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Be wary of dodgy schemes, EPF depositors told

KUCHING: The public must be wary of investment schemes that promises very high return and able to help investors make EPF withdrawals for their participation.

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A different kind of coffee chain

COFFEE culture is on the rise in Malaysia and VendPays Sdn Bhd chief executive officer Raymond Woo is eyeing a slice of the growing pie.

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MBPJ to take action against firms using dodgy licences

FIRMS in the property and beverage industries in the Klang Valley that outsourced other people to get approval to put up advertisement bunting and banners have been cheated by rogue agencies.

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MB: No truth in ‘Bonus Rakyat Perak’ cash give-away

THE PUBLIC has been urged not to believe a viral message that the Perak government is giving out money in conjunction with the Hari Raya celebration.

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Call for accountability

North view - Stephen Then MIRI: The rakyat expect immediate attention and wise solutions to urgent issues affecting their daily lives. And local politicians are at the frontline facing the demands of these citizens.

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Police to intensify patrols in area

POLICE boxes will be set up outside moneychanger outlets in Ipoh to beef up security around these premises.

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Tax reform draws Indian SMEs into digital economy

Business owners brace for a painful change over to digital bookeeping

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RM2mil robbery leaves moneychangers in jitters

Moneychangers in Ipoh are reeling in shock after one of them was robbed of RM2mil in foreign currencies last week.

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DPM to attend Bernama’s 50th anniversary on May 22

NATIONAL news agency Bernama will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with a grand dinner in Kuala Lumpur that will be attended by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

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Writing it right in this digital age

Texting and tweeting may be the norm these days but good writing skills are still important.