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Police rescue kidnapped teenager, arrests made in several states

IPOH: Police in Penang rescued a 17-year-old boy three days after he was kidnapped in Taiping on Sept 2, with several suspects arrested around the country as far as Penang and Johor Baru.

Police showing the recovered cash and other items seized from the boy's kidnappers.

A peculiar penchant for breast milk cost nanny her job

News from Chinese and Malay newspapers.

Malaysian stuns defending champ in 1500m, breaks 12-year-old Games record

KUALA LUMPUR: Muhamad Ashraf Muhd Haisham upstaged defending champion Tran Van Duc of Vietnam to break the Asean Para Games record on his way to the gold in the men's 1500m T46 (amputation and others, including athletes with dwarfism) event.

Let’s help police fight terrorism

THE news about Islamic State (IS) group militants planning to target non-Muslims on home soil has made Malaysians sit up. After all, this is peaceful Malaysia and threats of this kind will certainly draw some serious attention.

Speeding into its 30th year

IF there is one thing Lee Thiam Wah has learnt in his life, it is this: Your only limit is you.

99 SpeedMart employees at the opening of its 1,000th store in Section 13, Shah Alam.

Matthew takes hattrick of second bests in his stride

PETALING JAYA: It looks like Pahang skipper Matthew Davis is destined to play the bridesmaid’s role for the third time this season.

Malaysian Siamese athletes honoured

ATHLETES from the Malaysian Siamese community, who won medals in SEA Games 2017, were feted during the Public Sector Siamese Club’s gala dinner at a hotel in Alor Setar, Kedah.

Dr Leong (centre, in white shirt) posing for a photo with the other VIPs and the club’s organising committee members during the dinner.

Families get keys to new houses under RMR1M programme

THE DREAM of owning a brand new house finally came true for three low-income families thanks to the 1Malaysia People-Friendly Homes (RMR1M) programme.

Aminuddin (left) having a conversation with the three recipients – Azrul Zaimi (second from left), Nurul Syuhaidah (centre) and Perumal (second from right) .

Video of multilingual JPJ officer goes viral

A video of a multilingual JPJ officer went viral after she was filmed attending to two students from China.

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Outing for ill children at Ipoh’s movie animation park

IT WAS a dream come true for two ailing children, Nur Husna Abiddin, 10, and Nur Arissa Humaira, two, when they got their wish to visit the Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) in Ipoh, Perak.

Thanks to MAPS and Children’s Wish Society, Nur Husna (in wheelchair) and Nur Arissa (in pram) had the chance to experience exciting activities at the movie animation park in Ipoh, Perak.

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