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Beggars rounded up in joint raid

IN AN effort to get rid of beggars and those who solicit funds on the streets, the Gombak District Welfare Department organised a joint raid that managed to round up 11 people, including a woman, recently.

Programme to help the homeless gets state nod

THE Penang government has recently approved the ‘Empowering the Street Citizens’ programme with a fund of RM560,000, says state Welfare Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh.

Councils seize PCs and furniture at illegal gambling dens

GAMBLERS in Sepang will be missing their lucky chairs, following a joint operation by several city councils that confiscated furniture in addition to the usual computers from illegal gambling dens.

MISC-MIFA continue winning ways in FAM Cup

MALAYSIAN Indian Sports Council –Malaysian Indian Football Association (MISC-MIFA) are riding high in the FAM Cup competition.

New boys march on PKNP FC continue fine form after thrashing Malaysian Malays

NEWCOMERS PKNP FC are eager to continue their unbeaten record in the FAM Cup competition.

Customs Department vehicle damaged in incident during chase

The State Customs Department busted a syndicate smuggling contraband cigarettes and liquor of various brands when it seized two lorries in two separate locations in Malacca, last week.

43 police officers get promotions

A TOTAL of 43 rank and file policemen from the Kedah contingent were promoted to sergeant-major and sub-inspector.

Dodgy parlours raided

CONDOMS, mattresses and massage equipment were among the items seized in a raid on two unlicensed massage parlours in Rawang by Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) recently.

Foreigners illegally running shops in Klang

Many shops in the township are being run by foreigners, who are obtaining lots and licences illegally from local business owners.

Penang tops list of drug haunts

GEORGE TOWN: Penang recorded the highest number of drug addicts in the country in the past four years.