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NSTviral: 17 tonnes of durian devoured in 8 hours at Perak festival

By Fatin Nurul Najihah 3 minutes ago
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians devouring 17 tonnes of durian at the recent Durian Festival in Perak has garnered netizens' attention.
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NSTviral: 17 tonnes of durian devoured in 8 hours at Perak festival
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Restaurant supervisor pleads not guilty to DUI charge following traffic policeman's injury
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Nur Farah Kartini's family hopes for swift process in claiming her remains
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Driver, waiter arrested with more than RM160k worth of drugs
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Nation
Zahid drops defamation suit against Malaysiakini
Reading of four bills postponed to next Dewan Rakyat meeting
No to foreigners cooking 13 local dishes in Penang from next year
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Hassan defends Wan Fayhsal over suspension bid in Dewan Rakyat
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Perodua works to clear 100,000 unit backlog; TIV expected to remain strong
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Johor govt proposes setting up talent development council to solve skills mismatch, says MB
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Group calls for white paper on enhancing women's representation in Malaysian parliament
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Wan Fayhsal suspended for six months from Dewan Rakyat
Pas is untainted, consistent in party struggle, says Rembia rep
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