Topic: Kubang Pasu
171 schools in Kedah damaged by Friday's storm
ALOR SETAR (Aug 12): A total of 171 schools in several districts in Kedah were reported to have been damaged by last Friday’s storm, said state Education and Human Resource Committee chairman Dr S...
171 schools in Kedah damaged by freak storm
A total of 171 schools in several districts in Kedah were reported to have been damaged by last Friday’s storm, said state exco for education and human resources Salmee Said.
Op Selamat: police identify six hotspots in Kedah
ALOR STAR: Police have identified six road accident hotspots in the state and will focus on them in the 15/2019 Op Selamat (Road Safety Operation) in conjunction with Hari Raya Aidilfitri from tomorro...
‘Water price talks must continue’
KUBANG PASU: Negotiations on the sale of water to Singapore via the 1962 Water Agreement will require continuous efforts by both parties to find a mutually beneficial solution.
Dengue cases in Kedah double
KULIM: A total of 473 dengue cases were recorded in Kedah from January to March 2 this year, a more than double increase from the 193 cases recorded in the same period last year.
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.
23 foreign nationals detained in Kubang Pasu
ALOR STAR: Twenty-three foreign nationals, including a one-year-old Indonesian boy, were detained in an operation by the Immigration Department in Kubang Pasu which ended early today.
New BSH conditions for the deserving
JITRA, Feb 23 — The requirements for 2019 Cost of Living Aid (BSH) which were considered more stringent by some quarters were not aimed at reducing the number of recipients but merely to ensure only...
Foiled: Attempt to smuggle cockles into Thailand
ALOR SETAR (Bernama): The Malaysian Border Control Agency (Aksem) in Kedah arrested two men last night (Feb 4) and seized 100kg of cockle spats worth RM50,000 which they believed were to be smuggled into Thailand.
Motorcycle taxi operator gets 6 months for smuggling liquor
JITRA : A 42-year-old motorcycle taxi operator, who ferries passengers across the Malaysia-Thailand border crossing in Bukit Kayu Hitam, was fined RM100,000 or six months' imprisonment in default for possessing 12 one-litre bottles of illegal liquor when he was stopped at a roadblock in early January.
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