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BUKIT MERTAJAM • The Penang authorities believe there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Seberang Perai alone, but the number of illegal operators may easily outnumber these legal outfits.
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GEORGE TOWN: Hundreds of people from all walks of life came to pay their last respects to the iconic leader of the civil society movement - S. M. Mohamed Idris - who passed away due to old age at the ...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - While authorities believe that there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Penang's Seberang Prai alone, the number of illegal operators may easily...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: While authorities believe that there are about 400 plastic recycling factories in Seberang Prai alone, the number of illegal operators may easily outnumber the legal ones.
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS).
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgment, said ...
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PUTRAJAYA (May 14): The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgmen...
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The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Zaharah Ibrahim said that PPS could not be constituted under the ...
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PUTRAJAYA, May 14 — The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang state government has no power to set up the Voluntary Patrol Unit (PPS). Chief Judge of Malaya Tan Sri Zaharah Ibrahim, in her judgm...
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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The law does not grant the Penang state government power to set up Voluntary Patrol Units (PPS), ruled the Federal Court on Tuesday (May 14).
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PUTRAJAYA: The Federal Court today ruled that the Penang government is not empowered under the law to set up the voluntary patrol group known as the Voluntary Patrol Scheme or PPS.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Department of Environment (DOE) and Fisheries Department have been tasked with investigating reports of a high level of metal poisoning in Penang seas.
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KEPALA BATAS: A 48-year old man, believed to be mentally-challenged, is alleged to have set fire to three semi-detached houses in Pangkalan Bangor here yesterday.
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TASEK GELUGOR: Penang has fully recovered from the floods that had afflicted the island since Wednesday, with the closure of the temporary relief centre at Muhibbah Hall Merbau Kudung at about 2pm tod...
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KEPALA BATAS,  May 11  — A 48-year old man, believed to be mentally-challenged, is alleged to have set fire to three semi-detached houses in Pangkalan Bangor here today.
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KEPALA BATAS (Bernama): A 48-year-old man, believed to be mentally-ill, is alleged to have set fire to three semi-detached houses in Pangkalan Bangor here Saturday (May 11).
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TASEK GELUGOR, May 11 — Penang has fully recovered from the floods that hit the island since Wednesday with the closure of the temporary relief centre at Muhibbah Hall Merbau Kudung at about 2pm tod...
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TASEK GELUGOR: The relief centre at Surau Kampung Tok Sani has been closed this morning after all the 35 flood evacuees from seven families were allowed to return home.
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TASEK GELUGOR, May 11 ― The relief centre at Surau Kampung Tok Sani has been closed this morning after all the 35 flood evacuees from seven families were allowed to return home.
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BUTTERWORTH • Heavy rains have caused flash floods in various parts of Penang, forcing dozens of residents to be evacuated to relief centres yesterday.
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TASEK GELUGOR: Some 120 flood victims from 23 families are still housed at two relief centres opened here and in Butterworth until 7pm this evening.
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Some 120 flood victims from 23 families are still housed at two relief centres opened in Tasek Gelugor and Butterworth until 7pm this evening.
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TASEK GELUGOR (Bernama): Some 120 flood victims from 23 families are still housed at two relief centres opened here and in Butterworth as at 7pm Thursday (May 9).
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GEORGE TOWN: An overnight storm wreaked havoc in the low-lying areas of Penang with flash flooding, minor landslips and fallen trees both on the island and mainland.
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GEORGE TOWN: A prolonged downpour has left many parts of Penang including Butterworth in the mainland under water, as weathermen warned of strong winds in the northern peninsula.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government is well-equipped to face any situation arising from the ongoing wet spell.
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GEORGE TOWN: Don’t leave home without your umbrella today. That is the advice for Penangites as the state is placed on Yellow alert for 48 hours following incessant rain since yesterday.
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GEORGE TOWN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysia's northern Penang state has been placed under an 'orange alert' for 48 hours following incessant rain since Monday (May 6).
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang is under orange alert for 48 hours following incessant rain since Monday (May 6).
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17 students required medical attention after a lab experiment went awry at a secondary school in Bayan Lepas, Penang on Monday.State Environment Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh said the situation was...
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BALIK PULAU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A total of 17 students were hurt in a chemical leakage and explosion incident at a school in Bayan Lepas town in Penang, with another 70 affected by the resu...
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BALIK PULAU: Thirteen students – 11 females and two males – were affected after inhaling iodine gas during a science experiment in the school’s laboratory in Bayan Lepas, Penang.
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GEORGE TOWN: 17 students from SMK Bayan Lepas were taken ill after a chemical gas leak occured in one of the school’s science laboratories, here today.
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GEORGE TOWN: Seventeen students are believed to be injured following what is said to be a chemical leak at a secondary school in Bayan Lepas, with 70 others feared to be affected by the vapours.
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BALIK PULAU: A total of 17 students were hurt in a chemical leakage and explosion incident at a school in Bayan Lepas, with another 70 affected by the resulting vapour.
