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MP’s ex-aide charged with cheating
JOHOR BARU: A former private secretary of a PKR lawmaker has been hauled to a Magistrate’s Court here to face seven cheating charges involving RM40,000.
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RM15 million for extreme sports public park
Dr Abdul Rahman (standing seventh left) and other VIPs support one of the participating teams.
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Former private sec of Tebrau MP charged with cheating
JOHOR BARU: A former private secretary to a member of parliament pleaded not guilty in the magistrate’s court here today to seven counts of cheating, involving RM39,450, last year.
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Former aide of Tebrau MP charged with cheating
JOHOR BAHRU: A former private secretary to an MP pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to seven counts of cheating involving RM39,450 last year.
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Former private sec of Tebrau MP charged with cheating in Johor
JOHOR BARU, Sept 22 — A former private secretary to a member of parliament pleaded not guilty in the Magistrate’s Court here today to seven counts of cheating, involving RM39,450, last year.
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Ex-private secretary of PKR lawmaker claims trial in cheating case
JOHOR BARU: A former private secretary of a PKR lawmaker pleaded not guilty to seven cheating charges at the Magistrate's Court here Sunday (Sept 22).
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Nearly 300 exhibitors at MATTA Fair Penang
GEORGE TOWN: The coming Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (MATTA) Fair Penang 2019 has received overwhelming response with 293 exhibitors...
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Trading value surges to RM3.28b as KLCI snaps losing streak
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia witnessed a surge in trading volume and value on Friday, while late buying of Maybank enabled the FBM KLCI to snap its recent losing...
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Newlyweds spend ‘honeymoon’ in lock-up after being caught with drugs
A newlywed couple from Tumpat were forced to spend their “honeymoon” in a lock-up after they were arrested for being in possession of drugs, reported Sinar Harian.
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Fewer fishermen going out to sea
GEORGE TOWN: It is a double whammy for fishmongers here with less fish and no customers.
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Fake branded sandals seized, man arrested
IPOH: Fake branded sandals worth RM613,000 were seized by the Perak Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry during raids at two premises in Pusing.
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KLCI extends losing streak as IHH, Maybank slip
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips closed weaker on Thursday as investors continued to be cautious, dragged by declines in IHH Healthcare, Maybank and Sime Plantation.
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Bootleg sandals worth over RM600,000 seized in Perak
IPOH, Sept 19 — The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry’s (KPDNHEP) Perak office confiscated counterfeit sandals worth more than half a million in Pusing last night.
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77,000 pairs of fake sandals worth RM613k seized
IPOH: About 77,000 pairs of counterfeit sandals worth about RM613,000 have been seized by the Perak Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.
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Youth charged with raping 3-year-old sister, cousin
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old youth was charged with raping his toddler sister and cousin, both three years old, at the Sessions Court here yesterday.
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Unemployed man charged with raping sister and cousin
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old unemployed man has been charged with raping his sister and cousin throughout their formative years in Kota Marudu district.
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Man charged with raping sis and cousin since they were toddlers
KOTA KINABALU: A 20-year-old unemployed man has been charged with raping his sister and cousin in Kota Marudu district since they were toddlers.
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Family still threatened by ah long while son in jail
JOHOR BARU: He has already forked out RM80,000 to settle his eldest son’s debts with more than 20 loan sharks last year but now the ah long are harassing the family...
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Ensure consumers pay for potable water to stop wastage
READING recent news reports about Air Selangor becoming the sole licence holder of the water supply service in Selangor reminded me of a conversation I coincidentally also had recently with several fr...
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Mechanic pleads not guilty to sexually abusing stepdaughter
MELAKA: A mechanic claimed trial at the Sessions Court in Ayer Keroh here to three counts of sexual abuse against his 14-year-old stepdaughter.
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JJ’s stepsister tells court his children continue to support her after his death
KUALA LUMPUR: Late minister Jamaludin Jarjis’ stepsister told the High Court here that her niece and nephew continue to give her allowances and pay her medical bills, after her brother died in a 201...
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Two weeks’ jail in Singapore for Malaysian man who showed female colleague obscene video, picture
SINGAPORE, Sept 12 — While chatting away with his 25-year-old colleague, Harris Carter Chai decided to take out his phone and show her an explicit video.
