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These resorts in Johor will make you believe you're not in Malaysia
There's no need to look too far for a relaxing getaway when our neighbour Johor has quite a few pristine beaches and resorts that are just a couple of hours away from the Causeway.
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Dental care services involving Orang Asli achieved 100% level in Johor
MERSING: Dental care services were provided for all Orang Asli primary school children, including pre-schoolers, in Johor last year.
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Police looking for 13 individuals to assist commercial crime probe
KLUANG: The police are seeking help from the public to locate 13 individuals wanted by the Kluang district police headquarters to assist investigations into commercial criminal cases reported in the a...
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Pufferfish raises man’s income
MERSING: The poisonous pufferfish has proven to be the “antidote” for a former fisherman to improve his livelihood.
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Man charged with keeping dog that mauled neighbour
MERSING: A fisherman was charged at a Magistrate’s Court here with negligence and keeping a mixed-breed dog that attacked an 11-year-old girl at a house in Taman...
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Fisherman pleads not guilty to negligence, keeping mixed-breed pitbull without licence
MERSING: A fisherman here has claimed trial to a charge of negligence and one of keeping a mixed-breed dog without a licence after his pet attacked an 11-year-old...
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275,000 face water rationing in Johor despite downpours
KULAI • Despite heavy downpours in the past few days, the water crisis in Johor has worsened, with at least 275,000 people facing water rationing.
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Johor water crisis worsens despite recent rainfall
KULAI - Despite heavy downpours of late, the water crisis in Johor has worsened, with at least 275,000 people having to face scheduled water rationing.
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Johor water crisis worsens despite recent rainfall
KULAI (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Despite heavy downpours of late, the water crisis in Johor has worsened, with at least 275,000 people having to face scheduled water rationing.
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Johor: About 100,000 residents to be impacted by water cut on Oct 8
JOHOR BAHRU (Sept 29): About 100,000 people in Johor who get water from the Lebam Dam in Kota Tinggi will have to go through scheduled water rationing from Oct 8.
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Johor water crisis worsens despite recent rainfall
KULAI: Despite heavy downpours of late, the water crisis in Johor has worsened, with at least 275,000 people having to face scheduled water rationing.
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Three private religious school staff die in Mersing accident
MERSING: Three staff of a private religious school died when the car they were travelling in collided with a four-wheel drive vehicle at Kilometre 23, Jalan Nitar-Mersing here at 1.40pm today.
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Scheduled water rationing to be implemented in Mersing
KULAI, Sept 29 — Scheduled water supply (water rationing) will be implemented in some areas in Mersing as the current water reading at the Labong Dam has reached the stop production level.
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About 100,000 to be affected by water cut in Johor on Oct 8
JOHOR BARU: The water crisis in the state continues to worsen with more areas expected to have scheduled water rationing.
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Scheduled water supply in Melaka, Johor following drop in supply of raw water
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 27): Scheduled water supply has been implemented in Melaka and Johor following a drop in the supply of raw water due to low water levels in rivers and dams as a result of the prolonged...
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Scheduled water supply in Malacca, Johor following drop in supply of raw water
PUTRAJAYA: Scheduled water supply has been implemented in Malacca and Johor following a drop in the supply of raw water due to low water levels in rivers and dams as a result of the prolonged hot and ...
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Scheduled water supply in Melaka, Johor following drop in supply of raw water
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 26): Scheduled water supply has been implemented in Melaka and Johor following a drop in the supply of raw water due to low water levels in rivers and dams as a result of the prolonged...
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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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MMEA scraps two boats seized for illegally fishing in Malaysian waters
JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has scrapped off two Vietnamese fishing boats that were seized in June last year for illegally...
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800m oil spill detected along Mersing waters
JOHOR BARU: An oil spill has been detected along an area spanning 800m in the Mersing waters, affecting nearby areas such as Pulau Rawa and Pulau Besar, here.
