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Selangor cops make RM30mil black money bust

24 April 2014

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.

Sarawak to assist in paying Wong Ho Leng's medical bills, says CM Adenan

24 April 2014

KUCHING: In a move that is sure to surprise, Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem announced that Sarawak will "assist in paying" the medical costs incurred by cancer-stricken former Opposition leader Wong Ho Leng.

MH370: Searchers face tough choices after seven fruitless weeks

24 April 2014

SYDNEY: Searchers for missing Flight MH370 face tough choices on how to proceed after almost seven fruitless weeks, with only a fraction of a deep-sea zone still left to be scanned.

PKR expects 38 percent turnout for national polls

24 April 2014

PETALING JAYA: PKR expects a 38% turn out for its national elections from Saturday to May 11.

Anwar files appeal, claims court was misdirected

24 April 2014

PUTRAJAYA: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim has contended that the Court of Appeal judges had misdirected themselves in deciding that “Male Y” DNA in his sodomy case was his.

Pahang MB: No plans to give firearms to all enforcement officers

24 April 2014

KUANTAN: The Pahang state government has no plans to supply enforcement officers with firearms even though there have been proposals mooted after the shooting dead of Pahang Islamic Religious Department enforcement chief Ahmad Rafli Abdul Malek last year.

Cops’ leave frozen in preparation for Bukit Gelugor by-election

24 April 2014

GEORGE TOWN: Some 6,000 policemen in Penang will have their leave frozen until further notice in preparation for the Bukit Gelugor by-election.

Cops nab man who shot policemen

24 April 2014

SHAH ALAM: Police have nabbed the man who is believed to have shot two officers a fortnight ago in Pandan Indah, during a raid in Ipoh on Wednesday.

Government never rejected hudud, says Najib

24 April 2014

ALOR SETAR: The Federal Government has never rejected the implementation of hudud. However, there are loopholes and shortcoming that need to be addressed before the law can be implemented in Malaysia, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

EC sets May 25 for Bukit Gelugor by-election

24 April 2014

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.

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Imitation fragrances find way into shopping malls

24 April 2014

BEWARE! Imitation fragrances that are usually sold at pasar malam (night markets) have found their way into well-known shopping malls, Berita Harian warned in an exclusive report.

Man collects 5,000 bras in bid to set up display centre

24 April 2014

A MAN collected over 5,000 bras in 20 years in his bid to build a centre to display his collection, Guang Ming Daily reported.

Woman flees from husband

23 April 2014

A WOMAN ran away from home with her baby after she could not stand being forced by her husband to sleep with other men to help pay his gambling debts, China Press reported.

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