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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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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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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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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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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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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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KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): Lowering the ticket fare is among the Government’s aims in reviewing better terms for the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link (RTS) project.
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Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) has announced that two of its best-selling models, the Tiguan and Passat, will be getting an additional two years free maintenance.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A government guide-line on salaries and perks for top management in government-linked companies and statutory bodies will be ready by year-end, according to the Prime Minister’s econom...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 15 — Two credit cards registered under Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s name were used for to pay a whopping RM3.36 million in 10 transactions at the Swiss jeweller De Grisogono’s Ita...
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Liew (centre) presenting the Chief Minister’s Award to Tagap Dance Theatre, Sabah (International Category).
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KUCHING: There is still time to visit Sarawak Biodiversity Centre’s (SBC) booth at Rainforest World Music Festival (RWMF2019) in Sarawak Cultural Village today to experience the traditional wisdom o...
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 13): Many users of e-hailing services were forced to look for alternative transportation today following long waiting periods.
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KUALA LUMPUR (July 12): Many users of e-hailing services were forced to look for alternative transportation today following long waiting periods.
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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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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 - A woman was promised RM15,000 (S$4,939) for providing photos of her foot, buttocks and even a full frontal nude photo but ended up being blackmailed for RM800. The 23-year-old, who ...
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Amazon.com Inc tells customers that renting textbooks instead of buying them can save up to 80% off the purchase price: “Get your textbooks delivered to your door and save both time and money.”
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KUALA LUMPUR: A woman ended up being blackmailed for RM800 on social messaging app WeChat after she was lured into a modelling job by taking photos of her foot, buttocks, as well as a full frontal nude photo.
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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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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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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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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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E-hailing services like Grab and (formerly) Uber have become a staple for the everyday Malaysian’s routine, with cheaper fares and reward points proving to be attractive points for commuters in the ...
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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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Consumers will likely experience higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services after the July 12 deadline for drivers to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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PETALING JAYA: Higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services are on the cards as the number of drivers dwindle by the July 12 deadline for them to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) l...
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Regulars of ride-hailing services like Grab are in for a bit of a shock this weekend, as fares and wait times are set to increase considerably come July 12, according to a report from The Star.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — Several e-hailing companies have cautioned passengers to expect to pay higher rates and longer wait times for rides starting July 12 when the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) dead...
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Now more than ever it’s getting harder to keep up with tech news, what with companies releasing updates and new products at blazing speeds.
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PETALING JAYA: Higher fares and longer waiting time for e-hailing services are on the cards as the number of drivers dwindle by the July 12 deadline for them to obtain a Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence.
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KUALA LUMPUR: A delivery man who had a tatoo symbolising the image of a secret society, was fined RM3,200 by the magistrate’s court here yesterday.
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KEPALA BATA: An unemployed man who made a monthly profit of RM5,000 from printing and selling fake sick leave certificates was arrested by police in Penaga on Thursday, an hour after the arrest of a m...
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KUALA LUMPUR: A delivery man who had a tattoo symbolising the image of a secret society, was fined RM3,200 by the Magistrate’s Court here today.
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EPALA BATAS, July 5 — An unemployed man who made a monthly profit of RM5,000 from printing and selling fake sick leave certificates was arrested by police in Penaga yesterday afternoon, an hour afte...
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BUTTERWORTH: Police detained two men who sold fake government hospital medical certificates (MCs) for RM25 each.
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The much touted GP town hall with Health Minister Dzulkefly Ahmad came and went recently.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 3 — A tour guide pleaded not guilty in the Sessions Court here today to three counts of abusing his children, causing them injuries on their buttocks and hands.
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SEREMBAN: A teacher, who is also a part-time used car dealer, claimed trial at the Sessions Court here for allegedly committing criminal breach of trust by using proceeds from the sale of a car belonging to a client and another RM20,000 given by the same individual for personal use.
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BACHOK: A school here turned innovative and is able to earn additional income of more than RM15,000 for the past one year by cultivating mushrooms.
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PETALING JAYA: The risk-reward of the Malaysian Government Securities (MGS) is getting less attractive and as such Maybank Kim Eng has lowered its outlook to mildly bearish.
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GEORGE TOWN: The price of cockles has risen from RM2 or RM3 per kg two years ago to about RM15 now as yield of the seafood has dropped by 85% in five years.
