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Online and mobile banking also at risk

PETALING JAYA: The automated teller machine (ATM) hacks at 18 ATMs so far are just the “tip of the iceberg” when it comes to the damage cyber crooks can unleash on Malaysia’s financial institutions.

Back together: Shalwati posing with  Azizul after arriving at the KLIA

Mum jailed in Sweden returns home

SEPANG: A Malaysian mother who was jailed in a child abuse case in Sweden is now looking forward to resuming her teaching career.

Be wary: Take safety precautions so that you do not fall victim to crooks during banking transactions.

‘Online banking systems more secure’

PETALING JAYA: Online banking systems are more secure than automated teller machines and they are almost impossible to hack, an expert said.

Stranded: An aerial view of the cars submerged in water at a carpark in Wisma UOA, Jalan Pinang.

90-minute downpour causes massive traffic chaos

KUALA LUMPUR: In another round of torrential downpour yesterday, several parts of the city came to a standstill because of flash floods. The one and a half hour downpour that ended at about 6pm caught many city folk off-guard.

Mad rush: Motorists queuing up for fuel in Kuala Lumpur ahead of the price hike.

Govt still subsidising over RM21bil

PETALING JAYA: The Government still needs to spend over RM21bil to subsidise RON95, diesel and liquid petroleum gas (LPG) this year despite reducing the subsidy.

Bottled drugs: Supt Abdul Rahim (right) showing one of the liquid drugs seized during the raid at a press conference at the Kepayan Police Headquarters in Kota Kinabalu.

New drug mix found in condo

KOTA KINABALU: A new drug concoction was among the various types of illegal substances seized from a Sarawakian salesman during a raid at a condominium here.

Susanna Goho-Quek with one of the paintings featuring embroidery pieces from old Chinese opera costumes, entitled "Fiery Fields".

Mixing old with new

ARTIST Susanna Goho-Quek’s paintbrush has led her on a rollercoaster of experiences and emotions throughout a career that spans about three decades.

Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai (fourth from right) and other VVIPs walking up a hill in a symbolic gesture to mark the Double Ninth Festival at Nirvana Memorial Garden in Semenyih on Sept 28, 2014. With him are (from left) NV Multi Asia Group chairman Datuk Fu Ah Kiow, who is also Star Publications (M) Bhd chairman; NV Multi Asia Group founder Datuk Kong Hon Kong; Chinaâ¿TMs Embassy to Malaysia consular affairs counsellor Gong Chunsen; Malaysia Huaxia Civilisation Association president Tan Chin Kian and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia Overseas Compatriot Division chief Lin Wei-teh. 28 Sept 2014 CHAN TAK KONG/The Star

A day of filial piety

The importance of filial piety was emphasised at the Double Ninth Festival celebration at Nirvana Memorial Garden in Semenyih recently.

Vincent Tan still believes in Cardiff but could sell the club too

LONDON: Malaysian billionaire Vincent Tan has said he would not have got involved in Cardiff City if he had foreseen the problems that confronted him but is convinced the story can have a happy ending.

Tanjung Offshore’s deal with Bourbon likely to be done only next year

PETALING JAYA: Tanjung Offshore Bhd, which is attempting to return to the offshore services vessel (OSV) market, will take a longer time than expected to secure its new business stream.

Detachable rubber stamps still on sale from Yong's Polycone heydays proves good ideas do last.

Stamping an idea

RM200,000. That was how much Bugs Tan, the inventor of a lightweight anti-slip galvanised steel grating system invested in his idea.

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