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Immigration officer and consultant held
SEPANG: An immigration officer and a company consultant were arrested at the KL International Airport on Tuesday on suspicion of illegally facilitating the entry and exit of foreigners.
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Malaysian woman living in fear after posing nude for loan sharks
KUALA LUMPUR - An unemployed woman is living in fear that a loan shark might post nude images and videos of her online.
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Woman loses more than her heart
KUALA LUMPUR: A woman gave RM9,000 to a man who promised to marry her.
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Woman scared her nude pics and videos might be posted online by loan sharks
KUALA LUMPUR: An unemployed woman is living in fear that a loan shark might post nude images and videos of her online.
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Shopee breaks record for 9.9 Super Shopping Day
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): Shopee, a leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, has concluded its most successful 9.9 Super Shopping Day to date with 187,606 items sold within a minute dur...
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IRB's RM57mil lawsuit against Ku Nan fixed on Dec 12
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inland Revenue Board's (IRB) application for its lawsuit against Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor will be decided through a...
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Man arrested for possession of RM9k worth of drugs in apartment carpark
The sachets of drugs that were seized from the suspect.
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Stop open burning or face hefty fine, jail term
MIRI: A fine of up to RM500,000 and a jail sentence will be imposed for open burning offences which are still in force following the hot and dry weather.
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‘Perpetrators of open burning face heavy compound, jail’
Miri Civil Defence Force personnel lend a helping hand in an operation to douse peat soil fire near Miri Industrial Training Institute in Kuala Baram last month.
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Miri Civil Defence Force: Stop open burning or face hefty fine, jail time
MIRI, Sept 5 — A fine of up to RM500,000 and a jail sentence will be imposed for open burning offences which are still in force following the hot and dry weather.
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‘Road tax can be paid at post office’
PUTRAJAYA: Road tax renewal can still be done at post offices for now while authorities find solutions to plug leakages caused by underpayment of road tax by certain...
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Ex-Felcra Training & Consultancy MD faces 33 charges in RM1.64 mil graft...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 4): The former managing director of Felcra Training & Consultancy Sdn Bhd (FTC) was charged in the Sessions Court here today on 33 counts of abusing his position by awarding various...
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Ex-Felcra Training & Consultancy MD faces 33 charges in RM1.64m graft case
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — The former managing director of Felcra Training & Consultancy Sdn Bhd (FTC) was charged in the Sessions Court here today on 33 counts of abusing his position by awarding vario...
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Tesco celebrates first year on Shopee with great deals
TO celebrate its official store’s one-year anniversary on e-commerce platform Shopee, Tesco Stores (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd will be offering discounts of up to 50% on selected...
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Pepper board to rebrand products to expand sales
KUCHING: The Malaysian Pepper Board (MPB) is rebranding dozens of downstream value-added pepper products to boost domestic sales and penetrate export markets.
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Residents cry foul over poor HDC services
A group photo taken during the campaign.
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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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Two fish bombers arrested in Semporna
KOTA KINABALU: Two locals were arrested for fish bombing after marine police received intelligence about their activities in waters of Semporna.
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2 men caught for fish bombing in Semporna
SEMPORNA: Marine police have arrested two men suspected of fishing with explosives.
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Marine police arrest two men suspected of fish-bombing
SEMPORNA (Bernama): The marine police have arrested two men suspected of fishing with explosives.
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Marine police nab two for fish bombing in Semporna
SEMPORNA: Marine police (PPM) have arrested two men suspected of fishing with explosives.
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Marine police nab two for fish bombing in Semporna
SEMPORNA, Aug 10 — Marine police (PPM) have arrested two men suspected of fishing with explosives.
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Women, teens among 16 held for Ah Long activities (Updated)
ALOR STAR: Two women and teenagers were among 16 individuals arrested for allegedly being members of a money-lending (Ah Long) syndicate in Sungai Petani yesterday.
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Women, teens among 16 held for Ah Long activities
ALOR STAR: Two women and teenagers were among 16 people arrested for being alleged members of an unlicensed money-lending (Ah Long) syndicate following raids carried out on eight houses in the Sungai ...
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Women, teens among 16 held for ‘Ah Long’ activities in Sungai Petani
ALOR SETAR, Aug 8 —Two women and teenagers were among 16 people arrested for being alleged members of an unlicensed money-lending (Ah Long) syndicate following raids carried out on eight houses in t...
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You can buy the ROG Phone II in Malaysia very soon
The ASUS ROG Phone II is a mobile gaming beast, featuring the best specs you can think of for a smartphone.
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Is LRT the best public transportation option for Penang?
