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LAST_UPDATEWed, 06 May 2015 10am

Topless In Petaling Street: Accused Out On Bail

Pic: Youtube screenshot

KUALA LUMPUR: After an eight-day detention at the Kajang Prison, a woman who allegedly went topless in Jalan Petaling here recently, was released on bail by the magistrate’s court today.

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Fined Over Poisons In Beauty Products

KOTA KINABALU: A 37-year-old man was fined RM4,500 by the Sessions Court here yesterday for three convictions of possessing and selling prohibited items.

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News Portal Twisted My Statement In Rompin - Hasan Malek

KUALA LUMPUR: Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Minister Datuk Seri Hasan Malek regards the action of a news portal in twisting his statement when campaigning in Rompin recently as "fishing in troubled waters".

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Female Crime Gangs In State Unlikely, Says Abdul Karim

KUCHING: Women in the state are not likely to start their own organised crime syndicates but the authorities must not be complacent.

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Hypermarket Loses Over RM400,000 In Robbery

The security guard who was injured in the robbery talking to a member of the Civil Defence Department personnel. He was later taken to Miri Hospital for treatment. /pic: The Borneo PostMIRI: A hypermarket along Miri-Pujut Road lost a four-day collection worth nearly half a million ringgit in an armed robbery which occurred at about 11.55am yesterday.

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BN's Victory In Rompin By-Election A Respectable Win - Hishamuddin

Pic:FileROMPIN: Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein described the Barisan Nasional's (BN) victory in the Rompin parliamentary by-election as a respectable win.

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ACCIDENT: 'We Are Pushing For Child Restraint Law' - PPBM President

Pic:AwaniKUALA LUMPUR: Did you know that even at a speed of 30kmh, which is deemed slow for many Malaysian drivers, an infant could still be flung out of a vehicle if he or she is not properly secured?

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Rompin By-Election: Assistant Chefs 'Abandon' Kitchen To Vote

ROMPIN -- Although busy attending to food orders made by guests since the Rompin by-election campaign started on April 22, four assistant chefs left the Rompin Beach Resort (RBR) kitchen to fulfil their civic duty.

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Low Voter Turnout Could Be Due To Long Weekend - EC Chairman

Tan Sri Abdul AzizROMPIN -- The long weekend could have been a factor for the low voter turnout at the Rompin Parliamentary by-election in which only 74 per cent of the 53,926 registered voters came out to vote compared with the initial target of 80 per cent.

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Malaysian Student Injured In Moscow Fire Dies

KUALA LUMPUR -- Malaysian medical student Nur Atikah Alias, 25, who was injured in a fire at a hostel of the Russian National Research Medical University last month, has died.

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