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Left turn allowed at six major junctions in KL even if traffic lights are red

KUALA LUMPUR: Effective today, vehicles passing through six traffic light junctions in Kuala Lumpur, can turn left even if the traffic light is red, provided no vehicles or pedestrian are passing by.


Housewife running illegal lottery nabbed

KUANTAN: A housewife, who is believed to be an illegal lottery mastermind, was caught by police in a raid at a house in Kampung Sungai Penjuring near Bentong Wednesday evening.


Interesting tales, products at Nanning expo

DESPITE having covered numerous events throughout her 24 years in journalism, this writer still found the China Asean Expo held in Nanning, Guangxi, China, to be a new experience for her.


Promoting healthy vision

S P SETIA Foundation donated an eye screening equipment worth RM60,000 to the Malaysia Glaucoma Society at Pandan Ria Apartments in Pandan last Saturday.


Metro watch

Head down to the upper deck of Dataran Pahlawan Megamall in Malacca for the annual Pink October campaign on October 7 from 11am onwards. Themed M.A.D. Pink (Making a Difference for Pink), many exciting and educational activities await with promotion of health-related products at special rates.


No bias in state audits, says Auditor-General

KUANTAN: The accounts of state governments led by Barisan Nasional as well as Pakatan Rakyat were scrutinised in equal measure in the Auditor-Generals Report, Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang said.


Syndicate providing road tax services crippled

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) arrested seven people suspected to be runners who helped obtain road tax for smuggled vehicles.


Two million turtles released into the sea since 2001

DUNGUN: About two million newly-hatched turtles were released by the Turtle and Marine Ecosystem Centre (Tumec) in collaboration with the Fisheries Department since 2001, in efforts to preserve the species for future generations.


180 tourist guides enjoy merry gathering

SOME 180 members of the Malaysian Tourist Guides Council (MTGC) had a merry time during a fellowship dinner at the Cheah Kongsi in George Town's heritage enclave in Penang.


Pahang MB: Budget answers many issues

KUANTAN: The Pahang Mentri Besar express satisfaction with Budget 2013, saying that it a budget eagerly awaited by the people.