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No Gangsterism In Terengganu - Police Chief

Datuk Aidi Ismail

KUALA TERENGGANU, Nov 8 – Terengganu has no record of gangsterism, according to local police.

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Health Ministry Ready To Face Second Wave Of Floods

Datuk Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah

PUTRAJAYA, Nov 8 -- The Health Ministry is ready to face the eventuality of a second wave of floods in the country.

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Civil Servants In Negeri Sembilan To Get RM2,000 Bonus - MB

SEREMBAN, Nov 8 -- Over 6,000 state civil servants in Negeri Sembilan will receive bonus of RM2,000 which will be paid in stages beginning December.

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Power Supply In Penang Almost Fully Restored

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) has restored 105 out of 113 substations (PE) in Penang that ceased operations since the flood hit the state.

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Police Seek Parents Of Abandoned Baby

KUALA LUMPUR: Police are tracking the parents or guardian of a baby that was abandoned at the surau of Petronas petrol station in Taman Equine, Seri Kembangan this morning.

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Arson Responsible For Seremban Wet Market Fire

SEREMBAN: The State Fire and Rescue Services Department today revealed that the fire which destroyed the upper floor of the Seremban wet market was a work of arson.

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Engineers Working Round The Clock To Strengthen Sungai Muda Embankment

GEORGE TOWN: Engineers from the Department of Irrigation and Drainage (DID) are working round the clock to strengthen the embankment of Sungai Muda.

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Using Malay Names, Malaysian Flag On Boats Among New Tactics Of Foreign Fishermen

JOHOR BARU: Using Malay names for their boats and flying Malaysian flag on their vessels are among the tactics used by foreign fishermen to fool and avoid detection by the local authorities.

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Fuel Prices Rise Again

PETALING JAYA: Fuel pump prices are up from this midnight. RON95 is up by seven sen, RON97 by six sen and diesel by three sen.

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Police Nab 56 In Online Gambling Raids

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 8 -- Police detained 56 men in a three-week operation dubbed ‘Op Dadu’ in the Klang Valley since October 18 for their alleged involvement in online gambling.

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