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Selangor cops make RM30mil black money bust

SHAH ALAM: A case involving a bank executive who was cheated out of RM400,000 by a charming “Swedish man” on Facebook led Selangor police to making its biggest black money bust.

Lawyer suffocates in attempt to rescue puppies from metre-deep hole

KOTA KINABALU: A 28-year-old lawyer who went to rescue a litter of puppies suffocated and died inside a hole in the ground near his house in Kg Pisang Babah in Penampang.

The Obama double in Malaysia

SUBANG JAYA: Iman Ishak, 25, is a lawyer who turns heads. His presence is distinct and noticeable. Around him people linger and whisper, until one day a man stood before him and bellowed “BARACK OBAMA!”.

Couple die after taking poison

MUAR: A couple died after both were suspected of consuming poison at their home in Bukit Gambir near here.

The top 10 movies featuring the US president

PETALING JAYA: The president of the United States is one of the most recognisable and well-known people in the world, a leader who holds great power and influence. Therefore, it is not at all surprising that the US president has been prominently featured in countless Hollywood movies.

Bukit Gelugor by-election set for May 25

PUTRAJAYA: The Election Commission (EC) has announced that the P51 Bukit Gelugor by-election will take place on May 25, following the death of its member of parliament Karpal Singh last Thursday.

TV series 'Indian Summers' to be shot in Penang

GEORGE TOWN: Penang has been chosen as the location for an international drama series following an extensive global search for a suitable site.

Underpass mishap

A crowd inspecting a lorry carrying frozen seafood supplies, which rammed into two cars at the underpass on Jalan Tunku Kudin in Gelugor, Penang.

More India visa centres to be opened

PETALING JAYA: Following many complaints over the Indian High Commission’s new ruling that required visa applicants to be present, seven more processing centres are set to be opened soon throughout Malaysia.

Chinese groups unite against hudud proposal

KUALA LUMPUR: Chinese guilds and associations are joining MCA in rejecting the proposal to implement hudud law in Kelantan.

A new approach

Striking a balance between defending our traditions and accepting new ideas is key to progress.

Lessons from rationing

It is time for consumers to take a hard look at water usage in their homes. The water crisis has compelled us not to take it for granted and to practise conservation.

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Jeddah residents jittery over spread of deadly MERS virus

JEDDAH (Reuters) - The first paper face masks appeared at check-in before the early morning flight from Saudi Arabia's capital Riyadh to Jeddah, where a sudden surge of infections of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) has alarmed some residents.

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Lessons from rationing

It is time for consumers to take a hard look at water usage in their homes. The water crisis has compelled us not to take it for granted and to practise conservation.

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Simon Dyson of England hits the ball out of the bunker on the eighth hole during the Abu Dhabi Golf championship January 16, 2014. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah
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  2. Firefly flight bound for Kota Baru forced to turn back
  3. When the world turns upside down
  4. The Obama double in Malaysia
  5. Malacca treasure no longer a myth
  6. Babysitter swings one-year-old - and kills her instead
  7. TV series 'Indian Summers' to be shot in Penang
  8. Couple die after taking poison
  9. Malaysian passport 9th best in the world
  10. Japanese oil tanker robbed, three crew believed kidnapped in dramatic dawn raid

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Let there be lights

Let there be lights

New spotlights and concrete walkways installed in Puchong neighbourhood for security

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