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Shakeup in skating biz

THE initially innocuous business of renting out roller and inline skates in public promenades and cycling lanes in Penang has turned into a public danger.


Councils seize PCs and furniture at illegal gambling dens

GAMBLERS in Sepang will be missing their lucky chairs, following a joint operation by several city councils that confiscated furniture in addition to the usual computers from illegal gambling dens.


Programme to help the homeless gets state nod

THE Penang government has recently approved the ‘Empowering the Street Citizens’ programme with a fund of RM560,000, says state Welfare Committee chairman Phee Boon Poh.


Beggars rounded up in joint raid

IN AN effort to get rid of beggars and those who solicit funds on the streets, the Gombak District Welfare Department organised a joint raid that managed to round up 11 people, including a woman, recently.


Foreign child beggars playing hide-and-seek with the authorities

THERE seems to be no end to the hide-and-seek game between the authorities and foreign child beggars in Selangor.


Illegal stalls near Sentul flats remain a nuisance

BANDAR Baru Sentul Phase 3 Flats residents wonder what it will take to permanently clear a row of illegal traders after countless raids over several years.


Illegal immigrants entering Pengerang nabbed in joint ops

KOTA TINGGI: A joint operation between the marine police and the army has thwarted an attempt by 13 illegal immigrants, including seven women, to sneak into the country in Pengerang here.


Illegal gambling dens return to Port Klang

AFTER lying low for about a year, the operators of illegal gaming outlets are back in operation in Port Klang making the town popular for gamblers.


Don’t mess with us, cops warn gambling operators

JOHOR BARU: Police will not be deterred by threats from gambling den operators in their efforts to eradicate the illegal activity statewide.


MISC-MIFA win thrilling final

THE Malaysian Indian Sports Council-Malaysian Indian Football Association (MISC-MIFA) were crowned the new FAM Cup champions.