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LAST_UPDATETue, 30 May 2017 11am

Narcotics Department Of Section 15 Police Station Destroyed By Fire

SHAH ALAM: A single-storey building at the Section 15 Police Station, here which housed the Narcotics Department was badly destroyed in a fire early this morning.

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Dates With Cockroach Eggs Found Inside, Health Ministry Urges Caution

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The staple of Ramadhan month, most people will likely chew on one upon breaking fast but perhaps you should first make sure that it is safe to consume.

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Boy Sleeps With Earphone On, Plugged Into Mobile And Power Bank, Found Dead

FilepicMELAKA: A teenage boy, who fell asleep with his earphones on, which was plugged into his mobile phone that was charging, was found dead yesterday morning.

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SPAD Blamed After Uber Driver Robs Pregnant Passenger, Causing Her Miscarriage

The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) has been held accountable after a pregnant woman was robbed by an Uber driver, however the Commission has defended its position.

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MOE Approves Transfer Of 2,261 'Duka Lara' Teachers

KUALA NERANG: The Ministry of Education (MOE) approved a total of 2,261 requests for transfer involving ''duka lara'' (couple's separation issue) teachers of the total 6,636 applications received for the category, for the new school session starting next month.

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MIC Remains Committed To Contest In Buntong - Saravanan

IPOH: MIC will continue to lobby for the Buntong state assembly seat during the 14th General Election (GE14) as per a consensus reached by party leaders.

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Johor Lawmaker Fumes Over The Star; Urges Its Suspension Over Insensitive Front Page

JOHOR BARU: A Johor assemblyman has urged the government to suspend the publication of The Star newspaper following its controversial May 27 front page which had hurt the feelings of Muslims in the country.

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Ensure Compliance With Price Control Scheme, Traders Told

SIBU: Local traders must ensure that pink price tags for the 12 essential items gazetted under the Price Control Scheme for this year’s Gawai Dayak are conspicuously displayed.

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M'sian Man Who Sings 110 National Anthems Becomes Global Media Sensation

HONG KONG: Thean See Xien, 31, speaks only English and Bahasa Malaysia – but when he breaks into the Russian or French national anthems, or any of the other 110 national songs he knows, you’d mistake him for a native singer, if not a native speaker.

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Balik Kampung’ Rush Picks Up As Gawai Nears

Pic: TBPSIBU: With the Gawai Dayak celebration just around the corner, preparation for the festivities is picking up. The annual Gawai ‘balik kampung’ rush is surging to its peak as bus terminals and express wharfs here are swamped by people going back to their villages and longhouses to celebrate the harvest festival.

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