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SIBU: Fire and Rescue Department has opened new investigation papers on illegal renovations allegedly carried out by four large supermarkets here.
JOHOR: The Fire Services Act 1988 (Act 341) is expected to be amended to allow the volunteer teams for the Fire and Rescue Department to be registered and supervised by them.
Council acts to end illegal dumping of waste in Subang Jaya, promises to continue monitoring the area and warns it may even seize lands implicated in such activities.
KUCHING: A standard operating procedure (SOP) for adoption in Sarawak is expected to be drawn up to facilitate the process of adopting a child.
KUCHING: The state government’s newly-formed Pemakai Menoa and Pulau Galau Committee has been urged to act speedily on resolving issues related to native customary rights (NCR) claims over land.
KUCHING: Lawyers in Sabah and Sarawak will have to fulfil a certain number of hours attending courses, to have their annual practising certificates renewed from 2018.
AN assemblyman was asked to leave the State Assembly for a day for the first time since 2013.
KUCHING: The Sarawak government remains firmly committed to reclaiming the state’s rights even though it has decided not to table a motion on the matter in the state assembly.
SIXTEEN cases of river pollution were recorded in Selangor until the end of October, with eight in Sungai Langat forcing the Langat water treatment plant to shut and affecting more than a million customers in Hulu Langat, Kuala Langat, Petaling Jaya and Sepang.
MORE THAN 70 important judgments by Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali have been compiled in his first book aptly titled Fiat Justitia.