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Factories along Sungai Langat and Sungai Semantan caused water treatment plants to shut down

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.

AG’s first book on his court judgments launched

MORE THAN 70 important judgments by Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali have been compiled in his first book aptly titled Fiat Justitia.

Clear definition of rape needed

THE legal definition of rape has come into the spotlight again with renewed calls for it to be amended and broadened.

Legal reform on rape vital

KUCHING: Prompt legal reform, including amending the Penal Code’s definition of rape, is needed to better protect children, said the Sarawak Women for Women Society (SWWS).

Rehabilitation the way forward

KUCHING: Rehabilitation of offenders in prison is one way forward in the effort to reduce crime, said Welfare, Women and Community Wellbeing Minister Datuk Fatimah Abdullah.

Procession to mark start of legal year

SIBU: The Judiciary Department here will host the annual Sabah and Sarawak Legal Year 2016 with a procession as the highlight.

Selangor government submits draft of new law on illegal dumping for AG’s approval

NEW laws to tackle illegal dumping statewide may come to light by next year once the mechanisms and regulations are finalised.

Prince plans Sultan’s 85th birthday bash from abroad

A SON’S love for his parents transcends boundaries.

Prince plans Sultan’s 85th birthday bash from abroad

A SON’S love for his parents transcends boundaries as he dutifully makes “behind the scene” preparations to celebrate the birthday of his father.

Caning proposal not a done deal

KUALA Lumpur mayor Datuk Mohd Amin Nordin Abd Aziz’s proposal of caning for offenders guilty of putting up illegal advertisements may have caught attention and raised eyebrows, but it is a last-ditch effort to win the war against the mounting problem.