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Oil spill spanning 800 metre detected along Mersing waters
JOHOR BARU, Sept 18 — An oil spill has been detected along an area spanning 800 metres in the Mersing waters, affecting nearby areas such as Pulau Rawa and Pulau Besar, here.
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High-powered motorcycle couple die in Mersing collision
JOHOR BARU: A couple were killed after a Perodua Alza crashed into the high-powered motorcycle they were riding at Km29 Jalan Kota Tinggi-Mersing near Mersing.
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Two bikers killed after car skids into their lane
JOHOR BARU: A trip to attend an international biking event in Desaru turned into tragedy for a group of motorcyclists, as two in their convoy were killed after...
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Another 3 MPs to challenge Umno’s breach of contract suits
PETALING JAYA: Another three MPs who were nominated by Umno to contest in the 14th general election under the Barisan Nasional will challenge breach of contract suits filed against them by their forme...
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Umno files four more suits against MPs who moved to Bersatu
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 11): Umno has filed four more suits earlier this month against its former MPs who had moved to Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia.
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Alarming increase in dengue cases in Johor
JOHOR BARU: The number of dengue cases in Johor has increased at an alarming rate with 7,761 cases recorded from Jan 1 to Aug 31 this year, a rise of 101.2% compared with 3,857 cases in the same perio...
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Report: Umno sues three more MPs for alleged breach of contract, trust, expectations
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 4 — Umno is hauling three more federal lawmakers who have abandoned its party for alleged breach of contract and trust, among others.
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Exco: Alarming spike in dengue cases in Johor
JOHOR BARU, Sept 4 — The number of dengue cases in Johor has increased at an alarming rate with 7,761 cases recorded from January 1 to August 31 this year, a rise of 101.2 per cent compared with 3,8...
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Umno goes after more MPs
PUTRAJAYA: Umno continues to pursue legal action against its former lawmakers who have defected after 14th General Election with the filing of three more suits...
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‘Dengue now a major issue’
JOHOR BARU: The dengue situation in Johor is now a major concern.
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Dengue cases up by 3,904 cases this year, says Johor exco
JOHOR BARU, Sept 3 — Johor Health, Culture and Heritage Committee chairman Mohd Khuzzan Abu Bakar today said that the dengue situation in the state has become a major concern as an increase of up to...
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PKR: Party has representation in all 222 constituencies nationwide
PETALING JAYA: Following the recent formation of Parti Keadilan Rakyat’s (Keadilan) latest branch in Mersing in August, the party now has representation in all 222 constituencies nationwide.
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Umno sues three more who switched to PPBM
PETALING JAYA: Umno has filed suits against three more of its former MPs for breach of trust after they defected to PPBM earlier this year.
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'Mummy is home': Dead Singaporean kayaker's son pays touching tribute to mother
SINGAPORE - Before she left for the fateful kayaking trip to Malaysia, Ms Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, often asked her son to help her prepare for the expedition.
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Cow dung fails to mask stench of drug lab
JOHOR BARU: A syndicate thought that by setting up a drug processing lab in a cattle farm, the stench of cow dung would mask their shady work.
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Police uncover drug processing lab on Mersing cattle farm
JOHOR BARU: Police uncovered a drug processing laboratory concealed within a barn in a cattle farm near Kampung Pengkalan Batu, Mersing, on Tuesday and detained three local men.
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Drug processing lab in a cattle farm busted
Police have confiscated drug processing substances weighing more than 210kg worth RM350,000 during a recent raid at a shed located inside a cattle farm at Kampung Pengkalan Batu in Mersing, Johor.
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Johor police bust syabu lab on Mersing cattle farm
JOHOR BARU, Aug 30 — The police raided a hut on a cattle farm that served as a makeshift syabu (crystal methamphetamine) processing laboratory in Kampung Pengkalan Batu, Mersing on Wednesday, and re...
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KSL cash pile soars with higher profit but, sorry, no dividend
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 28): KSL Holdings Bhd announced a 59.4% jump in net profit to RM67.78 million in its second quarter ended June 30, 2019 (2QFY19) from RM42.52 million a year ago.
