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Topic: Kota Laksamana

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Lard-free mooncakes enliven festival
MELAKA: To make the food of the Mid-Autumn Festival more acceptable, some kampung folks are making lard-free mooncakes so that more people can join in the fun.
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Melaka govt defends hiring of former sex worker, addict in anti-drug drive
MELAKA - The Melaka government is not in the "erotica" business, says State Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong following the decision to engage a non-government organisation (NGO)...
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Melaka govt defends hiring of former sex worker, addict in anti-drug drive
MELAKA: The Melaka government is not in the “erotica” business, says State Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong following the decision to...
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DAP lawmakers criticise Mahathir’s labeling of Dong Zong as ‘racist’
PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has become the subject of further criticism by his own Pakatan Harapan (PH) allies over several recent decisions and statements made by the prime minister.
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Malacca DAP reps want retraction, say Dr M's attack turned khat issue racial
Malacca DAP has called on Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad to retract his labelling of Dong Zong as "racist", saying the attack had turned the khat issue from an education to a racial one.
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Yong Tai CEO: I was a bit over-optimistic
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 10): A lack of understanding of the tourism industry has “devastated” Yong Tai, CEO and executive director Datuk Wira Boo Kuang Loon told The Edge Malaysia.
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Melaka cops probing senior citizen's death after signs of ransacking discovered
MELAKA: Melaka police are probing the cause of a senior citizen's death in Kota Laksamana here after signs of ransacking were discovered.
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Malacca river turns black, smelly, with dead fish, due to suspected pollution
MALACCA: Pollution has caused the water in Malacca River to turn black and foul-smelling, with dead fish, since yesterday, especially in Taman Rempah here.
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Exco fears repeat of Pasir Gudang with Sg Melaka pollution
Pollution has caused the water in Malacca River to turn black and foul-smelling with dead fish since yesterday, especially in Taman Rempah.
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Melaka River turns black, smelly, with dead fish, due to suspected pollution
MELAKA, May 20 — Pollution has caused the water in Melaka River to turn black and foul-smelling, with dead fish, since yesterday, especially in Taman Rempah here.
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Storm rattles more than just roofs in Melaka
ELAKA: Multiple lightning strikes here Tuesday (April 16) night raised fears in many city folk, says Melaka Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong. L
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Brazen crows targeting panties in Melaka
MELAKA: Crows have become a menace here, driving residents to despair while leaving one local councillor trying to figure out why the birds are targeting women’s undies.
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Panty-snatchers in Melaka will be shot
MELAKA (April 11): Yes, you have read that right.
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Panty-stealing crows driving Melaka residents nuts, dozens of reports lodged
MELAKA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Crows have become menace here, driving residents to despair while leaving one local councillor trying to figure out why the birds are targeting women's undies.
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Crows go on panty raids in Melaka, dozens of reports lodged
MELAKA: Crows have become menace here, driving residents to despair while leaving one local councillor trying to figure out why the birds are targeting women’s undies.
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Melaka housing developer sponsors The Star subscriptions for needy students
MELAKA: A property developer has sponsored full one-year subscription packages of The Star to 50 needy students here with the aim of inculcating the reading habit among them.
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Melaka CM visits hardcore poor families
MELAKA: Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari visited two hardcore poor families in Kota Laksamana here and pasted a rectangular paper with the Chinese character “Fook" (fortune) on the walls of their homes.
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Kayveas the one who sold us out, MyPPP leader says
PETALING JAYA: The deputy secretary-general of the now de-registered MyPPP has hit out at its president M Kayveas for claiming that Barisan Nasional (BN) bullied the party ahead of the May 9 polls.
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