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Indon illegals going home

More than 8,000 Indonesian illegal immigrants took advantage of the amnesty provided by the Government to return home on the eve of Hari Raya via the various ports in the country.


Tan: Crime rate at alarming level

Crime rate has leaped to an alarming level, with 434 cases reported daily in the first nine months of this year, says Deputy Home Minister Datuk Tan Chai Ho.


Breast cancer coverage plan

Socso may include coverage for members suffering from breast cancer.


Sending wrong signal

From R.A.R., Kuala Lumpur


Leave early, illegals advised

Illegal immigrants who are leaving the country during this amnesty period should do so early and not wait for the last few days to avoid a rush, Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat said.


Groups to help stranded illegal workers return home

I>TAMIL NESAN/Iand another Indian organisation will raise funds for Indian illegal immigrants who are stranded here and cannot afford to fly home.


Foreign workers sent home must be registered on return

Employers can make arrangements for illegal Indonesian workers sent home under the coming amnesty period to return to work in Malaysia legally, Home Minister Datuk Azmi Khalid said.


Amnesty extended to all illegals

Illegal foreign workers, irrespective of their nationalities and regardless of their immigration offences, have 17 days to return to their countries under an amnesty programme, beginning Oct 29.


Amnesty for Indonesian illegals if they leave before Raya

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said the Government has given amnesty to thousands of Indonesian illegal workers to return home without any penalty before the Hari Raya celebration.


Earning in pounds proves a major draw

WHEN Jocelyn (not her real name) arrived in Manchester, England, on a tourist visa six months ago, her sole purpose was to get a job.