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Supermarkets pay the price for defective goods

WITH the Chinese New Year less than a month away, the state Health Department has conducted raids at retail outlets selling defective products.

Massage parlour or prostitution den?

MIRI: A top cop in Sarawak has confirmed that a large number of massage parlours in the state are fronts for prostitution activities.

Behind the mask of family entertainment

MIRI: Sarawak Housing and Local Government Ministry is urged to stop issuing licences for “family-entertainment” centres and revoke all existing permits.

Taman Bandaran Kelana Jaya a popular hangout for gay and bisexual community after midnight

IN THE evenings, Taman Bandaran Kelana Jaya is a popular spot for families and joggers but as night falls and the crowds disperse, it becomes home to a more closeted community.

Police chief: Many using hotels as crime base

SIBU: Hotels here have become the hotbed for criminal activities, including drug trafficking, gambling and prostitution.

Adenan’s hard-hitting speech at the UN International Day of Forests is hard to ignor

TAN Sri Adenan Satem has given few press interviews of late. On the occasion of his first anniversary as Chief Minister, he gave just one interview and two others to television stations.

Police step up crackdown on illegal gambling

PENANG police have carried out 880 raids in a bid to eradicate illegal gambling dens and online gaming this year.

Regular businesses front for illegal gambling

MIRI: Certain sundry shops, coffeeshops and cellphones as well as phone accessories stores in the city are actually functioning as fronts for illegal four-digit gambling.

State urged to go all out to combat illegal gambling activities

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Several Opposition assemblymen called on the state government to take greater efforts to tackle illegal gambling activities.

Produce being sold by illegal traders may not be fresh

CONSUMERS looking for cheaper produce from carpark traders outside the Pasar Borong Selayang (wholesale market) could be paying for discarded items.