Recent and archived articles by Nelson Benjamin
JOHOR BARU: He traded his stethoscope for a spade and encourages his “patients” to visit a vegetable farm.
JOHOR BARU: All parties involved in rescue work are on high alert as the country braces for the onset of the year-end flood season.
PEKAN NENAS: Two Singaporeans who came for a family gathering here were each fined RM3,000 for entering the country without a valid perm
KULAI: After a hiatus of almost seven years, a private zoo which was popularly known as Saleng Zoo is set to reopen under a new name and with a smaller number of animals.
KLUANG: MCA presidential candidate Gan Ping Sieu says that whoever leads the party must be able to strengthen the party's connection to the masses and not focus solely on parliamentary performance.
BATU PAHAT: Two men involved in the farming of ornamental fish such as Arowana and Kelisa have each been sentenced to five years jail and fined RM60,000 each for 12 counts of human trafficking.
JOHOR BARU: About 250,000 people who had applied for the Rumah Impian Bangsa Johor (RIBJ) affordable housing project last year will now need to submit their applications online again with additional details.
BATU PAHAT: Three arowana fish farmers have been found guilty of forcing 12 Indonesians to work virtually as slaves.
PEKAN NENAS: Things got too spicy for a 36-year-old tomyam shop operator when she was fined RM35,000 for employing seven illegal migrants at her premises.
JOHOR BARU: Trader Noriah Kasiran has been running a stall selling chickens to foreign workers for the past eight years.