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Despite land approval, Tamil school still ‘squatting’
DESPITE getting approval for its own premises in 2015, a Tamil school in Mersing, Johor, is still “squatting” in the compound of another school, Malaysia Nanban reported.Persatuan Pendidikan Parvai Negeri Johor president Rajendran Kannan said SJK(T) Mersing’s board...
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KSL cash pile soars with higher profit but, sorry, no dividend
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): KSL Holdings Bhd announced a 59.4% jump in net profit to RM67.78 million in its second quarter ended June 30, 2019 (2QFY19) from RM42.52 million a year ago.
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off
JOHOR BARU: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off after rescuers failed to come up with new leads.
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Questions over kayaking mishap
The case of the two Singaporean kayakers who went missing off Mersing has cast a gloom over the kayaking fraternity.
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Malaysia ends search for missing kayaker
Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsular Malaysia.
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Singapore and Tan’s family express appreciation to Malaysia on SAR efforts
SINGAPORE: The Singapore government today expressed its deep appreciation to the Malaysian government and all agencies involved in the search and rescue (SAR) operations over the past 10 days, for the...
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Singapore govt, missing kayaker’s family express appreciation to Malaysia for SAR ops
SINGAPORE, Aug 19 — The Singapore government today expressed its deep appreciation to the Malaysian government and all Malaysian agencies involved in the search and rescue (SAR) operations over the ...
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Singaporean kayakers who went missing in Malaysia: A timeline of events
SINGAPORE: On Aug 8, two Singaporeans went missing while kayaking in Malaysia.
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Missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon will be 'at peace' at sea, says family
SINGAPORE: The family of missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon on Monday (Aug 19) issued their "heartfelt thanks" to those involved in looking for him, after authorities called off a search operat...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8, while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing, was called off last night after rescuers failed to come up...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on Aug 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off on Sunday (Aug 18) night after rescuers failed to come up with new leads.
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Malaysia ends search for remaining missing Singaporean kayaker
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsula Ma...
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Malaysia ends search for remaining missing Singaporean kayaker
KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia has ended search operations for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, 62, after 10 days of scouring the sea from north Johor to Terengganu on the east coast of peninsula Ma...
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker called off after 10 days
JOHOR BARU, Aug 19 — The search and rescue (SAR) operation for a Singaporean man who went missing on August 8 while on a kayaking expedition in Mersing was called off today after rescuers failed to ...
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Malaysian authorities call off search for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon
MERSING: Malaysian authorities have called off the search and rescue operation for missing Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon, the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency said in a press release on Mond...
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Zahid: Suits filed against all Umno MPs who joined PPBM
PETALING JAYA: Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi has confirmed that the party has taken legal action against all members of Parliament who quit the party.
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Besut police chief lost reattached thumb due to infection
KEMAMAN: Besut District Police chief Supt Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi had to undergo another operation on Friday to take off his reattached right thumb after it developed an infection.
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Besut police chief loses his right thumb again
KEMAMAN: Besut district police chief Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi has lost his right thumb again after it developed an infection after being reattached by surgeons last week after it was chopped off in a para...
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Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas on 10th day
KUALA TERENGGANU: The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 100 square nautica...
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Besut police chief loses reattached thumb due to infection
KEMAMAN (Bernama): Besut district police chief Supt Mohd Zamri Mohd Rowi had to undergo another operation on Friday (Aug 16) to remove his reattached right thumb after it developed an infection.
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Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day Sunday (Aug 18).
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MMEA: Search for Singaporean kayaker focuses on coastal areas on 10th day
KUALA TERENGGANU, Aug 18 — The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 100 squ...
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Mersing kayaking incident: ‘We had to keep paddling, or risk drifting away’
It was supposed to be a routine expedition off Mersing, one that some of the members of the kayaking group had gone on before.
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Family holds wake for Singaporean kayaker who died in Malaysia
SINGAPORE: The family and friends of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin who died in Malaysia paid tribute to her on Saturday (Aug 17).
