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THE Consumer Claims Tribunal Malaysia received 2,288 complaints between January and June this year, mostly from Kuala Lumpur (517 cases), Putrajaya (398) and Selangor (383).
BUSINESS owners at shoplots in Laman Rimbunan Kepong are hoping police will increase patrols following a spate of break-ins there.
FIREFIGHTERS are community heroes who are respected for the role they play.
ONLINE shopping scams were rampant during the movement control order between March and June, according to statistics by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.
A CHILD who only recently learnt to walk will undergo surgery to address his congenital heart condition, using financial aid from Star Foundation’s Medical Fund programme.
JOHOR BARU: A secondary school in Johor Jaya is looking to repair a wall at its entrance that had been damaged by recent floods.
THE Penang government is adopting the ‘carrot and stick’ approach to address domestic violence (DV) in the state.
HOSPITAL Raja Permaisuri Bainun cardiology team performed its first procedure at the new RM237mil women, children and cardiology complex in Ipoh.
DENGUE cases in Selangor increased slightly after restrictions imposed in the earlier phases of the movement control order (MCO) were eased.