Abdul Yunus Jamhari says he rejected a multi-million ringgit offer to change parties in 2009, the year in which the then-Pakatan Rakyat Perak government was toppled th...
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‘I am earning enough’
BAGAN SERAI: Perak state exco member Abdul Yunus Jamhari has claimed that he rejected a multi-million-ringgit offer to change parties in 2009.
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Leak of exco meeting minutes: Wait for police probe first says Saifuddin
GEORGE TOWN: PKR will wait for the police to complete the investigation on the allegation that a member of the Perak state exco has leaked the minutes of an exco meeting, before the party to take any ...
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Saifuddin: PKR waiting for police probe before acting on exco meeting minutes leak
GEORGE TOWN, July 14 — PKR will wait for the police to complete the investigation on the allegation that a member of the Perak state executive councillor (exco) leaked the minutes of exco meetin...
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Perak exco to report ex-aide to PKR disciplinary board for graft claims
PETALING JAYA: Perak executive council member Abdul Yunus Jamhari, who is accused by his former aide of soliciting kickbacks from two companies, will report the matter to the PKR disciplinary board.
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Perak exco member says more reports will be lodged against those who accused him of graft
BAGAN SERAI: Perak state executive council member Abdul Yunus Jamhari will take to task those who accused him of leaking state exco meeting minutes to solicit kickbacks.
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Exco man accused of graft
IPOH: The Perak exco line-up has been hit with another controversy after one of its members, Abdul Yu­­nus Jamhari, was accused of soliciting kickbacks from two companies.
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Perak exco accused of power abuse and corruption
IPOH, July 13 — Days after a Perak executive councillor was accused of raping a maid, now another exco has been accused of abusing power to demand bribes and leaking government information.
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Perak PKR to allow investigation into alleged corruption by state exco
PETALING JAYA: Perak PKR will allow the authorities to investigate an allegation that a state exco had leaked the state government’s meeting minutes in order to solicit commission from two companies...
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PKR man accuses Perak exco member of soliciting commission, lodges report
IPOH: A PKR member has lodged a police report alleging that a Perak executive council member tried to solicit commission from two companies that are trying to purchase land in Kerian, Perak.
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Two sisters found drowned in canal
PARIT BUNTAR: Two half-sisters were found drowned in a canal 500m from their house in Kampung Kuala Bagan Tiang near here, yesterday.
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Two sisters found drowned in canal in Parit Buntar
PARIT BUNTAR, July 3 — Two half-sisters were found drowned in a canal 500 metres from their house in Kampung Kuala Bagan Tiang near here, yesterday.
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Two sisters found drowned in canal
PARIT BUNTAR (Bernama): Two half-sisters were found drowned in a canal 500 metres from their house in Kampung Kuala Bagan Tiang near here, Tuesday (July 2).
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Wisma Putra urged to discuss Perak-Thailand airspace
The Perak government wants the Foreign Ministry (Wisma Putra) to hold talks with Thailand over the use of airspace along its border with the neighbour ahead of the opening of Thailand’s Betong Airpo...
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Perak Govt wants Wisma Putra to discuss Perak/Thailand airspace
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Perak MB says sought Wisma Putra’s help to engage Thai govt over Betong airport
IPOH, June 26 — Perak has sought Wisma Putra’s assistance to discuss with the Thai government over the use of its airspace in view with the opening of the Betong airport near the border town of Pe...
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Perak cops arrest 150 involved in illegal gambling
IPOH: In 124 raids over six days, Perak police arrested 150 people believed to be involved in illegal gambling activities nationwide.
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Authorities should help to reduce tension
THE issue over the fisherman in Tanjung Piandang, Kerian, Perak who was videoed offering prayers to a roadside deity commonly known as Datuk Kong while dressed in typical Malay attire (T-shirt, sarung...
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Man in 'Malay attire' detained after worshipping 'Datuk Gong'
The man in a viral video seen worshipping a statue of a deity known as "DatukGong" while wearing a Muslim skullcap and sarong, has been detained by policeafter he surrendered himself at the Kerian dis...
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Man held over ‘Dato Kong’ worship to be freed on police bail
BAGAN SERAI: A fisherman detained to assist in a case of worshiping at a “Dato Kong” altar at Tanjung Piandang here yesterday will be released on police bail today.
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Suspect worshiping at “Dato Kong” altar released on police bail
BAGAN SERAI: Police will today release a fisherman who had been arrested yesterday to assist in the case of a man worshiping a Dato Kong altar in Tanjung Piandang.
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Suspect accused of worshipping at Dato Kong altar to be released on police bail
A fisherman who was detained by police to assist in the case of worshipping at a Dato Kong altar in Tanjung Piandang, Bagan Serai, Perak, yesterday, will be released today.
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Man held over ‘Dato Kong’ altar worship video
BAGAN SERAI: The police have detained a fisherman to assist with investigations into a recent viral video which purportedly showed a man donning a sarong, white t-shirt and cap worshipping a ‘Dato K...
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Fisherman arrested over 'altar worship' viral video
BAGAN SERAI (Bernama): The police have detained a fisherman to assist with investigations into a recent viral video purportedly showing a man donning a sarong, white T-shirt and cap worshipping a "Dato Kong" altar in Taman Piandang Indah, Tanjung Piandang, here.
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PSR worries Perak fishermen
IPOH: Fishermen in Perak have voiced their concerns over the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) project, claiming it will affect their livelihood, says Abdul Yunus Jamhari.
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Police: Five-seater in horrific crash had 15 people
KERIAN: The vehicle that crashed near Gunung Semanggol along the south-bound route of the North-South Expressway was supposed to be a five-seater but was carrying about three times the number of people.
