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EC warns car wash against free service gimmick

SEREMBAN: A car wash has stopped its offer of free services for Rantau voters after the Election Commission (EC) stepped in as it had appeared to be inducing support for a political party.

EC puts a stop to free car wash for Rantau voters

SEREMBAN: The Election Commission (EC) stepped in to stop a car wash operator offering free services to Rantau by-election voters on Sunday (April 7).

Girl with reversed heart needs donations

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Elisya Najwa Abdullah, who has a reversed heart, needs RM40,000 for surgery next year, Utusan Malaysia reported.

Ready for the inevitable

OVER one million residents in the Klang Valley who are affected by the three-day water cut starting today, spent the last few days making preparations to store water to face the disruption.

Sewerage upgrading project stalled by underground rocks

THE Papan 1 sewerage upgrading project in Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, Ipoh has been stalled for three weeks getting premises owners impatient and upset.

Cars pour into workshops

GEORGE TOWN: Motor workshops and car wash operators here are facing a different kind of deluge now. The workshops are being flooded with the thousands of cars damaged after last weekend’s storm while the car wash centres are also inundated with people who want to get rid of the mud and sludge in their vehicles.

Man nabbed for slapping worker at car wash

PETALING JAYA: The man who allegedly hit a foreign worker in the face and broke his nose for messing up his car during a car wash has been arrested by police.

Cops arrest man who allegedly assaulted car wash worker

PETALING JAYA: The man who allegedly hit a foreign worker in the face, breaking his nose, has been arrested by police.

Video of attack at car wash goes viral

PETALING JAYA: Footage of a man slapping a foreign worker in the face for allegedly dirtying his car has gone viral.

Two Thanabalans shot in separate incidents

PETALING JAYA: Two drive-by shootings – one in Kajang and another in Sungai Petani – have raised fears of renewed gangland violence, which had been on the wane since Ops Cantas was launched in 2013. Ironically, both victims were called Thanabalan.