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IPOH: A schoolboy from Muar, who insulted the Sultan of Perak on Twitter, was told to recite the Rukun Negara before he was slapped with a RM5,000 fine by a magistrate’s court.

Trading ideas: Seacera, Heitech Padu, YFG, Top Glove

KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex research expects Seacera, Heitech Padu, YFG and Top Glove to be among the stocks to watch on Thursday after their recent corporate news.

YFG receives RM200m construction contract from Pierre Suite

KUALA LUMPUR: Engineering services provider YFG Bhd has received a RM200mil contract from Peirre Suite (M) Sdn Bhd for the construction of apartments in Taiping, Perak.

Youth jailed five years after pleading guilty to weapons possession

TAIPING: The Sessions Court here sentenced a 21-year-old youth to five years in jail after he pleaded guilty to possessing offensive weapons.

Civil servant charged with misappropriating RM11,000

IPOH: A 34-year-old civil servant claimed trial in the Sessions Court here to dishonestly misappropriating over RM11,000 belonging to the state Public Works Department.

DPM: Arrest of eight over attempt to cause anxiety

BAGAN DATUK: The recent arrest of eight people suspected of terror activities was due to elements suggesting they were out to cause social anxiety and fear among the multi-racial and multi-religious people in the country.

Tesco M’sia to spend RM27.5mil to renovate three more stores

GEORGE TOWN: Tesco Malaysia will spend approximately RM27.5mil until February 2018 to renovate three more stores in peninsular Malaysia.

Hypermarket makeover: Boudville (right) and Tesco Malaysia northern region store director Yew Yoong Sin checking out the newly-renovated Tesco hypermarket.

Kampung Baru Palawan’s charm lies in its close-knit community

Kampung Baru Palawan’s jogging track in a garden complete with garden benches and a mini playground is a hive of activity for villagers there.

The park in Kampung Baru Palawan includes a 400m jogging track that is very popular among the villagers and residents in the vicinity.

Club to continue promoting selflessness and national unity

IT was truly a 1Malaysia celebration as guests donned various traditional costumes to mark the 64th installation ceremony of the Taiping Inner Wheel Club.

Dr Karen Jeet (centre, in purple saree) dancing with fellow members during the club’s installation ceremony.

Two fishermen fined for owning illegal satellite dish

TAIPING: Two fishermen pleaded guilty at the Sessions Court here to owning and using illegal satellite television equipment at their homes in Kuala Kurau, near here.

Guilty party: Ong (in striped shirt) and Teoh being led out of court.

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