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Semanggol accident: Victims brought in by syndicate, say police
All the Myanmar nationals who were involved in the accident at 190.6km of the North-South Expressway near Gunung Semanggol earlier today were believed to have been brought in by a syndicate.
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Semanggol accident: Myanmar victims brought in by syndicate, say police
BAGAN SERAI, May 19 — All the Myanmar nationals who were involved in the accident at Km190.6 of the North-South Expressway near Gunung Semanggol earlier today, were believed to have been brought in ...
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Semanggol accident victims brought in by syndicate: Police
BAGAN SERAI: All the Myanmar nationals who were involved in the accident at KM190.6 of the North-South Expressway near Gunung Semanggol earlier today, were believed to have been brought in by a syndic...
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Semanggol accident: Victims brought in by syndicate, say cops
BAGAN SERAI (Bernama): All the Myanmar nationals who were involved in the accident at KM190.6 of the North-South Expressway near Gunung Semanggol on Sunday (May 19) were believed to have been brought in by a syndicate.
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Three die after van with 14 occupants crashes on NSE
KERIAN: Three people died after the van they were in went out of control and crashed at KM190 southbound of the North South Expressway near Simpang Empat in Gunung Semanggol.
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After battling LNG project, conservationists now must fend off oil refinery at Tanjung Hantu site
IPOH, May 9 — Environmentalists campaigning to turn Segari Melintang into Perak’s fifth state park have been stunned by news of a proposed oil refinery in Tanjung Hantu that is within the confines...
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Mujahid: ‘Don’t sow hatred in mosques’
PARIT BUNTAR, May 4 — Firm action will be taken against any individual who sow the politics of hatred in mosques during Ramadan which will be celebrated soon.
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Don’t sow hatred in mosques or face consequences: Mujahid
PARIT BUNTAR: Firm action will be taken against any individual who sows the politics of hatred in mosques during Ramadan.
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'Don't sow hatred in mosques or face consequences'
Firm action will be taken against any individual who sow the politics of hatred in mosques during Ramadan that will be celebrated soon.
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Paddy farmers in Perak urged to monitor seed-borne bacteria
BAGAN SERAI: The Perak Agriculture Department has urged paddy farmers in the state to take action and monitor bacterial panicle blight, a seed-borne disease.
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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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Goatherd slashed by jealous husband
PARIT BUNTAR (Bernama): A goatherd was slashed on the back of the neck and head by a jealous husband who suspected he was having an affair with his wife in Kuala Kurau near here on Friday (March 8).
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Woman severely injured after father hits her with sledgehammer
PARIT BUNTAR (Bernama): A woman suffered serious injuries to her head after she was hit by her father with a sledgehammer at their home in Parit Sungai Melan, Kuala Kurau near here Monday (March 4).
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Heatwave in Malaysia to continue until April
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Temperatures continued to soar throughout Malaysia as the number of areas on heatwave alert doubled to 10 compared with two weeks ago.
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Dams in Perak have three-month water supply
IPOH: Dams in Perak can supply water for domestic use statewide for three months, despite the hot weather phenomenon which is expected to persist until the end of March.
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Govt never issued statement on abolition of subsidy for successful haj pilgrimage applicants: Mujahid
PARIT BUNTAR: The government has never issued any official statement on the abolition of subsidy for individuals who are successful in their appeals and ‘mahram’ (those chosen to escort female pil...
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Mujahid demands apology from Hadi over ‘small brain’ remark
PARIT BUNTAR: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa is demanding an apology from PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang over a statement published on the party’s website Harakahda...
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Mujahid issues letter demanding apology from Hadi
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mujahid Yusof Rawa has issued a letter demanding that PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang retracts his statement titled 'Ijazahnya ada, akalnya kerdil' (He has a...
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Mujahid issues letter demanding apology from PAS president
PARIT BUNTAR: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Mujahid Yusof has issued a letter demanding that PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang retracts his statement titled ‘Ij...
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Mujahid issues letter demanding apology after Hadi’s ‘dim-witted’ insinuation
PARIT BUNTAR, Feb 16 — Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Dr Mujahid Yusof has issued a letter demanding that PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang retracts his statement t...
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Subsidy abolition for Haj pilgrim successful in appeal, ‘mahram’ untrue, says minister
PARIT BUNTAR, Feb 16 — The government has never issued any official statement on the abolition of subsidy for individuals who are successful in their appeals and ‘mahram’ (those chosen to escort...
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Boy bitten by dog near Taiping safe from rabies
IPOH: The result of tests conducted on the carcass of a dog that bit a boy near Taiping last Thursday turned up negative for rabies, according to Veterinary Services director-general Datuk Dr Quaza Ni...
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Perak JPV: Don't bring dogs to rabies gazetted areas
IPOH (Feb 6): Members of the public are advised not to bring home dogs from other areas to Mukim Taiping and Bukit Gantang, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year holidays, to avoid the risk of rab...
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Perak Vet Dept advises public against bringing pet dogs to rabies gazetted areas
IPOH, Feb 5 — Members of the public are advised not to bring home dogs from other areas to Mukim Taiping and Bukit Gantang, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year holidays, to avoid the risk of ra...
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Don’t bring dogs to rabies gazetted areas: Perak Vet dept
IPOH: Members of the public are advised not to bring home dogs from other areas to Mukim Taiping and Bukit Gantang, in conjunction with the Chinese New Year holidays, to avoid the risk of rabies infec...
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Newborn baby found abandoned in Surau in Kamunting
TAIPING: A newborn baby boy was found abandoned in a box, in front of Surau Nur Iman in Kampung Pinang Seberang, Kamunting near here yesterday.
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Rabies surveillance areas widen near Taiping
PUTRAJAYA: Three districts near Taiping will be monitored for rabies, in an extra measure by the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) to ensure the disease is controlled.
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