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Miri cops nab 25 people, solve 80 cases in anti-crime ops

MIRI: Miri police have arrested 25 people and solved 80 crime cases including armed robbery, stolen antiques, vehicles and valuables.

Strong winds, rough seas warning for east coast

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The weatherman has warned of strong north-easterly winds and rough seas in the waters off Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, eastern Johor, Sarawak and Sabah up to Tuesday (Dec 18).

PLUS to work with enforcement agencies to tackle haphazard parking near R&R areas

MELAKA: North-South Expressway (NSE) concessionaire PLUS expects to resolve the issue of heavy vehicles parking along the highway shoulder by working with the relevant enforcement agencies.

Melaka govt to meet PLUS officials to discuss issue of haphazard parking of heavy vehicles

MELAKA: The state government will meet with representatives from PLUS, the North-South expressway concessionaire, this week to discuss the risk posed by heavy vehicles parked along the road shoulders near the Ayer Keroh rest and recreation (R&R) area, leading up to the Ayer Keroh toll plaza.

Not accurate for TMJ to compare Pulau Kukup Sultanate land to UK crown lands

PETALING JAYA: No, a national park and Sultanate land are different, says a conservationist, on the controversial Pulau Kukup issue in Johor.

Kuantan boy born with six toes on each foot

MUHAMAD Harras Zaffran came into the world on Oct 6, healthy and kicking ... and with an extra pair of toes, Kosmo! reported.

Show of unity at Miri's 2018 Xmas parade

MIRI: In a show of "Sarawak-style" unity and harmony, politicians and community leaders from all political divides and races will be attending the Miri Christmas parade this year.

Discovery park a tourism landmark

AFTER launching the mindfully crafted 620ha Gamuda Cove township last September, Malaysian townmaker Gamuda Land reveals that a 20ha recreational park will become its first tourism and hangout spot to commence in that development.

RM1.2bil Penang budget reflects vision of inclusiveness and equal rights

GEORGE TOWN: The state budget for next year, at RM1.208bil, is a lot “leaner” than previous years.

Jagdeep: Biometrics is for security, not to violate workers’ rights

GEORGE TOWN: Biometrics like fingerprint scanners in proposed blue-collared foreign worker dormitory complexes are for residents’ security and not to “keep them in”, says state Housing Committee chairman Jagdeep Singh Deo (pic).