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PETALING JAYA: The operating licence for Gebeng-based rare earth producer Lynas Malaysia will be extended for six months beginning Sept 3, although it comes with stricter conditions governing waste handling.
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Malaysia has extended the licence of Lynas' controversial but highly strategic rare earth refinery for six months, during which the Australian company must finalise plans to build a permanent disposal...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has extended the operating licence for a rare earth processing plant owned by Australian miner Lynas Corp for six months with new conditions, ending a dispute over waste disposa...
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PETALING JAYA: The government has renewed rare earth producer Lynas Malaysia's licence for another six months, but with conditions.
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YOURSAY | ‘Mahathir is back.
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File photo shows LBU officials receiving the Bentley’s award for the ‘Roads and Highways’ category in last year’s ceremony.
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PETALING JAYA: Six Malaysians who claimed they lost A$1.5 million (RM4.26 million) in an alleged Ponzi property scheme, returned to Western Australia last weekend to try and recover their money, but l...
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PETALING JAYA: Two Malaysian women were jailed after pleading guilty to possessing over A$1.34mil (RM3.82mil) in cash derived from crime.
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Penang Forum consistently demands and fully supports a good public transport system.
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PETALING JAYA: Two Malaysian women who were caught with A$1.34 million (RM3.82 million) in cash, described in court as proceeds from organised crime, have been sentenced to more than three years in ja...
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KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia cannot force rare earths miner Lynas Corp to leave despite opposition from some people who fear the risk of radioactivity from waste at the firm's processing plant, t...
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KUANTAN: The people residing in the vicinity of the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in the Gebeng Industrial Estate near here want the rare earth minerals plant being used as political capital.
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KUANTAN (Aug 8): The people residing in the vicinity of the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in the Gebeng Industrial Estate near here want a stop to the issue of the rare earth minerals plant be...
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KUANTAN, Aug 8 — The people residing in the vicinity of the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) in the Gebeng Industrial Estate near here want a stop to the issue of the rare earth minerals pla...
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Penang Forum has consistently supported a good public transport system for Penang.
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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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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 7 — Lynas Corp said today it is confident about Putrajaya’s process to renew its operating licence as it is not “hiding any dirty secrets.” Its chief executive officer Amanda...
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AUGUST 7 — The SRS Penang Transport Master Plan at RM46 billion and counting is an over blown project that does not solve Penang’s transport woes, is financially ruinous, and environmentally destr...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia plans to extend Lynas Corp’s licence to operate a rare earths processing plant, though it could be for a shorter duration than the usual three years, two sources with direct k...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 6): Malaysia plans to extend Lynas Corp's licence to operate a rare earths processing plant, though it could be for a shorter duration than the usual three years, two sources with di...
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Malaysia plans to extend Lynas Corp's licence to operate a rare earths processing plant, though it could be for a shorter duration than the usual three years, two sources with direct knowledge of the ...
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KUANTAN, Malaysia: Australia’s Lynas Corp is confident its licence to run an US$800 million (RM3.2 billion) rare earths processing plant in Malaysia will be renewed by authorities before a Sept 2 de...
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Roughly 30,000 native Australian animals have been successfully relocated to make way for a massive new gas facility constructed by energy company Chevron Corporation in the remote north of Western Au...
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KUANTAN: Australia’s Lynas Corp is confident its licence to run a US$800 million (RM3.3 billion) rare earths processing plant in Malaysia will be renewed by authorities before a Sept 2 deadline expi...
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KUANTAN (July 25): Australia's Lynas Corp is confident its licence to run an US$800 million rare earths processing plant in Malaysia will be renewed by authorities before a Sept 2 deadline expires, a ...
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Australia's Lynas Corp is confident its licence to run an US$800 million (RM3.29 billion) rare earths processing plant in Malaysia will be renewed by authorities before a Sept 2 deadline expires, a to...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Civil society groups are pleading to meet Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad before the Cabinet decides whether to renew the operating licence of Australia-owned Lynas Corp’s rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Pahang.
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 21 — Dozens of environmental and rights groups issued a scathing indictment today accusing the Pakatan Harapan (PH) administration of siding with Lynas and selling Malaysians out ...
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KUALA LUMPUR, July 11 — Western Australia signed yesterday a multi million-ringgit deal with leading low-cost airline AirAsia X aimed at invigorating the Australian state’s struggling tourism sect...
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SEPANG (July 3): The world's best low-cost airline, AirAsia, has been selected as one of the 10 partners of the Western Australian State Government to further promote the state's tourism highlights in...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas Corporation, which has secured a 10-year extension to its loan agreement with its long-term partner Japan Australia Rare Earths BV (JARE), will provide funding certainty for furthe...
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Lynas Malaysia has secured “funding certainty” for its promised relocation of the rare earth plant’s radioactive waste processing operations out of Malaysia.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 27 — Lynas Corporation said the 10-year extension to its loan agreement with long-term partner Japan Australia Rare Earths BV (JARE) will secure changes to its operations in Malay...
