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Human error, system blamed

Human error and systems failure are the causes of the frequent breakdowns in the baggage handling system at the KL International Airport (KLIA), said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik.


Big drop in KLIA cargo theft

Cargo theft at the KL International Airport which totalled RM19mil since its opening in 1998 saw a massive decline over the last two years.


Festive lanterns force 12 planes to change routes

Thousands of airborne 'Kung Ming' lanterns, released in conjunction with the eighth day of the Chinese New Year, had forced 12 planes to change their approaches to land at the Bayan Lepas international airport here last night.


Singaporeans with Ecstasy pills nabbed

Police seized 35,099 Ecstasy pills worth nearly RM3mil with the arrest of four Singaporeans at the KL International Airport and Penang International Airport here recently.


Lima brought forward to avoid fasting month

The six-day Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (Lima) this year has been brought forward to between Sept 30 and Oct 5 from the original dates in December.

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Nine killed in army attack

B>COTABATO (Philippines): /B>At least seven Muslim separatist rebels and two soldiers were killed yesterday in a massive military assault on a rebel-held area in the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, officials said.


507 new vehicles for Fire and Rescue Dept

The Fire and Rescue Department has taken delivery of 507 new fire-fighting and support vehicles.


Airod chief gets Italy's prestigious award

Airod president Tan Sri Ahmad Johan was conferred Italy#8217;s prestigious Order of Merit Tuesday for his contribution in promoting co-operation between Italian and Malaysian industries, especially in the field of high technology.


No-fly zones over Penang on Saturday

Air space at two locations in Penang #8211; the Esplanade on the island and Pantai Bersih in Seberang Prai #8211; has been declared #8220;no-fly zones#8221; for all aircraft from 10pm on Saturday until 2am the next day.


No ban but lantern release to be regulated

There will be no total ban imposed on the lighting of lanterns during Chinese festivals, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.