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Affin Hwang Capital downgrades LPI Capital, cuts target to RM15.90
KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 16): Affin Hwang Capital Research has downgraded LPI Capital Bhd to “Hold” at RM15.48 with a lower target price of RM15.90 (from RM18.90) and said LPI Capital’s 9M19 net profit...
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All-electric Uniti One city car launched in the UK
LONDON: The all-electric Uniti One three-seat compact city car, which has a 300km travel range, is priced from 15,100 pounds (RM79,529) in the UK, including government subsidy.
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‘Khazanah sales proceeds not used to repay govt debts’
PROCEEDS from the disposal of Khazanah Nasional Bhd’s shares and assets are not used to pay government debts, says Datuk Seri Azmin Ali.
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Nurse scammed of RM10k after 'Polish' man promised cash to purchase car
KUANTAN (Bernama): A nurse in Raub lost RM10,300 after being cheated by a love scam syndicate.
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Malaysia’s first ‘ethical’ job agency targets modern slavery
KUALA LUMPUR: A recruitment agency behind a pioneering “ethical” hiring model has called for an industry overhaul to tackle debt bondage among migrant workers and end modern slavery in Malaysia.
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Former 1MDB CEO did not blame Najib over scandal, court hears
KUALA LUMPUR: A witness told the High Court that he did not blame former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak over the scandal involving 1Malaysia...
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Three arrested, drugs worth nearly RM500,000 seized in biggest Sarawak drug haul
Dev Kumar (second left) showing reporters the drugs seized from the suspects.
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Budget 2020: Cuepacs calls for higher individual income tax relief
KOTA KINABALU: The Congress of Unions of Employees in the Public and Civil Services (Cuepacs) has urged the government to increase the individual income tax relief rate from RM9,000 to RM18,000 due to...
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Blue chips end at lowest in four years despite Tenaga's gains
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended Friday at a four-year closing low on sustained foreign selling, mirroring the weaker key Asian markets except China which bucked...
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Couple charged with giving projects worth RM18k to family member
JOHOR BARU: A couple claimed trial upon being charged in court here for misusing their power as lecturers in a public university to award contracts to their family.
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Condom deliveryman sued over pregnancy
A WOMAN from Suzhou province in China has blamed a condom deliveryman who arrived eight minutes later than promised and is suing him for 30,000 yuan (RM18,000), reported China Press.
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Johor Customs seizes liquor worth RM100,000
JOHOR BARU: A bid to smuggle more than 2,000 bottles of liquor worth over RM100,000 through a foreign-registered ship was foiled when the Johor Customs...
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Police put brakes on illegal street racing in Penampang, seize 17 cars
PENAMPANG, Sept 23 — Two car drivers in their 20s were arrested for using Jalan Pintas here as their racetrack, while their vehicles and 15 other cars were seized in a joint operation conducted by t...
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Johor Customs, MMEA seize RM110,000 of contraband liquor in joint ops
JOHOR BARU, Sept 23 — The Johor Customs Department and the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) confiscated 2,172 bottles of contraband liquor worth RM113,820 from a barge in waters off Peng...
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Johor Customs seizes more than RM135,000 in contraband in two ops
JOHOR BARU: The Customs Department here seized contraband worth more than RM135,000 in two separate operations.
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Cheated. Yet again. Again. Always. Sigh.
Every time I see someone drawing some numbers on a piece of A4 paper to someone else in a food court, I always wonder if thats another scam case.
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Under attack, Penang govt insists still has lowest assessment rates after review
GEORGE TOWN, Sept 13 — Penang's assessment rates for properties in the whole state are still among the lowest in the country even after it they are reviewed, state exco Jagdeep Singh Deo said.
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Businessman and grab driver suffer huge losses in investment fraud
KEPALA BATAS, Sept 10 — A businessman suffered a loss of RM181,209 after he became a victim of a fraudulent investment syndicate in Butterworth, near here last Thursday.
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In Johor, Forest City set to deliver 20,000 units to China, other buyers this year
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 — The Forest City development in Johor’s Iskandar region is expected to deliver over 20,000 units to buyers this year, saying previous concerns prompted by the prime minister...
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CPO futures to trade RM2,180 to RM2,250 per tonne
KUALA LUMPUR: The crude palm oil (CPO) futures contract on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives is likely to trade sideways with an upward bias of between RM2,180 and...
