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Two years and still waiting for loan

A student from Inti College pursuing an accountancy degree under an external degree programme has yet to receive the study loan from the National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) which she applied for in 2001.

EPF tightens controls on withdrawal scheme

The Employees Provident Fund has introduced four compulsory procedures to tighten controls on its death withdrawal scheme following a fraudulent withdrawal case uncovered last month.

Finance chief's luxury car gives more problems

B>HONG KONG:/BThe luxury car purchase saga of Financial Secretary Antony Leung took another twist when it was revealed that he had made a larger tax savings than reported because he was given a hefty discount by the car dealer.

Pak Lah wants probe into EPF scams

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has called for a probe into alleged scams relating to withdrawals from the Employees' Provident Fund to gain back public confidence in the EPF.

Pensioner let down by sinseh

A pensioner learned the painful way he was cheated when he sought treatment for impotency from a so-called I>sinseh (/I>Chinese medicine manI>) /I>last month.

Cheque-theft ring busted

Police have busted a syndicate believed to have raked in millions by altering cheques stolen from letterboxes throughout the Klang Valley with the arrest of three members including its mastermind and a postman.

Money taken from NUBE not returned in full, says faction

A faction of the National Union of Bank Employees (NUBE) has only paid back part of the RM1.2mil withdrawn from the union's coffers last week.

Four EPF members punished for fraud

Four EPF contributors were yesterday imposed sentences ranging from a RM3,000 fine to 30 days#8217; jail by the magistrate#8217;s court here after pleading guilty to using false documents to withdraw their savings.

Excelling in export services

LIMKOKWING University College of Creative Technology's achievements and its success in the recruitment of international students were given due recognition when it won the Ministry of Trade and Industry's Export Excellence (Services) Award recently.

Potential savings in energy use

A Malaysia Energy Centre audit conducted last year in 24 Malaysian-based factories has revealed the potential for reductions in energy costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.