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Five men drown in bid to escape police raid

ALOR SETAR: Five men believed to be involved in illegal cock-fighting activities in Merbau Pulas in Kuala Ketil near here drowned after jumping into a river during a police raid.

Delays expected at Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints due to heavy arrival traffic

SINGAPORE: The Immigration and Checkpoints Authority warned motorists of delays entering Singapore due to heavy traffic at the land checkpoints on Sunday afternoon (Feb 18).

ICA said earlier this month that there would be longer than usual waiting times at the Tuas (left) and Woodlands (right) checkpoints over the Chinese New Year holidays, due to tighter security checks. PHOTOS: ONEMOTORING.COM.SG.

Rosmah: I won't step down as Permata patron even if pressured

LANGKAWI: The Prime Minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor says she will not step down as patron of the Permata programme even if there is pressure from the Opposition to do so.

Dr Wee: Jason Teoh is best candidate for Gelang Patah seat

YONG PENG: Datuk Jason Teoh is the best candidate to contest in the Gelang Patah parliamentary seat for the coming polls, said Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

Shoplots razed in Lawas and Bintangor fires

MIRI: It was a fiery start to the "Year of the Dog" for folks in Lawas and Bintangor in Sarawak.

DPM joins convoy of superbikers to mark Police Day celebrations

TANJONG KARANG: A convoy of some 70 superbikers were flagged off by the Selangor police chief here to commemorate the 211th Police Day celebrations.

Muslim girl in lion dance troupe warms hearts

PETALING JAYA: Despite opposition from her relatives and friends, a Mandarin speaking Muslim girl insisted in joining a lion dance troupe.

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Housewife loses RM15,200 to Facebook acquaintance

KUANTAN: A housewife suffered losses of RM15,200 after being deceived by her Facebook “friend” allegedly working in Scotland, who promised to send various branded items to her as their friendship gifts.

Man kills self after fatally stabbing victim in fight

GOMBAK: A man killed himself after allegedly stabbing an Indian national to death during a fight at a sundry shop in Taman Selayang near here.

Firemen remove spear lodged into teenager's hand

SIBU: A 17-year-old boy suffered excruciating pain when a two-feet fishing spear was lodged into his hand in Song near here.

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