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(from left) Mitraland Group CEO Datuk Andy Khoo, deputy executive chairman, Chuah Theong Yee, and executive director Teo Ching Wee unveiled the development to guests at the launching.
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SEREMBAN: A teacher who is also a part-time used car dealer has claimed trial at the Sessions Court here to committing criminal breach of trust.
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BACHOK: The Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Bakong here has been earning additional income of more than RM15,000 for the past one year via its mushrooms cultivation project implemented by the schools’ paren...
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BACHOK (Bernama): Sekolah Kebangsaan Bakong here has been earning additional income of more than RM15,000 for the past one year via a mushroom cultivation project implemented by the schools’ parents’ toolkit (Sarana Ibu Bapa) since May 2018.
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Pui (third left) presenting charity contribution to Miri Single Mothers Association chairperson Horry Bujang, witnessed by (from left) Mastapa Julaihi, Dennis, Fatimah, Lee, Rosey, Ting and Stanley.
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PETALING JAYA: Isuzu Malaysia is giving away cash to D-Max pickup truck owners who have taken the liberty to prove just how dependable their vehicles are.
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Isuzu Malaysia is eager to reach out and reward D-Max pickup truck owners who have clocked high-mileages in their vehicles through the Super Mileage Challenge.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 27 — Acer recently announced some interesting updates to its gamer-centric Predator series along with a host of other new developments for their desktop PCs, gaming monitors, and ...
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Yamani (third right) listening to an explanation by his lead counsel Jeyan (second right) regarding the court’s decision.
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Ravichandran (middle) and the enforcement unit’s officers showing some of the counterfeit items that were seized.
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TAIPING, June 26 — Police here have busted the Lan Ijok and Takim crime gangs with the arrest of four men in three separate raids on June 17.
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Acer recently announced some interesting updates to its gamer-centric Predator series along with a host of other new developments for their desktop PCs, gaming monitors, and more.
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Acer expands its gaming PCs and hardware family with the introduction of several new and upgraded laptop and monitor series.
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PUTRAJAYA: PPBM deputy president Mukhriz Mahathir has withdrawn his appeal against the dismissal of a defamation suit following the claim by former DAP vice-chairman Tunku Aziz Tunku Ibrahim of a “s...
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GURUN: A syndicate has been convincing padi farmers for years to sell their government-subsidised fertiliser, instead of using it to improve their rice yields.
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YAN: A total of 96,000kg of subsidised fertiliser worth RM100,000, believed to have been misappropriated, was seized in a raid on an illegal warehouse in Jalan Sedaka near here today.
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Rodziah (seated, second left) announces the new rate for the compound during the press conference.
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NIBONG TEBAL: Two outlets on the mainland were issued with compounds totalling RM8,000 for selling illegal liquor.
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GEORGE TOWN - Forget about “branded” durians such as Musang King, Or Chi (Black Thorn) or D24. The sweet, juicy, succulent, and not too expensive durian kampung is still considered the best of ...
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GEORGE TOWN: Forget about “branded” durians such as Musang King, Or Chi (Black Thorn) or D24.
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Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo has issued a statement thanking local telcos for offering exclusive discounts for differently-abled Malaysians.
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Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia (VPCM) will be holding a Raya Open House at all its dealerships nationwide this Saturday, June 22, from 11 am to 5 pm, and there’ll be plenty of sales and aftersal...
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PUTRAJAYA (June 20): Persons with disabilities (OKU) are now eligible for discounts between RM10 and RM15 for mobile prepaid and postpaid services, and between RM10 and RM44 for specific fixed line pa...
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PUTRAJAYA: Persons with disabilities (OKU) are now eligible for discounts between RM10 and RM15 for mobile prepaid and postpaid services, and between RM10 and RM44 for specific fixed line packages as ...
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Proton has introduced the Proton Insurance Programme (PIP) for new and existing Proton owners where they’ll be able to insure their cars with six of the company’s panel insurers; at all authorised...
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PUTRAJAYA: Persons with disabilities (OKU) are now eligible for discounts between RM10 and RM15 for mobile prepaid and postpaid services, and between RM10 and RM44 for specific fixed line packages as ...
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PUTRAJAYA, June 20 — Persons with disabilities (OKU) are now eligible for discounts between RM10 and RM15 for mobile prepaid and postpaid services, and between RM10 and RM44 for specific fixed line ...
