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Singaporean drowns during expedition to Gunung Tahan

8 February 2016

KUANTAN: A Singaporean drowned in Sungai Kuala Luis, Kuala Lipis when he was swept by strong currents while trying to cross the river during a Gunung Tahan expedition last Saturday.

Police looking for foreigner assaulted by Papagomo

8 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are looking far a male foreigner who was attacked by blogger Papagomo to assist in their investigations of the incident.

Villagers in Pasir Gudang stranded after bridge collapses

8 February 2016

PASIR GUDANG: Kampung Perigi Acheh villagers are left stranded after their 16-year-old concrete bridge collapsed at around 2am on Monday morning.

Flood situation improves in Malacca but worsens in Johor

8 February 2016

MALACCA: The flood situation in Malacca has improved but the situation in Johor worsened as another relief centre was opened in Segamat.

Barisan parties look after community interests to stay relevant, says Ismail Sabri

8 February 2016

BERA: It is common for Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties to champion the interests of their communities to remain relevant in this country said Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob.

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FTAs to improve trade, says Ong Ka Chuan

8 February 2016

IPOH: Trade performance is expected to increase this year with the signing of more Free Trade Agreements (FTA) said Datuk Seri Ong Ka Chuan.

Salad greens tainted with salmonella not exported to Malaysia

8 February 2016

PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has confirmed that no Australian salad greens contaminated with salmonella were exported to Malaysia.

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Whale near coast of Pontian pulled out to sea

8 February 2016

PONTIAN: The sighting of a 20-meter whale swimming along the coastal area of Pantai Rambah here on Monday left many villagers and the public in awe of the mammal.

Smooth traffic flow on major highways this afternoon

8 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: The traffic flow on major highways in the country was reported to be smooth as at 4pm Monday.

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Octogenarian almost washed away by strong waves battering east coast

8 February 2016

KOTA BARU: An octogenarian almost died after huge waves battered his home at Kampung Kundor here on Sunday.

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Man assaults dad over rice

8 February 2016

A MAN allegedly punched his 83-year-old father because the older man did not buy him a packet of rice, MetroAhad reported.

Kedah Tamil school to stay open

8 February 2016

DEPUTY Education Minister Datuk P. Kamalanathan has assured parents and teachers of SJK(T) Ldg Dublin Bahagian 7 in Sungai Petani that the school will not be closed down, several Tamil dailies reported.

Feng shui expert: Work on Friday for better luck

8 February 2016

THE fifth day of the Chinese New Year, which falls on Friday, is the best day to start work in the Year of the Fire Monkey, China Press reported.

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