COMMENT | A fully-integrated public transport system based on the modification of the Halcrow Plan can be implemented at less than RM10 billion in place of the overblown RM46 billion Penang Transpor...
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Contraband cigarettes, alcoholic drinks worth RM9,529.47 seized
Various types of alcoholic drinks seized during an ambush at a house in Desa Pujut 2, Bandar Baru Permyjaya here on Tuesday.
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Fake caterer jailed for three years
Lim waves while waiting for his case to be called.
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Outlook on Genting Singapore less rosy as trade tension heightens
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 5): The outlook for Genting Bhd's (GENT) subsidiary Genting Singapore Ltd (GENS) is likely to be less rosy as global economic conditions remain weak and as tensions between the US an...
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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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IRB sues Ku Nan for payment of income tax amounting to RM57.17m
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government via the Internal Revenue Board (IRB) has filed a suit against former Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor (pix) seeking RM57.17 mil...
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Report: Taxman sues Ku Nan for RM57m
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 2 — The Inland Revenue Board has filed a lawsuit against Umno's Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor over RM57.17 million in unpaid taxes from 2012 until 2017.
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Actor Sofi Jikan gets 12 months’ jail for drug use
PETALING JAYA: The Magistrate’s Court here today sentenced local actor Mohamad Shofi Jikan to 12 months in prison after being found guilty of drug usage, last year.
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Attack on dog in Penampang raises ire (Updated)
PETALING JAYA: Animal activists are furious over the severe mutilation of a dog in Sabah recently.
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Attack on dog in Penampang raises ire
PETALING JAYA: Animal activists are furious over the severe mutilation of a dog in Sabah recently.
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Attack on dog in Sabah raises ire
PETALING JAYA: Animal activists are furious over the severe mutilation of a dog in Sabah recently.
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Moneylender held for assault
SHAH ALAM: Police have detained a licensed moneylender and two other men for assaulting loan defaulters on Monday.
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Cops cripple two drug syndicates with arrests of 18 suspects
SEMENYIH: Police have crippled two drug syndicates with the arrest of 18 suspects following operations in Johor, Melaka and the Klang Valley.
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PGA8 seizes smuggled goods worth RM1.8m at Malaysia-Thailand border
PASIR MAS, July 28 — Within two weeks operation at the Malaysia-Thailand border in Kelantan, the General Operations Force, Eighth Battalion (PGA8) made a record haul with the seizure of RM1.8 mil...
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PGA8 seize smuggled goods worth RM1.8m
PASIR MAS: Within two weeks operation at the Malaysia-Thailand border in Kelantan, the General Operations Force, Eighth Battalion (PGA8) made a record haul with the seizure of RM1.8 million worth of c...
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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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Man loses more than RM9,000 to ‘friend’
KUANTAN: A man was cheated of RM9,500 after being duped into providing loan assistance to an individual who posed as one of his friends.
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Scammer poses as friend on WeChat, 'borrows' RM9,500 from victim
KUANTAN (Bernama): A man was cheated of RM9,500 after being duped into lending money to an individual posing as one of his friends on WeChat.
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JPJ officers face graft charges
BUTTERWORTH: Six enforcement officers – five from the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and another from the now-defunct Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) – have been charged at the Special Sessions Court for corruption.
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Five RTD officers, one former SPAD officer charged with 63 counts of corruption
GEORGE TOWN: Five Road Transport Department (RTD) enforcement officers and a former Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) personnel were charged in the Sessions Court here today with 63 counts of re...
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Six RTD, Apad officers charged for taking bribes from lorry companies
Six officers from the Road Transport Department (RTD) and Land Public Transport Agency (Apad) pleaded not guilty in court to receiving bribes amounting to RM73,600. They were charged in the Butterwort...
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6 officers from JPJ, SPAD charged with RM73,600 bribery
BUTTERWORTH: Six officers from the Road Transport Department (JPJ) and Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) were charged at the Sessions Court here with receiving RM73,600 in bribes from lorry comp...
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Five officers from Penang JPJ, one from SPAD, face 63 bribery charges for closing eye to rogue lorry firms
SEBERANG PERAI, July 24 — Six enforcement officers from the Road Transport Department (RTD) and Land and Public Transport Commission (SPAD) were charged with graft amounting to RM73,600 at the Speci...
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Suspect detained in Indonesia with ivory smuggled in from Sabah 'still in shock'
KOTA KINABALU: Indonesian authorities have been unable to glean more information from a suspect who was detained with a shipment of ivory as he is still in a "state of shock" since his arrest on July 9
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Petronas Chemicals down after Citi lowers rating to sell
KUALA LUMPUR (July 18): Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd shares fell 3.66 percent, after Citi downgraded the stock to sell from neutral.
