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Inability to stem tide of non-communicable diseases reason behind premature deaths
BUTTERWORTH: Malaysia has a higher rate of premature deaths than other neighbouring countries because it is unable to contain the spread of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to Health Minist...
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DBKL adopts three Malayan Tiger cubs at National Zoo
KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Malaysian Zoological Society at National Zoo in a bid to save the Malayan tiger.
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DBKL, Malaysian Zoological Society collaborate to conserve Malayan tigers
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 — Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Malaysian Zoological Society (MZS) at National Zoo in a bid to save the Malayan tiger.
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DBKL, M'sian Zoological Society collaborate to conserve Malayan tigers
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Malaysian Zoological Society (MZS) at the...
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Caltex fuels the future campaign
PETALING JAYA: Visitors to the Caltex service station in Bukit Jalil today experienced a pleasant surprise when pulling up to refuel their vehicles.
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Putrajaya to retry Anti-Fake News Act repeal, and 9 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Group: Engineer behind 2017 Penang landslide should be sentenced to jail
GEORGE TOWN (Sept 12): Tanjung Bungah Residents Association (TBRA) called for the engineer and his firm to be sentenced to jail time over a fatal Penang landslide that killed 11 workers in 2017.
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Group demands jail time for engineer behind deadly 2017 Penang landslide
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 12 — The Tanjung Bungah Residents Association (TBRA) has called for an engineer and his firm to be handed prison terms instead of RM40,000 fines over a fatal landslide that killed ...
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Tg Bungah residents shocked landslide culprits fined only RM40k each
Tanjung Bungah residents are shocked that the consultant engineer and engineering firm implicated in a fatal landslide in their locality in October 2017 were merely fined RM40,000 each.
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Tanjung Bungah landslide engineer and firm fined RM40k each
GEORGE TOWN: A consultant engineer and the engineering firm which were involved in the fatal landslide in Tanjung Bungah in 2017 were each fined RM40,000.
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Penang fatal landslide: Court fines engineer, consultant company RM80,000
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 11 — A consultant engineer and an engineering consultancy firm were fined RM40,000 each for failing to provide safe working procedures that led to a fatal landslide at the Granito ...
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Fish farmer’s switch to eel pays off
SETIU: A drop in demand for catfish led Zakaria Harun to switch to eels instead.
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Ride-hailing job for Master's degree holder in Malaysia
A graduate with a Master's degree in engineering has now become an e-hailing driver, reported Mingguan Malaysia.
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Teacher pleads not guilty to land fraud charges
LABUAN: A 42-year-old secondary school teacher pleaded not guilty at the Labuan court today to separate charges of cheating two individuals of a total of RM60,000 in a land scam.
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Matta expects departure levy to have no impact on sales
The Malaysian Association of Tour and Travel Agents (Matta) expects the recently-imposed departure levy to have no impact on sales during its upcoming Matta Fair September 2019, said CEO Phua Tai Neng...
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Mining firm in Perak fined RM40,000 for negligence in worker’s death
IPOH, Sept 3 — The Sessions Court here fined a mining firm RM40,000 after its chief safety officer pleaded guilty to negligence in the accidental death of a senior supervisor.
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In Sabah, doubts linger as Putrajaya’s MA63 review accused of being one-sided affair
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 2 — Sabahans remain unconvinced of Putrajaya’s sincerity in reviewing the Malaysia Agreement 1963, with concerns that the terms of the review being a one-sided affair.
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Connectivity – The multiplier effect
Globally, countries have been racing to get wired. Strong data connections for the masses have long been seen as a means to boost economic activity in the digital age...
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Datuk businessman claims trial to false letter charge
SEREMBAN: A businessman with a ‘Datuk’ title pleaded not guilty in the magistrate’s court here to a charge of submitting a fraudulent letter to prevent rent arrears amounting to RM40,000 from be...
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Hotlink Postpaid Flex now comes with extra data for YouTube
Maxis is giving its Hotlink Postpaid Flex plan an upgrade with extra data for YouTube usage.
