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I would like to share my recent experience taking the KTM Komuter train service.
SOME of the 23,400 families in Kelantan, Pahang, and Terengganu have started using the one-off flood relief allowance of RM250 they received from MyKasih Foundation.
THREE years ago, in one of my first few columns in this newspaper, I highlighted the loophole at Kuching International Airport that allows passengers from outside Sarawak to mingle with passengers arriving from within Sarawak at the airside arrival hall and then walk straight out of the airport without passing through immigration control.
HUNDREDS of people flocked to the Penang Bridge toll plaza sales office in Prai to buy Touch N’ Go cards in view of the cashless system which will start on Sept 9.
PLUS Malaysia will station its personnel in the Bukit Kayu Hitam toll booths in Kedah to sell Touch ‘n Go cards when the electronic toll collection (ETC) system is implemented from Sept 9.