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New and existing Proton customers can now enjoy additional benefits of coverage for less when they insure their cars under the Proton Insurance Programme (PIP); customers may purchase these insurance ...
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JOHOR BARU, June 19 — Marine police seized today 1,590 packets of contraband cigarettes and fireworks, valued at more than RM16,800 during a raid at Kampung Melayu Majidee here.
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JOHOR BARU: Hiding illegal cigarettes in a prayer room. That’s how low smugglers have gone just so they can hide their stash from being sniffed out by enforcement agencies.
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Nex.Life‘s no-frills home + mobile plan is now available across most parts of Malaysia.
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Proton is introducing a new insurance product that provides additional benefits to its consumers.
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SUBANG JAYA: Proton car buyers can now get an enhanced insurance product through six panel insurers.
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GEORGE TOWN: A 21-year-old jobless man was arrested for allegedly distributing drugs over the last three months.
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GEORGE TOWN: The lavish lifestyle of a jobless man since the past three months ended abruptly after he was arrested by police with 4.6kg of syabu with a street value of RM260,000 last Thursday.
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PUTRAJAYA: Online bidding for Kuala Lumpur’s newest series, the “VDN” plate numbers, will open on June 21.
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PUTRAJAYA: Online bidding for Kuala Lumpur's "VDN" licence plate numbers will be opened from June 21, says Anthony Loke.
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Setel, the app that lets you pay for petrol with your smartphone has just kicked off a Refer a Friend campaign.
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IPOH - A teenager's dream to help his poor family by seeking a job in Singapore is in jeopardy after he collapsed due to illness.
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IPOH: A teenager’s dream to help his poor family by seeking a job in Singapore is in jeopardy after he collapsed due to illness.
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IPOH: The family of an 18-year-old man is seeking donations from the public to help with his treatment costs of RM187,000.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 3 — DHL Express Malaysia is investigating the alleged “auction” of unclaimed delivery parcels bearing its packaging to the public for RM15 each at a market.
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REMBAU: Friends ridiculed Mohd Khairul Azman Mustakim when he told them about his idea to build a snow house to capture the feeling of being in a country with snow, yet for all their laughing, his dream has now become a reality.
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BREZZE Malaysia Sdn Bhd, the company behind the Brezze-branded power bank rental stations, is raising funds to build a power bank sharing ecosystem in the local market.
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BREZZE Malaysia Sdn Bhd, the company behind the Brezze-branded power bank rental stations, is raising US$71,436 (RM300,000) on equity crowdfunding platform, Ata Plus to build and lead the power bank s...
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Nex.Life, the no-frills broadband + mobile postpaid under Webe Digital has just announced a free upgrade to all customers.
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(May 27): RHB Research Institute analyst Lee Meng Horng upgraded the recommendation on Malaysian Pacific Industries Bhd (MPI) to buy from neutral.
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KUCHING: Yusuf Morni is a familiar figure at Medan Niaga Satok here where he sells herring or Terubok fish, a “must-taste” in Sarawak.
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Yes, RTS JB – SG is postponed.
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The proposed privatisation of the Johor Bahru-Singapore Rapid Transit System (RTS) Link will ensure "cronies" profit for decades to come, warns Najib Abdul Razak.
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KEPALA BATAS: A man managed to rake in thousands of ringgit in profits every day from drug-processing skills he picked up from the Internet.But it was game over when he was arrested following a raid on his home in Seri Pinang flats in Butterworth on Sunday.
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SINGAPORE: Malaysia hopes to find new ways and means to reduce the cost of the Johor Baru-Singapore Rapid Transit System Link (RTS) project, including getting the private sector to fund and operate it.
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KEPALA BATAS: A man managed to rake in thousands of ringgit in profits every day from drug-processing skills he picked up from the Internet, but he was apprehended following a raid on his home in Seri...
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PASIR PUTEH, May 21 — The Ministry of Agriculture and Agro-Based Industry will ask the Kemubu Agricultural Development Authority (KADA) and the Muda Agriculture Development Authority (MADA) to begin...
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PUTRAJAYA: An iron ore mining company has taken the Terengganu authorities to task for saying that a state government subsidiary that was supposed to pay it RM15.3 million has ceased operations.
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KEPALA BATAS (Bernama): A man managed to rake in thousands of ringgit in profits every day from drug-processing skills he picked up from the Internet, but he was apprehended following a raid on his home at the Seri Pinang flats in Butterworth, near here Sunday (May 19).