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Son hacks father in quarrel over use of motorcycle

Because he was not allowed to use the motorcycle, a 38-year-old man hacked his father with a parang in Kampung Tersusun Bukit Chawi, Kampung Gajah here on Saturday (Nov 10).

 

KL police to offer summons discount at high profile policing programmes

The police plans to offer a 50 per cent discount off summonses to road users every time it organises a high-profile policing programme around the capital.

 

PKR members reminded not to stray from reform agenda

Members and leaders of Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) have been reminded not to stray from the party’s idealism of the reform struggle even though its was now part of the Federal Government.

 

PDRM is analysing weakness of evisa application - Noor Rashid

The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) is gathering information and analysing the weaknesses in the eVisa system in the Immigration Department of Malaysia (JIM) which resulted in those blacklisted and with criminal records being allowed to enter the country.

 

Sulawesi quake: Mapim, PM dept agencies sent RM2.3 million in human aid

The Malaysian Consultative Council for Islamic Organisation (Mapim) and 12 agencies under the Prime Minister’s Department will send RM2.3 million in aid to victims of the earthquake and tsunami in Central Sulawesi.

 

Malaysia's interest ends in Hong Kong Open

The country's challenge in the 2018 Hong Kong Open Badminton Tournament come to an end after all three pairs were beaten by their respective opponents in the second round match of the tournament in Hong Kong, today.

 

GIACC hopes legislation to combat economic sabotage to be tabled in Parliament next April

The Governance, Integrity and Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) hopes legislation to combat economic sabotage will be tabled in Parliament next April to prevent contracts being sold to other parties and to fight the ‘ali baba’ culture.