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Topic: Sungai Pinang

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(Video) Fire destroys top floor of Klang shophouse
KLANG: A fire destroyed the upper part of the building beside Centre Point Mall along Jalan Raja Hassan here today.
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KRT called to join hands with other govt agencies
TUMPAT: Neighbourhood Watch Committees (KRT) particularly in the interior have been urged to collaborate with government agencies for the benefit and well-being of the local community.
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Lights on in Pulau Indah
TOP-up, petrol ada (top-up, petrol available), says the small cardboard sign by the roadside.
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Third blaze in three months razes Pulau Indah chemical plant
SHAH ALAM: A chemical plant at the Pulau Indah Industrial Park in Port Klang near here was destroyed in a fire yesterday, the third blaze involving a chemical factory in the area over three months.
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7 firemen hurt when fighting factory fire in Pulau Indah, Klang
PORT KLANG: Seven firemen were slightly injured when putting out a fire at three factories on Jalan Perigi Nanas, Pulau Indah, near here yesterday.
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Seven firemen injured in fire-fighting operation
PORT KLANG (July 6): Seven firemen were slightly injured when putting out a fire at three factories in Jalan Perigi Nanas, Pulau Indah near here yesterday.
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Seven firemen hurt fighting Klang factory blaze
PORT KLANG (Bernama): Seven firemen were injured while fighting a fire at three factories in Jalan Perigi Nanas, Pulau Indah near here on Friday (July 5).
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Seven firemen injured in fire-fighting operation
PORT KLANG: Seven firemen were slightly injured when putting out a fire at three factories in Jalan Perigi Nanas, Pulau Indah near here yesterday.
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Klang illegal dumpsite in flames since morning
SHAH ALAM: An illegal dumpsite, totalling 1.2ha in size, in Kampung Rantau Panjang in Klang, near here, has been in flames since this morning, with firemen still struggling to put out the fire.
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A definite whiff in the air in Penang
GEORGE TOWN: Whether you’re a lover or a hater of the King of Fruits, a nearby durian is hard to ignore.
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Penang vows to be kind to its stray dogs
GEORGE TOWN: The Penang government today instructed its two local councils to be kinder to stray animals as it embarked on a humane drive to neuter dogs and cats to reduce their population in the long...
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Taman Manggis PPR is transit house, not permanent residence: Chow
SEBERANG PERAI: The People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Taman Manggis is a transit house and is not meant for permanent occupation, says Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
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Penang CM: Taman Manggis PPR is transit house, not permanent residence
SEBERANG PERAI, March 9 — The People’s Housing Project (PPR) in Taman Manggis is a transit house and is not meant for permanent occupation, says Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
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Accused of flying business class, evicted PPR tenant fumbles to explain
GEORGE TOWN, March 8 — One of the people’s housing project (PPR) tenants evicted from Taman Manggis fumbled when asked to clarify accusations that she led a “luxurious lifestyle” and had flown...
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PBDS Baru chief dies suddenly at home
KUCHING, March 7 — Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS Baru) president Cobbold John Lusoi died after collapsing at his house in Kuala Lumpur about 7am today.
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Family, firecrackers and a parang: Three badly hurt
BALIK PULAU: Police here are looking for a man suspected of causing grievous hurt to three people with a parang on Feb 8.
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Kavadi-maker has hands full meeting demand for Thaipusam
BALIK PULAU (Penang): With Thaipusam just days away, kavadi-maker V. Prakash is working round the clock to complete all the orders for the decorated steel or wooden frames that devotees carry, along w...
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