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Some RM19,000 worth of candy containing controlled drug seized
KUALA LUMPUR: Nineteen raids have been carried out in the Klang Valley this year against those who manufacture, distribute and sell Hamer Ginseng & Coffee Candy, which...
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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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Police arrest 100 Chinese nationals in operation against online gambling (Updated)
KUALA LUMPUR: An illegal online gambling syndicate made up of Chinese nationals which had been operating from rented bungalows in a plush residential area in Mon’t Kiara was busted by police yesterd...
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EPF now lets you invest in unit trust funds directly via i-Akaun portal
To make it easier to diversify retirement savings, Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has launched its i-Invest platform which allows its members to invest in unit trust funds with their EPF savings.
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Not ‘the happiest place on Earth’
MICKEY Mouse, Donald Duck, Snow White, Belle, Peter Pan, Buzz Lightyear, Aladdin and the Genie are not just Disney characters.
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Residents cry foul over poor HDC services
A group photo taken during the campaign.
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MCMC working with police on ‘Netflix murah’ syndicate claim
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is cooperating with the police and Netflix over the purported existence of syndicates selling usernames and passwords for h...
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Malaysian consumers find something 'fishy' over high price of food items
PETALING JAYA - Amid the ongoing issues, consumers are finding something "fishy" about the high price of food items.
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XingHe hopes for second time lucky
AFTER a false start, China-based edible oil producer XingHe Holdings Bhd will finally be embarking on its first venture outside the Chinese mainland by acquiring a prawn farm in Tawau, Sabah, for RM10...
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Forest Dept confiscates lorry transporting unmarked sawn timber
The timber-laden lorry which was intercepted at Simpang Tondong during the SFC operation on Sunday.
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Netflix probing claims of illegal ‘RM10’ accounts
PETALING JAYA: Netflix says it is probing claims that scores of accounts are being hacked with syndicates selling usernames and passwords for only a fraction of the monthly subscription fee.
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GALLERY: Volvo XC60 T8 with optional accessories
If you want to spruce up your Volvo XC60, there are a range of optional accessories available for the SUV model being offered by Volvo Cars Malaysia.
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Three men charged with CBT, cheating in Labuan
LABUAN: Three men were separately charged in the magistrate’s court here today with criminal breach of trust (CBT) and cheating, amounting to RM223,825.50. The first case involved a staff of Presti...
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Cops: Parcel scam victims in Sarawak conned of almost RM3mil this year alone
SIBU: Despite constant advice from the police, the number of people in the state conned in parcel scams remains high, with a total of 57 cases and losses amounting to a total RM2.8mil from Jan 1 to July 28 this year.
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Housewife loses RM3,000 to parcel scam
Supt. Mustafa Kamal Gani Abdullah – Bernama file photo KUCHING: A housewife lost RM3,000 to a parcel scam after she was tricked by a social media friend who was said to deliver ‘a gift parcel and...
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Sabah agricultural action plan to boost income of farmers, landowners
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Agricultural Development Action Plan to be launched next month will focus on boosting the income of farmers and landowners through the planting of strategic crops and a govern...
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Late selling of Petronas Gas, Sime trims KLCI's hard-earned gains
KUALA LUMPUR: Late selling of Petronas Gas and Sime Darby trimmed the FBM KLCI's gains amid a firmer broader market on Tuesday but trading value perked up compared with recent days.
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Nurse loses RM18,000 in Macau scam
KUANTAN: A nurse was made RM18,000 poorer after falling prey to a Macau scam syndicate here yesterday.
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Nurse loses RM18,000 in Macau scam
KUANTAN, July 23 ― A nurse was made RM18,000 poorer after falling prey to a Macau scam syndicate here yesterday.
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Nurse poorer by RM18k after being scammed over the phone
KUANTAN (Bernama): A nurse was made RM18,000 poorer after falling prey to a phone scam syndicate here on Monday (July 22).
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Sony announces new 61-megapixel full-frame camera
Sony's latest addition to its Alpha-7R series is what it calls the world's first 61-megapixel full-frame system camera.
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Woman loses RM18,000 to help detained ‘friend’
KUANTAN: A 63-year-old woman was cheated of RM18,000 after she was duped into helping a businessman friend purportedly detained by the Immigration Department.
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Elderly woman duped by online acquaintance
KUANTAN: A 63-year-old woman was cheated of RM18,000 when she tried to help a friend purportedly detained by the Immigration Department.
