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Melaka vows to end snatch thefts

MELAKA: It was not just another snatch theft case for Melaka’s top cop, who has vowed to resolve the case of a 61-year-old woman who died after she was attacked.

Gazetted city plan protects its people

THE Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) wishes to congratulate the Federal Territories Minister Khalid Samad and Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) for the successful gazetting of the Kuala Lumpur City Plan (KLCP 2020) on Oct 30.

Senior citizen fighting for her life after attempted snatch theft in Bayan Baru

BALIK PULAU: A 60-year-old economy rice seller is fighting for her life after she fell face down on the road as robbers tried to snatch her handbag in the wee hours of Saturday (Dec 1).

Traders seek more police patrols in ‘Little India’

KLANG: For many Malaysians, the mention of Jalan Tengku Kelana brings to mind “Little India”, a popular shopping area among the Indian community, especially for their Deepavali needs.

IGP: Good improvement in allocation to cops

THE Inspector-General of Police said the allocation for security forces, especially in terms of improving police personnel quarters, showed good improvement.

Police searching for man over snatch theft

KUALA TERENGGANU: Police are looking for a man to aid in investigations into a snatch theft here.

Suggestions to improve KL’s liveability

AS A resident of Kuala Lumpur, here are some suggestions for the new mayor to improve our liveability rankings.

Govt to improve public safety

PETALING JAYA: The government aims to improve public safety and security, including setting police response time at eight minutes and improving public perception.

Nightmare, one after another, for women assaulted by robber

KLANG: It was a harrowing time for an undergraduate and her housemate when they were waylaid by an armed robber. To make matters worse, their neighbours refused to help them.

‘Get tough with errant drivers’

PORT DICKSON: The courts should impose the harshest penalty on drivers responsible for causing deaths in accidents, says former Chief Justice Tun Zaki Azmi.