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The Doctor Says

A sickening virus

A look at the rogue virus that causes severe diarrhoea among young children.


Cable theft ring smashed

Police in Kuala Selangor believe they have smashed a syndicate specialising in stealing telephone cables in several districts around here with the arrest of eight locals and two foreigners.


Three metal thieves caught in the act

Three men were caught red-handed as they tried to break into a facility housing a telecommunications transmitter.


Tougher laws needed to check Mat Rempit

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Kuala Lumpur


Wanita Barisan wants Rafidah in Cabinet

WANITA Barisan Nasional wants Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi to reinstate its chairman and Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz into the Cabinet.


Tutor: I’m an innocent victim

A tutor with no dealings with loan sharks, opened the door early one morning to go out with his girlfriend when he discovered his porch awash with red paint.


Wholesaler charged over deaths

A vegetable wholesaler was charged with killing a family of five who died in a fire in Taman Song Choon here last year.


Man charged with murders of ex-wife and family

A vegetable wholesaler was charged with killing a family of five who died in a fire at their house in Ipoh on May 31 last noshade size=1 width=50%>


Six bogus cops held for robbery

KEPALA BATAS: Police have arres-ted the six men who allegedly posed as policemen and robbed foreign workers at construction sites here.


Cops wrapping up blog sedition probe

Police are in the final stage of investigations into a sedition case involving a blogger, said Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Fu Ah Kiow.