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GEORGE TOWN, May 6 — A chemical leak at a Bayan Lepas secondary school caused injuries to 17 students and affected another 70 this morning, according to unconfirmed reports.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Island City Council (MBPP) has issued a 24-hour ultimatum to a landowner to clear up waste at its construction site in Paya Terubong.
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GEORGE TOWN: Three cases of illegal dumping of waste were detected in the past 14 days raising concerns over indiscriminate discarding of waste here.
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BUTTERWORTH: It has been 12 years since DAP promised to abolish the Sungai Nyior toll collection.
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GEORGE TOWN: Two illegal dumping activities were spotted here, a week after waste was seen being disposed into the sea along Farquhar Street.
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang’s quest to reduce plastic bag usage has brought political foes together in the state assembly.
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GEORGE TOWN: A state executive councillor called an opposition member a liar during a heated debate on the recent eviction of six families from the PPR flats at Taman Manggis at the state assembly tod...
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Those responsible for the deforestation on top of a hill near the Mengkuang Dam will be dealt with severely, according to the Penang government.
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GEORGE TOWN: It has been more than 12 hours, but the state Fire and Rescue Department is still fighting a blaze at a one-acre illegal dumpsite in Tanjung Tokong, Penang.
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GEORGE TOWN: The state government wants the police to take action against the culprits who illegally disposed waste into the sea off Farquhar Street here.
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GEORGE TOWN: A police report has been filed by the Penang Island City Council on the illegal disposal of waste into the sea along Farquhar Street here.
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GEORGE TOWN: Two men who came in a lorry were seen disposing of waste into the sea off Farquhar Street here Friday (April 19).
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GEORGE TOWN: Batu Uban assemblyman A. Kumaresan is recovering at a hospital here after collapsing at home due to high blood pressure.
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Illegal dumping at a marshland in Bukit Teh near Machang Bubok here is still going on despite the landowners being slapped with several notices to stop all illegal dumping activities and rehabilitate the land.
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GEORGE TOWN: Hundreds of workers, including Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow, were ordered to be evacuated from the Komtar building around 3.30pm, as a fire alarm sounded throughout the sprawling complex.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government will hold a discussion with stakeholders before it decides to implement a plastic bag levy of 50 sen, up from the 20 sen per piece now, mainly at supermarkets.
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The Penang government will hold a discussion with stakeholders before it decides whether to increase the plastic bag levy to 50 sen, up from the current 20 sen per bag.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 30 — The Penang government will hold a discussion with stakeholders before it decides to implement a plastic bag levy of 50 sen, from the 20 sen per piece now, at mainly supermark...
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang will fully enforce its “No Single-Use Plastic” initiative starting next year upon completing a total of eight dialogue sessions with stakeholders.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 28 — Penang is considering raising the charge for each plastic bag to 50 sen as the 20 sen charge was found ineffective in reducing its usage, said Welfare, Caring Society and E...
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang is considering raising the charge for each plastic bag to 50 sen as the 20 sen charge was found ineffective in reducing its usage, said Welfare, Caring Society and Environment Comm...
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GEORGE TOWN: While Chinese families are getting paper offerings including Musang King durian ready for the Qing Ming festival, Penangites are advised to practise hygiene and cleanliness, and not turn cemeteries into a breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes.
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GEORGE TOWN: A Penang government official today revealed that the illegal dumping ground in Bukit Mertajam didn’t appear out of the blue but has been an “on-again-off-again” dumping ground for t...
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More than 100 Muslims on Thursday gathered in the hometown of 17-year-old Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi for an absentee funeral prayer in honour of the Malaysian teen who was killed during the March 15...
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GEORGE TOWN: More than 100 Muslims gathered for an absentee funeral prayer in honour of 17-year-old Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, the Malaysian who was killed during the recent New Zealand mosque attack as well as for the other 49 victims.
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The remains of Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, a 17-year old Malaysian from Kedah, who died during the random shooting at two mosques in Christchurch last Friday was buried at the Bromley Memorial Park C...
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PETALING JAYA: Muhd Haziq Tarmizi, the last of the 50 casualties of the attack on two mosques in a New Zealand city to be positively identified, has been laid to rest.
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GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): The remains of Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, 17, who died during the terrorist attack at two mosques last week, was buried at the Bromley Memorial Park Cemetery in Christchurch on Thursday (March 21).
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GEORGE TOWN, March 21 — Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, a 17-year old Malaysian from Kedah, who died during the mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch last Friday was buried at the Bromley Memori...
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The Malaysian teenager who went missing after the Christchurch mosque massacre has been confirmed dead.Penang executive councillor Phee Boon Poh on Wednesday night said the Malaysian High Commission i...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 21 — Malaysian Muhammad Haziq Mohd Tarmizi who was gunned down in the Christchurch mosque attack last Friday will not be coming home.
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PETALING JAYA: The terror attacks in New Zealand last Friday at the two mosques there, has claimed the life of a young Malaysian.
