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Vidyanathan: Crane driver shortage could be due to ‘mismatch’

JOHOR BARU: The state government is surprised that there is a shortage of local crane drivers, as some local vocational institutes are offering such training courses.

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Uphold diligence and integrity

ESSENTIAL values are fast disappearing from our society.

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Cops: Its never been easier for gangs to recruit the young these days

YOUNGSTERS these days are “mentally fragile” and because of that, they are easily coaxed into triads, said Perak’s Criminal Investigation Department Head Senior Assistant Commissioner Datuk Gan Tian Kee (pic).

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Reunited cagers strike a victory in one-day tourney

IT was the perfect homecoming for Perry Lim, a medical undergraduate studying in Illinois, United States.

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60% discount on traffic summonses in conjunction with Hari Raya

THE Ipoh City Council is offering a 60% discount on all traffic compounds in conjunction with the Hari Raya celebrations from June 28 to 30.

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RM250,000 fine or jail for those with fake datukship and official insignias

MALACCA: The State Legislative Assembly unanimously passed an amended enactment to initiate punitive action with a maximum fine of RM250,000 or five years jail or both for those in possession of bogus datukship and official insignias.

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harsher penalty for contraband dealers

SIBU: Owners of businesses caught selling contraband cigarettes and liquor will be remanded for at least three days, instead of just getting fined.

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Council gets tough on OKU offenders

ONLY those with disabled car stickers issued by the local councils and government departments will be allowed to park at any of the 53 OKU parking lots on the island.

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Cloned car syndicate in Taman Perling crippled

JOHOR BARU: Police have crippled a clone car syndicate which sells luxurious vehicles for as low as RM3,000 each in Taman Perling.

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The trio with brio

At Rafflesia The Pearl Centre, it’s the women who wear the pants. Two generations have successfully built up the business, and now a whipper snapper is being groomed to take over, reports JOY LEE.