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Three-month-old baby rescued in operation to weed out beggars
JITRA: A three-month-old baby girl was among those rescued by the Social Welfare Department (SWD) in an integrated operation to weed out beggars and vagrants around Kubang Pasu and Kota Star last nigh...
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Baby found in surau is the third dumping case in Kedah
KUBANG PASU: Yet another newborn is found dumped in Kedah.
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Abandoned newborn found alive behind surau
KUBANG PASU: A newborn boy, who is still alive, was found abandoned behind a surau at Kampung Meribut in Kodiang here Saturday (Sept 17).
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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...
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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.
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Mukhriz: Over 1,000 homes damaged in Kedah storm
JITRA, Aug 11 — The storm on Friday which swept through the northern region damaged 1,358 houses in Kedah, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Mahathir.
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Over 1,000 homes damaged in Kedah storm: Mukhriz
JITRA: The storm on Friday which swept through the northern region damaged 1,358 houses in Kedah, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mukhriz Tun Dr Mahathir.
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39 receive treatment after typhoon hits Kedah
A total of 39 victims of a storm that hit several districts in Kedah last night were treated at government hospitals across the state.
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Motorist hit by zinc roof killed by passing car
ALOR SETAR: A 27-year-old motorist was killed after she was hit by a zinc roof which was ripped off from a house during a storm.
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39 storm victims receive treatment at govt hospitals in Kedah
ALOR SETAR, Aug 10 — A total of 39 victims of a storm that hit several districts in Kedah last night were treated at government hospitals across the state.
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Typhoon’s tail fells more than 300 trees in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: More than 300 incidents of fallen trees were reported throughout Penang following heavy rains and strong winds last night in a storm brought by the tail end of Typhoon Lekima.
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Met dept: No repeat storm anticipated for northern states
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Meteorological Department said the thunderstorm and strong winds which lashed the states of Penang, Perlis and Kedah last night, are not expected to recur.
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Exco: Reports of more than 300 fallen trees received in Penang after freak storm
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 10 — More than 300 incidents of fallen trees were reported throughout Penang following heavy rains and strong winds which began at 10pm last night.
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(Video) Heavy rain, thunderstorm wreak havoc in northern states
LANGKAWI: Heavy rains and strong thunderstorm ripped through the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia Friday evening.
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Heavy rain, thunderstorm wreak havoc in northern states
LANGKAWI (Aug 10): Heavy rains and strong thunderstorm ripped through the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia Friday evening.
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Malaysia lashed by storm, causing havoc in Penang, Kedah, Perlis
BUTTERWORTH/ALOR SETAR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Parts of Malaysia were lashed by a severe storm on Friday (Aug 9) leaving uprooted trees and debris in several states including Penang, where five...
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Thunderstorm, heavy rain wreak havoc in northern states
Heavy rains and strong thunderstorm ripped through the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia last night.
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Havoc in many areas as storm hits Kedah and Perlis
ALOR SETAR: Several areas in Kedah and Perlis were hit by storm from 8.00pm on Friday night (Aug 9), resulting in many uprooted trees, damaged roofs and a few cars being crushed by fallen trees.
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Storm sweeps northern states, kills one in Kedah, five hurt in Penang (VIDEO)
LANGKAWI, Aug 10 — Heavy rains and strong thunderstorm ripped through the northern states of Peninsular Malaysia yesterday evening.
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Alor Setar river too dirty for use in water supply
ALOR SETAR: Immediate and intensive treatment is needed for Alor Setar river which is so polluted that it can no longer be used for water supply to residents, an executive councillor said today.
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Due to rising pollution, Alor Setar river no longer usable for water supply
The river pollution level in Alor Setar city is currently in Class Three, which requires immediate intensive treatment because it can no longer be used for water supply to residents.
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Putrajaya says departure levy to take effect after Haj season
KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah said today that Putrajaya is planning to implement the departure levy for outbound air travellers in September.
