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Dipping levels at Melaka's dams causing low water pressure
MELAKA: Residents at the Cheng Ria medium cost flats here are complaining of low water pressure due to a reduction in levels at the state's two major dams – Durian...
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Melaka suspends outdoor activities
PETALING JAYA: All sports and outdoor activities in Melaka have been suspended due to the worsening haze situation in the state.
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Schools in Melaka will be closed if API exceeds 200 tomorrow, says state education director
MELAKA, Sept 15 — All schools in Melaka will be closed this Tuesday if the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading in the state reaches over 200 tomorrow, in line with the state’s haze action plan and t...
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Melaka schools to close Tuesday (Sept 17) if API exceeds 200 on Monday
MELAKA (Bernama): All schools in Melaka will be closed on Tuesday (Sept 17) if the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading in the state reaches more than 200 tomorrow, in...
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Mega fitness programme in Melaka called off due to haze
MELAKA: The Youth and Sports Ministry has called off a mega fitness programme at Bandar Hilir on Saturday (Sept 14) here due to the worsening haze in the state.
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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 residents assured of supply of face masks as air quality worsens
MELAKA: The state government will ensure there will be an adequate supply of face masks, air purifiers and eye drops following the deteriorating air quality caused by...
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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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Salmah’s Muhibbah House rebuilt in time for National Day
ALOR GAJAH: The facelift of an icon of unity – a pre-Merdeka kampung house here where Malaysians of all races come together – is close to completion.
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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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Melaka hopes to combat dengue with 16,000 'bachelor' mosquitoes
MELAKA: The state government has released 16,000 sterile “bachelor” mosquitoes with the aim of wiping out the population of the Aedes aegypti species here.
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War veterans to receive PJM title, says Mat Sabu
MELAKA: Army veterans who had served during the Emergency period will not be forgotten, says Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu.
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Melaka school canteens warned against use of toxic formalin in food
MELAKA: School canteen operators in the state have been warned against using formalin – a toxic substance that is used to prevent bodies from rotting – in their food, or face punitive action.
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Illegal dumpsite an eyesore at Jelutong burial ground
MELAKA: A state exco member is appealing to waste management contractors here to respect the phrase "rest in peace" and not turn the Jelutong burial ground here into an illegal dumpsite.
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Help us with gas detectors, says Pasir Gudang MP
JOHOR BARU: Chemical companies, factories and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) should come forward and provide gas detectors at schools around Pasir Gudang.
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Teen allegedly abused by father undergoes counselling, father on the run
MELAKA: A teenager allegedly abused by his father is currently undergoing psychiatric counselling at Melaka Hospital, says State Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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Many reach out to help rescue workers
PASIR GUDANG: The chemical pollution here has drawn out the best in people, with many coming forward to offer help and provide items such as drinks, food, masks and goodie bags.
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Pasir Gudang rescue personnel receive aid
The Melaka state government on Sunday provided over 1,000 masks and goodie bags to the rescue personnel involved in the Pasir Gudang chemical pollution operation.Melaka Health and Anti-Drugs Committee...
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Boy lodges sodomy report against dad
MELAKA: A 16-year-old boy claimed that he had been sodomised by his own father for six years.The teenager lodged a report at the Tiang Dua police station here on Tuesday.
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Drug abuse among Melaka teens a concern
MELAKA - Six out of 27 secondary school students caught for drug abuse in the state this year have been found to be ganja addicts, says a state exco member.
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Drug abuse among Melaka teens a concern
MELAKA: Six out of 27 secondary school students caught for drug abuse in the state this year have been found to be ganja addicts, says a state exco member.
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Dengue cases in Melaka spike by 300%
MELAKA: The state has recorded a 300% increase in the number of dengue cases.
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Don’t turn a blind eye to minors at nightclubs, warns Low
MELAKA: Famous for its nightlife, Taman Melaka Raya, however, is be­­lieved to be attracting the wrong type of patrons – students and teenagers, a state exco member has claimed. State Health and Anti-Drug Com­mittee chairman Low Chee Leong said the case where five policemen were arrested for drug abuse at a nightclub together with a 14-year-old was an “eye-opener”.
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Low: Snakes invading flooded Melaka houses
MELAKA: There’s been an increase in slithering home invasions by pythons and monitor lizards following flash floods in the city on Wednesday, says state Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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Melaka flood victims warned to be on the look-out for pythons, monitor lizards
MELAKA: A Melaka exco member cautions against an invasion of pythons and huge monitor lizards into homes in low-lying areas in the city after the Wednesday (June 12) flash flood.
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Melaka Hospital is not haunted, says govt official, 'unlike old Changi hospital in Singapore'
MELAKA - The Melaka government is looking favourably at a suggestion to include ghost tours at "haunted" historical sites to boost local tourism.