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Dozens turn up at wake of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin
SINGAPORE - Friends and relatives gathered at the wake of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin, who drowned during a trip in Malaysia, painted a picture of a woman who lived life large.
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Missing Singaporean kayaker: Malaysia extends search to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU: Malaysian authorities on Saturday (Aug 17) expanded the search area for a Singaporean kayaker who went missing in Johor waters to 300 square nautical miles, from waters off Kemama...
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker extended to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day on Saturday (Aug 17).
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Search for missing Singaporean kayaker extended to Kuala Terengganu waters
KUALA TERENGGANU: The search and rescue operation (SAR) for Singaporean kayaker Tan Eng Soon who went missing off Mersing in Johor entered its ninth day today, with a search area of 300 square nautica...
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Body of S'pore kayaker brought home for funeral
The body of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, was transported by undertakers back to Singapore yesterday, accompanied by her son Louis Pang and five relatives.
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Singaporean kayaker's body brought home, accompanied by son; search continues for other kayaker
The body of Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, was transported by undertakers back to Singapore on Friday (Aug 16), accompanied by her younger son Louis Pang and five relatives.
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Search narrowed for missing Singaporean kayaker, after body reportedly sighted in Dungun waters
CHUKAI, Aug 16 — The search and rescue (SAR) operation for Singaporean Tan Eng Soon, who went missing in a kayaking expedition last week, was today focused on the waters between Kemanan and Merchang...
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Search area for missing Singaporean kayaker narrowed down after sighting of body
CHUKAI (Bernama): The search and rescue (SAR) operation for Singaporean Tan Eng Soon, who went missing in a kayaking expedition last week, was focused on the waters between Kemaman and Merchang in Marang following the reported sighting of a body in Dungun waters Thursday (Aug 15).
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Remains of female Singaporean kayaker to be repatriated today
CHUKAI: The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, will be repatriated to Singapore tomorrow morning.
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Remains of female Singaporean kayaker to be repatriated Friday (Aug 16)
CHUKAI (Bernama): The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, will be repatriated to Singapore on Friday (Aug 16) morning.
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Remains of female Singapore kayaker to be repatriated today
CHUKAI, Aug 16 ― The remains of Puah Geok Tin, the Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on August 8, will be repatriated to Singapore this morning.
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'I love you and I always will': Family, friends pay tribute to Singaporean kayaker who died in Malaysia
SINGAPORE: “I love you and I always will.” These seven words were posted by the daughter of Singaporean kayaker Puah Geok Tin early on Thursday (Aug 15) morning, hours after Malaysian authorities ...
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Family confirms body found at sea is missing kayaker
CHUKAI: The family members of a Singaporean woman today confirmed that the body found by local fishermen near Kemaman waters yesterday is Puah Geok Tin, 57, who went missing after going kayaking in Me...
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Family confirms body found near Kemaman waters is missing kayaker
CHUKAI (Bernama): The family members of a Singaporean woman have confirmed that the body found by local fishermen near Kemaman waters on Wednesday (Aug 14) is Puah Geok Tin, who went missing while kayaking in Mersing last week.
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The Big Story: Singaporean kayaker's body found in Terengganu, and the moral dilemma of AI
SINGAPORE - Catch up with the hottest topics on The Straits Times' new weekday talk show.
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SAR op for missing kayakers extended to Kerteh waters
MERSING: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here entered its seventh day today, with the search area now extended to Kerteh wate...
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Search and rescue ops for missing kayakers extend to Kerteh waters
The search and rescue (SAR) operation for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here entered its seventh day today, with the search area now extended to Kerteh waters in Ter...
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Search continues for second missing Singaporean kayaker
MERSING - Following the discovery of the body of 57-year-old Madam Puah Geok Tin - one of the two Singaporean kayakers who went missing last Thursday (Aug 8) - the search for Mr Tan Eng Soon continued...