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BookDoc returns as Silver sponsor
PETALING JAYA: BookDoc returns as a Silver sponsor in support of the upcoming Penang Starwalk.
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Two men including NGO president claim trial to misappropriating RM34,000
KOTA KINABALU: Two men including a non-governmental organisation president pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to dishonest misappropriation of property involving RM34,000. Pertubuhan...
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Five detained over RM15,000 syabu
The five suspects detained in Kg Brantian, Mile 7, Kalabakan.
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Family with son suffering from cerebral palsy appealing for generosity of public
MACHANG (Bernama): The cost of caring for Muhammad Aiman Asyraf Ramli, 21, who has lived with cerebral palsy since he was two years old, is becoming too much to bear for his family, who is pleading for help from the public.
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Singer hit with two theft charges
SINGAPOREAN singer Aliff Aziz (pic) has been hit with two theft charges by a Singapore court, Harian Metro reported.
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Self-employed woman from Sibu loses RM135,000 to Macau Scam
File photo for illustration SIBU: A self-employed woman here has become the latest Macau Scam victim after she transferred RM135,000 into several bank accounts of a ‘police officer’.
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Appeals court upholds five-year jail sentence on two men for bribery
PUTRAJAYA: The Court of Appeal upheld the five-year jail sentence on a former National Anti-Drugs Agency assistant officer and his friend who were found guilty on three counts of bribery.
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EPF lets everyone be an investor. Should you?
PETALING JAYA: The Employees Provident Fund has launched an investment platform called i-Invest by which contributors can invest in a range of unit trusts, but a financial planner has questioned the f...
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Reconstructive surgery at its most natural
PETALING JAYA: Breasts reconstructed with the patient’s own tissue from another body part can look and feel natural, say surgeons.PETALING JAYA: Breasts...
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Johor Chinese school committee deregistered
THE decades-old Johor United Chinese School Committees Association (Johor Dong Lian Hui) has been deregistered following disputes over its constitution.
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A McLaren GT golf bag for the price of a base-spec Perodua Axia!
You know the world has gone mad when a McLaren-commissioned golf bag that fits in the spacious rear load space of the McLaren GT grand tourer costs £5,000.
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La Senza & VS Aren’t Your Only Lingerie Choices, Here Are 12 M’sian Brands With Online Stores
If you think the only lingerie options you have in Malaysia are Victoria’s Secret or La Senza at the malls, you’re missing out.
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Lufthansa launches carbon offset programme
With air traffic's carbon footprint making the news all summer, the Lufthansa group has just introduced its own platform enabling guests to offset the CO2 emissions...
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Tahfiz founder sells roti canai to maintain school
A FOUNDER and administrator of a tahfiz has resorted to selling roti canai to ensure the religious school has enough funds to run its operations, reported Harian Metro.
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Man, wife plead not guilty to giving bounced cheques to pay RM126,000 debts
SEREMBAN: A married couple pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to three counts of cheating by giving bounced cheques for debt repayments, involving RM126,000, about eight years ago.
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DAP’s CEC will decide on exco man’s fate, says Loke
GEORGE TOWN: DAP national organising secretary Loke Siew Fook said the party has yet to decide on the fate of Paul Yong Choo Kiong, the Perak executive councillor who was today charged with raping an ...
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Perak exco man Paul Yong claims trial to raping Indonesian maid
Perak exco member Paul Yong Choo Kiong pleaded not guilty at the Ipoh Sessions Court on Friday to a charge of raping his Indonesian maid.The Tronoh assemblyman allegedly committed the act at his house...
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Do the decent thing and step aside, NGO leader tells exco
Perak exco Paul Yong, who has been charged with raping his former Indonesian domestic worker, must go on leave pending his trial, according to an NGO leader.
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Woman who accused exco of rape ready for hearing - embassy rep
The 23-year-old Indonesian domestic worker who accused Perak exco member Paul Yong of raping her is prepared to face the court when the trial commences.
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Perak exco claims trial to rape charge
IPOH: Perak executive councillor Paul Yong was charged in the Sessions Court here today with raping a 23-year-old woman.
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Paul Yong refuses to go on leave despite MB's advice
Perak exco member Paul Yong was visibly vexed when quizzed on Perak Menteri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu advising him to go on leave pending his court case.
