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Utusan ordered to pay damages

The High Court ordered a reporter and two others to pay a total of RM300,000 in damages to a former director over an article published in I>Utusan Malaysia/Iin 1996.


Woman slashed and buried in mass ritual

A 43-year-old woman had her throat slashed before being buried during a midnight mass healing ritual at an orang asli village here which involved warding off black magic spells cast by members of a rival faction.


Fear of spiritual being's wrath keeps suspects silent

Suspects in a mass healing ritual that resulted in the death of a bomoh#8217;s mother have refused to tell police about the incident as they are afraid of a I>datuk/I(spiritual being).


Two killed by robbers posing as policemen

A vegetable farm supervisor and an unidentified Indonesian man were killed by four robbers posing as policemen at their I>kongsi /I>at the 21st kilometre of Jalan Machap-Selandar early Friday.


Asst DO charged with taking bribes worth RM120,000

The Tumpat assistant district officer was charged in a Sessions Court here yesterday with three counts of corrupt practice involving RM120,000.


More than 1,000 classes sign up for contest

More than 1,000 classes have signed up for the Best School Newspaper Awards 2003. Turning reporters, photographers, sub-editors, layout designers and artists, these students are all geared up to meet the Aug 30 deadline - and having fun in the process.


Felda has funds to help settlers

Felda settlers should apply for financial aid offered by the board instead of mortgaging their land to banks to get loans, said its chairman Tan Sri Dr Mohd Yusof Noor.


Labourer charged with killing duo

A labourer was charged with killing a supervisor and an Indonesian worker last month in a vegetable farm in Selandar.


Study on foreign labour needs

The Human Resources Ministry will conduct a study on the needs of foreign labour at business outlets like beauty salons, restaurants, mini-markets, stalls and bakeries.


Oxford Brookes degrees for 300

MORE than 300 graduates received their scrolls at the Nilai International College-Oxford Brookes University graduation ceremony, held in Bandar Baru Nilai, Negri Sembilan, recently.