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I've three kittens to feed, says shoplifter

A hotel housekeeper, who admitted to stealing, begged a magistrate for reduced bail, saying she needed to feed her kittens at home.


Anwar’s ex-speechwriter’s appeal postponed

The Court of Appeal postponed the appeal of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's former speechwriter against a High Court decision to disallow his application for the authorities to provide him with a detailed schedule of his movements during his detention in 1998.


Charity drive to repair welfare homes

Baby products manufacturer Anakku and private radio station operator Rediffusion have selected 10 welfare homes in the Klang Valley through a charity drive over the airwaves aimed at improving the condition of charity homes in dire need of repairs.


Lecturing is all about giving

Unlike many bright graduates who opt for a career in engineering, law or medicine, Dr Chua Kok Hua's ambition was to be an educator. Chua chose to specialise in water and waste water engineering.



Briefly on: General election dry run by Sabah Umno; Food fair and walkathon; Park worker killed in crash and Summonses issued to bikers.


Suhakam: Prison overcrowded

Representatives of the Malaysian Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) on a visit to Kajang Women#8217;s Prison Thursday found overcrowding of grave concern.


Allegations of statutory rape damaging, says ex-Malacca CM

Former Malacca Chief Minister Tan Sri Abdul Rahim Tamby Chik said allegations of statutory rape as stated in posters and a book published by the DAP were serious because they had damaging implications on him as a father, husband, politician and a Muslim, the High Court heard yesterday.


Judge rejects juvenile’s application for bail

The High Court in Seremban rejected an application for bail filed by a juvenile, who is jointly charged with his elder brother with the murder of a grandfather and his grandson more than two years ago.


Students go on rampage at Dusun Tua youth training centre

About 300 students from the Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara at Dusun Tua, Batu 16 Hulu Langat, went on a three-hour rampage at their dormitories, leaving behind smashed window panes and burnt mattresses.


Self regulate business, says Muhyiddin

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry wants beauty, slimming and hairdressing parlours and laundry outlets to be more ethical in their business dealings and services to consumers.