General election dry run by Sabah Umno
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Umno will carry out a general election dry run while getting more of its 413,000-odd members to register as voters.
Sabah Umno chairman Datuk Musa Aman Musa has directed all 20 divisions in the state to be involved in the dry run.
“Elections can be held at any time from now till April 2004. We must make sure our machinery is ready,” he said.
He added that the division heads would go to the ground to meet the people.
Food fair and walkathon
PETALING JAYA: Every year, the Rotary Club here spends more than RM100,000 to help several hundred children in four primary schools to cope better in their studies.
The money is used to provide breakfast for about 500 children every day, so that they do not go hungry, and buy uniforms, shoes and bags for selected children.
To raise funds for such projects and community service involving disabled children, the club is organising a walkathon and charity food fair at the Vivekananda Tamil Primary School in Jalan 227 here on Sunday.
Proceeds from the sales will go to the club’s charity foundation.
Park worker killed in crash
SEREMBAN: One of two workers of the Nilai Memorial Park, who were on their way to deliver flowers to clients, was killed in an accident at the Km230 of the North South Expressway near the Pedas interchange yesterday.
Ng See Meng, 30, from Bahau, died after he was thrown off his vehicle which collided with a Perodua Kancil at noon.
His colleague, Tam Yew Choy, 23, from Kajang, was seriously injured.
Six occupants of the Kancil, which rammed into a tree after the collision, were sent for treatment at Tampin Hospital.
Summonses issued to bikers
KUALA LUMPUR: Police issued 147 summonses to motorcyclists for various traffic offences during Ops Roda at several places in the city on Saturday.
In the operations from 9pm to 4am, city traffic chief Supt Ahmad Shamsuri Mukri said police arrested 203 motorcyclists aged between 16 and 30 and seized 140 motorcycles.
He said 20 who failed urine tests were detained at the Jalan Bandar traffic police headquarters.
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