Recent and archived articles by Joash Ee De Silva
KUANTAN: An owner of a mini bus was fined RM11,000 and sentenced to a day in jail for offering a RM500 bribe to a Road Transport Department (JPJ) officer.
KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic on most major highways in the Klang Valley has picked up following the Chinese New Year celebrations and long weekend.
KUANTAN: Residents in Kuantan can rest easy this Chinese New Year as repairs to the bund that broke several weeks ago at the Kobat barrage gate are almost completed.
PEKAN: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak believes the recent announcement that Malaysia experienced a 5.9% GDP growth in the last quarter of 2017 is proof that the country has managed to share its wealth among its people.
KUANTAN: A 39-year-old director of a Works Ministry contractors services centre was charged by a Sessions Court here with accepting a RM42,000 bribe.
KUANTAN: On the outside, Sweetime French Pastries looks like a small, quaint bakery in this laidback town.
KUANTAN: There was early Chinese New Year cheer for residents of the Jabor Old Folks Home and 40 underprivileged families, who received ang pows and gifts.
KUANTAN: The Kuantan district police arrested 116 suspects for various drug related offences during its first Ops Sarang of the year.
PETALING JAYA: Loan sharks are getting more aggressive, coming up with tantalising packages tailored for major events such as the FIFA World Cup and Chinese New Year.
KUANTAN: Tourists who were stranded on Pulau Tioman are full of praise for the Royal Malaysian Navy who brought them back safely to the mainland.