Expired Food Among Items Seized In Op Gong Xi Fa Cai

GEORGE TOWN, Jan 23 – The Penang Health Department seized 26 types of expired food items valued about RM1,000 at two supermarkets in Alma, Bukit Mertajam today. Raiding officers performed spot checks in the raid codenamed ‘Op Bersepadu Gong Xi Fa Cai’ in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year. Among

Water Disruption In The Whole Of Selangor Untrue: Syabas

SHAH ALAM, Jan 23 – The widespread rumour of a large-scale, 36-hours water disruption in Selangor is untrue, said Syarikat Bekalan Air Selangor Sdn Bhd (Syabas). Its Communications, Corporate and Public Affairs general manager Priscilla Alfred said the 36-hours water disruption only affect two areas in the state, Sepang and Hulu

Datuk, Datin Charged With Cheating

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 23 – A businessman with the title ‘Datuk’ and his wife were charged with 55 counts of cheating in relation to investments in the purchase and reselling of Malaysia Airlines (MAS) tickets and blanket tenders involving RM11.9 million five years ago. Ahmad Sabri Abdul Manaf, 65 and

DiGi Intensifies Mobile Internet Push

SHAH ALAM, Jan 22 – DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd is rebranding itself to be a more customer-centric mobile provider, striving to provide Internet across all platforms as it pulls itself away from a pure voice and messaging focused mobile provider. Chief executive officer Lars Norling said: “Today we cater to majority of

Virgin Australia ‘Forced’ To Cut Fuel Surcharge

SYDNEY, Jan 22 – Virgin Australia today said it will cut fuel surcharges from flights to the US and reduce airfares in response to plunging oil prices, putting pressure on fierce local rival Qantas. The move comes after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said last week it had launched an

Analysts Downgrade CIMB

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 – RHB Research Institute has downgraded CIMB Group’s call to ‘sell’ from ‘neutral’ with a lower target price (TP) of RM5.20 on the bank’s higher loan provisioning and softer revenue growth expectations ahead. The research house noted markets-related income and asset quality as key risk areas to the

City Hall Collects RM6.1Million In Traffic Offences

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 22 – Traffic offences recorded nearly seventy per cent or RM6.1 million of the RM8.8 million collected by City Hall in compounds and related charges last year. About 13 per cent or RM1.1 million collected was also for general offences. This includes offences related to licensing, transportation of goods,

QZ8501: Six More Bodies Recovered

PANGKALAN BUN, Jan 22 – Indonesian divers have retrieved six more bodies from waters around the fuselage of the Indonesia AirAsia jetliner that crashed in December in seas near western Indonesia. Suryadi Bambang Supriyadi, operational director of the National Search and Rescue Agency, said the bodies were being flown to Pangkalan

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