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More reports of online fraud

A TOTAL of 4,788 cases of online business transaction complaints were reported last year, an increase of 42% or 1,419 cases compared with 3,369 cases in 2017, said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Deputy Minister Chong Chieng Jen.

Police urge public not to fall for fake news

JOHOR BARU: Police are urging the public to not spread unreliable news which can only cause anxiety to the public.

Fish samples tested for contamination

JOHOR BARU: The Fisheries Depart­ment has taken samples of fish and mussels from the Pasir Gudang area to determine whether they are safe to eat following the toxic chemical pollution in Sungai Kim Kim.

Reflecting on digital age

SCULPTURES by artist Aznan Omar feature everyday scenarios that people of all ages can relate to – humans engrossed in their gadgets, popular mobile phone apps and game trends, and even entertainment references.

Banker cheated by contractor awarded RM25,000

JOHOR BARU: A bank manager was awarded the maximum amount of RM25,000 by the Consumer Claims Tribunal when the respondent to her claim failed to turn up.

Laughing their way to good health

JOHOR BARU: A group of senior citizens here believe in having the last laugh, at least where their health is concerned.

War of words risks distracting attention from the bigger picture

LAST Sunday, the 47 Malaysians who had been detained for two months in a Cambodian provincial jail returned home after being released.

Sungai Lalang industrial area contaminated by toxic waste

FOUR factories in the industrial area of Sungai Lalang was ordered to close until further notice, after the Semenyih Fire and Rescue Station found drums containing chemical toxic waste behind a steel frame factory.

Real danger of fake news

THE Malaysian Government should come up with solutions to stop the spread of fake news, said Penang Chinese Town Hall (PCTH) chairman Datuk Khor Teng How.

MPKJ offering RM3 'bounty' for every rat caught

In an effort to reduce rat infestation in commercial areas, the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKJ) will reward the public RM3 for every rat caught until Nov 26.