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Singer pleads for time to explain about affair

13 February 2016

ADELINE JOYCE Masidah has asked for time to explain her alleged relationship with a married man, reported Harian Metro.

Woman can’t register baby with hubby’s surname

13 February 2016

A WOMAN could not register her newborn baby using her husband’s surname on the birth certificate as her husband, who works in London as a chef, could not be present at the National Registration Department, Sin Chew Daily reported.

Report lodged against mum

13 February 2016

TWELVE teachers from a Tamil school in Sungai Petani, Kedah have lodged a joint police report against a parent who slapped a teacher, Makkal Osai reported.

Sabah Wildlife not connected to wildlife-themed sports events

13 February 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Those participating in wildlife-themed sports events such as the Sun Bear Run on Feb 28, should be aware that none of the proceeds from such events go towards environmental conservation purposes.

Chat time: Mohammad Hamdan (second from left) and Nordin (left) sharing a joke with fellow firemen at the event.

Malaysians must adopt self-inspection practice on buildings, says Hamdan

13 February 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Malaysians should adopt a self-inspection practice on private and commercial buildings, said Fire and Rescue Department assistant director-general (training division) Mohammad Hamdan Wahid.

People’s favourite: Adenan crooning a number during the Chinese New Year event in Sibu.

Adenan tops the chart by raising RM1.39m in donation

13 February 2016

SIBU: Even the Chief Minister has to literally sing for his supper.

First-class upgrades: Senior cardiologist Datuk Dr Sim Kui Hian (second from right) showing Subramaniam the new facilities at the Heart Centre.

Petra Jaya Hospital in Kuching to be specialised institution for women and children

13 February 2016

KOTA SAMARAHAN: The Health Ministry has proposed that the new Petra Jaya Hospital, now under construction here, be turned into a women and children’s hospital when completed.

Dengue fever cases still high in Selangor

13 February 2016

KLANG: Reported cases of dengue fever in Selangor are still high and there is no indication that the numbers will be decreasing soon.

Cabbie said to have driven Najadi killer freed

13 February 2016

PUTRAJAYA: The taxi driver who allegedly ferried the killer of Arab-Malaysian Development Bank founder Hussain Ahmad Najadi is now a free man.

Magistrate injured in three-car pile-up

13 February 2016

KAJANG: A magistrate was injured in a three-car pile-up along the Grand Saga highway, while travelling to work.

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Nasi lemak spider-man a super hit

12 February 2016

KOTA BARU’s Spider-man has become a star, both in social media and in real life, reported Berita Harian. The city’s Spider-man, however, sells nasi lemak rather than fight crime.

Couple slap teacher and upload video of incident

12 February 2016

A COUPLE in Sungai Petani, Kedah apparently slapped a teacher of a Tamil school and uploaded a video of the incident on social media, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Girl who was ‘sold’ reunited with family

12 February 2016

AFTER spending over a month at a child protection home, Angie Tiong – who was nearly “sold” by her suspected drug addict father – has been reunited with her family.

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