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IKEA recalls ceiling lamps after reports of glass shades falling

9 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: IKEA has urged customers, who have a HYBY, LOCK or RINNA ceiling lamp, to immediately remove it and bring it back to any of its store for a full refund.

Two students in Setiu who rammed bike into traffic policeman held

9 February 2016

SETIU: Police detained two secondary school students after they rammed their motorcycle into a traffic policeman in Bandar Permaisuri on Monday.

Perkasa questions A-G’s OSA proposal

9 February 2016

PETALING JAYA: Malay-right wing group Perkasa has questioned the Attorney-General Chambers' proposal to impose stricter penalties for leaking official secrets, saying that it would do more harm than good.

More than 200 Rayani Air passengers stranded at Langkawi airport

9 February 2016

LANGKAWI: More than 200 passengers stranded at the Langkawi International Airport after a Boeing 737 aircraft of Rayani Air developed technical problems.

TAR UC campus to begin construction in April, says Dr Wee

9 February 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Construction for Tunku Abdul Rahman University College’s (TAR UC) permanent campus in Sabah will begin here in April, state MCA chief Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong said.

(From left) Wee, Musa and Liow.

MASwings flight charges in east Malaysia to go up

9 February 2016

KOTA KINABALU: Air fares for local carrier MASwings between major towns in Sabah and Sarawak are set to increase from next year with the removal of Federal government subsidies for some of the airline’s routes.

Woman beaten by husband after their baby's Facebook photo tagged with another man's name

9 February 2016

SINGAPORE: A Malaysian woman was reportedly abused by her husband because a photo of her baby was tagged with a stranger's name on Facebook.

Enlightening outing: SJKC Union pupils including twins Ernest and Marcus Seow (squatting, from left) and Muhamad Abu Baker Sheikh Daud (right) having some Chinese New Year fun with Monkey King characters at the Khoo Kongsi in Penang. — CHAN BOON KAI/The Star

Photo Gallery: Chinese New Year celebration around the World

9 February 2016

After a tumultuous Year of the Goat, Chinese around the World ushered in the Year of the Monkey with high hopes that the problems of last year will be forgotten and that we can all look forward to a better tomorrow.

Traffic building up on major roads

9 February 2016

PETALING JAYA: The post Chinese New Year traffic has already started building up, with crawls of up to 10km on some major roads.

Fire and Rescue helping the boy out of the escalator. Picture from Bomba twitter.@bombaJBPM.

Three-year-old boy loses part of leg in escalator mishap

9 February 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Fire and Rescue Department personnel were called in to retrieve part of a severed foot from an escalator at Kl Sentral.

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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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