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BUTTERWORTH: The price of ikan kembong (Indian mackerel) may continue to soar if reclamation of the sea off Penang is not stopped, warn fishermen in the state.
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PUTRAJAYA: Rosmah Mansor’s lawyer today said the former prime minister’s wife had complied with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) notice for her to declare her assets before her ...
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BERLIN: Drivers who want to update the appearance of their cars do not have a whole load of options.
Drivers | BERLIN | Figures | RAL | Germany | US | RM16 | 500 | RM10 | 300 | US$4 | 000 | US$2 | 500 | 2019
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IF you pay income taxes, you are among only 15% of Malaysia’s 15 million workforce who do so.
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PETALING JAYA: Children are learning to smoke at an early age, no thanks to a new candy that resembles cigarettes.
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PETALING JAYA: Experts have sounded the alarm on the high sugar content of bubble tea, advising Malaysians to avoid the drink for the sake of their health.
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PARIS, July 21 — French luxury fashion house Saint Laurent has collaborated with Cotodama to release a YSL-branded edition of the Lyric Speaker Canvas, a device that functions as a piece of art as m...
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KUANTAN: A 39-year-old female school teacher who borrowed money from a loan shark two years ago found printed material bearing her picture accompanied by humiliating words, displayed in an area near h...
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KUANTAN: A 39-year-old female school teacher, who borrowed money from a loan shark two years ago, found printed material bearing her picture, accompanied by humiliating words, displayed in an area nea...
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MIRI: Some 54 endangered wildlife of various species have been rescued from pet shops here following a major raid by Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) enforcement units.
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PORT DICKSON: “We accept the decision of the court but whatever it is, our family isn’t coming back.”
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PORT DICKSON • A 55-year-old Malaysian lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year in Port...
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Philip (seated, fourth left) and Socso Miri enforcement chief Neili Stephen on his left join the participants of ‘Program Seranta Perkeso 2019’ in a group photo.
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PORT DICKSON: A lorry driver was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment and fined RM40,000 by the magistrate’s court here today for four counts after he was found guilty of reckless driving which r...
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PORT DICKSON - A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year.
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PORT DICKSON (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January ...
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GEORGE TOWN: The High Court today awarded RM114,470 in damages and costs to a part-time cameraman from Radio Televisyen Malaysia who was shot by a rogue bodyguard along a highway here in 2016.
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TELUK INTAN: The police have arrested a 48-year-old jobless man and seized some 225kg worth of ketum leaves at Jalan Kampung Sungai Rubana here.
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PORT DICKSON: A 55-year-old lorry driver was sentenced to five years' jail for reckless driving and causing the deaths of four members of a Singaporean family in January last year.
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MIRI: Police arrested a local man and seized various types of drugs worth RM10,100 in an anti-drug operation here last night.
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Abdul Karim (third left) together with (from right) Siaw, Edwin and others pose in front of the KWJF 2019 street mural.
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MIRI: Police have arrested a man for allegedly trafficking drugs at the busy Miri waterfront commercial centre.
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KUCHING: A 26-year-old car accessories salesman was sentenced to a day’s jail and fined RM10,000 for offering a RM50-bribe to vehicle inspector last year.
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PUTRAJAYA: A 49–year–old woman was sentenced to a year’s jail by the Court of Appeal here today for scalding her domestic helper almost five years ago.
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PUTRAJAYA, July 18 — A 49-year-old woman was sentenced to a year’s jail by the Court of Appeal here today for scalding her domestic helper almost five years ago.
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SEREMBAN: Five men pleaded not guilty in the magistrate’s court today to obstructing the police from discharging their duty by stopping and checking a police patrol vehicle during the Rantau state b...
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SEREMBAN, July 18 — Five men pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court today to obstructing the police from discharging their duty by stopping and checking a police patrol vehicle during the Ra...
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SEREMBAN: Five individuals pleaded not guilty to a charge of obstructing a policeman from carrying out his duties during the Rantau by-election period in April.
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PETALING JAYA: Two directors of LC Marketing Network Media Sdn Bhd were fined RM10,000 each after they pleaded guilty to having 79 units of non-certified Android TV boxes at the Digital Mall here.
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ABIDJAN (Ivory Coast), July 17 — Ivory Coast and Ghana, the world’s two largest cocoa producers, have ended a threat to stop selling their production in what was a push for higher prices.
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KUANTAN: The government has warned employers against making salary deductions without informing their employees or without prior approval from the Labour Department of Peninsular Malaysia (JTKSM). JTK...
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KUANTAN: Afraid that her father would be detained for tax evasion a teacher was cheated of RM10,000 after giving her banking details to an unknown person.
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MELAKA: Melaka will be going after foreigners dressed as "superheroes" who charge tourists money to take pictures with them, says Chief Minister Adly Zahari.
