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Passive strategy can aid road safety

From DR PHUA KAI LIT, Kuala Lumpur

Nation

Check security, MAS and MAB told

The Government has directed Malaysian Airports Bhd and Malaysia Airlines to conduct an audit of their security system following recent security breaches at the KL International Airport.

Letters

Unhealthy lifestyle on the road

From KO CHUNG SEN of Penang.

Nation

Whip traffic offenders, urge NGOs

NON-governmental organisations have urged the Government to whip traffic offenders to reduce the number of accidents.

Nation

Public forum planned on causes of accidents and traffic offences

The Government will hold a public forum to discuss the causes and factors that have led to an increase in accidents and traffic summonses, especially during the festive season. Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said every factor and the causes of accidents, including the high number of summonses issued, would be analysed and discussed in detail at the forum.

Letters

Don’t be shy of tougher measures on the roads

ENOUGH is enough: far too many people have been killed and maimed in horrible traffic accidents on our roads. These painful events are all the more tragic when virtually all of them are so avoidable and unnecessary.

Letters

Sosco can ill-afford to foot bill for accidents outside the workplace

The Malaysian Employers Federation wants the Government to reinstate the Socso benefits for workers injured during sports and other social events. V.K. CHIN comments.

Nation

Raya warning for probationary drivers

Errant probationary drivers who are booked for driving on emergency lanes, beating red lights or overtaking at double lines during the Hari Raya holiday season will have their driving licences revoked.

Nation

10 minutes for cops to respond

Ten minutes - that's how fast patrol cars should respond to public calls for help when the police carry out their sector patrolling here.

Nation

Free service at safety campaign

Hong Leong Yamaha mechanics providing free inspection at a makeshift shed during the one-day I>balik kampung/Isafety campaign organised by the Malaysia Motorcycle and Scooter Dealers Association and Hong Leong Yamaha Distributors Sdn Bhd at Dataran Ipoh.