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RM88 daily charge for foreign cars in S’pore

Foreign-registered cars travelling in Singapore will no longer need to install the In-Vehicle Unit (IU) following the Land Transport Authority's decision to charge a fixed rate of S$10 (RM22) per day for Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges.


Man needs proper roof over his head

B>H/B>OME to former labourer Koay Eng Huat @ Soon Eng Huat has been reduced to a dilapidated storeroom from a two-room flat after an accident three years ago.


Massive porn VCD haul

Police scored a major success in their fight against smut when they seized pornographic video compact discs (VCDs) worth RM253, 000 in a house in Cheras.


Late penalty exemption for developers

Housing developers who surrender open spaces in previous projects to the state government to be gazetted as land for recreational purposes will not have to pay quit rent arrears or late penalties.


Creative campus tie-up

CREATIVE Technology, the Singapore company which produces soundcards used in computers around the world, joined hands with a Malaysian university in what is said to be the first tie-up of its kind here.


New home in Kepala Batas for community centre

A community centre under the Yayasan Budi Penyayang Malaysia which focuses on educational activities and skills development will be operational by January. To be called Pusat Budi Penyayang, the two-storey centre will be located on a 0.84ha area in Bertam, Kepala Batas.

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Public shaming of adulterers

B>HANOI/B>: Fretting over the erosion of traditional values, officials of a city in communist Vietnam are to publicly expose anyone caught having an affair.


Ban on social dancing in Terengganu irks MCA

The decision to ban social dancing by the PAS-led Terengganu government has drawn flak from the MCA leadership who called the move an infringement on the rights of non-Muslims to practise their way of life.


Utar to have largest land bank

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) is set to become the university with the biggest land bank with the latest pledge of land by yet another state government, its council chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said.


Council nod needed for cultural dances

Chinese cultural dances at the state-owned Primula Beach Resort are allowed only with approval from the Kuala Terengganu Municipal Council.