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Elderly woman duped by online acquaintance
KUANTAN: A 63-year-old woman was cheated of RM18,000 when she tried to help a friend purportedly detained by the Immigration Department.
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Pahang woman, 63, cheated of RM18,000 ‘bail’ for online friend
KUANTAN: A 63-year-old woman was cheated of RM18,000 when she tried to help a man she befriended on social media who claimed he had been detained by the Immigration Department.
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Elderly woman duped by online acquaintance
KUANTAN (Bernama): A 63-year-old woman was cheated of RM18,000 when she tried to help a friend purportedly detained by the Immigration Department.
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Primary school teacher hounded by loan shark
KUANTAN: A 39-year-old female school teacher who borrowed money from a loan shark two years ago found printed material bearing her picture accompanied by humiliating words, displayed in an area near h...
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Primary school teacher hounded by loan shark
KUANTAN: A 39-year-old female school teacher, who borrowed money from a loan shark two years ago, found printed material bearing her picture, accompanied by humiliating words, displayed in an area nea...
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Netflix to roll out cheaper mobile-only plan in India
Netflix Inc said on July 17 it would roll out a lower-priced mobile-only plan in India, tapping into a price-sensitive market where data consumption on smartphones is surging.
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Ah long use foreign numbers
KUALA LUMPUR: Loan sharks are using foreign mobile phone numbers to harass their targets as they believe it can slow down the process of tracing them, says MCA Public Services and Complaints Department chief Datuk Seri Michael Chong.
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Ah Long now spoofing long-distance calls to threaten victims
KUALA LUMPUR: Loan sharks are using foreign mobile numbers to send intimidating messages to victims.
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I feel 'defended' by PAC report, says Najib
KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): Former Premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak feels "defended" by the findings presented in the recently released Public Accounts Committee (PAC)' s report on the RM19.4 billion in goo...
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Beware of ‘coloured’ chicken
PETALING JAYA: A group of free range or ayam kampung breeders have cautioned Malaysians about the prevalence of ‘fake’ ayam kampung, which are sold at cheaper prices to lure buyers.
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KL e-hailing riders lament fare hike
KUALA LUMPUR: Though the time frame for e-hailing drivers to obtain the Public Service Vehicle (PSV) licence has been extended for another three months from Friday, some e-hailing passengers in Klang ...
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Amid cautious market, UWC shines on trading debut
KUALA LUMPUR: Integrated engineering supporting services provider, UWC Bhd hogged the limelight on Bursa Malaysia during its trading debut on Wednesday amid a cautious broader market
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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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RessQ60min sends car technicians to you 24/7
KUALA LUMPUR: With mobile car service technicians, RessQ60min aims to ease the life of car owners by offering 24-hour onsite normal and emergency car servicing.
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KPDNHEP: Minimal price difference between cement sold in S’wak, Peninsular M’sia
Hanizam (centre) speaking to reporters on cement prices at the retailers’ level after conducting an inspection in Kuching today.
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In Singapore, ERP is dead... long live ERP
JUNE 23 — Fantastic news, Singaporeans!
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JJPTR founder returns with new platform
CONTROVERSIAL investment scheme JJ Poor to Rich (JJPTR) founder Johnson Lee is trying to make a comeback via a new platform.
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Student loses RM19,000 to investment scam via WhatsApp
KEPALA BATAS: A male student of a private college has lost RM18,983 after being cheated by a bogus investment syndicate promising ludicrous returns in one week.
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Drunk man who caused death of nasi lemak seller remanded for four days
KEPALA BATAS: A man who was arrested after the car he was driving ploughed through a nasi lemak stall, killing the seller and injuring her husband at Jalan Bertam Indah, here yesterday has been remand...
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Hong Leong Wise Card revamp: 8pc weekend cashback on all categories
JUNE 17 —Hong Leong Bank has revamped its popular Hong Leong Wise cashback credit card, thoroughly changing the way it offers cashback.
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Tenaga, Petronas stocks provide support to KLCI
KUALA LUMPUR: Some buying of Tenaga Nasional and Petronas-linked stocks help support the cautious FBM KLCI early Monday while key Asian markets traded cautiously.
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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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171 Maximum Price Control Scheme offences recorded nationwide
IPOH: A total of 171 offences had been committed under the 2019 Festive Season Maximum Price Control Scheme since it was launched on May 21 up to yesterday.
