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Woman in viral video charged with committing mischief

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: A woman who was captured on video, allegedly while harrassing her neighbour, was charged in a Magistrate's Court here for committing mischief by damaging her neighbour's property causing a RM5,000 losses four days ago.

Najib: Malaysia condemns Pakistan school massacre

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia strongly condemns the attack on the Army School and Degree College in Peshwar, Pakistan on Tuesday, which took the lives of 141 people and is willing to support the country in its peace-building efforts.

BFM: NGOs' report against staff filled with inaccuracies, not related to Reza Aslan

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: The police report lodged by NGOs against five producers and presenters of BFM89.9 on Thursday are not related to the radio station’s 2013 Reza Aslan broadcast.

More homes turning to electric fencing for security

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: Approximately 170 homes in the Klang Valley stand ready to give would-be thieves a real shock should they try to break in - with more homes opting to install electric fences as deterrents to potential home intruders.

Police: Man accused of raping stepdaughter, may have sodomised daughter too

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: The 34-year-old unemployed man accused of raping his 12-year-old stepdaughter for nearly a year also allegedly sodomised his four-year-old daughter too.

Man who raped underage stepdaughter gets 12 years' jail, eight strokes

19 December 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: A scrap-metal worker, who raped his 12-year-old stepdaughter repeatedly over a year, was sentenced by the Ampang court to 12 years' jail and eight strokes of the cane.

Finance Ministry: GST for certain banking services

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: Bank customers will have to pay extra for certain banking services once the Goods and Service Tax (GST) is implemented on April 1.

Ceiling prices for 12 controlled items during Christmas period

19 December 2014

SRI AMAN: The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry has announced the ceiling price for 12 controlled items under the Christmas Festival Price Control Scheme, which will be enforced for five days beginning Dec 23.

Brand new home, brighter future for Bangsa Ria centre

19 December 2014

PETALING JAYA: The future looks brighter for residents of Bangsa Ria day care centre for children with special needs now that they moved into a new neighbourhood in Section 17 in September.

Aussie mother charged with trafficking 1.5kg of meth

19 December 2014

SEPANG: An Australian woman was charged in the Sessions Court here with trafficking in 1.5kg of methamphetamine early this month.

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Teen couple allowed to marry

19 December 2014

THE Johor Religious Department has given its consent to the marriage of a teenage couple, saying they had earlier sought official permission from the Syariah Court.

Heartbroken father disowns debt-ridden daughter

19 December 2014

A HEARTBROKEN father was forced to disown his daughter after helping to settle her debts with his life savings.

Women stage sit-in protest after 18-day water supply cut

19 December 2014

SOME 30 women sat on the Sowripalayam road in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu to protest against the disruption of water supply, reported Malaysia Nanban.

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