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LRT flasher jailed three years

4 September 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A man who performed a lewd act in front of a woman aboard the LRT was sentenced to three years' jail by the Magistrate's Court here.

Auditor-General, musician Ooi Eow Jin conferred Penang awards

4 September 2015

GEORGE TOWN: Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang and Malaysian musical maestro Ooi Eow Jin are among the 1,275 people who will be conferred state awards by the Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Abdul Rahman Abbas Saturday in conjunction with his 77th birthday.

Slavery a US$150bil scourge

4 September 2015

PUTRAJAYA: Slavery is a 'well-organised' US$150bil business with 35 million people being trapped in the industry, said Thomson Reuters Foundation chief executive Monique Villa.

Amnesty: No Arab Spring if people given freedom

4 September 2015

PUTRAJAYA: There will be no Arab Spring if people are given the freedom of expression and assemble, the international anti-corruption conference was told.

Webmaster nabbed for selling obscene animation to school students

4 September 2015

PETALING JAYA: The authorities have arrested a webmaster for online sales of obscene animation to school students for as low as RM2.

Parents of missing kids allegedly receive letter threatening expulsion from school

4 September 2015

PETALING JAYA: Parents of the missing orang asli children near Gua Musang, Kelantan, have apparently received a letter from their school stating that their children will be expelled if they do not return to school within 31 days.

Australia says confirmed MH370 wing part won't change search

4 September 2015

SYDNEY: Confirmation that a plane part that washed up on a remote island was from missing jet MH370 was useful but would not alter the search for the plane, Australian investigators said Friday.

KL police chief sings P. Ramlee classic in viral video

4 September 2015

PETALING JAYA: For one boy in blue, a stern demeanour comes hand-in-hand with the dulcet tones of a ballad-worthy voice.

Singaporean man nabbed for falsifying travel documents

4 September 2015

JOHOR BARU: A Singaporean man, believed to be in his 60s, has been nabbed by the state Immigration Department for falsifying visit passes and stickers on foreign passports.

Sabah reliant on IPPs for electricity

4 September 2015

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Electricity Sdn Bhd (SESB) is dependant on independent power producers (IPP) as the state utility firm is in no position to invest in new generation plants, the Energy, Green Technology and Water Ministry said Friday.

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Wife in ‘love cake’ relationship with ex, claims man

4 September 2015

A MAN in Ipoh claimed that his wife was now cheating on him after she had “black magic” cast on her from eating a birthday cake sent by a former beau, reported Harian Metro.

Rally fails to shake PM and Umno

4 September 2015

IT is more interesting to look at the phenomenon of Bersih 4 and its after events, rather than focusing on the happenings at the rally, according to a Sept 2 commentary by Sin Chew Daily’s deputy executive editor-in-chief Tay Tian Yan.

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Kota Baru river shellfish contaminated

3 September 2015

POISONOUS toxins usually linked with shellfish have been discovered in oysters and cockles in Sungai Geting, Kota Baru, reported Kosmo!

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