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Slow-Moving Traffic On Major Highways Tonight

KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 - Traffic flow on several major highways are reported to be slow-moving this evening as more city dwellers are leaving the city to return to their respective hometowns for Aidilfitri.

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Melaka To Set Up People's Bazaar To Produce Competitive Entrepreneurs

 


MELAKA, June 22 -- The state government will create a permanent people's bazaar at the Hang Tuah Melaka Commercial Centre (HTMCC) area to produce more competitive and viable entrepreneurs, especially among small- and medium-scale businessmen.

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Over 80,000 Summonses Issued Through 'AWAS' So Far

KUALA BERANG, June 22 -- A total of 82,054 summonses have been issued by the Road Transport Department (JPJ) through the Automated Awareness Safety System (Awas) in the first three months since its introduction this year.

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SOCSO Pays Rm2,000 Benefit To Nhaveen's Family

GEORGE TOWN, June 22 -- The Social Security Organisation (Socso) today handed over a funeral management payment cheque to the family of assault victim T. Nhaveen who died due to severe injuries at the Penang Hospital last week.

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Youths Ensure Safety Of Women, Senior Citizens Post-Tarawih Prayers

KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 - Concerned over the safety of women and senior citizens returning home after performing the Tarawih prayers during the fasting month of Ramadan, a group of youths here have established a motorcycle brigade to escort them from two 'suraus' (mini mosques) in the area.

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Malaysia-Indonesia Army Commanders Discuss Border Security

LIMBANG, June 22 - The Malaysian First Infantry Division commander Major General Datuk Stephen Mundaw has met and discussed with Indonesian National Army's (TNI) Mulawarman Military District Command chief Major General Sonhadji, about border security issues during his working visit to Pos Ba'Kelalan here.

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Guard Gets 20 Months' Jail For Causing Hurt To Man

PETALING JAYA, June 22 -- An elderly security guard at a condominium here was sentenced to 20 months' jail by the Magistrate's Court here today for causing injury to a man using a glass bottle last week.

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Lower Speed Limits During Aidilfitri Festive Period - Fadillah

SEREMBAN, June 22 -- In conjunction with the upcoming Aidilfitri, the speed limit on federal roads has been reduced by 10km per hour (km/h) to 80km/h from June 18 to July 2, said Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof.

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TNB To Ensure Smooth Electricity Supply During Aidilfitri

KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 -- More than a quarter of the Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) workforce or 8,800 employees and some workers of its contractors will work during the Aidifitri festival to ensure uninterrupted supply of electricity for the convenience of those celebrating Adilfitri.

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Late Afternoon Sees Slow Traffic At Major Highways

KUALA LUMPUR, June 22 - As of late afternoon today, traffic flow at several stretches of major highways was reported to be slow-moving as more city dwellers left for their respective hometowns to celebrate the Aidilfitri, which was expected to fall on Sunday.

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