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LazStar Academy makes its debut

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 (Bernama) – LAZADA, Alibaba Business School and Taobao University have joined hands to present the LazStar Academy, a network of certified expert trainers in Southeast Asia to benefit the wider seller community on LAZADA.

 

Woman loses RM50,000 in Macau Scam

KUANTAN, Sept 26 (Bernama) -- A trader lost RM50,000 after being duped with a fake call by two people, with one of them masquerading as a policeman, from a Macau Scam syndicate.

 

Thai airport officials arrest Sri Lankan man with fake Malaysian passport

From Betong, the South Asian man whom the police confirmed was a first time traveller to Thailand with no previous criminal record, boarded a bus to Bangkok and lodged in a hotel in Sukhumvit area throughout his stay  in Bangkok.

 

Crest Builder, T7 Global ink pact on Latitud8 project

The RM1.1 billion gross development value Latitud8 project is a joint land development between Intan Sekitar Sdn Bhd, a 51 per cent owned subsidiary of CBHB, and Prasarana Malaysia Bhd for the development of a parcel of prime commercial land located at the Dang Wangi Light Rail Transit (LRT) station, measuring approximately 1.1 hectares.

 

Perodua introduces B&P centre for east coast customers

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 (Bernama) – Perodua has introduced a RM2 million Body and Paint (B&P) centre in Kelantan  to cater to the needs of its valued east coast customers, owned and operated by long-time Perodua dealer, Nasrom (M) Sdn Bhd.

 

Qubercomm, Energous unveil new asset tracking solution

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 (Bernama) -- Qubercomm Technologies has partnered with Energous Corporation to launch a new asset tracking solution, Locatum with wireless charging capability that is enabled with WattUp.

 

Malaysian NGO to supply safe water for 60,000 Rohingya refugees

Each of the solar powered water treatment system built by IMARET with the help of the Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) is capable of supplying 12,500 litres of water daily for the use of 6,000 refugees.