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Police chief: Many using hotels as crime base

SIBU: Hotels here have become the hotbed for criminal activities, including drug trafficking, gambling and prostitution.

Web of corruption, deceit

SARAWAK Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem may have unearthed an intricate web of corruption and deceit in his bold move to investigate indepth the illegal logging saga in Sarawak.

Produce being sold by illegal traders may not be fresh

CONSUMERS looking for cheaper produce from carpark traders outside the Pasar Borong Selayang (wholesale market) could be paying for discarded items.

No change to slim scoreline

IT WAS yet another slender win but the Penang Panthers are not complaining.

Seized items destroyed

EIGHT gambling machines worth about RM160,000 are among seized items worth RM5.4mil that have been destroyed at the Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) Confiscated Goods and Towing Unit in Cheras.

Sarawak government plans to have 1.5mil ha of protected areas

KUCHING: The Sarawak Government has announced it intends to have 1.5 million hectares of totally protected areas (TPA) eventually.

Penalty strike in second half turns out to be a blessing for Jurong Weston

JURONG Weston FC of Singapore exacted sweet revenge on defending champions Kilat Kuala Lumpur to regain the Penang Sports Club (PSC)-Carlsberg International Soccer Sevens’ Veterans crown.

Adenan’s hard-hitting speech at the UN International Day of Forests is hard to ignor

TAN Sri Adenan Satem has given few press interviews of late. On the occasion of his first anniversary as Chief Minister, he gave just one interview and two others to television stations.

Illegal logs worth RM10mil seized

KUCHING: The state Forestry Department has seized 28,154 illegal logs worth an estimated RM10mil in the first three months of the year.

Netting the wrong culprits

MIRI: Sarawakians without personal documents are also ending up being arrested during the swoop on illegal foreign fishermen that is currently being carried out by the authorities in Miri, according to PAS Sarawak deputy chairman Jofri Jaraiee.

Life Inspired has a chic new look

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