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Multiple explosions rock tranquil Kota Kinabalu neighbourhood

1 October 2014

KOTA KINABALU: Residents of Taman Cerah Menggatal, some 20kms from the state capital here, were rocked by multiple explosions from a workshop and parking area for oil tankers and lorries late Tuesday.

Cops nab 5, rescue 28 from alleged human trafficking ring

30 September 2014

NIBONG TEBAL: Police arrested five Myanmar men, believed to be members of a human trafficking syndicate, and rescued 28 of their countrymen in a raid on a shophouse in Sungai Bakap, here, Monday.

Wan Junaidi: Banking network still secure despite ATM hackings

30 September 2014

MALACCA: The banking network, especially Internet banking, is still secure as the ATM hacking cases only involved individual machines.

Matta: No travel advisory, but Malaysians deferring travel to Hong Kong

30 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: While there has been no travel advisory issued against visiting Hong Kong, some travellers have deferred their plans to go there due to the ongoing protests.

AirAsia: Ahmad Shabery impressed with inflight Wi-Fi

30 September 2014

SEPANG: Communications and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek recently tried the Free User Trial (FUT) Wi-Fi service during his AirAsia flight from Miri to Kuala Lumpur.

Wee Ka Siong: Sex blogger's actions excessive

30 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: MCA has described blogger Alvin Tan's attempt in insulting national leaders in Facebook as being excessive while trying to run down the image of the country.

UPSR leak: Resits nationwide proceed smoothly, pupils remain upbeat

30 September 2014

KUALA LUMPUR: The resit of the 2014 Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) Science and English papers went smoothly and pupils were seen to be in high spirits while sitting for them.

Khairy: Malaysia to challenge "dope test" on disqualified Asian Games Wushu gold

30 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will challenge the decision of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) to disqualify Asian Games Wushu gold medalist exponent Tai Cheau Xuen.

Veil-wearing Melati Rahim - Writer, activist, DAP member

30 September 2014

PETALING JAYA: Niqab-wearing Jamila Rahim is someone whom the average person would immediately associate with a religious organisation.

Hoping to graduate

30 September 2014

EXCLUSIVE: Reprieved from the death penalty, Yong Vui Kong hopes to take up graduate studies in prison.

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Wife drives hubby coconuts

30 September 2014

A 76-YEAR-OLD man, who was nagged by his wife while she was cleaning the living room of their home in Ranau, Sabah, sulked and refused to climb down from a coconout tree where he had retreated to, Kosmo! reported.

Man bites son to force wife to give him money

30 September 2014

A MAN allegedly bit his one-year-old son to force his wife to give him money, China Press reported.

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Neelofa entangled in tudung dispute

29 September 2014

POPULAR actress Neelofa is embroiled in a controversy involving the tudung (headscarf), reported Sinar Harian.

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