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Redress sought for 200 pawnshop customers

The 200-odd pawnshop customers, who lost jewellery worth about RM400,000 during a robbery at a pawnshop in Bidor, Perak, last week, may be able to make their claims at the Consumer Tribunal.


Barriers in the way of a better future

Poverty eradication entails the inculcation of a progressive, hardworking and independent mindset among the affected communities. But what happens when there are restrictions along the way? K. S. USHA DEVI looks at the case of the orang asli.


Three siblings die in fire

A teenage girl and her two brothers were burnt to death when an early-morning fire destroyed 22 wooden shophouses and left 60 people homeless in Selekoh, about 10km from here, yesterday.


So hard to go to school

This week, I>StarEducation/I>'s series on primary education concludes with a look at the orang asli's dilemma in sending children to school on unreliable transportation, an empty stomach and for a syllabus that holds little relevance to them. HARIATI AZIZAN reports.


Check false numbers

From CONCERNED, Kuala Lumpur


RM9,000 fine for unlicensed ‘tax agent’

A 68-year-old man was fined RM9,000 by a magistrate's court in Tapah on nine counts of providing tax agency services without a valid licence.


Four held for posing as health inspectors

POLICE have detained four men who allegedly posed as health officers to demand money from farmers in Kampar, Perak, I>Tamil Nesan/Ireported.


Landslide delays delivery of greens

Vegetable produce from Cameron Highlands arrived late yesterday at the wholesale market in Selayang due to the closure of the North-South Expressway near Gua Tempurung after the landslide in the area on Monday.


Case of jogger beaten to death solved

With the arrest of a third suspect, police believe they have solved the case of the elderly man who died after being beaten up while out jogging.


Part of highway declared dangerous

A stretch of the Simpang Pulai-Cameron Highlands Highway at KM23.8 has been declared as dangerous and prone to landslides by engineers, Works Minister Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu said in Kuala Lumpur.