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DESPITE the novel coronavirus scare, Hindus along with foreign tourists thronged Batu Caves to show their devotion and enjoy the Thaipusam celebration.
SIBU: A company manager was cheated of RM96,000 in a parcel scam.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Retail stores visited by a group of Chinese tourists linked to the nation's first local cluster of coronavirus infection appear to have been hit by the outbreak.
SIBU: A shop assistant fell in love with her online friend who claimed he was a doctor, but her brief affair resulted in her losing RM10,800 instead.
An Indian family in Kapar, Klang, lost about RM20,000 worth of gold jewellery in an early morning burglary on Saturday, reported Malaysia Nanban.
COPENHAGEN: Danish jewellery maker Pandora, which is struggling to revive its brand amid sluggish sales, said on Tuesday it had seen an improvement in the fourth quarter but that it would not return to sales growth this year.
KEPALA BATAS: A burglar was caught red-handed by two civic-minded residents after he broke into a house in the Bertam Perdana residential area here on Monday (Feb 3).
AN old shophouse in Falim, Ipoh was broken into four times within seven days before Chinese New Year.
GAZA (Reuters) - Bridegrooms in the Gaza Strip are finding marriage a path to debtors' prison rather than to happiness.
PHUKET, Thailand (Reuters) - The narrow laneways and pastel-coloured shophouses of Phuket Old Town are usually bustling with Chinese tourists during the Lunar New Year holiday, but travel bans and local fears about coronavirus have largely emptied the streets this year.