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Ex-hostages happy over Ullah's escape

The escape of Rolland Ullah, the last Sipadan hostage, from the clutches of Abu Sayyaf gunmen in the Philippines island of Jolo, marked the end to the infamous Easter Sunday kidnappings in Sabah three years ago.

Martial arts courses with degree link here

Internationally recognised martial arts courses leading to degree programmes offered by Ansted University BVI of UK are now available in Malaysia.

US urged to drop advisory

Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation has urged the United States to withdraw its travel advisory on Sabah.

Over 3,000 illegals held in op

Over 10,000 people have been screened 10 days into the fourth phase of the statewide all-out war against illegal immigrants and squatters.

National hospital for women, children by 2007

The Health Ministry will build a national specialist hospital for women and children near the Kuala Lumpur Hospital.

A-G: Regional treaty needed to fight crime

Events in recent months have made many South-East Asian countries #8220;painfully aware#8221; of the menace of transnational crime, Attorney-General Datuk Abdul Gani Patail said.

More than 8,400 pirated VCDs seized

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry has seized more than 8,400 pirated video compact discs (VCDs) worth RM66,200 in separate operations throughout the country.

Pak Lah satisfied with security on Sipadan

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi visited Sipadan and expressed satisfaction with security on the island, a diving haven in Semporna waters off the east coast of Sabah.

Australian Airlines starts flights to Kota Kinabalu

Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) said that Australian Airlines has started non-stop flights from Sydney to Kota Kinabalu.

'No need for matchmaking as yet'

The Women and Family Development Ministry will organise a matchmaking programme, if the need arises, to help solve the problem of educated women marrying late.