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GEORGE TOWN: Malaysian Mohd Haziq Mohd Tarmizi (pic) who went missing after the mass shooting at two Christ­church mosques has been confirmed dead.
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GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian teenager who went missing after the Christchurch mosque massacre has been confirmed dead.
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GEORGE TOWN: A 17-year-old Malaysian teen, who was reported missing in last week’s Christchurch shooting, has been confirmed dead.
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 20 — A 17-year-old Malaysian who went missing during a shooting at two mosques in New Zealand has been confirmed dead.
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PETALING JAYA: The terror attacks in New Zealand last Friday at the two mosques there, has claimed the life of a young Malaysian.
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Penang may be turning into a dumping ground for China plastics after mounds of industrial waste were found at an oil palm estate in Kampung Berangan Sembilan, Bukit Teh, here.
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PETALING JAYA: It was a heart-wrenching few minutes for Marina Hamzah as she stood inside a mortuary in New Zealand today, her eyes on five bodies laid out on the table.
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GEORGE TOWN: Three Malaysians who were injured in the terrorist attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand last Friday are recovering well at the Christchurch Hospital, according to a represe...
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GEORGE TOWN, March 19 — Three Malaysians who were injured in the terrorist attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand last Friday are recovering well at the Christchurch Hospital, according...
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GEORGE TOWN: Three Malaysians who were injured in the terrorist attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand last Friday are recovering well at the Christchurch Hospital, according to a represe...
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KUALA LUMPUR (March 19): Mohd Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, 17, who went missing after a random shooting incident in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday has not been found.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Mohd Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, 17, who went missing after a random shooting incident in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday has not been found.
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 19 — Mohd Haziq Mohd Tarmizi, 17, who went missing after a random shooting incident in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday has not been found.
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GEORGE TOWN (March 18): A Malaysian victim in the Christchurch mosque attack, Rahimi Ahmad is showing positive signs and will have to undergo a follow-up surgery today.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 18 ― One Malaysian victim of the Christchurch, New Zealand mass shootings last week is stable after a third operation this morning, said Bayan Lepas assemblyman Azrul Mahathir Azi...
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GEORGE TOWN: The three Malaysians who were shot at a mosque in New Zealand have to undergo more surgeries before they are in the clear.
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GEORGE TOWN: A Malaysian who was shot in the Christchurch mosque attack is showing positive signs and will have to undergo a follow-up surgery.
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PETALING JAYA: A quick decision to play dead instead of making a run for it most likely saved 39-year-old Rahimi Ahmad’s life.
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GEORGE TOWN: A Malaysian victim in the Christchurch mosque attack, Rahimi Ahmad is showing positive signs and will have to undergo a follow-up surgery tomorrow.
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A Malaysian victim in the Christchurch mosque attack, Rahimi Ahmad, is said to be showing positive signs and will have to undergo follow-up surgery tomorrow.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 17 — A Malaysian victim in the Christchurch mosque attack, Rahimi Ahmad is showing positive signs and will have to undergo a follow-up surgery tomorrow.
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: While work is underway to clear Sungai Kim Kim in Johor, another case of illegal chemical waste dumping may have been detected deep inside an oil palm estate in Bukit Teh near here.
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysians living in Christchurch have organised search parties and sought police assistance to help locate 17-year-old Muhd Haziq Tarmizi, who remains missing after the carnage at Al N...
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The oldest son of one of the Malaysians injured in the attack at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, yesterday, is still in trauma and requires special attention from his mother, said the boy’...
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GEORGE TOWN, March 16 — The oldest son of one of the Malaysians injured in the attack at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, yesterday, is still in trauma and requires special attention from h...
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GEORGE TOWN: The Penang state government will be supporting the mother and brother of Rahimi Ahmad, who survived the Christchurch terror attack
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GEORGE TOWN: The mother and brother of Rahimi Ahmad, one of the Malaysians injured in the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch yesterday, will leave for New Zealand this afternoon.
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GEORGE TOWN: The mother and brother of Rahimi Ahmad, one of the Malaysians injured in the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch yesterday will leave for New Zealand today on a 3.30 pm fligh...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 16 — Phee Boon Poh and Azrul Aziz Mahathir who are flying to New Zealand today are not just representing Penang but also the federal government in its show of support for the Mal...
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Penang state representatives will join the family of Rahimi Ahmad, the Malaysian injured in the terrorist attacks on two mosques in New Zealand today, in a flight to Christchurch today.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 15 — Bayan Lepas assemblyman Azrul Mahathir Aziz and state exco Phee Boon Poh will be flying to New Zealand tomorrow to visit Malaysian Rahimi Ahmad, one of the victims in the Chr...
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GEORGE TOWN: The family of Rahimi Ahmad, 36, one of the three Malaysians confirmed injured in today’s Christchurch mosque shootings, heaved a sigh of relief when they received news that he survived.
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GEORGE TOWN, March 15 — Malaysian Rahimi Ahmad, one of the victims in the Christchurch shooting in New Zealand earlier today, is in critical condition, his wife told his family here in a long distan...