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ABOUT 500 needy folk from the Ashby Flats in Ipoh received foodstuff from Perak MCA to lighten their burden during the movement control order.
IPOH: A housewife was left with a bloodied face and possibly permanent scarring after she was allegedly assaulted by a second-hand car dealer here.
IPOH: When 39-year-old Rohani Kamaruddin's lorry driver husband lost his job last year, their livelihood began to spiral downwards.
Someone to watch over them: Elderly parents hoping to secure care for disabled sons 'when we're gone'
IPOH: At 73, housewife Chew Kam Har is getting on in years and she is worried about the welfare of her two disabled sons.
IPOH: Four tenants are being harassed by a conman who sublet a house to them after they decided to pay the rent to the actual owner of the house.
IPOH: A customer service representative is at her wits' end after her e-commerce account was apparently hacked and her credit card used to buy more than RM18,000 worth of items.
THE government should introduce a “lemon law” provision into the Consumer Protection Act 1999.
IPOH: The Perak MCA public service and complaints bureau will be assisting people, especially senior citizens, to register for the National Covid-19 Immunisation Programme.
IPOH: The tailor whose pet dog was shot and killed in Tanjung Rambutan hopes that the shooter will be caught.
PEOPLE are still falling prey to scams despite the high number of reports on the topic being disseminated every day.