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LAST_UPDATEMon, 29 May 2017 11pm

Melaka-Based Macau Scam Syndicate Busted, 25 Foreigners Held

Pic: New Straits TimesMELAKA: Police have crippled a Macau scam syndicate on Friday following the arrest of 26 people at an upscale bungalow in Ayer Keroh.

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Another Dr Vida Beauty Product Banned By Health Ministry, Contains Poison

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry yesterday revealed a list of beauty products banned by the ministry following the National Pharmaceutical Regulatory Agency (NPRA) finding that several contained poisonous ingredients.

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The Star Editors At Home Ministry Over May 27 Front Page

PUTRAJAYA: Four editors of The Star appeared at the Home Ministry (KDN) today, believed to explain about its front page on May 27, which is deemed insensitive to the feelings of Muslims in this country.

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SPAD-UBER Discussions On Best Ways To Ensure Passengers' Safety And Comfort

KUCHING: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) and Uber are discussing on the best measures to take to ensure the safety and comfort of users of this taxi service.

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Meet The First Royal Malaysian Air Force Chief From East Malaysia, 'Apai'

General Datuk Seri iHaji Affendi Bin Buang. That is the name of the new Chief of the Royal Malaysian Air Force.

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Monoculture, Logging Causing Deforestation, Say Environmentalists

Pic: BernamaKUALA LUMPUR: With more forest reserves converted to monoculture farming, environmentalists are worried that the trend will not only destroy the forest ecology but also contribute to deforestation.

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M’sians Who Rely On Qiblah Mobile Apps Might Have Been Praying In The Wrong Direction

KUALA LUMPUR: It has been reported that majority of mobile applications have failed to provide a precise trajectory for the direction of Qiblah (the direction of the Kaaba in Mecca to which Muslims turn at prayer) – raising concern amongst Muslims.

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Corruption In Malacca: Senior Police Officer Released On MACC Bail

PUTRAJAYA: A senior officer from the Melaka Tengah District Police Headquarters who was remanded for seven days to assist investigation into a corruption case involving the collection of money from operators of illegal gambling centres and massage parlours around Malacca, was released today.

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Search For Labourer Who Fell Into River In Kapit Continues

SIBU: The search and rescue effort for a male labourer who fell into the Rajang River at the Kapit Passenger Express Boat Terminal yesterday is being continued today.

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Case Management Of Najib's Lawsuit Against Dr Ling On July 31

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here today set July 31 for case management of Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s libel suit against former MCA president Tun Dr Ling Liong Sik over an article published in a news portal two years ago.

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