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Multi-dimensional index, dynamic policy essential to eradicate poverty: Mahathir
KUALA LUMPUR: A multi-dimensional index and a dynamic policy are essential to help the government eradicate poverty, according to Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix).
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Apex Healthcare buys freehold Malacca land for future expansion
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): Apex Healthcare Bhd is buying a freehold industrial plot in Malacca for RM20.42 million to cater for the future expansion of its off-patent pharmaceutical manufacturing unit, Xe...
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Two DAP reps detained over LTTE links to remain assemblymen: EC
GEORGE TOWN: The two DAP elected representatives from Malacca and Negri Sembilan detained for their alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), will remain as assemblymen.
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70% discount on lost MyKad replacement fee tomorrow
MALACCA: Members of the public will receive a 70% discount on the MyKad lost fee at all National Registration Department (NRD) branch offices nationwide in conjunction with the National Registration D...
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Federal allocations should be disbursed rationally based on size of states – Abang Johari
Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg KOTA KINABALU: Federal allocations should be disbursed rationally based on the size of the states, said Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Op...
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Leaders, official govt councils, must use Bahasa Melayu: Anwar
MALACCA: Leaders and members of official government councils must use the Malay language as a medium of instruction as part of the effort to uphold it as a language of knowledge, according to Port Dic...
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LTTE: Malacca gov’t to provide full cooperation to police
MALACCA: The Malacca state government will provide full cooperation to the police to investigate allegations against three individuals in the state suspected of promoting, supporting, possessing mater...
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Five more held in LTTE crackdown
KUALA LUMPUR: The crackdown on local supporters of Tamil militant group Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) continued on Saturday with the arrest of five more people.
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Kula Segaran leaves probe on allegations of terrorism to police
IPOH: Human Resource Minister M. Kula Segaran (pix) is leaving the investigation that he was involved in the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in the country to the police.
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Aliran: Pakatan should repeal Sosma, give those arrested for LTTE their day in court
PETALING JAYA: There should be no detention without trial for those detained over alleged links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), says human rights NGO...
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LTTE: Police have strong evidence of terrorism activity in the country, says Muhyiddin
MALACCA: Police have strong evidence to conduct investigations against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) based on intelligence carried out over a long period of time.
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Terrorist groups will always be dealt with in accordance to SOP: IGP
KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador (pix) today stressed that any form of threat linked to terrorist groups will be dealt with in accordance with the Standard Operating...
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Malaysian police detain five more over alleged links to Sri Lanka rebel group
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Malaysian police have detained five more men over alleged links to the Sri Lankan Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) separatist group.
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PH had informal discussions over detention of two assemblymen: Saifuddin
KUANTAN: The issue of the detentions of two DAP State Assemblymen for purported involvement with the Tamil Eelam Liberation Tigers (LTTE) terrorist group was discussed by the leadership of Pakatan Har...
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Six nabbed for impersonating cops in robbery attempt
PORT DICKSON: Police have arrested six suspects including a woman believed to have been involved in a robbery attempt by disguising themselves as police officers.
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Police detain Singaporean man in connection to gruesome murders
MALACCA: Police have detained a Singaporean man believed to be involved in a gruesome murder case connected to the discovery of eight human body parts which were discarded into the bushes in the Krubo...
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LTTE: Cops not ruling out possibility of nabbing more suspects
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have not ruled out the possibility of arresting more individuals to facilitate investigations into the case involving the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) terrorist group i...
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Seven allegedly linked to LTTE should not be held under Sosma: Ramasamy
GEORGE TOWN: Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P. Ramasamy said today the seven people suspected to have been involved with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) militant group should not have bee...
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DAP believes in the innocence of arrested assemblymen: Guan Eng
KUALA LUMPUR: DAP believes in the innocence of its two assemblymen who were arrested yesterday over their alleged connections with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), said party secretary-gen...
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Aidilfitri, Gawai holidays next year to coincide with mid-year school break
KUCHING: The Hari Raya Aidilfitri and Gawai Dayak holidays next year will coincide with the mid-year school break.
