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Quake-hit Mt Kinabalu to reopen to climbers September

KUNDASANG, June 25: Mount Kinabalu is expected to be reopened to climbers in early September, said Sabah Minister for Tourism, Culture and Environment Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun. The mountain, which stands at 4,095 metres, was closed to climbers following an earthquake in the state on June 5 that claimed the lives of 18 people comprising climbers and mountain guides. ...Full Article

No past-midnight eatery operations to curb social ills?

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25: Disallowing eateries from operating until past midnight to reduce social ills is among the proposals to be discussed at the National Social Council meeting next ...Full Article

Police hunt killers of two men shot dead in Seri Kembangan

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25: The police are on the hunt for two individuals to facilitate investigation into the shooting to death of two men in Jalan Serdang 2/20 Jaya, Seri ...Full Article

Molotov cocktail attack on school in ‘drink urine’ controversy

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25: The police have arrested two men after fire sparked by a molotov cocktail last night damaged the guardhouse of a Sungai Petani primary school where a ...Full Article

DBKL to raise reward for catching rats to RM3 each

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25: Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) plans to raise the reward for the ‘Kempen 1 Tikus 1 Ringgit’ (1 Rat 1 Ringgit Campaign) to RM3 for ...Full Article

Two men shot dead while sending wedding invitation

SERDANG, June 25: Two men were shot dead while sending invitation cards in front of a coffee shop at Jalan Serdang Jaya 2/20, Seri Kembangan, here. Serdang OCPD, ACP ...Full Article

Man killed during quarrel with younger sibling

KUALA LANGAT, June 25: A man was killed after he was slashed on the neck by his younger brother in an incident in Jalan Orchid, Eighth Mile, Sijangkang, Teluk ...Full Article

Strong southwesterly winds and rough seas warning

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25: A first category warning has been issued where strong southwesterly winds and rough seas occurring over the waters off Phuket and Reef North are expected ...Full Article

M’sia moves towards becoming smoking-free zone

PUTRAJAYA, June 24: Malaysia has adopted two strategies to eventually make the entire country a smoking-free zone, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam. One is to increase, in ...Full Article

One-month salary Aidilfitri allowance for S’gor civil servants

SHAH ALAM, June 24: The Selangor government today announced a month’s salary as a special Aidilfitri annual allowance for civil servants in the state, to be paid on July ...Full Article