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Decision to control disc prices final

The Government will not back down on its decision to place VCDs, other optical disc products and all computer software on the controlled items list, said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Continue fight against piracy

From DISGUSTED, Kampar (via e-mail)

Book on water negotiations

MALAYSIA is considering the publication of a book on negotiations with Singapore over the water issue to counter allegations made by the island republic.

What men want

A new day spa for men, featuring male therapists only, promises to leave no man excluded. ALLAN KOAY tries it out and comes out smelling like coffee.

Industry must help in piracy fight


Traders resort to new tactic in selling pirated CDs and VCDs

Pirated CD and VCD traders at a shopping complex in Johor Baru have adopted a new tactic to sell their illegal ware by setting up #8220;secret rooms#8221; within their shops to avoid detection.

Headmasters under probe over school funds

SEVERAL headmasters are being investigated by the Education Ministry over the misappropriation of school funds, said National Union of Teaching Profession secretary-general Datuk N. Siva Subramaniam.

More than 50,000 pirated discs seized from shops

More than 50,000 copies of pirated CDs and VCDs worth RM250,000 were seized by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry enforcement officers from two shoplots in Wisma Mutiara, Sungai Besi yesterday.

Optical discs to come under Price Control Act

VCDs, other optical discs and all computer software will be made controlled items in an effort to force music and movie industries to bring down the prices, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin announced Wednesday.

Mambo rocks

AUSSIE surf and street-wear institution Mambo has never been one to conform to boring, predictable conventions. With names like Show Us Your Tatts, Pegs @rse and Slacker Volley, its merchandise is loud, colourful and rude enough to lure even the most demure and conservative into its stores and out of their shells.