CHANGLUN: The Health Ministry will monitor the price of medicine to ensure patients are not burdened by expensive medicine after the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in April next year.
BALIK PULAU: Ten years have passed since the tsunami in 2004 but the memory is still fresh in the memory of villagers here, especially the family members of 52 victims in Penang.
ALOR SETAR: Police have detained a suspect in the case of a woman and her daughter who were seriously injured when attacked by a man in Taman Harapan, Kuala Kedah last Thursday.
PASIR MAS: A businesswoman in Rantau Panjang has suffered losses amounting to almost a quarter of a million ringgit when her large stock of baby diapers were destroyed in the flood.
BUTTERWORTH: Police rounded up close to 200 immigrant workers, including an infant, four women and three children in joint anti vice operation over two days.
KUALA LUMPUR: Several coastal areas in the country have been forecasted to experience strong winds and rough seas for three days from today until Dec 24.
KUANTAN: An angler is feared drown while his friend was rescued after their boat capsized while fishing at sea near Kampung Baru Gebeng today afternoon.
KUALA LUMPUR: Thousands pandas today made their way into Malaysia to kick off the 1600 Pandas World Tour in the Asian region.
KOTA BARU: The National Security Council has quashed rumours that the whole of Kelantan would be submerged soon, following an impending release of water from a dam in Narathiwat.
ASSISTANCE: It will be given to all flood victims irrespective of race
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