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Goldsmith loses RM40,000 in jewellery items to bogus cop
KUANTAN: A goldsmith in Pekan near here lost RM40,000 in jewellery items to a bogus policeman yesterday.
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Three companies fined for failing to provide safe working systems
IPOH: Three companies were today fined a total of RM100,000 by the Sessions Court for failing to provide a safe working system which resulted in deaths and injuries involving their workers.
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'Communist uniform' remarks: Azwanddin to publicly apologise, pay RM40k to Liew
KUALA LUMPUR: The defamation suit filed by Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong against Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) president Datuk Azwanddin Hamzah...
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'Communist' defamation suit: Azwanddin settles with Chin Tong, to pay RM40k
Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) president Azwanddin Hamzah and Deputy Defence Minister Liew Chin Tong today reached a settlement over a defamation suit at the High Court in Kuala Lumpur.
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Chin Tong settles ‘communist uniform’ defamation suit
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JMM president apologises, to pay deputy minister RM40,000 after ‘communist uniform’ remark
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 28 — Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) president Datuk Azwanddin Hamzah has agreed to apologise and pay RM40,000 to Deputy Defence Minister Senator Liew Chin Tong for his defamatory r...
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Fire destroys motorcycle shop, but firemen salvage more than RM50k
JOHOR BARU: A motorcycle shop on Jalan Lumba Kuda here was destroyed after a fire broke out at the premises at about 10.52am on Wednesday (Aug 28).
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BDO staff join walk for third time
PETALING JAYA: Audit firm BDO Malaysia is back to give its full support to the much anticipated #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2019.
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Fourth Merdeka walk for Info Dept
PETALING JAYA: Information Department Malaysia will be joining the #AnakAnakMalaysia walk for a fourth time on Aug 31 in Setia Alam.
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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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Giving M’sia a new sense of mobility
SHAH ALAM: DRB-Hicom Bhd returns as a third-time sponsor of Star Media Group’s annual #AnakAnakMalaysia walk, this time offering the grand...
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Departure levy will start on Sept 1, confirms Anthony Loke
GEORGE TOWN, Aug 23 — Transport Minister Anthony Loke Siew Fook confirmed that the departure levy will be collected from outbound travellers from September 1 onwards.
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Woman from Sibu loses RM40,000 to Macau scam
SIBU: A 53-year-old administrative assistant from Nuri Road here lost nearly RM40,000 after she fell prey to a Macau scam recently.
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Civil servant cheated of nearly RM40,000 in Macau scam
SIBU: A civil servant lost close to RM40,000 in a Macau scam after she was duped by a caller who told her she was involved in money laundering activities.
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Johor Govt to introduce 'Prihatin Johor' homeownership for B40 group
JOHOR BAHRU (Aug 17): The Johor Government is considering to introduce a housing scheme called ‘Johor Prihatin’ for the B40 group.
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Johor Govt to introduce 'Prihatin Johor' home ownership for B40 group
JOHOR BAHRU (Aug 16): The Johor Government is considering to introduce a housing scheme called ‘Johor Prihatin’ for the B40 group.
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KLCI pares losses on late buying of Sime Plant and Tenaga
KUALA LUMPUR: Late fund buying of Sime Plantation and Tenaga enabled the FBM KLCI to close off Thursday's intra-day low but the broader market remained weak with banks among the decliners ahead of the Q2 GDP data on Friday.
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Growing a blooming business
TAMPARULI: Success is no accident, Brazilian football legend Pele once said.
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Pump Caltex fuels and you could win a Volvo XC40!
No, the Volvo isn’t a scale model and if the stars align, you could be driving home a Volvo XC40 SUV – winner of the European and Japanese Car of the Year awards – as long as you make a minimum ...
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Stand A Chance To Win A Volvo XC40 With A Minimum Fuel Purchase of RM40 At Caltex
Chevron Malaysia Limited today announced the “Caltex Fuelled to Win” campaign, where customers stand a chance to win amazing prizes when they pump a minimum of RM40 worth of petrol or diesel in a ...
