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Fatimah longs to reunite with son

She got lost while walking alone along the New Klang Valley Expressway to her son's house. Fatimah Ghazali, who is in her 70s and is senile, was found wandering along the expressway by a policeman at 8pm on Friday night.

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Dengue fever strikes again

The dengue season is back due to the weather pattern the country is experiencing, disease control director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said.

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Trader pays RM20,000 for wrecked ship’s scrap metal

A BUSINESSMAN paid RM20,000 for scrap metal from a Japanese army ship wreckage, believed to be buried at Pantai Kampung Mangkok in Terengganu, I>Mingguan Malaysia/Ireported yesterday.

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Don’t get carried away, girls warned

Mentri Besar Datuk Mohamad Hasan has a piece of advice for teenage girls - don't be seduced by sweet-talkers lest you end up getting raped by them.

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Police cripple fake IC syndicate in Kota Kinabalu

Police in two Sabah districts have crippled an identity card forgery operation following two separate raids at a house here.

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PM's wife to play key role in bring back traditional values

The Prime Minister's wife hopes to play a key role in bringing back traditional values, which she says Malaysian society is at risk of losing.

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Women in media told to increase networking

Women in the media need to increase networking to build stronger associations and support on the sharing of experiences and problems, said I>The Star/Igroup editorial/education adviser Datuk Ng Poh Tip.

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Chinese Embassy probes 14 reports of cheating

THE Chinese Embassy has received 14 reports of cheating involving Malaysian and Chinese businessmen in the last four months, according to Chinese newspapers.

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What are the options to get units completed?

Writes SRN of Petaling Jaya.

Nation

Media free to help patients

The media will soon be allowed to publicise appeals by needy patients and collect funds for them without having to obtain prior approval from the Health Ministry.