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LAST_UPDATETue, 20 Feb 2018 8am

Malaysia Will Be At Losing End If Indonesia Stops Sending Workers - Indonesian Media

JAKARTA -- Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s statement on the hope that the Indonesian government will not stop the sending of maids to Malaysia, is widely quoted by the Indonesian media today.

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Ijok Land Issue: Selangor BN, Settlers Lodge MACC Report Next Week

Datuk Dr Mohamed Satim Diman.

SEPANG -- The Selangor Barisan Nasional (BN) will lodge a report on the land issue in the mukim (sub-district) of Ijok to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) within a period of one week.

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More Action Needed To Stop EU's Palm Oil Ban

KUALA LUMPUR – More engagements, consultations and follow-up actions are needed to remove the European Union's (EU) threat to ban palm oil use in biofuels, said industry veteran Tan Sri Dr Yusof Basiron.

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Chinese Cop On Trial For Reckless Driving Found Dead In Kluang

KLUANG: A police officer from China, on trial here for causing death by reckless driving, was found dead in a house at Jalan Terubuk 3, Kahang, yesterday.

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Exotic Meat Demand On The Rise Despite Crackdown And Stiff Punishment

Pic: NSTPKUALA LUMPUR: Demand for exotic meat appears to be rising despite crackdown and stiff punishment, Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) said yesterday.

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Greater Things In Store For Langkawi With BN At Helm

Pic: BernamaLANGKAWI: Langkawi has always been one of the country's leading tourist destinations and during a visit here, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak vowed to take the resort island to greater heights while giving his assurance that the well-being of its residents will continue to be taken care of under the Barisan Nasional (BN) watch.

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'Lim Can Be Investigated Over Tunnel Issue'

GEORGETOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng may be hauled up before the Penang state assembly’s Committee of Privileges.

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RM3.2 Million Wavebreakers Bring Cheer To Langkawi Fishermen

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LANGKAWI: The construction of a brand new 100-metre wavebreaker at the Chenang jetty is set to bring cheer to the island’s fishing community.

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Female Security Guard Who Was Beaten Up Reaches Amicable Agreement With Assailant

GEORGE TOWN: The case where a female security guard was beaten up on the eve of Chinese New year has been resolved amicably between the two parties, and police consider the case solved.

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Korean Bride Gets A Taste Of 'Budu' At Traditional Kelantanese Wedding

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MACHANG: By most accounts, a traditional wedding in Kelantan would not be complete if the wedding feast did not include ‘budu’.

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