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Juliana (seated centre) with Upko Wanita exco members.
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BUKIT MERTAJAM: Organisers of the annual St Anne’s Feast has themed the seventh day of the 10-day celebration as “Mission to Save Mother Earth”.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Loan sharks are using foreign mobile phone numbers to harass their targets as they believe it can slow down the process of tracing them, says MCA Public Services and Complaints Department chief Datuk Seri Michael Chong.
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MELAKA (July 16): The Melaka State Assembly today unanimously passed the Wood-Based Industries (Amendment) Enactment Bill 2019.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A senior administrative executive is living in fear after a moneylender threatened to burn down his home due to money owed by his son.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Loan sharks are using foreign mobile numbers to send intimidating messages to victims.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): Malaysia desperately needs an integrated tourism plan, and not more taxes, to grow its tourism industry, said AirAsia Group chief executive officer Tan Sri Tony Fernandes.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A senior administrative executive is living in fear after a moneylender threatened to burn down his home due to money owed by his son.
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The prosecution's appeal to reinstate a jail term against activist Haris Fathillah Mohamed Ibrahim (above) for sedition is set for hearing before the Court of Appeal on Aug 26.
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PEKAN NENAS: A 40-year-old local who rushed to work in Singapore paid a hefty price after he was fined for not stopping and showing his passport to immigration officers.
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Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi – Bernama file photo KOTA KINABALU: Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister, Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi said museum entrance fees in the country need to be reviewed since its relati...
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SEREMBAN: The free shuttle bus service in Seremban town which has been implemented since March 23 this year, if fully utilised, is one good way to reduce the monthly expenses of the people living in t...
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KOTA KINABALU: Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister, Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi said museum entrance fees in the country need to be reviewed since it is relatively low compared to other countries.
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KOTA KINABALU, July 15 — The Auditor-General’s Report has recommended a restructuring of the 1Malaysia Training Scheme (SL1M) after a host of discrepancies was found with its management including ...
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KUALA KANGSAR: A male teacher, believed to be the mastermind in selling cloned cars, was among five individuals detained by the police in separate operations carried out here from July 5 to 12.
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MALACCA: A total of 4,488 units of the Industrial Skills Training Programme (PLKP) training equipment managed by the Malacca State Economic Planning Unit (UPEN) were not used at optimum level while 68...
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MELAKA: The Melaka Tourism Business Club has praised officers of the state Immigration Department for arresting "Spiderman" here last weekend.
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Okay, for this article, let’s just only show numbers, numbers and numbers yeah.
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Ann Hand, the CEO of Super League, says China is the place to be if companies want to tap the potential of the fast growing eSports market.
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MELAKA: The Melaka Tourism Business Club has praised officers of the state Immigration Department for arresting "Spiderman" here last weekend.
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PUSING, July 15 — State Health, Consumer Affairs, National Integration and Human Resources Committee chairman A. Sivanesan today confirmed that out of the 28 samples taken from alcohol-poisoning cas...
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KOTA TINGGI: Twenty-five Indonesians, including two boat captains, were charged at the magistrate's court here for attempts to sneak out of the country illegally.
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NO workplace is immune to mental health issues – and their impact in psychological, social and economic terms is high.
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Former attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali is seeking RM10,000,000 in general damages from Lim Kit Siang over the latter's remarks concerning his role in the 1MDB scandal.
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PETALING JAYA: An NGO against deaths and abuse in custody says the family members of a Nigerian PhD student who died in a detention centre last week will only be able to claim funeral expenses due to ...
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DAVID wong loves golf. And he thinks there should be more golfers around.
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Liew (fourth right) handing over a mock cheque of RM10,000 to Wong in support of the event.
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Liew (centre) presenting the Chief Minister’s Award to Tagap Dance Theatre, Sabah (International Category).
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PETALING JAYA: A group of free range or ayam kampung breeders have cautioned Malaysians about the prevalence of ‘fake’ ayam kampung, which are sold at cheaper prices to lure buyers.
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Chan (fourth right) handing over a contribution of RM10,000 to Wong (fourth left) in support of the association’s activities.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Though the time frame for e-hailing drivers to obtain the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence has been extended for another three months from Friday, some e-hailing passengers in Klang ...
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PETALING JAYA (July 12): Malaysia is not benefitting from the taxes on short stay platforms like Airbnb, because it is flowing out of the country, said the the Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners (M...
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PETALING JAYA (July 12): Malaysia is not benefitting from the taxes on short stay platforms like Airbnb, because it is flowing out of the country, said the the Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners (M...
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LC Marketing Media Sdn Bhd and its two directors have been ordered to pay fines totaling RM35,000 after pleading guilty for owning 79 uncertified Android TV boxes with the intention to sell.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 12 — The police said today it will investigate those present during a protest at the Nigerian High Commission claiming the latter’s negligence towards fellow countrymen, which t...