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YOURSAY | ‘Does it take five years for the pre-processing plant to be set up in Australia?’ Lynas hears Dr M, will process radioactive waste in Australia Anonymous 770241447347646: So Lynas hears ...
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KUANTAN: Lynas Corporation will attempt to recycle its water leach purification (WLP) residue here while relocating the first stage of processing to Australia over the next five years. Its chief executive officer Amanda Lacaze said the first step under Lynas' licensing condition was to reuse the WLP.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas today reiterated its commitment to its operations in Malaysia and to removing naturally occurring radioactive material (NORM) from rare earths in Australia.
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KUALA LUMPUR (June 24): Rare earths producer Lynas Corp says today that it is committed to relocating the first stage processing of its rare earth – where the material is separated from the low leve...
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Lynas Malaysia said it will heed Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's call and move its radioactive waste processing operations to Australia.
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KUALA LUMPUR (June 24): Rare earths producer Lynas Corp says today that it is committed to relocating the first stage processing of its rare earth – where the material is separated from the low leve...
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 — Lynas today reiterated its commitment to Malaysia and to removing the Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) found within Rare Earths in Australia.
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MELBOURNE: Australia’s Lynas Corp said it was stockpiling production of a major rare earth element, with prices jumping in recent weeks as supply concerns mount amid trade tensions between China and...
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Australia's Lynas Corp said it was stockpiling production of a major rare earth element, with prices jumping in recent weeks as supply concerns mount amid trade tensions between China and the United S...
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MELBOURNE: Australia's Lynas Corp said its appeal against the Malaysian government's new licence conditions would be heard on June 28, after the Southeast Asian nation's environment ministry attached new conditions regarding the removal of low level radioactive residues late last year.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Energy and environment minister Yeo Bee Yin has delayed a visit to Australia to discuss rare earth miner Lynas Corp’s storage of radioactive waste in Malaysia, according to a ministry ...
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KUALA LUMPUR (June 19): Malaysia's energy and environment minister has delayed a visit to Australia to discuss rare earth miner Lynas Corp's storage of radioactive waste in the Southeast Asian nation,...
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Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin has delayed a visit to Australia to discuss rare earth miner Lynas Corporation's storage of radioactive waste in Malays...
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KUALA LUMPUR (REUTERS) - Malaysia's energy and environment minister has delayed a visit to Australia to discuss rare earth miner Lynas Corp's storage of radioactive waste from its Kuantan plant, accor...
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LETTER | The statements by Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Tokyo on May 30 on the Lynas plant at Kuantan seemed quite clear and direct on his intent.
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JUNE 14 — The statements by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Tokyo on May 30, 2019 on the Lynas plant at Kuantan seemed quite clear and direct on his intent.
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KUALA LUMPUR, June 6 — Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh today said Malaysia must insist that Australia accepts the radioactive waste from Lynas Corp’s rare earth processing plant in Pahang.
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LETTER | We too can be firm and must not budge if we are forced to have to ship back 450,000 tonnes of Lynas radioactive wastes stockpiled at the Lynas Corp Ltd rare earths processing plant in Kuantan...
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KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Western Australian Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston, who is set to meet Malaysia's Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Minister Yeo Bee Yin later this month, said his govern...
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PETALING JAYA: A “Stop Lynas” campaigner has questioned whether Lynas, the rare earths processing company, could afford to comply with regulations to send accumulated radioactive waste out of Mala...
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PETALING JAYA: Australia has welcomed the Malaysian government’s intention to renew the operating licence of Lynas Malaysia, said its High Commissioner Andrew Goledzinowski.
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PETALING JAYA: Minister Yeo Bee Yin is making plans to go to Australia to discuss Lynas with its government officials.
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PETALING JAYA: I may be with the government but I remain opposed to the Lynas plant, says Bentong MP Wong Tack.
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PETALING JAYA: Australia has welcomed the Malaysian government's intention to renew the operating license of Lynas Malaysia, says its High Commissioner, Andrew Goledzinowski.
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Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Thursday that his country will allow Australian rare earths producer Lynas Corp to keep operating a processing plant in the country.
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TOKYO: Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today that Malaysia will allow Australian rare earths producer Lynas Corp to continue operating its processing plant in Gebeng, Pahang.
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KUCHING: The purchase of the Carmor Plains cattle property in Australia’s Northern Territory was done on a willing buyer willing seller basis and had fulfilled all requirements, the Sarawak Economic...
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KUCHING, May 28 — Sarawak is poised to become a leading cattle meat supplier in the Asean region, the Middle East and Australia following the acquisition of Carmor Plains Station in Darwin, Western ...
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KUCHING: Sarawak is poised to become a leading cattle meat supplier in the Asean region, the Middle East and Australia following the acquisition of Carmor Plains Station in Darwin, Western Australia, by Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC).
