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"What If The Audit Firm And The Police Don't Find Anything?", Blogger Asks About Probe Into Felda’s KLVC Project

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Mention Felda and most of us recall seeing the sensational headline recently claiming the company might lose its multimillion dollar land located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle.

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Parti Warisan Sabah VP Peter Anthony Gives Statement To MACC

Datuk Peter Anthony.

KOTA KINABALU – Parti Warisan Sabah vice-president Datuk Peter Anthony went to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission office here to give a statement in connection with an investigation into the purchase of an oil palm plantation valued at about RM155 million in the Tongod district of Sabah.

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Teen In Sarawak Goes Missing On Fishing Trip, Villager Spotted A Crocodile Pulling Him Into The River

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Who would have thought a fun fishing trip could turn out to be extremely tragic. In the backwaters of Betong, Sarawak, a 13-year-old boy surely did not expect this fishing trip to be his last.

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Floods Worsen In Terengganu; Pahang Gets Respite From Downpours

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KUALA TERENGGANU: Flooding in Terengganu worsened overnight due to heavy rain, with the number of evacuees rising to 2,025 people from 504 families as of 7am today.

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Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain In Most States Until Noon Friday

KUALA LUMPUR -- The thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong winds in many states in peninsular Malaysia are expected to persist until noon today, according to the Malaysian Meteorological Department.

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Body Of Baby Girl Found Stuffed In Backpack

KUALA LUMPUR -- An Indonesian angler found the body of a baby girl stuffed in a backpack with flies swarming around by the lakeside in Section 6, Kota Damansara, near here yesterday.

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262 Flood Victims Still At Five Relief Centres In Johor

JOHOR BAHRU -- A total of 262 flood victims from 76 families in Mersing and Segamat are still being housed at five temporary relief centres (PPS) this morning. 

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Penang Hit By Flash Floods After Non-Stop Overnight Rain

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BUTTERWORTH: Flash floods struck about 20 locations here following continuous overnight showers.

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Digitalisation A Threat To Jobs

Pic: theSunPETALING JAYA: The main cause of bank employees possibly losing their jobs this year could be due to digitalisation, said National Union of Bank Workers (Nube) secretary-general J. Solomon.

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Kuantan Mum Bashed By Druggie Son For Refusing Money Request

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KUANTAN: A single mother was brutally struck with a blunt object by her own son when she declined to give him money at their Felda Bukit Sagu 3 home here on Thursday.

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