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Enforcers record 171 offences nationwide in current festive price control scheme
IPOH (Bernama): A total of 171 offences have been committed under the 2019 Festive Season Maximum Price Control Scheme since it was launched on May 21 until Monday (June 3).
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Police bust drug syndicate, seize RM16.49m worth of drugs
KAJANG: Police seized drugs worth RM16.49 million and arrested three local men in a raid at a drug processing lab in Kajang between 5.20pm and 9.45pm, two days ago.
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Malaysia police bust syndicate, seize RM16.5 million worth of drugs
KAJANG: Malaysia police on Wednesday (May 29) seized drugs worth RM16.5 million (US$3.9 million) and arrested three men after it raided a drug processing lab in Selangor.
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Newly crowned Harvest Queen wants to become an educator
KOTA KINABALU: Newly crowned Unduk Ngadau (Harvest Queen) Francisca Ester Nain is hoping to become an educator teaching the native Kadazandusun language.
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Francisca Ester crowned 2019 Harvest Queen in Kota Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Karambunai's Francisca Ester Nain is the 2019 Unduk Ngadau (Harvest Queen).
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Balik kampung? Tell the cops
JOHOR BARU: With the coming Hari Raya exodus, many homes will be left empty.
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Gang leader turns out to be a sacked cop
KUALA LUMPUR: A former policeman turned to organised crime and became a gang leader after being sacked from the force.
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Johor police seize assortment of drugs, arrest 275 in Aidilfitri Ops
JOHOR BARU: Police seized an assortment of illicit drugs amounting to 625.98g and valued more than RM18,000 in raids throughout Johor between May 19 and May 25.
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Johor cops arrest 275 suspects for drugs in 147 raids
JOHOR BAHRU (Bernama): The police have arrested 275 people in 147 raids for drug offences during "Ops Pemutihan" in the run-up to Hari Raya Aidilfitri, says Johor Police Chief Datuk Mohd Khalil Kader Mohd.
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Ex-policeman among four held for extortion
KUALA LUMPUR: Police have detained four men including a former policeman for extortion and involvement with underworld gangs.
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Former cop among four gangsters nabbed for extortion
KUALA LUMPUR: A former policeman was among four gangsters nabbed for extorting a businessman in Banting.
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How Singapore researchers 3D-printed a bathroom unit in 12 hours
SINGAPORE, May 23 — Bathrooms of future homes in Singapore could be built more quickly, thanks to 3D printing.
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Stop it! Japan anti-groper app becomes smash hit
A Tokyo police smartphone app to scare off molesters has become a smash hit in Japan, where women have long run the gauntlet of groping on packed rush-hour trains.
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Police seize fireworks from man who stashed stock in Mersing hotel storeroom
MERSING: The police have seized a cache of fireworks stashed in hotel storeroom here and arrested a 30-year-old man here.
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MAA sees higher vehicle sales in May
PETALING JAYA: Vehicle sales for this month are expected to be higher than in April, boosted by the Hari Raya festive season promotional campaign, said Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA).
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Check out these exclusive Raya deals by Naza Automotive Group!
From the start of the fasting month until the end of June, Naza Automotive Group is offering all sorts of deals to help you realise your dream of making your relatives jealous – with a new car!
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Naza Automotive Group offers exclusive deals this Raya
KUALA LUMPUR: With Raya festivities just around the corner, Naza Automotive Group is offering exclusive deals for the entire Ramadan month until the end of June.
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Naza Announces Raya Promo For Kia and Peugeot, Savings Up To RM 18,000
Naza Automotive Group has announced that it is offering exclusive deals for Kia and Peugeot from now until the end of June.
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Govt paid Najib over RM1 million after fall from power, court told
KUALA LUMPUR: Najib Razak received over RM1 million as special payment from the government following his fall from power in May last year, the High Court hearing his money laundering and criminal brea...
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Boost launches RM2.5 mil Super Shake campaign
KUALA LUMPUR (April 29): Boost, a homegrown e-wallet app developed by Axiata Digital Services, has launched its Super Shake campaign for users to win various prizes worth RM2.5 million during this Ram...
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Sony's latest TVs range in price from US$650 to US$70,000
On April 22, Sony announced the pricing of the flagship Master Series televisions as well as that of its new LCD and OLED models originally revealed at CES earlier this year.
