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37 detained for drug offences

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

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MBSA shuts down three dirty eateries

THREE food premises in Section 23, Shah Alam were ordered to close for being dirty following a raid by Shah Alam City Council (MBSA).

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Shah Alam cracks down on errant restaurants

SHAH ALAM: There will be no compromise for restaurants that flout council laws on cleanliness, placement of tables outside premises and more this year, says Shah Alam deputy mayor Mohd Rashidi Ruslan.

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Cops: Businesses doubling as gambling dens to risk losing licence

MIRI: In a move to intensify the war against illegal gambling, Sarawak police are recommending that local authorities withdraw the licences of business premises doubling as gambling dens.

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Mayor says no more silly overtime claims after RM1,300 submission

Overtime claims will be now closely scrutinised by the MBSA after a worker claimed RM1,300 for photostat chores on a Sunday, the Shah Alam full board meeting heard.

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No mercy stance on Sarawak’s gambling dens

MIRI: Sarawak local councils and cops are all out to stop the scourge of illicit gambling across the state.


Selangor to put a stop to illegal gambling

SOME of the 12 local authorities in Selangor have stopped issuing new licences to operators of amusement centres to prevent them from being turned into illegal gaming outlets.


Gambling dens still active in PJ Old Town

GAMBLING dens in Petaling Jaya need to be shut down for good instead of only being raided, said Bukit Gasing assemblyman R. Rajiv.


More drug arrests last year

A TOTAL of 13,458 drug offenders were arrested in Perak last year, said State Narcotics Criminal Investigations Department chief Asst Comm R. Ravi Chandran.


Dark side of entertainment centres

THE increase in video game outlets near residential areas around the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang is upsetting parents and teachers.