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Teacher loses RM400,000 to love scam
File photo for illustration purposes SIBU: A 47-year-old teacher lost nearly RM400,000 after she was scammed by two men who claimed they loved her.
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Caltex contest offers chance to win a Volvo XC40
KUALA LUMPUR: Stand a chance to win a Volvo XC40 and more with a minimum fuel purchase of RM40 at Caltex service stations nationwide from now until October 31, 2019.
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AirAsia, AAX extend losses as aviation sector outlook expected to remain...
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 6): Shares in low cost carrier AirAsia Group Bhd and its associate AirAsia X Bhd (AAX) extended their loss this morning as airlines are expected to be impacted from the the departure...
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ICYMI #143: Apple Powerbeats Pro, Realme 64MP camera, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & more!
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series will be launched this week and this year the company will be using a different processor from their Galaxy S10. And It seems like you can now  purchase the Powerbea...
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Nurse, operations manager in Miri latest to fall victim to loan scam
Supt. Mustafa Kamal Gani Abdullah – Bernama file photo MIRI: A nurse and an operations manager here suffered RM9,060 and RM600 losses respectively after they fell victim to a loan scam between Aug ...
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Nurse, operations manager latest to fall victim to loan scam
Supt. Mustafa Kamal Gani Abdullah – Bernama file photo MIRI: A nurse and an operations manager here suffered RM9,060 and RM600 losses respectively after they fell victim to a loan scam between Aug ...
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Passengers flying out of Malaysia to pay up to RM150 for departure tax starting next month
During the Budget 2019 announcement, the government had announced a new form of tax that will be charged to travellers flying out of Malaysia.
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SCCS to hold special simultaneous promotion on Colour Rush Run today
MIRI: Sarawak Children’s Cancer Society (SCCS) is holding a one-day simultaneous special promotion for Colour Rush Run in Sibu, Kuching and Miri today (Aug 3).
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High Court says no jurisdiction over wakaf matters
GEORGE TOWN: The High Court today ruled that a piece of wakaf land in Butterworth being claimed by a family is rightfully held by the Islamic authorities.
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Lorry driver fined for moving animals from disease–control area
JOHOR BARU: The Magistrate’s Court today fined a lorry driver RM5,000 for transporting goats and sheep out of a foot-and-mouth disease control area without permission from the State Veterinary Servi...
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Lorry driver fined for moving animals from disease-control area in Johor
JOHOR BARU, July 31 — The Magistrate’s Court today fined a lorry driver RM5,000 for transporting goats and sheep out of a foot-and-mouth disease control area without permission from the State Vete...
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Santokh glad to be part of unity walk
PETALING JAYA: Former national footballer Datuk Santokh Singh will be among thousands of Malaysians returning to stand for unity and a better country at the #AnakAnak­Malaysia walk on Aug 31.
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As part of the #GrabDurian campaign, you can get Musang King at RM20/kg
The popular #GrabDurian promo is back, and customers will be able to enjoy a variety of rebates and discounts if they use GrabPay or GrabFood to partake in some (durian) feasting.
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Johor Wildlife Dept seizes 167 leather products from retail outlet at Senai Airport
KULAI, July 24 — The Johor Wildlife and National Parks Department seized 167 leather products, believed made from the skin of wild animals, worth RM40,000, from a retail outlet at the Senai Internat...
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Johor Wildlife seizes 167 leather products worth RM40,000
KULAI (Bernama): The Johor Wildlife and National Parks Department seized 167 leather products, believed made from the skin of wild animals, from a retail outlet at an airport here.
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Stop bickering, Sabahans told
TAMBUNAN: Quarrels over religion and race are a waste of time as it will not benefit Sabahans, says Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal.
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Shafie: Quarrels over race and religion are a waste of time
TAMBUNAN: Quarrels over religion and race are a waste of time and will not bring any benefit for Sabahans, says Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal said.