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DAP shocked over arrests of 2 elected reps, offers legal assistance
PETALING JAYA: DAP will provide a legal team to represent its two DAP leaders arrested by police for their alleged involvement in Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) activities, the party’s secr...
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Malacca to gazette more forest land to resolve wildlife 'disturbances'
Malacca plans to expand its permanent forest as a solution to the human-wildlife conflict in the state.
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Stop harping on the social contract, we are all Malaysians
“There is no such thing as Social Contract” – Royal Professor Ungku Aziz  The Star, 12 May 2008.
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Open letter to Zainal Kling
LETTER | "There is no such thing as social contract" - Royal Professor Ungku Aziz, May 12, 2008.
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Unemployed man charged with threatening to kill mother
MALACCA: An unemployed man was charged in the magistrate’s court here today with threatening to kill his mother.
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King attends Munaqasyah session at Istana Negara
KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah (pix) today attended the Munaqasyah of State Islamic Affairs Management at Istana Negara here.
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Malacca will not let water woes become annual event: CM
MALACCA: Since the last episode of water woes which affected 25,167 account holders in the state last month, the focus is now on the state government and Syarikat Air Melaka Berhad’s (SAMB) plan to ...
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Dr M: We need a "generous" Opposition to pass Bills needing two-third majority
SUBANG JAYA: If the Opposition is "generous", the Pakatan Harapan goverment can pass the Bills it wants to in the next Parliament session, says Prime Minister Tun...
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Cash rebate worth RM672,000 awaits affordable house buyers at HOC
KUALA LUMPUR: To encourage home ownership among Malaysians, cash rebate worth RM672,000 will be awarded to buyers of houses priced under RM300,000 at the 2019 Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) for afforda...
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Ex-CCM CEO and son claim trial to corruption charges exceeding RM5m
KUALA LUMPUR: The former chief executive officer of the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM) Datuk Zahrah Abd Wahab Fenner pleaded not guilty in the sessions court here today, to 33 charges of bribe...
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Succession row: Anwar supporter drubs Dr M supporter over 'repeat of 98' remark
PKR lawmaker Abdullah Sani Abdul Hamid opened fire on Khairuddin Abu Hassan over the latter's remark that he might mount a campaign to prevent Anwar Ibrahim from succeeding Prime Minister Dr Mahathir ...
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Food delivery riders go on four-hour ‘strike’ over alleged raw deal
KUALA LUMPUR: A four-and-a-half-hour protest was all it took for Foodpanda riders to get themselves a better deal.
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Water supply in Malacca fully restored
MALACCA: The water supply to all affected areas in the state due to the low level of water in rivers, dams and water retention ponds has been fully restored.
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Foodpanda riders are going on strike next week over new payment scheme
Foodpanda recently revised its payment/incentive scheme for riders outside the Klang Valley, with the new system supposedly offering the 12,000 or so riders in Malaysia more “flexibility”.
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More contingency plans needed to resolve water supply disruption in Malacca
MALACCA: The people of Malacca hope that the authorities will provide more effective contingency plans and take note of public opinion before deciding on the issue of water shortage in the state.
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Penang rewarded for being pioneer in going green
GEORGE TOWN: The federal government has rewarded Penang for being a leading green state.
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Mat Sabu: Inquest call for commando killed in friendly fire will be raised
Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu said he will forward to "higher up" a request by 36-year-old Major Mohd Zahir Armaya's family for an inquest into his death after he was killed in friendly fire.
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Power smart meters in 9.1 million households by 2026
KUALA LUMPUR: Almost every household in Peninsula Malaysia will soon be able to track their power usage and patterns through the Advance Metering Infrastructure (AMI), or simply known as the smart met...
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Youngsters must not feel bad to master English: Hannah Yeoh
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians, especially the younger generation, must discard the mentality that learning English is a betrayal to their race and national language, says Women, Family and Community Develo...
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Armed Forces respects family’s call for inquest into Maj Mohd Zahir’s death
LUMUT: The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) respects veteran actor-comedian A. R. Badul’s call for an inquest into the death of his son, Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, 36, on Sept 4, during a demonstration ex...
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Over RM30M in Maim aid given to underprivileged people
MALACCA: The Malacca Islamic Religious Council (Maim) has distributed RM30,097,391 in aid to 8,109 people up till Sept 16.
