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Four nabbed for having 16.1g of heroin in house

MERSING: Three women and a 20-year-old man were arrested for storing heroin in their house in Kampung Pengkalan Batu here.


Welfare Dept: Most beggars and children resume begging on streets after being released

A MAJORITY of the foreigners caught by the authorities for begging, will return to their old habit after laying off temporarily.


Drugs worth RM480,000 seized

JOHOR BARU: Police have confiscated 9,600 Ecstasy pills and 2.98g of Syabu worth a total RM480,000 following a raid at a house in Kulai.


Man escapes gallows on drug charge

Justice Datuk Mohd Sofian Abdul Razak sentenced Seeni Mohamed Syed Naina, 27, to 15 years’ imprisonment and 10 strokes of the rotan after amending the charge from 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act to Section 12(2) for possession.


Better assets for enforcement

JOHOR BARU: The Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) is planning to buy 10 additional airboats to improve their enforcement operations in Malaysian waters.


37 illegals in Kuching, Kota Samarahan detained

KUCHING: The Immigration Department detained 37 illegal immigrants during several operations in Kuching and Kota Samarahan over the past week.


Call to flush out illegal foreign traders at Selayang market

He also wants Indian traders to be allowed to enter the wholesale market following an alleged brawl between them and foreign traders last week.


Defending champs knocked out

MAFC and Selangor Indian Football Association (SIFA) created big upsets in the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) FA Cup competition.


Khushairi seals it for PKNS

FORMER champions PKNS are on course to an impressive outing in the Football Association of Selangor (FAS) league.


No more worries for licensed night market traders

THE festive mood is fully present among Taman Bukit Gembira night market traders this Chinese New Year as for the first time in 21 years, they can conduct their business without worrying about raids by authorities since they have been legalised by Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL).