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MANCHESTER: Cars are back in vogue courtesy of the pandemic. They’re also getting more expensive, thanks in part to surging commodity prices.
PETALING JAYA: Motor insurance practices that are allegedly unfair to consumers are now being sorted out by the authorities and the Federation of Malaysian Consumers Association (Fomca).These alleged practices include failure to cover the full amount of repair costs quoted, lengthy claim settlements that drag on for months and refusal to compensate consumers for loss of use of the vehicle.
POLICE in Penang are aware of five ‘lorong tikus’ (illegal routes) used by motorists to sneak in and out of the state without permission and will now tighten measures along these routes.
As Malaysians celebrate Hari Raya this week, the balik kampung tradition will have to be given a miss again. However, our thoughts can still carry us home.
KOTA BHARU (Bernama): Kelantan police busted two drug trafficking syndicates, known as "Mat Yo" and "Datin", detaining 13 individuals, including four Thai women, and seizing various types of drugs with a total value of almost RM7mil, in four separate raids conducted since Wednesday (May 5).
IPOH: An 89-year-old man died after an accident involving four different vehicles at Jalan Gopeng – Kampar on Sunday (May 9).
BRUSSELS (Bloomberg): The European Union and India agreed to resume long-stalled talks on a free trade deal in an effort to strengthen their economic cooperation in the face of an increasingly assertive China.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Billionaire Elon Musk dropped a surprise early in his hotly anticipated turn as host of "Saturday Night Live," saying in his monologue that he "is the first person with Asperger's" to host the show, before clowning through skits for the first global livestream of the NBCUniversal comedy show.
It’s hard to measure whether having GPS apps on our smartphones is positive or negative for the planet, but some environmentalists are sceptical.
LA PAZ (Reuters) - Rail line operators are re-establishing a train system to carry Bolivian exports to Chile's Pacific ports for the first time in 16 years, holding out hope of an increase in regional trade.