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Thousands unable to pay utility bills face power cut

THE prolonged economic downturn has resulted in thousands of families being unable to pay their utility bills and MPs say they are seeing more cases of those who have had their power supply cut off.


No local SARS transmission

Malaysia is safe from local transmission of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. There have been no cases so far of patients down with probable or suspected SARS from local contacts, said Health Minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng.


Crackdown on illegals in Sabah

Sabah police is launching a crackdown against illegal immigrants in the state following the killing of a 12-year-old boy and an off-duty policeman in the past week.


Fewer pirate attacks in Malaysian waters

Pirate attacks in Malaysian waters recorded a slight drop during the first half of this year, compared to the same period last year, from seven to five cases.


Rep makes ACA report against Klang council

A report was lodged with the Anti-Corruption Agency on Friday over the move by the Klang Municipal Council (MPK) to purchase official attire worth RM100,000 for the council president, 24 councillors and heads of department.


Nine dengue cases reported in Penang

There are nine confirmed dengue cases including one death in Bukit Mertajam, said state Health, Welfare and Caring Society Committee chairman Datuk Dr K. Rajapathy.


Man charged with five counts of incest

A twice-married labourer was charged in the Sessions Court in Miri Friday with committing five counts of incest against his 14-year-old daughter.


Johor MCA: We didn’t interfere in police work

The state MCA has denied meddling or interfering with police investigations even though some of the work done by the party, especially through its public complaints bureau, is connected with police work.


ACA: Probe on 11 MPs completed

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) has completed investigations into 11 of the 16 cases of alleged excessive mileage claims by MPs, its director-general Datuk Zulkipli Mat Nor said Monday.


Hawker foils 'charming' attempt

A vegetable seller caught a 29-year-old Chinese national who was trying to #8220;charm#8221; an elderly lady into parting with her valuables in Jinjang Utara last Wednesday.