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Keadilan official remanded

An opposition party leader arrested after he allegedly sped off from a police roadblock along the North-South Expressway and knocked down a policeman on duty in the process, will be remanded until Friday.


Opposition man hits cop at roadblock

An opposition party leader has been arrested after he allegedly sped off from a police roadblock along the North-South Expressway after hitting a policeman.


250 game machines confiscated

Police found 250 video game machines worth RM300,000 kept hidden beneath a canvas at a housing area in Bukit Kuda.


Cinema cashing in on VCD raids by raising ticket prices

AS a larger number of movie fans return to cinemas following the Government#8217;s crackdown on pirated VCDs, a cinema operator has been accused of cashing in by increasing ticket prices, reported I>Nanyang Siang Pau/I>.


Residents lodge reports over bills

I>MALAYSIA Nanban/Ihighlighted complaints by Teluk Intan residents who received bills and legal notices from telecommunications firms for services they did not subscribe to.


Grandma rewarded for role during Emergency

When the nation began to experience its worst phase of communist insurgency in 1948, Ramlah Senan went to the police station nearest to her home in Bidor, Perak and signed up to become a Woman Special Constable.


Two old people die in separate fires

Two elderly people were burnt to death in two separate fires in Bidor and Ipoh yesterday.


Need for strict checks on public places to prevent SARS



SARS scare prompts brisk sales of masks

THE sale of masks has soared in Johor Baru following the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome scare, with some shops imposing a purchase limit of three boxes per buyer, I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Ireported.


Demand for tilapia expected to boost fish industry

The tilapia has been identified as one of the priority fish species by the National Economic Action Council to boost fish production.