GUA MUSANG: A logger and his seven workers, as well as a settler, were stranded in different locations in the forest of Gunung Rabung, near the Perasu Felda land scheme, yesterday due to the floods.
KOTA BARU: The worsening flood has forced out more than 2,000 people out their homes in Kelantan so far today.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Ministry of Tourism and Culture wants more young people to engage in street art in an effort to preserve the country’s art and culture.
KUANTAN: The number of flood evacuees in the district has increased to 123 people from 32 families as of 7pm today, with three relief centres have been opened.
KUALA LUMPUR: Spectators will undergo strict security checks before they are allowed to enter the Bukit Jalil stadium during 2014 AFF Cup 2ndleg final match between Malaysia and Thailand this Saturday.
LONDON: The man accused of holding several women, including a Malaysian, in what is known as modern day slavery, appeared in court today, charged with 25 offences including rape.
KUALA LUMPUR: Police are hunting for a Myanmar national after he had allegedly molested an 11-year-old girl in Kajang, Selangor yesterday.
BANGKOK: The stadium will be full, security will be tight and fans can expect an epic battle in the AFF Cup final first leg between Thailand and Malaysia at the Rajamangala Stadium here tonight.
BUKIT JALIL: Supporters of Harimau Malaya have welcomed Football Association of Malaysia's decision to sell tickets for AFF Cup Final online.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is sending additional aid worth RM3 million to assist Ebola-stricken nations, said Health Minister Datuk Seri S. Subramaniam today.
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