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Muhyiddin proud of Msians’ SOP compliance, cooperation in Covid-19 fight

KUALA LUMPUR: The Prime Minister said he was proud of all Malaysians for their cooperation in complying with standard operating procedures (SOPs) that resulted in the country reporting only one new Covid-19 case and zero local transmission on Wednesday. Tan Sri

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Missing man feared devoured by crocodile

KUCHING: A man reported missing is feared to have been attacked and devoured by a crocodile while tying up sago palm fronds at a river bank in Kampung Tampan, Pusa, some 170km from here, yesterday afternoon. Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department

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GPS backs Muhyiddin as country needs stable govt – Abang Johari

KUCHING: Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) will continue to support the Federal Government under Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s leadership as the country needs a stable government capable of weathering various ongoing challenges. Citing Covid-19 as one, GPS chairman and Sarawak

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POCA: JSPT takes public concern into account

KUALA LUMPUR: The Traffic Investigation and Enforcement Department will take into account the concern of the public over street gangs in considering the proposed use of the Prevention of Crime Act  (POCA) 1959 against organisers of illegal racing. Bukit Aman JSPT director

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Raju never regretted moving to Felda Chini

PEKAN: His heart was set on moving to Gugusan Felda Chini almost 33 years ago, and since then, A. Selvaraju, a settler in Felda Chini Timur 5 near here, has never regretted his decision to be part of the land development

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Ops Merpati: 24 illegal immigrants, a local skipper detained

KUALA LUMPUR: The 61st Royal Artillery Regiment (61 RAD) has detained 24 Indonesian illegal immigrants and a local skipper in an operations in the Tanjung Ayam area, Sungai Rengit, area in Johor, last night. According to a statement from the Malaysian

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Boat tragedy: Search for missing anglers enters fifth day

BACHOK: The search-and-rescue (SAR) operations to locate two missing anglers who are feared drowned after a boat carrying 20 people capsized following a storm about 10 nautical miles from the Kuala Kemasin Base Jetty, resumed at 7am today. Kelantan Malaysian Maritime

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Wild party: Police detain 19 in Tawau

TAWAU: Police arrested 19 individuals involved in a wild party at a house in Taman Nordin here, yesterday. Tawau district police chief ACP Peter Umbuas said the 11 men and eight women aged 21 to 31 were detained in an

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Re-opening of schools: July to be a busy month for students, teachers and parents

KUALA LUMPUR: After almost four months of not going to school and studying through home-based learning methods due to the Covid-19 pandemic, students will finally get to resume their studies in school mid this month. The suspense was in the

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Explosive-making factory damaged in blast

KUALA LUMPUR: A factory making explosives in Batu Arang, near here, was partly damaged in an explosion today. Gombak district police chief ACP Arifai Tarawe said the company’s security officer made a police report on the incident at 1.45 pm.

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