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131 Chinese nationals plead guilty to overstaying, not having permits

TELUK INTAN, Jan 2 -- Some 131 Chinese nationals pleaded guilty in the Sessions Court here today to a charge of overstaying and not having a valid pass or permit.

The accused comprising 123 men and eight women, aged between 18 and 54 years, made the plea before Judge Norita Mohd Ardani after the charges were read in Mandarin.....

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MOA to expedite aid to drought-hit padi farmers inĀ Perlis, Kedah


KANGAR, Jan 2 -- The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry (MOA) will be speeding up assistance to help padi farmers in Perlis and Kedah following the early onset of drought in the two states.

 
 

Kedah plans more telecommunication towers, says exco


ALOR SETAR, Jan 2  -- The Kedah government plans to build many more telecommunication towers in the state to increase broadband penetration and telecommunications network access especially in rural areas.

 
 

Several infrastructure projects in Penang to take off this year


GEORGE TOWN, Jan 1  -- The Penang government regards 2020 as an important year for the state as several state infrastructure projects will take off in the next 12 months.

 
 

Duty free status to boost tourist arrivals in Pangkor - Exco


IPOH, Jan 1  -- Pangkor Island’s new duty free island status, effective today, is expected to boost tourist arrivals on the island.

 
 

Kedah police chief injured in road crash


ALOR SETAR, Dec 31 -- Kedah police chief Datuk Zainuddin Yaakob was injured when his motorcycle was involved in an accident in Pokok Pauh, Pokok Sena near here today.

 
 

Public advised to abide by no smoking ban - Exco


IPOH, Dec 31 -- Members of the public have been advised to restrain themselves against acting aggressively towards law enforcement personnel in relation to the ban on smoking at all open-air premises starting at midnight tonight.

 
 

60-hectare paddy in Kuala Kurau infected with bacterial panicle blight


PARIT BUNTAR, Dec 30 -- Thirty-five farmers in eight villages in Kuala Kurau suffer losses of RM400,000 after part of their paddy crop covering a 62-hectare area was infected with bacterial panicle blight early this month.

 
 

Police report lodged against slander involving Penang CM


GEORGE TOWN, Dec 30 -- A police report has been made by the information officer in the Penang Chief Minister’s Office on a slanderous statement linking Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow with the administration of the Islamic religious affairs and mosque administration in the state that went viral for the past few days.

 
 

Meetings held over 'affected' graves ahead of Penang's highway plan


GEORGE TOWN, Dec 30 -- The Penang Government has held several meetings with the United Hokkien Cemeteries Penang at Batu Lanchang to discuss the status of some more than 100-year-old graves that will be ‘affected’ by the Package 2 project under the Penang Transport Master Plan (PTMP).

 
 

Free hair cut for school students in Jerai parliamentary constituency


YAN, Dec 30 -- The Jerai Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu) Youth division is providing free hair cut for primary and secondary school students in the Jerai parliamentary constituency today and tomorrow.

 
 
 

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RM1,200 minimum wage compliance to be known by Feb 28

 
     

Kimanis: PH leadership needs more effective methods to win back people's hearts - Anwar

 
     

E-Wallet: Sense of security for users, cashiers

 
     

Kimanis sees highest voter turnout for by-elections since GE 14

 
     
 
     
 

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