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KUCHING: The Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) has defended its purchase of the Carmor Plains cattle property in Australia's Northern Territory as a strategic investment to complement its existing Rosewood Cattle Station in Western Australia.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The chief executive of Australian rare earth metals producer Lynas Corp said on Friday that feedback from the Malaysian government relating to its plans to move initial ore processes out...
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 22): A report by Australian broadcaster ABC News revealed that Sarawak Economic Development Corp-owned Rosewood Station recently bought “a cattle property on the floodplains east o...
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MELBOURNE (May 21): Rare earths producer Lynas Corp on Tuesday unveiled detailed plans to spend A$500 million (US$346 million) to boost production and set up an initial processing facility in Western ...
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BENGALURU: Rare earths producer Lynas Corp said on Tuesday it plans on spending A$500 million ($345.50 million) by 2025 to boost production and establish an initial processing facility in Western Australia, among others.
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SYDNEY, May 16 — Red-faced bank bosses in Australia admitted to an embarrassing error today, revealing their state-of-the-art US$50 note had a typo.
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SYDNEY, May 9 ― About 46 million A$50 (RM144.87) currency notes in Australia have an embarrassing typographical error that was overlooked by the central bank before they were printed and circulated.
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KUANTAN: Kuantan MP Fuziah Salleh is calling for Lynas' operating licence not to be renewed, following reports that the Western Australia government will not accept the import of radioactive waste.
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 7): Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd is refuting claims that the Western Australia state government’s ban on the import of mine waste applies only to the mining company.
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Lynas Malaysia managing director and vice president Mashal Ahmad said Western Australia's refusal to accept waste from overseas is not specific to the company.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The government needs more information on Western Australia's reported refusal to accept radioactive waste from Lynas' rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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The government requires more information on Western Australia's reported refusal to accept radioactive waste from Lynas Corporation' rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, says Deputy Prime Minister D...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The government requires more information on Western Australia’s reported refusal to accept radioactive waste from Lynas’ rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, says Deputy P...
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KUALA LUMPUR, May 7 — The government requires more information on Western Australia’s reported refusal to accept radioactive waste from Lynas' rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Kuantan, says...
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Australia has rejected Putrajaya's bid to send back radioactive waste from Lynas' rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Kuantan.
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SYDNEY (April 9): Lynas announces it sees value in operating alternative cracking and leaching processing close to resource, and primary locations considered for growth are in Western Australia, the c...
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MELBOURNE (REUTERS) - Rare earths miner Lynas Corp said on Monday (April 8) it is considering initial ore processing near its Australian mine, as Malaysia stepped up pressure on the company already in...
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Australian rare-earths miner Lynas Corp said today that it was considering initial ore processing close to its Australian mine, as regulatory hurdles facing its Malaysian processing plant mount.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Australian rare-earths miner Lynas Corp said today that it was considering initial ore processing close to its Australian mine, as regulatory hurdles facing its Malaysian processing plan...
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PUTRAJAYA (April 6): While Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad acknowledged that the new Government has imposed a precondition for Lynas Corp Ltd to ship out its wastes, he noted the reality that t...
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PUTRAJAYA (April 5): While Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad acknowledged that the new Government has imposed a precondition for Lynas Corp Ltd to ship out its wastes, he noted the reality that t...
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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA (April 2): What links the Japanese monarchy and the property market in Western Australia?
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SYDNEY, April 1 — Mining giant Rio Tinto said today its Australian iron ore production has been curtailed by a tropical cyclone that hit last month and it would be unable to fulfill some contracts.
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Australia's Lynas Corp Ltd on Wednesday said it would not engage with conglomerate Wesfarmers on its "highly conditional" $1.1 billion takeover approach for the only proven producer of rare earth elem...
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Australian retail-to-chemicals conglomerate Wesfarmers Ltd said on Tuesday that it had made a bid to acquire niche rare earths miner Lynas Corp Ltd for A$1.50 billion ($1.07 billion) in cash.
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PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian has been charged in Australia over child pornography allegedly found in his handphone at Perth International Airport on Friday (March 15).
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PETALING JAYA: A 36-year-old Malaysian has been arrested and charged after Australian Border Force (ABF) officers allegedly found child exploitation material on his mobile phone at Perth International...
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 17 — A Malaysian man has been arrested and charged in Australia after child exploitation material was allegedly found on his mobile phone.
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PERTH: A Malaysian man has been charged in Australia over child exploitation material allegedly found on his mobile phone.
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Firefighters battled 25 blazes across the Australian state of Victoria on Sunday as a record-breaking heatwave delivered the hottest start to March on record for the southern third of the country.
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TOURISM AUSTRALIA and Malaysia Airlines and are celebrating 10 years of partnership with the UnDiscover Australia with Malaysia Airlines campaign that offers special airfare from Kuala Lumpur to five gateways in Australia.
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PERTH: Seven members of a Malaysian family, including a teenage boy, were detained during a raid on the "squalid" rental house they lived in, as part of a national operation targeting the exploitation...