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MALACCA: Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has identified Sepang coastline as a hotspot for illegal landing and human trafficking activities due the topography of the site that is filled with mangroves and estates.
SAFETY at workplaces can help enterprises to prosper their ventures, said National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
MOVING in tandem with their mission to increase property ownership among bumiputras, Team Keris Bhd recently signed a purchasing and investment contract with six cooperatives in Perak.
MIRI: Foreign fishermen are gleefully joining in the peak of the shrimp-harvest season here in the waters of the South China Sea off northern Sarawak, but the maritime authorities are not amused.
MIRI: The Federal Government had put in tremendous effort to improve the services of federal departments and agencies related to the civil service in Sarawak, and the rakyat can already feel the benefits from these marked improvements, according to State Assistant Minister for Communications Datuk Lee Kim Shin.
I AM writing this piece in a Malaysian café in Melbourne where my kids have chosen to park themselves for the full duration of the school holidays.
JOHOR BARU: Ninety nine foreigners were caught off guard in an operation by the state Immigration Department at a construction site in Kampung Bakar Batu, here.
KUCHING: Executive College will hold its open day at its campus in Crown Square, Jalan Pending here, today from 9am to 4pm.
DEVELOPER Team Keris Berhad (TKB) will be launching its “Inisiatif Hartanah Bumiputera” programme this weekend that will showcase interesting property packages and discounts for the bumiputra market.
SIBU: The exploitation of over 100 Indonesian workers by an oil palm plantation at KM88 Sibu-Bintulu Road has caught the attention of Foreign Workers Rehabilitation and Counselling Centre and it wants the relevant authorities to step in to look into the matter.