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‘Melaka Hospital is not haunted’
MELAKA: The Melaka government is looking favourably at a suggestion to include ghost tours at “haunted” historical sites to boost local tourism. But the plan to include the pre-war Melaka Hospital in such tours was shot down by state Health and Anti-Drugs Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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Culture of giving by non-Muslim leaders should not be politicised: Malacca CM
MALACCA: The culture of giving among non-Muslim elected representatives during Ramadan in the state is a positive action and should not be politicised, said Malacca Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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CM: Bubur lambuk not okay, but money acceptable?
MELAKA: The culture of giving among non-Muslim elected representatives during Ramadan in the state is a positive action and should not be politicised, said Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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'Don't politicise distribution of food by non-Muslim leaders'
The culture of giving among non-Muslim elected representatives during Ramadan in the state is positive and should not be politicised, says Malacca Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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Melaka CM: Culture of giving by non-Muslim leaders should not be politicised
MELAKA, June 2 — The culture of giving among non-Muslim elected representatives during Ramadan in the state is a positive action and should not be politicised, said Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari...
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Foreigners spotted selling unapproved medicine in Melaka too
MELAKA: Illicit pharmaceutical and non-halal products are also being peddled by foreigners in the the state, says Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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Hundreds of fish found dead in Melaka River pollution, partly caused by industrial discharge
MELAKA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Hundreds of freshwater fish have been found dead at the historic Sungai Melaka waterway after a major pollution incident that was partly caused by the discharge o...
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Industrial discharge partly to blame for pollution
MELAKA: Industrial effluent has been identified as one of the key contributors to the pollution of the historic Sungai Melaka waterway, says State Health and Anti-Drug Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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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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Melaka river polluted, dam water to be flushed
MELAKA: Pollution has caused the water in Melaka River to turn black and foul-smelling, with dead fish, since yesterday, especially in Taman Rempah.
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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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Hundreds of fish found dead in Sungai Melaka pollution incident
MELAKA: Hundreds of freshwater fish have been found dead, as Sungai Melaka faces a major pollution incident.
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New Macau scam in Melaka alleges victims defrauded hospitals to get sleeping pills, 'aphrodisiacs'
MELAKA: A new Macau scam in Melaka alleges individuals defrauded government hospitals to obtain sleeping and "aphrodisiac" pills, says state Health and Anti-Drug committee chairman Low Chee Leong.
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Melaka getting help from 'Batman' to battle bat menace
MELAKA: Melaka looks at placing derivative posters of iconic superhero Batman to warn city folk against the growing population of short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus brachyotis) 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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Stand-alone Tobacco Control Act to designate all public places as no-smoking areas - Dzulkefly
MELAKA (Apr 1): The Health Ministry is committed to enacting a stand-alone Tobacco Control Act in the near future that will designate all public places as no-smoking areas, with a limited list of p...
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Dzulkefly mulls standalone law to enforce smoking ban
The Health Ministry is committed to enacting a standalone Tobacco Control Act in the near future that will designate all public places as no-smoking areas, with a limited list of places where smokers ...
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Stand-alone Tobacco Control Act to designate all public places as no-smoking areas, says Zulkefly
MELAKA, March 31 — The Health Ministry is committed to enacting a stand-alone Tobacco Control Act in the near future that will designate all public places as no-smoking areas, with a limited list of...
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Dengue: First death in Melaka, cases increase by 248%
MELAKA: Dengue has claimed its first life in the state this year, says an exco member.
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Waytha Moorthy's visit boosts confidence of debt-ridden temple society
MELAKA: The morale of the Kwong Fook Association committee members is high after National Unity and Social Well-being Minister P. Waytha Moorthy attended the annual prayers and dinner of the debt-ridden society that manages a Taoist temple in Tanjung Minyak here.
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Melaka exco member fails to find any errant smokers on three-day 'undercover' mission
MELAKA: Melaka exco member Low Chee Leong was did not come across a single smoker lighting up in eateries here during a three-day "undercover" mission.
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‘Firmer action needed to curb drug abuse’
MELAKA: Drug abuse among women and teenagers is becoming a major concern in the state, said Low Chee Leong.
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Malacca issues 966 warnings to smokers
The Melaka Health Department has issued 966 warning notices under the Control of Tobacco Product (Amendment) Regulations 2018 from Jan 1 to Feb 17.
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Melaka will continuously monitor Chikungunya cases
MELAKA, Feb 9 — The state Health Department will continuously monitor and control the outbreak of Chikungunya although the outbreak has been declared as over on Feb 6.
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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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Snatch theft victim gets ang pau, goodies for CNY
MELAKA: Lottery ticket seller Poh Loo Beng has a reason to cheer for this Chinese New Year.
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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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‘Ponggal a celebration for all’
MELAKA: State Health and Anti-Drugs Committee chairman Low Chee Leong wishes he could travel back in time to the carefree 1980s where celebrations like Ponggal were festivities for all.
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Melaka to give out graphic posters
MELAKA: The state wants to take a step further in implementing the no-smoking rule by distributing posters with graphic images of body parts affected by smoking to habitual smokers at eateries here, says a state exco member.
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