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Open burning a decade-old problem in Johan Setia, Klang

OPEN burning activities in Kampung Johan Setia in Klang has continued to pollute the air, much to the anger of thousands of residents living around the peat soil area.

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Shah Alam hypermarket shuts for clean-up after rat videos

A hypermarket in Shah Alam closed its doors temporarily for a clean-up operation after a rat was filmed dashing around its bakery section.

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Foreigners say Ipoh is perfect for retirees

BEING a uniquely beautiful city with its own charm, Ipoh has also attracted researchers and experts in the field of retirement living. They were “swept away” in their recent study on Ipoh being a retirement destination for foreigners.

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Marathon sees 10,000 standing together to curb bullying

KOTA KINABALU: About 10,000 people ran together to curb bullying through kindness at the Unicef Borneo Marathon here as part of the #StandTogether campaign.

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Hikers to the rescue again on Penang Hill

Hikers on Penang Hill were kept busy with several cases of people fainting in the last few days and in the latest incident, a woman twisted her left ankle while coming down the steps from Level Five rest station.

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Criminals infiltrating residents’ chat groups

MIRI: Residents association (RA) committees set up chat groups on social media to share information about their neighbourhood activities but a few committees in Miri have shockingly discovered that criminals are infiltrating these chat groups.

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From outcasts to heroes

FORMER leprosy patients were celebrated for their courage at the launch of a story gallery at the Sungai Buloh Leprosy Settlement.

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Practise what we preach

Incident at court complex a lesson to Sarawakians on need to maintain religious and racial harmony.

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Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak

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Aid for almost all flood victims

THE Penang government has approved almost all the applications of flood victims for cash aid under the Penang Bounce Back programme except for a few thousand isolated cases.