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Nation

Divorce settlement to be worked out

Actress-cum-model Rozita Abu Bakar and her ex-husband agreed to work out a divorce settlement when her cases were called up for a two-day hearing on Tuesday.

Nation

Prepaid users to get bills

Prepaid users will receive their handphone bills from their respective telcos by next month, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said.

Community

Mosquito menace rears its ugly head

Vacant houses in Bandar Baru, Batang Kali, in Hulu Selangor provide a haven for mosquitoes to breed.

Nation

22 sackings from 200 disciplinary cases

Two hundred disciplinary cases were filed against teachers from January to May this year, Deputy Education Minister Datuk Noh Omar said.

World

Imelda says no government deal, will win cases

MANILA (Reuters) - Former Philippine first lady Imelda Marcos said on Monday she was confident of being cleared in all cases of corruption against her in court, and dismissed speculation that she had done a deal with the government.

Nation

Teenager in contact with dead poultry warded

A teenage boy in Terengganu who came into contact with dead poultry that he reared has been admitted into hospital for fever and cough.

Nation

Two more hospitalised over bird flu symptoms

A teenaged boy in Terengganu has been admitted to hospital for fever and cough, while a 31-year old man who worked at the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre has been warded at the Sungai Buloh Hospital.

AseanPlus News

Conmen preying on gullible elderly folk

SEVERAL elderly women have been scammed of thousands of dollars in cash and jewellery.

World

FEATURE - Malaria, drug-resistant TB flourish in Myanmar

MAE SOT, Thailand (Reuters) - Simmering civil war, fake drugs and a non-existent health service in Myanmar are creating the perfect breeding ground for new, drug-resistant strains of killer diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis.

World

FEATURE - Malaria, drug-resistant TB flourish in Myanmar

MAE SOT, Thailand (Reuters) - Simmering civil war, fake drugs and a non-existent health service in Myanmar are creating the perfect breeding ground for new, drug-resistant strains of killer diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis.