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24 foreign GROs nabbed in anti-vice swoop in Kepong

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 17 -- Thirty people including 24 guests relation officers (GROs) were detained in an anti-vice operation codenamed Ops Noda at an entertainment outlet in Kepong, early this morning. 

Bukit Aman Anti-Vice, Gambling and Secret Societies Division (D7) principal assistant director, Datuk Rohaimi Md Isa said all were rounded up by the police in the operation held at an entertainment outlet at Taman Usahawan Kepong that began at 11.20 pm yesterday. 

He said the foreign GROs were of various nationalities including from Thailand (21 women), Laos (two women) and a Vietnamese, aged between 22 and 28 years.

“Besides the GROs, police also arrested a local woman allegedly the ‘Mummy’ of the GROs. 

“Police also detained five men including a Myanmar and a Thai national. The two foreign males and a local man worked as bouncers, while another two men served as the outlet's caretaker and operator,” Rohaimi said when contacted here, today. 

All the detainees are being investigated under Section 39(b) of the Immigration Regulations Act 1963 and Section 55(B) of the Immigration Act 1963.....

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Alam Flora City Hunt collects 1,500 kg recyclables


KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 17 -- In the effort to popularise the value of cleanliness and perpetuate the environment among the city residents, 1,500 kilogrammes (kg) of recycled items were collected by 2019 Alam Flora City Hunt #JomRawatBumi programme participants. 

 
 

Jun Hoong's nine-year 'dive' into tertiary studies comes to sweet end


SERDANG, Nov 16  --  Years of struggle juggling her time between training and her tertiary studies came to sweet end for national diving queen, Cheong Jun Hoong, when she received her Bachelor of Communication degree from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) Chancellor, Sultan of Selangor Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah at the university's 43rd convocation ceremony today.

 
 

Drowned autistic boy knew how to swim


SERDANG, Nov 16 -- An autistic boy, who was found drowned in Sungai Merab, Kajang today, knew how to swim.

 
 

Government, people should leverage on UPM's strength in agriculture - Sultan Sharafuddin


SERDANG, Nov 16 -- The Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has urged the government and the people to leverage on the Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM)’s role and strength in agriculture to elevate the country's level of self-sufficiency.

 
 

102,618 illegal immigrants join B4G as of Nov 14


PORT DICKSON, Nov 16 -- A total of 102,618 illegal immigrants have joined the Immigration Department’s Back for Good (B4G) programme as of Nov 14, after it was launched on Aug 1, said Home Ministry secretary-general Tan Sri Alwi Ibrahim.

 
 

AirAsia continues to pursue its American dream


SEPANG, Nov 15  -- The recent downgrading of Malaysia's air safety rating to a Category 2 by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will not discourage AirAsia Group from expanding its operations in the United States.

 
 

No intention to return to active politics - Rafizi


SHAH ALAM, Nov 15 -- PKR vice-president, Mohd Rafizi Ramli does not intend to return to the national political arena in the near future after he has been acquitted of charges under the Banking and Financial Institutions Act (BAFIA) by the Shah Alam High Court today.

 
 

Two plead not guilty to cruelly injuring dogs


KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 15 — Two men were produced in the Sessions Court here to face separate charges of cruelly injuring a dog each in January and last week. 

 
 

Road closure in Ipoh for 2019 Deepavali Open House


IPOH, Nov 15 -- Several roads in the city will be closed and traffic diverted in as Ipoh prepares to host the 2019 National Deepavali Open House tomorrow. 

 
 

UEM Sunrise to divest property in Melbourne for AUD$107.09 mln


KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 12  -- UEM Sunrise Bhd’s (UEMS) wholly-owned subsidiary, UEM Sunrise (St Kilda Road) Pty Ltd, is proposing to divest its property in Melbourne, Australia to Acme Co No. 4 Pty Ltd (Acme) for AUD$107.09 million (RM304.13 million)

 
 
 

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