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Son of Singaporean kayaker confirms her death on social media
SINGAPORE, Aug 15 — The son of missing Singaporean kayaker Josephine Puah Geok Tin, 57, has confirmed her death on social media.
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Family of missing Singaporean kayaker arrive at Kemaman Hospital
KEMAMAN: Some 15 family members of a Singaporean woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on Aug 8, arrived at the Kemaman Hospital Forensic Unit last night.
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Family of Singaporean kayaker arrives at Kemaman Hospital to identify body
KEMAMAN, Aug 15 — Some 15 family members of a Singapore woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters here on August 8 arrived at the Kemaman Hospital Forensic Unit last night.
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Umno sues ex-members
PUTRAJAYA: Umno intends to sue the remaining 14 of its former lawmakers who have defected from the party after the 14th General Election following the filing of a suit against three Bersatu MPs.
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Body found in search for missing kayakers
MERSING: The search and rescue (SAR) operation for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters near here has recovered a body.
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Son of missing kayaker grateful to SAR personnel
MERSING (Bernama): The son of Puah Geok Tin, a woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters on Aug 8, has thanked the search and rescue team for their hard work and dedication.
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Son hopes mom who went missing while kayaking still alive
The son of Puah Geok Tin, a woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters on Aug 8, is keeping up his hope that his mother is alive although the body of a woman was found in Kemaman waters in ...
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Son of missing kayaker grateful to SAR personnel
MERSING, Aug 14 — The son of Puah Geok Tin, a woman who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters on Aug 8, has thanked the search and rescue team for their hard work and dedication.
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Body of woman believed to be missing Singaporean kayaker found
MERSING: The body of a woman believed to be that of a Singaporean kayaker reported missing in Endau waters on Aug 8 was found in Kemaman waters today.
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Body believed to be that of missing Singapore kayaker found in Kemaman
MERSING, Aug 14 — The body of a woman believed to be that of a Singaporean kayaker reported missing in Endau waters on Aug 8 was found in Kemaman waters today.
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Search for two missing Singaporeans extended to Beserah waters
MERSING: The search-and-rescue operation (SAR) for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters, near here on Aug 8, has been widened to cover Beserah waters off Kuantan as it ente...
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Body believed to be one of two missing Singaporean kayakers found in Terengganu waters
JOHOR BARU: The authorities have found a body approximately five nautical miles off Kuala Kemaman in Terengganu, which they believe is that of one of the two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters near Mersing in Johor last week.
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Search for missing Singapore kayakers extended to Beserah waters
MERSING, Aug 14 — The search-and-rescue operation (SAR) for two Singaporeans who went missing while kayaking in Endau waters near here on August 8 has been widened to cover Beserah waters off Kuanta...
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Family members of missing Singaporean kayakers verify their personal belongings
MERSING - Family members of the two missing Singaporean kayakers verified the personal belongings of their loved ones on Wednesday (Aug 14) morning.
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Kayak belonging to two missing Singaporeans found
A kayak believed to belong to two missing Singaporeans in the waters of Mersing, was found by local fishermen in the waters of Tanjung Gelang, Kuantan, Pahang today.
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Kayak found 148km from where duo were last seen
A fisherman has found the green kayak of the two Singaporeans who went missing last Thursday around 80 nautical miles - or 148km - from their last reported location.
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Kayak found overturned off Kuantan
The kayak used by two Singaporeans who went missing off Mersing last Thursday was yesterday found by a fisherman about 150km north of where they were last seen.
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Family of missing Singaporean ‘trying to stay positive’ after kayak and belongings found, as search continues
SINGAPORE, Aug 13 — The kayak of two missing Singaporean kayakers has been found along with their belongings, about 160km from where they set off, the son of one of the pair said in an Instagram pos...
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Kayak belonging to two missing Singaporeans found
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): A kayak believed to belong to two missing Singaporeans, who went missing in the waters of Mersing, was found by local fishermen in the waters of Tanjung Gelang, Kuantan.
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