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Hundreds of dogs are being killed in Penang due to a rabies outbreak. But is culling the answer to the problem?
AT the start of the Super League season, Perak was riding high. The last five weeks, however, have seen the team drop eight places; its coach “rested” and side lambasted by the team patron. For fans, it’s been a nightmare.
The recently-passed Animal Welfare Bill should bring about more humane methods of dealing with strays.
Penang takes centre stage at George Town Festival 2015.
Threatening a young lady with rape and murder is simply beyond the pale.
We are at the cusp of a new year. Once again, it is time to look back at the year and revisit the events that dominated the headlines, from a legal perspective.
Earlier this week the waiting game for a new menteri besar in Selangor was finally over when Azmin Ali was sworn in, but he has massive challenges ahead of him.
A mentri besar without a party and who does not have support of most of the members of the ruling coalition will not be able to effectively govern the state.
According to the International Shark Attack File (ISAF), between 1580 and 2013 there have been 2,666 confirmed unprovoked shark attacks around the world, of which 493 were fatal.
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