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MB: Build mosques that reflect Johor’s identity

2 March 2015

PASIR GUDANG: The construction of new mosques and multi-purpose community halls in Johor should incorporate architectural elements that reflect the state's identity.

‘Increase minimum wage to RM1,500’

2 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: The Government should consider increasing the minimum wage from RM900 to RM1,500 soon to avoid risking workers’ welfare and subsequently, their performance.

Protect image of police force, volunteer cops urged

2 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Members of the Police Volunteer Reserve (PVR) must show a high level of commitment and responsibility when carrying out their duties so that the image of the police force is safeguarded at all times, said Kuala Lumpur PVR commandant Supt Dr Ong Gua Pak.

Teamwork can keep forest fires at bay, says department

2 March 2015

KUALA SELANGOR: There must be interagency and community-based partnerships to fight forest fires, especially at peatland forest reserves. says Selangor Forestry Department director Dr Puat Dahalan.

Second injured TNB worker dies

2 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Another Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) worker who was critically injured in an electrical substation explosion in Taman Tan Yew Lai here on Monday has died.

Cooling off: Children taking the opportunity to cool off in the water fountain at Dataran 1Malaysia Klebang in Malacca.

Tourists urged to drink a lot of water to stay hydrated

2 March 2015

MALACCA: With the onset of the hot season, tourists visiting the historical city have been advised to drink a lot of water to stay hydrated.

‘Spread of toxic plant under control’

2 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: The toxic invasive weed spreading through the country is under control for now, said the Agriculture Department’s Plant Biosecurity Division.

Group reiterates call for Leong to retract Anwar case remarks

2 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: A group of lawyers calling themselves G100 has reiterated its call for Malaysian Bar president Christopher Leong to retract his statement questioning the Federal Court’s decision regarding Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s sodomy conviction.

Angry handphone sellers lash out at Immigration officers over raid on illegals

2 March 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: A scuffle broke out between Immigration officers and handphone kiosk operators during a raid on illegal immigrants at a shopping complex here.

Cover girl: Lau on the cover of ‘Flavours’ for the March issue.

Get a taste of Hong Kong chef’s award-winning journey

2 March 2015

PETALING JAYA: Hong Kong chef Vicky Lau has captured the imagination of a continent with her sensational recipes.

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Wife ‘burnt’ by her old flame

2 March 2015

A WOMAN, who continued having sex with her college sweetheart – even after marrying another man – is now living a life of regret after her lover walked out on her and the two children they had out of wedlock, reported Metro Ahad.

Boy steals sister’s money to pay off school bullies

2 March 2015

A WOMAN in Klang discovered that her Form Three brother was being extorted by school bullies after money went missing from her savings account, reported China Press.

524 Tamil schools in Malaysia, 11 in Kedah

2 March 2015

With the opening of SJKT Paya Besar in Lunas by Deputy Education Minister P. Kamalanathan, there are now 524 Tamil schools in Malaysia, 11 of them in Kedah, reported Malaysia Nanban.

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