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No illegal workers, farmers on rented govt land warned

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Farmers renting government land for agricultural activities could have their licences revoked if they were found to harbour illegal workers.

Picture of Rita and Donna keep gossipers busy

TONGUES are still wagging about a photograph that actress Rita Rudaini uploaded on social media, showing her with male model Donna Muslim.

Cops bust sex ring, nab pimps

GEORGE TOWN: Two men believed to be pimps, aged 67 and 72, and four Indonesian women were rounded up in a police raid at a hotel in Kampung Deli, off Lorong Maca-lister.

No escape for 61 karaoke lounge GROs

SIBU: A karaoke lounge which was on the police radar following complaints from the public, was found to have special rooms which allow GROs to escape during a raid.

Cops nab 10 Bangladeshi and Nepali sex workers

GEORGE TOWN: Foreigners seem to be getting bolder. From opening grocery and coffee shops to catering to their countrymen, now they are also opera­ting entertainment outlets to offer sexual services.

Viet girl rescued from traffickers

MUAR: Police have rescued a 15-year-old Vietnamese girl from human traffickers during a raid in Sungai Abong here.

Nine foreign women working as GRO detained in Ops Noda

KUALA LUMPUR: Thirteen people, aged 25 to 31 years, including nine female foreign nationals, believed to be working as guest relation officers (GRO), were nabbed in Ops Noda here, Wednesday.

Baby boy among 98 illegals held in Kedah

ALOR SETAR: A total of 98 illegal immigrants including a three-month-old boy were detained in separate operations by the Kedah Immigration Department for various offences.

Police arrest 856 foreigners for various offences so far this year

JOHOR BARU: The police have arrested a total of 856 foreigners in a series of raids at entertainment outlets, massage parlours and hotels in the city over the first nine months of this year.

Foreign GROs among 49 detained in raids

KUALA LUMPUR: Fun time was over when police arrested 49 persons, including 35 foreign public relations officers (GROs), at two entertainment outlets.