12-Year-Old-Boy Drowns In Tg Bungah Hotel Pool

GEORGETOWN, Feb 22 – A 12-year-old boy drowned in an adult pool of a four-star hotel in Tanjung Bungah here today. In the 10am incident, Ong Jing Jie, was found at the bottom of the pool by his parents who had accompanied him. Ong was given immediate medical attention, including cardiopulmonary

Adam Adli, Fariz Musa Released This Morning

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 22 – Student activist Adam Adli Abdul Halim and PKR Youth chief Fariz Musa who were detained for participating in the ‘Free Anwar’ campaign in front of Sogo shopping complex yesterday, were released this morning. The two were arrested at around 5.15pm, yesterday. On Saturday, some 200 people had gatheredoutside Sogo to

60 Houses For Flood Victims To Be Built In Paloh

GUA MUSANG, Feb 21 – Sixty houses will be built by the National Security Council (MKN) for flood victims in three new settlements in the Paloh state constituency soon. Paloh assemblyman Datuk Nozula Mat Diah said the three settlements were the South Kelantan Development Authority (Kesedar) Land Development Scheme in Lebir,

112 Killed In Road Accidents Over 8 Days

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 – A total of 112 fatalities were reported during the first eight days of this year’s Ops Selamat, implemented on Feb 12. Bukit Aman traffic police chief Datuk Mohd Fuad Abdul Latif said 110 fatal accidents were reported during Ops Selamat. There were 10,023 accidents during this period. Most of those

Guan Eng: Don’t Increase Ferry Charges

GEORGE TOWN, Feb 19 – Penang has urged the Federal Government not to increase ferry charges. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said the announcement over the fare hike was made by the Penang Port Commission (PPC) just one days before the Chinese New Year celebration. “The new proposed fares are not justified,” he

Glove Factory On Fire, Losses Estimated At RM2.2 Million

KULIM, Feb 19 – A factory which manufactured gloves and cotton rags at the Small and Medium Industrial Area in Taman Makmur, Lunas, was partially destroyed in a fire yesterday, with losses estimated at RM2.2 million. Kulim fire and rescue station chief, Senior Assistant Superintendent Ghazali Mahmud said the fire broke

No Increase In Fare For LRT And Putra – SPAD

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 19 – Land Public Transport Commission(SPAD) has no intention to increase the fares of LRT and Putra monorail line. It is understood that the current fare will be maintained until SPAD makes a final decision over the matter. Speculations were rife earlier that the faresof the two lines will be increased

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