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RM300 aid going to all flood victims in Penang

The RM300 compensation for every family affected by the floods in Penang last month is for all - irrespective of race, religion and political background, Deputy Agriculture Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shariff Omar said.


KL police launch SMS crime hotline

Two weeks after city police chief Comm Datuk Dell Akbar Khan released the mobile phone numbers of his key officers, the officers have received more than 800 SMS tip-offs on illegal activities in the city's six police districts.


Face competition, Finas tells producers

Film producers should not be afraid to face competition if they want the industry to grow, said National Film Development Corp (Finas) Director-General Datuk Mohd Shariff Ahmad.


Ministry extends ‘Fair Price Shop’ programme

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has expanded the 'Fair Price Shop' certification to shops nationwide, which will assure customers and tourists that they are getting good a good deal.


JKR to ensure all roads are safe

Road accidents during festive seasons occur largely because of drivers' attitude, said Public Works Department director-general Tan Sri Zaini Omar.


Azahari ‘used soap in bomb’

B>JAKARTA:/BA Malaysian explosives expert who built the Marriott hotel bomb in the Indonesian capital used dozens of bars of laundry soap to increase its deadliness, a report said yesterday.


Two months grace period

Some 10,000 motorists in the state will be given two months to settle their outstanding traffic summonses before police start tracking them down in I>Ops Warta/I>.


Bosnians paint woman’s house

This Hari Raya will be a special occasion for 89-year-old Siti Aishah Kassim as her small wooden house has been given a new look. This is following a visit by 12 Bosnian students from International Islamic University who spent a day cleaning and painting her rented home.


Alarming rise in kidnappings

An anti-crime group said yesterday that kidnapping cases in the Philippines had surged this year, as police found the body of the latest victim, a Chinese-Filipino executive with Coca Cola Export Corp.


‘Live’ greetings from Scotland

Modern technology has made Hari Raya more meaningful for the family of Wan Mahmood Wan Hussein, as they can now celebrate the festive occasion with their son although he is thousands of kilometres away in Scotland - thanks to video-conferencing.