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Maxis IoT Challenge produces solution prototypes for agriculture, smart cities
FOLLOWING roadshows and months of hard work from innovative and creative talent across Malaysia, 20 finalists pitched their solution prototypes to a panel of industry judges at the Maxis IoT Challenge...
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Johor JPJ aims to raise RM1m through online bidding for vehicle plates
JOHOR BARU, Aug 20 — The Johor Road Transport Department (RTD) is targeting to collect over RM1 million in revenue through its newly-launched electronic bidding for vehicle number plates starting wi...
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Johor JPJ targeting over RM1mil revenue via e-bidding for 'JTR' plate numbers
JOHOR BARU: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) is targeting over RM1mil in revenue through its e-bidding system (JPJeBid) for the "JTR" vehicle registration plate numbers.
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Trio claim trial to trafficking in homemade guns
KOTA KINABALU: Three persons, including two elderly men, claimed trial in the Sessions Court here yesterday after being charged with trafficking in air and handmade shotguns.
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Petron teams up with bookdoc to reward users for staying healthy
Beh (right) and Choong exchanging the document of collaboration agreement between BookDoc and Petron Malaysia on Thursday.
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Mat Sabu wants bigger allocation to beef up armed forces
KUALA LUMPUR: Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu has urged Putrajaya to increase the allocation for his ministry to strengthen the armed forces.
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Cops disable armed robbery gang Emi Keju
SHAH ALAM: Police are confident that they have crippled the Emi Keju gang with the arrest of several key members of this organised crime group specialising in armed robberies. Notorious in the Klang Valley since 2013, the group is believed to have been responsible for at least 50 armed robberies, with 53 reports lodged against the group.
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Govt agrees to increase allowance for govt interns: Syed Saddiq
KUALA LUMPUR: The government has agreed to increase the allowance for interns undergoing practical training in ministries, government departments and agencies from RM1.60 an hour to RM5 an hour, effec...
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Putrajaya agrees to increase allowance for govt interns, says Syed Saddiq
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 15 — The government has agreed to increase the allowance for interns undergoing practical training in ministries, government departments and agencies from RM1.60 an hour to RM5 an ...
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Notorious ‘Emi Keju’ gang members to be charged under Sosma tomorrow
SHAH ALAM, Aug 15 — Police today said that members of the recently busted ‘Emi Keju’ criminal gang will be charged tomorrow under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma), but o...
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Astro introduces new Maxis broadband bundle plan
Astro's new broadband bundle plan with Maxis offers various packages for both new and existing Astro customers.
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DONE DEAL: Semi-detached house, Semantan Villas, Damansara Heights, KL
Rented for: RM15,540 per month (around RM3.10 psf) Concluded by: Shawn Fernandez (E 2445) of Fernstate Sdn Bhd (012-288 1251) When: July 2019 Noteworthy: ● Freehold ● Land area: 5,000 sq ft; Built...
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The Edge gets extra RM500, 000
KUALA LUMPUR: The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd was awarded another half a million ringgit in exemplary damages, in addition to RM11.2mil in compensatory damages for loss of revenue, due to the three-month suspension of its two publications by the Home Ministry in 2015.
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High Court awards additional RM500k in damages to The Edge over suspension of publications
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here has awarded another half a million in exemplary damages to The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd in addition to a RM11.2mil compensatory damages for loss of revenue due to the three-month suspension of its two publications by the Home Ministry in 2015.
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Widower jailed, fined for riding motorcycle recklessly
KUALA LUMPUR: A widower was jailed three days and fined RM5,000, in default six months’ jail by the traffic court here today, after pleading guilty to riding a motorcycle recklessly and dangerously,...
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The Edge Communications gets extra RM500,000 from Home Ministry
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): The High Court here has today agreed to award an additional RM500,000 in exemplary damages — in addition to its deputy registrar's earlier decision to award RM11.26 million in...
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Extra RM500,000 in damages awarded to The Edge over 1MDB suspension
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here awarded an additional RM500,000 in damages to newspaper publisher, The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd, over the previous government’s decision to suspend them for repo...
