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Ipoh police chief leaving to assume position in the Royal Malaysian Police College in KL

IT WAS about 40 years ago when outgoing Ipoh OCPD Senior Asst Comm Sum Chang Keong, a teenager then, first encountered gang members and got robbed of his belongings.

Datukship holders mark anniversary

THE role of a Datuk remains steadfast despite changing times.

Ayub: Keep an eye on kids’ social media usage

JOHOR BARU: Parents have been urged to closely monitor their children’s social media activities in order to avoid them becoming victims of sexual abuse.

Newsletter launched to debunk fake news

A NEWSLETTER to promote programmes by the Government and to debunk fake and seditious news against the Government and leaders was launched in Hutan Melintang.

Faulty electrical sources top list as cause of fires

LIKE a thief in the night, fire can rob one’s life and property in the blink of an eye. In this decade, there have been many tragedies where people have been killed in high-rise infernos in the Asian region. Malaysia’s record of deaths caused by fires are not exemplary.

Give priority to safety of our senior citizens

SENIOR citizens need to be better protected as they are more vulnerable to criminals and syndicates.

Customise guidelines for home loans, please

BANK Negara Malaysia has been urged to look into setting specific guidelines for home loans in every state and not use one as a blanket rule for the whole country.

Penang govt to lodge report over white lantern fake news

The Penang government did not hang white lanterns, considered inauspicious because they are used during funerals, along Cheong Fatt Tze Road in conjunction with Chinese New Year, said Tanjong MP Ng Wei Aik.

Civil servants rewarded for reporting bribery

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) gave out RM30,990 to civil servants for reporting on bribery cases.

Festive fun at MCA media night

LAUGHTER and merriment filled the air in San Choon Hall, Wisma MCA, Kuala Lumpur, as MCA leaders and members of the media celebrated Chinese New Year together.