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Money from tourists staying in Malaysia is leaving the country through alternative online booking sites like Airbnb, the Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners (MAHO) president Tan Sri Teo Chiang Hong ...
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PEKAN NENAS - A Singaporean was fined RM2,500 (S$820) in a Johor court for not showing his passport when exiting Malaysia.
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PETALING JAYA, July 12 — Money from tourists staying in Malaysia is leaving the country through disruptive accommodation platforms like Airbnb, the Malaysian Association of Hotel Owners (MAHO) presi...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Star Foundation has received the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Leadership Award at the CSR Malaysia Awards 2019.
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PEKAN NENAS (Johor) • A Singaporean has been fined RM2,500 (S$820) in a Johor court for not showing his passport when exiting Malaysia.
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Phillip (front row, third right) in a group photo with his executive officers involved in the Ops Pemutihan.
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PETALING JAYA: The Johor state govt must explain the purchase of multi-gas detectors said to be unsuitable for use that have been distributed to 111 schools as the purchase cost more than RM1mil of taxpayers' money, says Wanita MCA central committee member Chan San San.
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Besides working on an immediate solution for Streamyx customers, TM appears to be offering more affordable unlimited broadband customers in fibre areas.
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PEKAN NENAS (THE STAR / ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - "Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport." This was the mitigation of Singaporean manager Muhammad Alfal...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 10): The implementation of the JPJeBid online vehicle number plate bidding system was extended to Kedah for the KET registration series, the Road Transport Department (RTD) said.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The implementation of the JPJeBid online vehicle number plate bidding system was extended to Kedah for the KET registration series, the Road Transport Department (RTD) said.
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SEREMBAN: A Myanmar national was sentenced to three months’ jail and fined RM10,000 in default five months’ jail by the Sessions Court here today for offering a RM85 bribe to a policeman in Januar...
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KUANTAN: A 30–year–old e–hailing driver was sentenced to 292 months and nine strokes of the rotan by the Sessions Court here for robbing nine business premises in the district.
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JOHOR BARU, July 10 — The Department of Environment's (DoE) gas detectors, supplied to 111 schools in Pasir Gudang following the second bout of air pollution incident, are inadequate and a complete ...
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Are you using Touch n Go’s RFID to pay tolls yet?
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NILAI: The Nilai Municipal Council (MPN) has suffered losses of almost RM500,000 annually due to the illegal billboards constructed by irresponsible parties along the North-South (PLUS) Expressway in ...
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LABUAN: A Labuan senior civil servant was today charged with criminal breach of trust (CBT) amounting to RM33,245.00. Rizal Siuneh, 40, was charged before Labuan court registrar Haizah Tamin with com...
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PEKAN NENAS - "Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport." This was the mitigation of Singaporean manager Muhammad Alfalah Mohd Yusof, 27, who escap...
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SEREMBAN: They were always on the move, working out of rented apartments, condominiums or houses in reputable residential areas.
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PEKAN NENAS: “Sorry, I did not get enough rest and was too tired and forgot to stop and show my passport.”
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SEREMBAN: It was an online romance syndicate that also acted as a recruitment agency, but Negeri Sembilan police managed to cripple its activities involving RM1.55 milliion with the arrests of 15 Nige...
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JOHOR BAHRU (July 9): Three construction waste disposal companies were fined RM15,000 each by the Sessions Court here yesterday after they pleaded guilty to disposing scheduled solid wastes at unautho...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 9): The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed unan...
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JOHOR BAHRU (July 8): Three construction waste disposal companies were fined RM15,000 each by the Sessions Court here today after they pleaded guilty to disposing scheduled solid wastes at unauthorise...
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JOHOR BAHRU: Three waste disposal companies were fined RM15,000 each in court today for disposing of solid wastes at unauthorised areas around here from July 2018 to January this year.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed un...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Bill 2019 aimed at increasing the penalty on any party which fails to abide by an award made by the Consumer Claims Tribunal, was passed unanimously b...
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Its director, Cairul Hisham Jalaluddin said so far, 12 companies had been charged, including three today.
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JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Three construction waste disposal companies were fined RM15,000 each by the Sessions Court here Monday (July 8) after they pleaded guilty to disposing scheduled solid wastes at unauthorised areas around here from July 2018 to January this year.
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JOHOR BAHRU (July 8): The Johor Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Corporation (SWCorp) has opened 26 investigation papers against irresponsible quarters for illegal dumping of their solid wa...
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JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The Johor Solid Waste and Public Cleansing Management Corporation (SWCorp) has opened 26 investigation papers for the illegal dumping of solid waste since 2018.