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Myanmar man caught with live bullets at Malaysia-Thai border
ALOR SETAR, Kedah: A Myanmar man was caught with 13 live bullets at a rubber plantation near the Malaysia-Thai border at Bukit Kayu Hitam, Malaysian border police said on Tuesday (Jun 11).
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Myanmar man nabbed at Thai border, live bullets seized
ALOR STAR: The General Operations Force apprehended a Myanmar man at a rubber smallholding near the Thai border, near Bukit Kayu Hitam, last Sunday for possessing 13 live bullets.
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Maszlee advises students to celebrate Raya in moderation
KUBANG PASU (June 7): Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik has advised students to celebrate Aidilfitri in moderation and to avoid from getting injured when playing with firecrackers.
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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...
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Boy strangled to death by curtain tie-back
JITRA: An 11-year-old boy died when his neck got entangled in a curtain tie-back that was hung on a baby spring cradle.
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In Kedah, boy strangled to death by curtain cord
ALOR SETAR, May 12 — An 11-year-old boy died, believed to have been strangled, after his neck was entangled in a curtain tie-back at his home in Taman Belimbing, Jitra, yesterday.
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11-year-old boy died dies after neck gets entangled in curtain tie-back
ALOR STAR: An 11-year-old boy died, believed to have been strangled, after his neck was entangled in a curtain tie-back at his home in Taman Belimbing, Jitra, yesterday.
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Kedah cops arrest eight, seize 190 batteries believed stolen from dozens of telco towers
PENDANG: Kedah police seized 190 units of Valve Regulated Lead Acid Batteries, stolen from telecommunication towers at various locations in the state, and arrested eight suspects at the end of April.
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PH receptive to survey, opinions on its performance: Amiruddin
JITRA: A survey by any polling firm on Pakatan Harapan’s administration is most welcome to give the people an idea on the government’s performance, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Ham...
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Deputy finance minister: Opinion poll could be basis for gov't plans, actions
A survey by any polling firm on Pakatan Harapan's administration is most welcome to give the people an idea on the government’s performance, said Deputy Finance Minister Amiruddin Hamzah.
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Public opinion survey welcomed for overview on govt’s performance
JITRA, April 27 — A survey by any polling firm on Pakatan Harapan’s administration is most welcome to give the people an idea on the government’s performance, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk ...
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Anwar: Surveys can help Govt identify weaknesses in administration
KOTA BARU (Bernama): Surveys carried out by the Merdeka Centre provide input to the government on current development in the country, says Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
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Jitra fast food restaurant burned in arson
ALOR STAR: A fast food restaurant at Jalan Kepala Batas, Jitra, here, incurred losses of about RM30,000 after it was set on fire by an unidentified man, early today.
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‘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.
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Singapore, Malaysia need further discussions to solve water issue: Saifuddin
KUBANG PASU: Negotiations on the sale of water to Singapore through the 1962 Water Agreement will require continuous efforts from both parties to find a mutually beneficial solution.
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Kuala Terengganu, PJ, among ‘top 10 happiest local councils’, says report
KUALA LUMPUR (March 21): Are you happy with the way your local council is doing its job?
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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.
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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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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.
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Immigration Dept detain 23 foreigners in Kubang Pasu
ALOR SETAR, Feb 26 — 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.
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Stricter conditions for aid meant to ‘whiten’ BR1M list of candidates
JITRA: The requirements for the 2019 Cost of Living Aid (BSH), which are considered more stringent by some quarters, are not aimed at reducing the number of recipients but merely to ensure only those ...
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Stringent requirements for BSH to ensure only those eligible receive aid
JITRA: The requirements for the 2019 Cost of Living Aid (BSH) which is more stringent was not aimed at reducing the number of recipients but merely to ensure only those who are eligible enjoy the bene...
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Stricter BSH criteria meant to ensure applicants' eligibility
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 those who are eli...
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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...
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Kedah Aksem foils attempt to smuggle cockle spats into Thailand
ALOR STAR: The Malaysian Border Control Agency (Aksem) in Kedah arrested two men last night and seized 100kg of cockle spats worth RM50,000 which they believed were to be smuggled into Thailand.
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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.
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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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