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Malaysian lorry driver jailed over crash that killed S'pore family
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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#AnakAnakMalaysia 2019 campaign kicks off
Themed #BetterMeBetterMalaysia, the collaboration between Eco World Development Group and Star Media Group is set to see Malaysians taking part in the #AnakAnakMalaysia Walk 2019 at Eco Ardence on nat...
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Lorry driver fined RM40,000, jailed 5 years for reckless driving
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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Malaysia lorry driver jailed, fined after crash that killed Singapore family
PORT DICKSON: A 55-year-old lorry driver on Friday (Jul 19) was sentenced to five years’ jail after he was found guilty of reckless driving which caused the deaths of four members of a Singaporean ...
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Lorry driver in Port Dickson crash that killed Singaporean family gets 5 years' jail
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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Lorry driver in Port Dickson crash that killed Singaporean family gets five years' jail
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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Lorry driver gets five years' jail for accident that killed Singaporean family
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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ViP Squad – Victorious in Play emerges as champions of PMNC 2019
YOODO, Malaysia’s first fully customisable and 100% digital mobile was the official digital telco for the Player’s Unknown Battlegrounds (PUBG) MOBILE National Championship (PMNC) 2019.
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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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Managing director denies CBT charge
KUALA LUMPUR: A company managing director claimed trial in the sessions court here today to criminal breach of trust.
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Tourism Minister backs calls to defer departure levy implementation to after...
KUALA LUMPUR (July 11): Tourism, Arts and Culture Minister Datuk Mohammaddin Ketapi says he fully agrees with proposals by some quarters to postpone the implementation of the departure levy until the ...
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Tourism minister agrees with BN MP that departure levy should be postponed
KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Tourism Minister Datuk Mohamaddin Ketapi has voiced his agreement with the Barisan Nasional (BN) Opposition that the upcoming departure levy that was scheduled to be implemen...
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Tourism Ministry wants departure levy deferred to after VMY 2020
KUALA LUMPUR: The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry wants to defer the implementation of the departure levy – supposed to be on Sept 1 this year – to after Visit Malaysia 2020.
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Tourism minister backs BN's gripe with overseas departure levy
PARLIAMENT | Opposition complaints with the impending levy for those flying out of the country has found support from Tourism Minister Mohamaddin Ketapi.
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Real disservice to e-hailing customers
THIS is my third letter to the press about the difficulties faced by e-hailing drivers due to the uninformed and unplanned decisions made by the Transport Minister.
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Businessman charged with forgery, cheating in RM2.1m land deal
KLANG (July 10): A 30-year-old businessman from Tanjong Karang was charged with forgery and cheating at the Sessions Court here, reported The Star today.
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Online trader conned out of RM40k in just two weeks
SIBU: It only took two weeks for a female online trader to be conned out of RM40,250 in a parcel scam scheme by her online "boyfriend."
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Man charged with forgery and cheating in RM2.1mil land deal
KLANG: A 30-year-old businessman was slapped with two charges for forgery and cheating at the Sessions Court here.
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Perhaps best to know the reasons. Fine(s) does not solve the issue, really.
When developers do not complete their projects, it is a very bad thing for the buyers.
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88 developers penalised for failing to complete affordable housing projects
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Eighty-eight housing developers in Johor had been imposed penalties between 2016 and 2018 for failing to complete the state’s affordable housing projects Rumah Mampu Biaya Johor (RM...
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88 Johor developers fined for failing to complete affordable housing projects
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Eighty-eight housing developers in Johor have been imposed penalties between 2016 and 2018 for failing to complete the state’s affordable housing projects under Rumah Mampu Biaya Jo...
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Car sales dealer pleads not guilty to cheating, CBT involving RM49k
IPOH: A car sales dealer claimed trial in a Magistrate’s Court here to charges of cheating and committing criminal breach of trust (CBT) involving a total of RM49,000.
