KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s foreign ministry says a military official accused of assaulting a woman in New Zealand will be returned there Friday to face trial.
PORT DICKSON: A Myanmar man is believed to have drowned while swimming with his friends at Pantai Teluk Kemang near here today.
LANGKAWI: There was a 10 minutes standoff at the Langkawi district police headquarters when a group of 40 men confronted the Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) officers when its enforcement team seized seven vehicles which were rented out without proper permit.
TAPAH: A man, who was seriously injured following an accident, had to crawl for three days before he finally found finally found an Orang Asli village.
PENAMPANG: Several low-lying areas here were hit by flood as water level of Sungai Moyog rose up due to heavy downpour.
PUTRAJAYA: A piece of land has been identified in the Federal Territory (FT) for a project to build houses that cost below RM200,000 each, to enable more middle-income earners to own a house.
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia needed additional experts to manage data that is more systematic and orderly as data can become new sources of wealth for the country, said Communication and Multimedia Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Shabery Cheek.
KOTA KINABALU: Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) nabbed three suspected whistleblowers at waters off Pulau Mabul near Semporna, last night.
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