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More Malaysians nabbed for smuggling tobacco products

JOHOR BARU: At least four Malaysians were detained for allegedly trying to smuggle contraband cigarettes and chewing tobacco worth S$195,000(RM546,000) into Singapore in three separate raids within eight hours.


Adenan wants another term to narrow rich-poor gap amd solve other issues

KUCHING: Chief Minister Tan Sri Adenan Satem has repeated his call for the people to give him five more years in office.


NS Prisons upset the formbook

NEGRI SEMBILAN Prisons not only created an upset but also dented Kuala Lumpur Real Mulia’s title ambitions in the FAM Cup competition.


MBPJ seizes goods from two shopping malls

OUTLETS in shopping malls operating without a business licence paid the price as the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) cracked down on offenders recently.


37 detained for drug offences

MERSING: Police detained 37 suspected drug addicts in four separate locations here.


Community’s fight against narcotics abuses yields positive results

MALACCA: The proactive involvement of the community with the implementation of Caring Community House to combat the drug scourge in Malacca has yielded positive results said State Health, Sport Development and Anti-Drug committee chairman Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim.


Police conduct raids on 28 entertainment centres from January to September

SIBU: Police here have discovered that entertainment outlets have been used by criminals to indulge in the habit of abusing drugs following the arrest of 115 people.


MBSA raids shops in Section 17 for defective or expired goods

SHOPOWNERS in Section 17 Shah Alam were surprised when Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) officers paid them a visit to check on the condition of the goods in their stores.


More than 1,750 fake watches seized

JOHOR BARU: Over 1,750 units of counterfeit watches of various brands worth RM56,400 were seized from a popular shopping mall here.


All out against errant traders

WITH the increase in cigarette price and the uncertainty over the legality of vaping in the country, one thing is for certain – demand for illegal cigarettes will remain high, and continue to grow.