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RM63,900 in compensation, salary arrears paid to Adelina's family

JAKARTA: Compensation and salary arrears totalling RM63,900 have been paid to the family of Adelina Lisao, the Indonesian maid who died following suspected abuse in Malaysia.

Metal works factory partially damaged in fire

KUALA LUMPUR: A metal works factory was partially damaged in a fire near 6½ Mile along Jalan Puchong here.

Fuel prices drop for last week of February

PETALING JAYA: Petrol prices are down across the board for the week beginning Feb 22.

Woman, 59, charged with Indonesian maid's murder

BUKIT MERTAJAM: The 59-year-old woman who allegedly abused her Indonesian maid to death has been charged at the magistrate's court here Wednesday.

Ambika (second from right) and her daughter Jayavartiny being led to court on Wednesday.

Selangor cops to take parents to task over children's modified bicycles

SHAH ALAM: Selangor police are looking at getting tough on parents of children found participating in "basikal lajak" activities.

Lorry driver charged over death of 46-day-old daughter

BUKIT MERTAJAM: The 22-year-old father who allegedly abused his 46-day-old baby which resulted in her death has been charged in court.

Pakatan files judicial review against RoS

KUALA LUMPUR: Pakatan Harapan has filed a judicial review application for a court order to compel the Registrar of Societies (RoS) to reply its letter in its bid to be a registered coalition.

Drivers in fatal 2015 DUKE crash jailed three years, fined RM10,000 each

KUALA LUMPUR: Two motorists involved in an accident which killed a couple and their six-month-old daughter along the DUKE Highway in 2015 have been found guilty and sentenced to three years' jail.

Illegal racers who drive recklessly causing death were charged in Duta court. 08 May 2015 CHAN TAK KONG/The Star
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Duo nabbed for using explosives to fish

KOTA KINABALU: Two suspected fish bombers were nabbed in waters off Semporna on Tuesday (Feb 20) morning.

Ministry: Don't believe rumour that 17,000 failed SPM History paper

PETALING JAYA: The Education Ministry has quashed rumours that 17,000 students who sat for the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examination in 2017 have failed the History paper.