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Johor cops looking for motorcycle thieves
JOHOR BARU: Police are looking for two male suspects in their 20s to assist with a motorcycle theft at Desa Dato Hajah Hasanah flat near here.
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Perak state secretariat has 31 outstanding traffic summonses
IPOH (Bernama): The Perak state secretariat (SUK) is among six departments or state agencies in Perak with outstanding traffic summonses, dating back to year 2000.
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Elephant tusks smuggling disappointing – Liew
Indonesian officials showing the 10 elephant tusks seized from the suspect (centre).
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Sabah hopes to get more info from Indonesia on smuggled jumbo tusks
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is hoping to get more details from its Indonesian counterparts on how an estate worker managed to buy 10 elephant tusks in Lahad Datu and smuggled them out of the state.
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Dearth of e-hailing drivers causes inconvenience for users
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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CPO futures to trade in yo-yo mode next week
KUALA LUMPUR: Crude palm oil (CPO) futures on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives are likely to trade in a yo-yo mode next week, mainly due to worries over the global economic slowdown, a dealer said.
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Indonesia seizes 10 'dowry' elephant tusks smuggled in from Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Indonesian Customs officials have seized 10 elephant tusks that were being smuggled by an estate worker into Kalimantan.
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Dearth of e-hailing drivers causes inconvenience for users
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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All her allegations are false, says Sibu OCPD of Lanang MP's accusations
SIBU: Sibu OCPD, Asst Comm Stanley Jonathan Ringgit, has refuted the allegation by Lanang MP Alice Lau at the ongoing Dewan Rakyat sitting that illegal online gambling is widespread in the town.
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CPO futures to trade at RM1,900-RM1,920 a tonne next week
KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is expected to trade range-bound at between RM1,900 and RM1,920 a tonne next week, amid uncertainty in the global economy.
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Company director claims trial to cheating involving RM300k
IPOH: A director of a property development company has claimed trial in a Magistrate’s Court to three counts of cheating involving RM300,000.
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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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CPO futures extend gains in anticipation of lower production
KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives extended gains to close higher, amid expectation of lower production in the coming weeks, a dealer said.
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Attempt to smuggle pangolin scales, birds' nest from Sibu foiled
SIBU: The Sibu branch of the Royal Malaysian Customs Department foiled an attempt to smuggle pangolin scales and raw bird's nest to Peninsular Malaysia using courier services.
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Act against those who issue fake membership card: PBPM
JERTIH: The Ex-Policemen Association of Malaysia (PBPM) has urged the authorities to take stern action against those who issued fake membership cards of PBPM.
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Chengdu Polytechnic offer full scholarship for Penangites
GEORGE TOWN: Up to 50 Penangites can stand a chance to apply for a full scholarship to enrol in Chengdu Polytechnic, a college located in China’s Sichuan province.
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Businesses raise concern over 40% hike in cement prices
GEORGE TOWN: The business community in Penang have raised concerns to the Finance Ministry over the 40% price hike in cement.
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Move to extend festive price control scheme succeeds in preventing price hike
KUALA LUMPUR: The government’s move to add six more items in the list and extend the implementation of the Festive Season Maximum Price Control Scheme to 30 days from 15 days previously have succeed...
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Move to extend festive price control scheme succeeds in preventing price hikes
KUALA LUMPUR (June 12): The Government’s move to add six more items in the list and extend the implementation of the Festive Season Maximum Price Control Scheme to 30 days from 15 days previously ha...
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Tenaga rebound helps KLCI pare losses
KUALA LUMPUR: A rebound in Tenaga Nasional's share price helped the FBM KLCI recoup most of its early losses while fund buying was seen in Genting and IHH also.
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KLCI pares losses moving into midday
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI pared losses as it entered midday as better-than-expected industrial output in April helped to mitigate profit-taking activities.
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Cover Story: The Arabs and Chinese are back
THE Middle East and China are two of the most lucrative tourism markets for Malaysia.
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Woman taken for a ride by ‘friendly’ ride-sharing driver
KUALA LUMPUR: A woman, who befriended a ride-sharing driver on WeChat, is now RM25,000 poorer after she left her belongings in his car.
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Profit-taking stalls KLCI rally ahead of Raya holidays
KUALA LUMPUR: Investors took some cash off the table on Monday following a bullish week that saw the FBM KLCI put on nearly 50 points.