Sony | OLED | US | LCD | Master Series | CES | X800G | HDR | A9G TVs | X850 4K HDR TV | Master segment | TVs | 4K OLED | 65in | 4K | Calibrated Mode | Z9G | Z9G | OLED A8G | X-Wide Angle | X950 | Netflix | IMAX Enhanced | TVs | LED | Acoustic Surface Audio+ | MSRP | X-Motion Clarity | 3 | 500 | 8K | 33 million | 038 | 55 | 2 | 500 | 449 | 65 | 13 | 000 | 65 | 1 | 400 | 85 | 5 | 000 | 3 | 500 | 85 | 580 | 55 | 3 | 500 | 75 | 55 | 85 | 2 | 200 | 3 | 500 | 325 | 8 | 000 | 13 | 000 | 4K | 686 | 087 | 65 | RM53 | 686 | US$3 | 500 | RM20 | 651 | US$5 | 000 | US$3 | 500 | RM10 | 325 | US$2 | 500 | RM289 | 084 | US$70 | 000 | US$2 | 200 | US$13 | 000 | RM33 | 038 | US$8 | 000 | RM18 | 580 | US$4 | 500 | RM14 | 449 | US$3 | 500 | April 22 | 77 | 4K | 4K | 22 | 4 | 500 | 783 | 4K | 651 | 70 | 000 | 4K | 084 | US$13 | 000 | US$3 | 500 | RM5 | 783 | US$1 | 400 | RM9 | 087
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Policeman jailed, fined for misuse of PDRM’s petrol indent card
MALACCA: A police lance corporal was sentenced to a total of four years and eight months jail, seven strokes of the cane and a fine, totaling RM92,000, by the sessions court here today for seven count...
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Cop who misused police petrol card for RM90,000 jailed
MELAKA: A police lance corporal was sentenced to a total of four years and eight months jail, seven strokes of the cane and fined RM92,000 by the Sessions Court here today for seven counts of misuse o...
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Govt won't evict PPR tenants with rent arrears — Khalid
KUALA LUMPUR (April 17): Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad yesterday stressed that there is no attempt to evict tenants of the People’s Housing Project (PPR) even if they have accumula...
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Govt won't evict PPR tenants with rent arrears — Khalid
KUALA LUMPUR (April 16): Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today stressed that there is no attempt to evict tenants of the People’s Housing Project (PPR) even if they have accumulated ...
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FT Ministry not looking to evict PPR residents behind on rent
Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today stressed that there is no attempt to evict tenants of People’s Housing Projects (PPR), even if they accumulate high rent arrears.
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Govt won’t evict PPR tenants over rent arrears, says FT minister
KUALA LUMPUR, April 16 — Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today stressed that there is no attempt to evict tenants of the People’s Housing Project (PPR) even if they have accumulat...
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Govt won’t evict PPR tenants with rent arrears: Khalid
KUALA LUMPUR: Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad today stressed that there is no attempt to evict tenants of the People’s Housing Project (PPR) even if they have accumulated high rent a...
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Water flows again at Sabah teachers’ quarters after month of dry taps
KOTA KINABALU: More than 1,000 residents at a teachers’ quarters in Bukit Padang here can finally heave a sigh of relief after the government agreed to temporarily provide them with free water suppl...
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F60 MINI Cooper S Countryman Pure launched – from RM229k; PHEV model gets RM18k Wired Package
MINI Malaysia has announced updates for its F60 MINI Countryman line-up in Malaysia, which sees the introduction of a new Cooper S Countryman Pure variant.
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MINI Countryman gains new entry-level “Pure” variant, RM20k cheaper
MINI Malaysia has just introduced two new variants for their locally assembled MINI Countryman range, the MINI Countryman Plug-In Hybrid Wired and MINI Cooper S Countryman Pure.
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MINI Malaysia launches Countryman PHEV Wired and Cooper S Countryman Pure
KUALA LUMPUR: MINI Malaysia has launched new variants for the ultimate all-rounder Countryman and its first plug-in hybrid model.
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Penang bus operators change pick-up points to outside terminal to avoid touts
GEORGE TOWN (April 5): About 15 express bus operators who have been affected by touting activities at the Sungai Nibong Bus Terminal near here, will start picking up their passengers outside the te...
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Penang bus operators cry foul over ‘touts’ at terminal
GEORGE TOWN: A group of express bus operators here claim they have been “terrorised” by touts demanding a commission for every ticket sold over the past two years.
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