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Petrol stations under probe over illegal sale of diesel

A midnight seizure of more than 2,000 litres of diesel on Monday is prompting Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry officials here to investigate if petrol station dealers are abetting those involved in the illegal sale of the subsidised fuel to industries.


Old lock-ups make it easy to escape

DETAINEES in police lock-ups can escape easily because the facilities are 'very old' and overcrowded, said Internal Security Ministry parliamentary secretary Datuk Abu Seman Yusop.


Petronas does not sideline non-bumis

NON-BUMIPUTRA companies are not sidelined from getting Petronas contracts because only 70% of the contracts are allocated for bumiputra companies.


Commercial crime unit to be upgraded

THE commercial crime division of the police force will be made a department in view of increasing losses of over RM3.6bil from such crimes between 2000 and August this year.


Four conferred Sabah's top title

Sabah's Yang diPertua Negri birthday honours list.


Polls panel and ACA heads among 439 award recipients

Election Commission chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Rahman and Anti-Corruption Agency director-general Datuk Seri Zulkipli Mat Noor head the list of 439 recipients of awards in conjunction with the 58th birthday celebrations of the Sabah Yang di-Pertua Negri Tun Ahmadshah Abdullah.


Beluran MP fails to unseat Aspa

Beluran MP Ronald Kiandee failed in his bid to unseat incumbent Beluran deputy chief Aspa Abdullah Sani in a second round of polling after the first round ended in a tie.


Qualified but still jobless

Some 100 graduates who obtained their teaching degrees from Indonesian universities are still unemployed in Sabah despite their courses being recognised by the Malaysian Government.


Barisan MPs rap Karpal for calling Mahathir ‘hantu’

BARISAN MPs saw red when Karpal Singh (DAP - Bukit Gelugor) used the word I>hantu /I>(ghost) to describe former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


Election hopefuls eyeing Beluran

Umno has come a long way in Sabah in the 13 years since it first set foot there, opening its doors to all bumiputras and producing the party's first two Christian members of parliament from the east coast's river-mouth constituency of Beluran.