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Group says govt not aggressive enough in curbing cheap, counterfeit liquour

GEORGE TOWN: The government is "not aggressive" in its measures to curb issues involving cheap and counterfeit liquor, says the Malaysian Anti-Cheap Liquor Movement.

Movement upset with cheap liquor ban setback

GEORGE TOWN: The Malaysian Anti-Cheap Liquor Movement is disappointed that compounded hard liquor in small glass bottles will still allowed to be sold until August.

BN reps struggle to be heard

GEORGE TOWN: It is not easy being a minority in the state assembly.

Low-priced liquor readily available

KUALA LUMPUR tops the list with the highest number of shops selling compounded hard liquor (CHL) in the country, based on a research by the Malaysian Anti-Cheap Liquor Movement (MACLM).

Fuel for race cars in cheap liquor

BUTTERWORTH: Premium scotch whiskey does not have the “minutest” methanol in it but this is found in cheap liquor, says P. David Marshel.

Group: Regulations without enforcement are useless

PETALING JAYA: Retailers and manufacturers are not going to follow the new regulation on the sale and display of compounded hard liquor (CHL) if there is no enforcement, says anti-cheap liquor crusader P. David Marshel.

Liquor shops lie low

SUNDRY shop and hypermarket operators in Kuala Lumpur are cautioning their staff about selling cheap liquor to customers.

Agencies pass the buck on enforcement

THE enforcement of the new ruling on alcohol sale which came into effect on Dec 1 this year has not specified which government authority handles the enforcement.

Supermart still selling liquor in small bottles despite ban

BUTTERWORTH: The Malaysian Anti-Cheap Liquor Movement is disappointed that compounded hard liquor is still being sold in 150ml bottles without compliance with the new ruling in the amendment to the Food Regulation Act 1985 which was gazetted in May last year.

Councillors act against drunkards at playgrounds

AFTER receiving an increasing number of complaints about drunkards causing a nuisance in housing areas, two Seberang Prai municipal councillors decided to act.