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Driven by spirit of volunteerism

Mohammed Khalid was not a doctor but he made good use of his skills as a truck driver to help people in war-torn Iraq earlier this year. Now back in Malaysia, he harbours hope of volunteering again, reports WONG LI ZA.

All counters at immigration department manned

Those turning up at the Immigration Department headquarters were happy to find all the counters opened and ready to receive passport applications.

Man sneaks into MAS plane and flies to Bali

A 24-year-old Sabahan sneaked into a Malaysia Airlines aircraft at the KL International Airport and flew to Bali, not only without a ticket but also without a passport and boarding pass.

Improve service, Aseh tells Immigration

A furious Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat, who made a surprise visit to the Immigration Department headquarters, ordered the staff to process all applications coming in today and tomorrow and not limit the number of customers served.

Factory worker held over murder

Police have arrested a 23-year-old factory worker in connection with the death of a food stall owner found sprawled in an oil palm plantation at Ladang Pinji in Simpang Pulai here on Tuesday.

Excess baggage

IT WAS the eve of my maid#8217;s departure to visit her family in Indonesia, and she was confronted with a huge problem. Well, two huge problems, to be exact.

Lawlessness just getting worse in Baghdad

When the Iraqi police came knocking on businessman Yunus Kadam's door at 7am on Nov 10, he had no qualms about opening the door. After all, they were policemen.

Passport perk for retirees

From S.W. HO, Malacca (via e-mail)

Two charged over luxury car tax evasion and forgery

A British businessman has been charged in the Sessions Court with 33 counts of offences under the Customs Act, including evading RM1.8mil in duties of six luxury cars and forging Customs forms and rubber stamps.

Centre not a whole lot better after PM’s visit

Immigration staff at Pusat Bandar Damansara have not shown a marked improvement in efficiency, a week after Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi's surprise visit, reported I>Sin Chew Daily./I>