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The Edge to get RM11.76m from Home Ministry for damages caused by 3-month...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): The High Court here has today agreed to award an additional RM500,000 in exemplary damages — in addition to its deputy registrar's earlier decision to award RM11.26 million in...
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MASkargo revises charges, first in six years
KUALA LUMPUR: MAB Kargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo), the cargo freight arm of Malaysia Airlines Bhd, will be raising its warehouse tariffs for all cargo terminals, the first revision in six years.
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MASkargo revises charges,first in six years
KUALA LUMPUR: MAB Kargo Sdn Bhd (MASkargo), the cargo freight arm of Malaysia Airlines Bhd, will be raising its warehouse tariffs for all cargo terminals, the first revision in six years.
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Growing a blooming business
TAMPARULI: Success is no accident, Brazilian football legend Pele once said.
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Labuan Marine police nab Vietnamese crew for illegal fishing
LABUAN: The Marine police arrested five Vietnamese fishing crew members and seized their trawler worth of RM350,000 yesterday for illegal fishing near Beting Jahat waters here.
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Looters cash in on storm chaos at trading stalls
KANGAR: About 20 traders at the Dataran 350 petty traders’ centre here lost goods and money either to thieves or to the weather in the chaos which ensued when last night’s strong winds and heavy r...
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Traders lose goods to thieves, weather during storm
KANGAR: About 20 traders at the Dataran 350 here ‘lost’ their goods either to thieves or to the weather in the chaos which ensued when last night’s strong winds and heavy rains brought down thei...
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Desperate for workers, ageing Japan turns to robots for healthcare
Japan's lead in advanced robotics for healthcare is driven by its demographic conundrum. More than most, the nation's population is shrinking and ageing rapidly.
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TDM inks agreements for development of two biogas plants in Terengganu
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 9): TDM Bhd has entered into two agreements with Concord Biotech Sdn Bhd to develop biogas plants with power generation facilities at two palm oil mills in Terengganu.
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Backstabbings and plot twists: ‘Drama Pukul 7’ turns soap opera silliness into a board game
CYBERJAYA, August 9 — Hitting their crowdfunding target of RM15,000 in roughly a week last night came as a surprise to the folks at Meja Belakang Art — after all, their independently-produced boar...
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Proton Saga facelifted and launched from RM33K
KUALA LUMPUR: Proton's facelifted Saga has officially been launched with three variants for choice and has been touted to have improved levels of noise vibration and harshness as well as enhanced body...
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More locals wanted on open deck buses
KUALA LUMPUR: The operator of the KL Hop-On Hop-Off bus service wants more locals to take its open-deck double-decker buses on city tours.
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PSM sees red over legal warning for 'unlicensed' Tongkat Ali
PSM is seeing red over a legal warning made by a Khazanah Nasional subsidiary against manufacturers of Tongkat Ali products.
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Unimas wins NEA 2019 with mini hydro electric dam project
KUCHING: A mini hydro electric dam project by Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (Unimas)’ Centre for Renewable Energy has won Renewable Energy – Off Grid Power award at the National Energy Award (NEA) 2...
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Volkswagen offers up National Day savings with “Merdeka Vouchers”!
KUALA LUMPUR: In celebration of the country’s 62 years of independence, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) is offering customers who book a Volkswagen model in the month of August, an additi...
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Volkswagen Merdeka: up to RM15k off, RM1k voucher
The National Day celebrations are coming up, and this year, Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) is offering a RM1,000 “Merdeka Voucher” on all its models, for bookings made from now until Au...
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Ex-MyPPP members lodge report against Kayveas over use of letterhead
KUALA LUMPUR: Former members of the deregistered MyPPP today lodged a police report against M Kayveas for allegedly misusing the party’s letterhead although it had been struck off by the Registrar o...
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Reclamation hurt us badly, say Tanjung Tokong fishermen
GEORGE TOWN: A group of fishermen in Tanjung Tokong, a cape north of Gurney Drive, today voiced their support for their fellow fishermen in the south fighting against the planned three-island reclamat...
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Penang low-medium cost house buyers claim forced to pay double the price
GEORGE TOWN: The Consumers’ Association of Penang (CAP) says it has received numerous complaints from first-time house buyers who claim they are being forced to pay more than the price mandated by t...
