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MACC report lodged over permit granted to develop forest plantation projects in Perak

IPOH: A notice of permit given to a company for 400ha of forest plantation development projects has led several non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to lodge a report with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) here.


Perak MB denies feud with DAP

IPOH: Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu (pic)denied speculation on social media claiming he had issues with DAP leaders in the state.


Perak MB denies any conflict with DAP leaders

IPOH (Bernama): Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu denies that he has issues with DAP leaders in the state.


Cops: No signs of abuse on nine-month-old baby

LUMUT (Bernama): The post-mortem carried out on a nine-month-old baby boy who died Monday (Jan 28) after being allegedly abused by his babysitter shows no element of abuse or physical injury.


Filipino in remand for allegedly using fake ID to apply for job

LUMUT (Bernama): A Filipino man is in remand for two days to facilitate investigation by the National Registration Department (NRD) for allegedly using a false identity card to apply for a job.


Man grateful to 12-year-old son’s liver donor

GEORGE TOWN: Besides thanking donors and well-wishers, goldsmith Chong Keat Yong is particularly grateful to the organ donor who gave his 12-year-old son a second chance in life.


Authorities stumped, 'Ipoh bang' remains a mystery

IPOH: The mystery of the loud bang and tremors around the city here on Thursday (Oct 4) persists as authorities are still unable to identify where it came from.


3,000 families in Perak to get 99-year land titles

IPOH: Three thousand families living on temporary occupation licence (TOL) land in the state will be given 99-year land titles, says Perak Mentri Besar Ahmad Faizal Azumu.


Minding the gap

FreedomFilmFest 2018 shines the light on the hidden stories of the new Malaysia.


Baby bump photos end up as fetish fodder on social media

PETALING JAYA: Expectant mothers have been warned to think twice before posting photos of their baby bumps on social media lest they become fodder for perverts with pregnant women fetish.