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RM2 million recorded as advance payment to company, witness tells court
KUALA LUMPUR: An assistant manager told the High Court in Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor’s RM2 million corruption trial today that she treated the money as an advance given by the former minister.
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Cops nab four, seize stolen items worth RM40,000
IPOH: The police have arrested four men and recovered some RM40,000 worth of stolen belongings.
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Amiruddin: Departure levy likely to be imposed in September
The government is expected to impose the departure levy this September, said Deputy Finance Minister Amiruddin Hamzah.
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Departure levy likely to start after haj season in September
KUALA LUMPUR: The levy for air travellers leaving the country will likely be implemented after the haj season in September, Deputy Finance Minister Amiruddin Hamzah said.
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Govt considers imposing departure levy in September
KUALA LUMPUR: The government is considering to implement a departure levy for those flying out of the country in September, says Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah.
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Departure levy likely to start in September after Hajj season, minister says
KUALA LUMPUR (July 2): The government intends to implement the departure levy which will likely be in September after the Hajj season, according to deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah.
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Putrajaya says departure levy to take effect after Haj season
KUALA LUMPUR, July 2 — Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Amiruddin Hamzah said today that Putrajaya is planning to implement the departure levy for outbound air travellers in September.
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Departure levy to be gazetted next month — sources
KUALA LUMPUR: The departure levy for outbound air travellers, which has become a bone of contention between the government and airlines since it was proposed in Budget 2019, will be gazetted next mont...
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Malaysian Grab driver praised for picking up Bangladeshi workers after 3 drivers rejected them for being "smelly"
All people are the same - this was the message that ex-Grab driver Fadhli Sahar was hoping to spread with his Facebook post that has since been shared over 3,400 times.
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Warisan candidate fails to challenge victory of Sipitang MP
Yamani (third right) listening to an explanation by his lead counsel Jeyan (second right) regarding the court’s decision.
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Four fined for selling unauthorised devices
PETALING JAYA: Four individuals have been fined by the Sessions Court for owning and selling unauthorised communication equipment.
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4 fined RM70,000 for having Android TV sets and audio-video senders
KUALA LUMPUR: Four individuals were fined a total of RM70,000 under the Communications and Multimedia (Technical Standards) Regulations 2000 for possessing 146 Android TV sets and selling seven “AV ...
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Four businessman charged with selling unlicensed communications equipment
CYBERJAYA: Four businessmen were charged in Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur sessions courts for possessing and selling unlicensed communication equipment, Android TV boxes and AV sender equipment.
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Musa’s son keeps seat as apex court throws out election challenge
KOTA KINABALU: The Federal Court today struck out an appeal challenging the election victory of Yamani Hafez Musa – the son of former Sabah chief minister Musa Aman – who won the Sipitang seat in ...
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Musa Aman's son stays on as Sipitang MP
KOTA KINABALU, June 26 — The Federal Court today struck out the Sipitang parliamentary election petition appeal, leaving Yamani Hafez Musa its MP.
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Four fined a total of RM70,000 for selling unauthorised Android TV boxes and AV equipment
Four individuals and their companies were fined a total of RM70,000 by the Sessions court for two different offences – selling unauthorised Android TV boxes and AV sender equipment.
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Musa Aman’s son stays on as Sipitang MP
KOTA KINABALU, June 26 — The Federal court today struck out the Sipitang parliamentary election petition appeal leaving Yamani Hafez Musa the MP.
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Hefty fine for selling Android TV boxes without Sirim sticker
A man has been fined RM40,000 for selling Android TV boxes that were not authorised by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC). According to the MCMC, the Petaling Jaya Sessions ...
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Eat-all-you-can durian kampung in Penang
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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Eat-all-you-can durian kampung
GEORGE TOWN: Forget about “branded” durians such as Musang King, Or Chi (Black Thorn) or D24.
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DBKL halls managed by BN affiliates left in shambles
KUALA LUMPUIR (June 20): The former caretakers of the Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL)’s community and multipurpose halls have been found to be takers rather than carers.
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