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THE Bukit Aman Narcotics Crime Investigation Department (NCID), together with Penang and Perak NCID, have crippled a drug processing and distribution syndicate worth RM177,210 in 10 raids in Penang and Perak.
THE Federal Territories Land and Mines Office (PPTGWP) is considering invoking the National Land Code 1965 (NLC) as a strategy to force owners to clean up their properties that have become derelict and pose a threat to public health and safety.
Abandoned homes causing a nuisance to neighbours is a multifaceted problem in Selangor.
THE increasing number of abandoned and derelict houses is a grave concern that affects both urban and rural areas.
TRADERS allocated lots at Klang‘s Little India Deepavali bazaar will have the space forfeited immediately if they sublet or auction to others.
LOCAL government expert Derek Fernandez said the law governing activities like sand mining and sand washing comes under the National Land Code 1965 (NLC) and the land office is its governing agency.
Property owners must ensure that a tenancy agreement is in place to prevent themselves from being prosecuted if illegal activities are conducted on their premises.
INCOMING Perak Crime chief Senior Asst Comm Goh Kok Liang is determined to improve the public’s perception of crime.