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Police nab drugs ‘pushers’ in Nilai, Semenyih
SEREMBAN: The Nilai District Narcotics CID has thwarted syabu and heroin distributing activities after detaining four suspects including two women in separate cases in Nilai here and Selangor, on Wedn...
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Police nab drug pushers in Nilai and Semenyih
SEREMBAN, June 1 — The Nilai District Narcotics CID has thwarted syabu and heroin distributing activities after detaining four suspects including two women in separate cases in Nilai here and Selang...
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Affin Hwang Research retains hold for Maybank
KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Capital Research is maintaining its hold call for Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) after a relatively unexciting first quarter but the results were within its expectations.
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Man nabbed with 300kg of ketum leaves in Kuala Nerang
ALOR STAR: Police have apprehended a man and confiscated 30 bags of ketum leaves weighing 300kg valued at about RM9,000 in Jalan Kampung Tengah, Kuala Nerang, yesterday.
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Mercedes dealer in customer viral video protest slapped with hefty fine
HONG KONG: A car dealer in central China, that became the target of a public protest by an unhappy customer in April was fined a total of 1 million yuan (RM607,000) for selling faulty vehicles, the Xi...
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Sime Plantation, Public Bank nudge KLCI above 1,600
KUALA LUMPUR: Firm fund interest in Sime Plantation and Public Bank pushed the FBM KLCI above the key 1,600 level at the close on Monday amid a more cautious broader market.
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Cops arrest seven, seize drugs worth RM500,000 in Penang
GEORGE TOWN, May 23 — The police busted a drug trafficking syndicate with the arrest of seven suspects and a seizure of more than RM500,000 worth of drugs over several raids held in two days.
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Another very tough day for Bursa
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia got off to a weak start on Thursday with the FBM KLCI falling more than 0.8% as Petronas-linked stocks and Pubic Bank lost ground.
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Last day to visit property fair at Midvalley
PETALING JAYA: The much-anticipated StarProperty.my fair has returned to provide housebuyers with a vast array of property types that will fulfil their needs for that elusive dream home.
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Private firm employee charged with using fake sick leave
KUALA LUMPUR: An employee at a private company was charged at the Ampang magistrate’s court here today on three counts of using fake sick leave certificates in February and March.
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Maybank further reduces base lending rate
KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): After a 20 basis points (bps) cut to its Base Rate (BR) and Base Lending Rate (BLR) just a week ago, Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has reduced both rates by a further 5 bps each...
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Private sector employee charged with using fake MCs, faces up to seven years in jail
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): An employee at a private company was charged at the Ampang Magistrate's Court here Friday (May 17) with three counts of using fake sick leave certificates in February and March.
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KLCI closes off day's best, volume shrinks ahead of long weekend
KUALA LUMPUR: Blue chips ended Friday off their day's best while trading volume shrank ahead of the long weekend as the volatile US-China trade conflict continued to weigh on investor sentiment.
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Maybank further reduces base lending rate
KUALA LUMPUR (May 17): After a 20 basis points (bps) cut to its Base Rate (BR) and Base Lending Rate (BLR) just a week ago, Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) has reduced both rates by a further 5 bps each...
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From Now Till June, You Can Watch Movies At TGV For Practically Nothing—Here’s How
2019 seems like it’ll be the year for a lot of blockbusters to hit the big screens.
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Hotlink offers 44GB of free data with new Raya Internet deal
Hotlink customers can get 44GB of free Internet data when they purchase the new HotlinkMU Raya deal priced from RM6 to RM9.
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Fixed prices and no shortage of festive foods
PUTRAJAYA : There is enough stock of essential food items for the coming festive season with ceiling prices fixed for a month for 27 food items.
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Govt monitoring monkeypox threat in Singapore
PETALING JAYA: The government will monitor the threat of monkeypox spreading to Malaysia despite the low risk associated with the disease, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye today.
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Tenaga sets RM9b to RM9.5b capex in 2019
Tenaga sets RM9b to RM9.5b capex in 2019
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IRB repaid RM7.6b in income tax refunds, Guan Eng says
KUALA LUMPUR: The Inland Revenue Board (IRB) repaid RM7.6bil in income tax refunds as of April 30, 2019, according to Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng.
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Businessman fined RM20,000 for misusing royal title, emblem
PETALING JAYA: A businessman was fined RM20,000, in lieu three months imprisonment, after the Sessions Court here found him guilty today on four counts of misusing the Kelantanese royal title and the ...
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Businessman fined RM20,000 for misusing royal title and emblem
PETALING JAYA: A businessman was fined RM20,000, in lieu three months imprisonment, after the sessions court here found him guilty today on four counts of misusing the Kelantanese Royal title and Kera...
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