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Don’t be fooled into taking money, Tanjong Tokong fishermen tell southern counterparts
GEORGE TOWN, July 31 — Tanjong Tokong fishermen has warned their counterparts in the south of the island not to be fooled by any compensation the state government offered under the Penang South Recl...
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Haj operations going smoothly
MAKKAH: The haj operations managed by the Tabung Haji Board (TH) in the Holy Land is going smoothly so far, said head of the Malaysian haj facilitating team Datuk Seri Syed Saleh Syed Abd Rahman.
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Haj operations going smoothly
MAKKAH (July 30): The haj operations managed by the Tabung Haji Board (TH) in the Holy Land is going smoothly so far, said  head of the Malaysian haj facilitating team Datuk Seri Syed Saleh Syed Abd ...
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Haj operations going smoothly, says TH team chief
MECCA, July 30 — The haj operations managed by the Tabung Haji Board (TH) in the Holy Land is going smoothly so far, said head of the Malaysian haj facilitating team Datuk Seri Syed Saleh Syed Abd R...
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Bored by city lights, ex-teller banks on rugged farm life
TANJONG KARANG: Lured by the bright city lights of Kuala Lumpur, Abdul Rahim Md Sharif took up a job as a bank teller – only to find it boring compared to the sleepy padi fields of Kuala Selangor.
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JPJeBid nets nearly RM10mil
PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has managed to collect close to RM10mil in revenue since the launch of its e-bidding system (JPJeBid) last April.
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E-bidding for PPC series number plate to start from Aug 2
Shaharuddin (second from left) and his officers highlighting some of the attractive numbers that are up for bidding.
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E-bidding for PPC series number plate to start from Aug 2
PUTRAJAYA: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) has extended its e-bidding system (JPJeBid) up north to Penang, starting with the PPC vehicle number series.
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In Johor, senior citizen left devastated after house mistakenly demolished
JOHOR BARU, July 25 — What started as a regular day for senior citizen Ainon Musa, turned into horror after she claimed that a contractor hired by a developer had accidentally levelled her house in ...
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Motivational speaker charged with misusing position to accept bribe
SHAH ALAM: A famous motivational speaker was charged in the Sessions Court here today with using his position to get a bribe through the organising of an educational programme three years ago.
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Syed Saddiq: Mandatory internship allowance soon, minimum rate to be fixed
PETALING JAYA: It will soon be mandatory for all employers to provide allowances to those undergoing their practical training in the industry.
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Gov't ministries, agencies to provide allowance to interns
The Youth and Sports Minister Syed Saddiq (above) said the government will now compel every ministry and government agency to provide an allowance to their interns.
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Penang fishermen blame reclamation project for soaring prices of ikan kembong
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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Ex-soldier charged with sexual assault on minor
MELAKA: A former soldier claimed trial in the Sessions Court here today to two charges of sexual assault on a 14-year-old girl.
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Netflix to roll out cheaper mobile-only plan in India
Netflix Inc said on July 17 it would roll out a lower-priced mobile-only plan in India, tapping into a price-sensitive market where data consumption on smartphones is surging.
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34 students among 171 suing govt, others over Sungai Kim Kim pollution
JOHOR BAHRU: Thirty-four students are among 171 people suing the Johor state government, then menteri besar Osman Sapian and 10 others over the pollution in Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang last March...
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Two fined over illegal TV boxes
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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Ex-director on 50 more fraud charges involving umrah packages
KUALA TERENGGANU: A former director of Yayasan Bakti Negara Terengganu (YBNT) was charged at the Sessions Court here today with another 50 counts fraud involving Umrah packages worth over RM130,000. M...
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Students among plaintiffs in lawsuit over Sungai Kim Kim pollution
PETALING JAYA: A total of 171 residents affected by the Sungai Kim Kim air pollution incident have filed a lawsuit against the government seeking redress for their suffering.
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Volkswagen Malaysia: 2 extra years of free maintenance for Tiguan and Passat
KUALA LUMPUR: Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) has announced an additional two years free maintenance for its two bestselling models – the Tiguan, Passat 1.8TSI Comfortline and 2.0TSI Highl...
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Volkswagen Malaysia adds extra 2 years free maintenance for Tiguan and Passat
If you needed just an extra push to take the leap into VW ownership, Volkswagen Malaysia has now given the final push.
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