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MISC-MIFA win thrilling final

THE Malaysian Indian Sports Council-Malaysian Indian Football Association (MISC-MIFA) were crowned the new FAM Cup champions.

Don’t mess with us, cops warn gambling operators

JOHOR BARU: Police will not be deterred by threats from gambling den operators in their efforts to eradicate the illegal activity statewide.

Shakeup in skating biz

THE initially innocuous business of renting out roller and inline skates in public promenades and cycling lanes in Penang has turned into a public danger.

600 cops in Sibu ready for election

SIBU: Almost all of the 600 policemen here will be involved in the coming state election.

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.

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.

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.

For a better life in the FTs

KUALA Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan are on the right track to becoming cleaner and more liveable cities, provided that the people practise tolerance and have civic consciousness, Federal Territories Minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor said.

Community’s fight against narcotics abuses yields positive results

MALACCA: The proactive involvement of the community with the implementation of Caring Community House to combat the drug scourge in Malacca has yielded positive results said State Health, Sport Development and Anti-Drug committee chairman Datuk Ab Rahaman Ab Karim.

MBPJ seizes goods from two shopping malls

OUTLETS in shopping malls operating without a business licence paid the price as the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) cracked down on offenders recently.