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Armed forces respects family's call for inquest into Maj Mohd Zahir's death
The Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) respects veteran actor-comedian AR Badul's call for an inquest into the death of his son, Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, 36,  during a demonstration exercise early this mon...
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UEC recognition awaits formal announcement
KOTA KINABALU: The State Government has been urged to make a formal announcement on the recognition of the Unified Examination Certificate (UEC). Liberal Democratic Party (LDP), Gerakan and Kota Kina...
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Actor Badul and family hope for an inquest into son, Major Mohd Zahir’s death
SHAH ALAM: The family of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, 36, is planning to request for an inquest into the cause of his death during a demonstration exercise at the Lok Kawi army camp in Sabah, on Sept 4.
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Rotational water rationing in Johor and Malacca
Water supply rationing will be implemented in Johor and Malacca on a rotational basis.
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Haze: Blue skies back
KUALA LUMPUR: After almost two weeks of having to put up with “horrible” haze, most Malaysians finally got a chance to taste normal outdoor life following the air quality reverting to the moderate...
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United Malacca swings back to black in 1Q on disposal gain
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 25): Plantations group United Malacca Bhd returned to the black with a net profit of RM36.95 million in the first quarter ended July 31, 2019 (1QFY20) against a net loss of RM18.49 ...
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Malacca folk hope rain will end water woes
MALACCA: The people in Malacca are hoping that continuous rain will occur to overcome the problems of water supply disruptions and the haze that had struck the state for the past one week (since Sept ...
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Number of areas with unhealthy API readings rises to 38
KUALA LUMPUR: The number of areas with unhealthy Air Pollutant Index (API) readings has risen to 38 as of 8am today, compared to only 18 yesterday.
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Three elderly siblings lose more than RM500,000 to ‘lawyer’
MALACCA: Three elderly siblings claimed that they have lost more than RM500,000 to a syndicate which cheated them by claiming that they had quit rent arrears.
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MACC lauds use of body cameras on enforcers
MALACCA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has lauded the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corruptions...
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Mahathir extends condolences to Dr Md Farid’s family
PONTIAN: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad extended his condolences to the family of Datuk Dr Md Farid Md Rafik who died today.
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Malacca CM: Water catchment areas to be replanted with forest trees
MALACCA (Sept 21) Water catchment areas in Malacca will be replanted with forest trees to ensure the catchments function effectively to meet the water supply needs of residents in the state, said Chi...
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MACC lauds use of body cameras on enforcers
The MACC lauds the use of body cameras on enforcement officers such as the police, immigration and customs to tackle abuse of power and corruption.
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Malacca CM: Water catchment areas to be replanted with forest trees
MALACCA: Water catchment areas in Malacca will be replanted with forest trees to ensure the catchments function effectively to meet the water supply needs of residents in the state, according to Chief...
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Water supply shortage: Malacca residents make preparations
MALACCA: Residents here have started storing water in preparation for a possible disruption in water supply.
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Malacca set to overcome water supply disruptions: Chief Minister
MALACCA (Sept 19): The Malacca State Government has provided a medium and long-term plan to address the shortage of water supply in the state, especially during droughts in the future, said Chief Mini...
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Local fishermen lost at sea due to haze rescued by Indonesians
MALACCA: Two fishermen who lost their way as a result of the hazy conditions at sea were rescued by a group of Indonesian fishermen in the nation’s waters early this morning.
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Former Auditor-General Tan Sri Dr Hadenan Jalil dies at 73
KUALA LUMPUR: Former Auditor-General Tan Sri Dr. Hadenan A Jalil (pix), 73, passed away at noon today at his home in Sungai Buloh, Selangor.
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Seven mosques in Malacca perform Istisqa prayers for rain
MALACCA: Major mosques in the state today perform Istisqa prayers (prayers for rain) and special sermons following the ongoing water supply shortage and the worsening haze in the country.
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Long dry spell causes water shortage in Sri Aman: Uggah
KUCHING: The unprecedented water supply disruption affecting the entire town of Sri Aman is due to the extended period of drought in the state, said Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister, Douglas Uggah Embas.
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Report areas without water supply to me - Malacca CM
Malacca Chief Minister Adly Zahari told residents in the state to report areas affected by water supply disruption directly to him via his official Facebook site.
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Haze at hazardous level in Sri Aman because close to Kalimantan: DOE
PUTRAJAYA: The air quality in Sri Aman worsened to the hazardous level today due to its location, which is close to the Sarawak-Kalimantan border, said the Department of Environment (DoE). The Air Po...
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Disruption in water supply in Malacca not a crisis: Exco
MALACCA: The disruption in water supply in the state caused by the low level of water in the dams and water retention ponds is not a crisis and there are no plans for water rationing now, said Malacca...
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Why Penang is a goldmine of real estate investment opportunities
Contributed by Joshua Lee George Town viewed from Tanjung Tokong.
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Haze: Sri Aman in S'wak records 'hazardous' air level
The Air Pollution Index (API) reading in several areas of Sarawak recorded unsafe readings this morning, with Sri Aman near Kuching hitting the hazardous level.
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Villagers appeal Malacca govt to resolve water crisis
MALACCA: Residents in Kampung Pantai Rombang, Tanjung Kling here today appealed to the state government to help resolve the severe water shortage in the area since last week.
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Negri Sembilan starts providing clean water to Malacca
SEREMBAN: The Negri Sembilan government through Syarikat Air Negri Sembilan (Sains) has begun providing clean water to Malacca, which is currently facing water crisis.
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Cloud seeding brings rain to haze-hit Selangor, Negri Sembilan, Malacca
KUALA LUMPUR: Cloud seeding was carried out in three states – Selangor, Negri Sembilan and Malacca – today to reduce the haze, according to the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia). ...
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‘Very unhealthy’ air quality in Putrajaya, four other areas
KUALA LUMPUR: Putrajaya is one of the five places in the country where the air quality was registered as ‘very unhealthy’ at 9 am today due to the haze.
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Honda advancing with Prachinburi plant
BANGKOK: "No cameras, no phones and no video!" That was the explicit instruction from Honda as we began a tour of its Thai assembly plant in Prachinburi on Sept 4.
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PM to look into RM450m direct nego claims and 8 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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PBAPP sends water tanker to assist drought-stricken Malacca
GEORGE TOWN: Perbadanan Bekalan Air Pulau Pinang (PBAPP) has responded to a call to assist in supplying water to drought-stricken Malacca by deploying a tanker truck early today.
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Haze: People in Malacca limit outdoor activities
MALACCA: The people of Malacca have started to limit their outdoor activities, taking precautionary measures following the haze that has hit Malacca City which has recorded very unhealthy Air Pollutan...
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Haze: Malacca Merdeka@komuniti opening ceremony cancelled
MALACCA: Malacca cancelled the opening ceremony for Malacca state-level Merdeka@Komuniti #IniRumahKita programme, which was scheduled to take place in the MBMB Square at 11.30am today, as the haze sit...
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Teacher drowns in water-rafting incident in Kampar
KAMPAR: A teacher drowned in a water-rafting incident at Sungai Jahang, Gopeng here yesterday evening.
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UiTM lecturer found dead in rented home in Seremban
SEREMBAN: A lecturer from Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Seremban 3 was found dead in his rented house in Suriaman 3, Bandar Sri Sendayan, here Friday.
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Malacca edition of FitMalaysia programme cancelled due to haze
MALACCA: The Malacca edition of the FitMalaysia Programme scheduled to take place tomorrow at the Dataran Pahlawan in Banda Hilir here, has been cancelled due to haze.
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Haze: 24 areas record higher API from moderate to unhealthy this morning
KUALA LUMPUR: Several states in the peninsula including Kedah, Penang, Perak, Malacca, Johor and Negri Sembilan recorded higher Air Pollutant Index (API) reading from moderate to unhealthy level which...
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Haze: Part of Klang hits ‘very unhealthy’ API reading
The Air Pollution Index (API) reading has hit the very unhealthy level at Johan Setia in Klang while 20 other areas across the country record unhealthy API readings this morning.
