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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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SAR operations extended to more than 400 nautical miles

KOTA BHARU: The search-and rescue (SAR) operations for three more missing victims in the capsized boat tragedy in the waters off Bachok enters its fourth day today and will be extended to 400 more square nautical miles from the scene

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US seeks to recover another US$96m in 1MDB-associated assets -statement

WASHINGTON: The US Department of Justice on Wednesday said it was seeking forfeiture of another US$96 million (RM411.7 million) in assets allegedly associated with the 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) international money-laundering conspiracy. The United States is seeking to reclaim assets including

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Number of Sabah flood victims remain at 36 this morning

KOTA KINABALU: The number of flood victims in Sabah still at a temporary evacuation centre (PPS) remain at 36 from eight families as of 8 a.m. today. A Sabah Disaster Management Committee statement said only one PPS in the Kota

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Chini by-election boosting local economy

PEKAN: The presence of huge numbers of people in the Chini state constituency during the campaign period of the by-election these last two weeks is a blessing to the local people. Other that the party members, security personnel and the

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BSH recipients can claim funeral expenses up to RM1,000

KOTA KINABALU: Recipients of the Bantuan Sara Hidup (BSH) aid can get funeral expenses assistance of up to RM1,000, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Abdul Rahim Bakri. He said claims can be made at the Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) office.

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PPMPM to provide 20,000 jobs as business resumes

PUCHONG: The wedding ceremony operators (PPMPM) is thankful to the government for taking their complaints seriously and allowing the wedding function to resume with new S.O.P. as it will provide more job opportunities. PPMPM president Puan Zarinah Mohideen welcomes the

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Pre-schools, kindergartens to open on Wednesday, preparations underway for the little ones

KUALA LUMPUR: With government and private kindergartens, pre-schools, nurseries and day-care centres scheduled to resume operations on Wednesday (July 1), parents must surely be busy making the final arrangements to send their little ones there after a three-month hiatus following

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