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Housewife loses RM1.5 million to ‘fake cop’ in phone scam
Seremban top cop advises public to always check with police to avoid being cheated.
Sarawak fully recovers from floods, 43 evacuees in Johor
Fivers in 4 states at danger levels, 17 roads close.
Bukit Aman detects over 400 impersonation scams last year
CCID director says 50 cases have been reported since January 1 resulting in losses of RM238,732.
A million Hindu devotees expected in Penang for Thaipusam
Board chairman pleas for public not to sully religious celebration, such as drinking alcohol or lighting firecrackers.
Petrol cause of arson at Ngeh’s residence
Perak top cop appeals to public with any information to contact investigating officer.
Maritime agency detains 28 attempting to breach territorial waters
Skipper, passengers have been detained under Anti-Trafficking in Persons, Anti-Smuggling of Migrants Act 2007.
Foreign man held over armed robbery probe
Arrest has been made following police report regarding cables which had been cut and stolen, involving RM6,000 in losses.
Anwar conveys condolences to family of Devaki Krishnan
PM says her contribution, sacrifices will be remembered forever.
Cops seize syabu worth RM240,000
Tawau police chief believes drugs for distribution to local market.
Lorry ploughs into 6 vehicles, one injured
Truck crashes into cars at traffic lights due to brake failure.
Terengganu assesses damages, losses caused by floods
State govt, Social Welfare Department coordinating appropriate assistance for affected people, says MB.
Labuan’s new power plant set for cabinet approval
DPM emphasises technical complexity of project, highlighting need for committee to address, finalise various issues.
DPM says Indian youths should be involved in high-tech TVET
Zahid emphasises importance of enhancing standard of living for group through education.
PM says not easy to investigate high profile figures
We want to protect this country, don’t let them steal the people’s wealth, Anwar says.
Residents shocked by partial skeletal remains discovery
Locals have not noticed anything suspicious happening at the area.
Sarawak premier says appointment of new governor is Agong’s prerogative
Abang Johari also declines comment on reports that Wan Junaidi Jaafar had resigned as Dewan Negara president.
Woman loses half million to scammer posing as brother
Police chief advises public not to easily believe any message, phone call from an unknown number.
Cops nab 2 men for attempted smuggling
Suspects als positive for methamphetamine, says Tanah Merah police chief.
DPM gives 2 ministries 2 weeks to solve Sabah water woes
Fadillah visits site to see, understand issues affecting state, especially in Tuaran.
2,095 agro-food crop sector farmers affected
Agriculture Dept will help to reduce losses during monsoon season, says deputy minister.
Govt to retarget subsidies in phases
Among improvements is to raise amount, expand assistance to larger target group, says minister.
Bersih says ‘no DNAA’ to graft cases involving politicians
If it continues to be granted, people’s trust in public institution will be eroded, says group.
Works Ministry approves RM113 million for road, slope maintenance
Allocation breakdown includes 4 badly affected states with the remaining sum allocated to several other states.
Indian community not marginalised, says deputy minister
Saraswathy says approach in assisting is ‘need-based’, introduction of Padu ensures this is achieved.