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Police looking for witnesses in court case
JOHOR BARU: Police are looking for three men whose presence are required during the hearing of a drug-related case at the Kluang magistrate’s court.
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Malaysians lament on social media as air quality deteriorates due to haze
PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK, AFP) - Malaysians have taken to social media to lament about how the haze is affecting them as air quality continued to worsen due to transboundary haze blan...
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Haze: Rompin API reading hits very unhealthy level
Air quality in Rompin, Pahang, climbed to a very unhealthy level as the Air Pollutant Index (API) reading hit 202 at 10pm last night.
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FitMalaysia finale moved from Johor to Malacca
The FitMalaysia programme finale scheduled to be held this Saturday has been moved from Johor to Malacca, according to sources.
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KK High School excellent principal retires
From left: Pre-university senior assistant Goh Boon Swee, senior assistant I Ooi Hieu Seng, Puan Lim, Mistirine, Lim Kiat Kong, Wong Yee Ming, Shirney Lim and Tan Hock Siong.
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A third challenge to youths: Promoting social media literacy
MP SPEAKS | The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, in his birthday message, has reinforced my challenge yesterday to youths to prove to the world that Malaysia is a successful ex...
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Orang asli urged to venture into tourism sector in Malacca
ALOR GAJAH: The orang asli community in Malacca was today told to carry out eco-tourism and agro-tourism activities to improve their livelihood.
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Datuk Mat Kasim Karim named new Malacca police chief
KUALA LUMPUR: Malacca will have a new police chief with the appointment of DCP Datuk Mat Kasim Karim to the post, effective Oct 7.
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Commando’s death: Police to call several more people for questioning
KUALA LUMPUR: The police are expected to call a few more people for questioning to facilitate investigation into the death of a commando officer who died in a shooting demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp i...
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Gadek Hot Spring to get a makeover
ALOR GAJAH: Gadek Hot Spring will be given a RM17 million makeover and named Gadek Wellness and Spa Resort, Malacca Chief Minister, Adly Zahari, told reporters today.
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Malacca to spend RM5m on purchase of 45 new vehicles
MALACCA: The Malacca state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and agencies in the state, according to Chief Mini...
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Malacca to spend RM5m on purchase of 45 new vehicles
The Malacca state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles to replace the old vehicles of government departments and agencies in the state, Chief Minister Adly Zahari said.
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Mufti tells religious preachers not to sell products during talks in surau, mosques
Malacca: Religious preachers in the state have been advised not to use any religious event held at surau and mosques as their platforms to sell products for personal gain.
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Ammonia leak: Malacca to monitor safety of water sources, chemicals
MALACCA: The safety of water sources and chemicals especially in industrial areas is the primary aspect monitored by the Malacca state government to ensure the ammonia gas leak incident in Jasin near ...
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Malacca grappling with invasion of Indonesian wild pigs
MALACCA - On top of the problem of immigrants making their way illegally into Melaka via the strait, the state is currently facing another trans-boundary issue - the invasion of wild boars from Indon...
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Major Mohd Zahir buried in Tambun
IPOH: Major Mohd Zahir Armaya who died during a shooting presentation at the launch of the Fifth Infantry Division in Lok Kawi, Sabah, yesterday, was buried at the Tambun Muslim Cemetery here today.
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Last respects and funeral prayers for Major Mohd Zahir
KUALA LUMPUR: Sadness filled the air when the body of commando officer Major Mohd Zahir Armaya arrived at the Wardieburn Camp mosque in Jalan Genting Klang, Setapak here for funeral prayers early toda...
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Last respects and funeral prayers for Major Mohd Zahir
Sadness filled the air when the body of commando officer Major Mohd Zahir Armaya arrived at the Wardieburn Camp mosque on Jalan Genting Klang in Setapak, Kuala Lumpur, for funeral prayers early today.
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AR Badul accepts son’s death as test from god
KUALA LUMPUR: Veteran actor and comedian AR Badul has accepted the death of his son as a test from God.
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AR Badul’s commando son killed during event
KUALA LUMPUR: A son of veteran comedian AR Badul died of a gunshot wound today after a freak accident at an army base at the Kem Lok Kawi in Kota Kinabalu.
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