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by January 10, 2018 General
 

  1. Perhilitan Seizes 101 Magpies In Bukit Kayu Hitam
  2. Kedah Police Seize 165.5 Kg Of Ganja Worth RM496,500
  3. Two Policemen Get Jail, Whipping For Gang Robbery
  4. JB Petrol Station Murder Suspects Hiding In Thailand – Bukit Aman
  5. New Hope To Find Missing MH370 – Families
  6. UniSZA Signs MoU With 10 Jordanian Universities
  7. More Government Medical Specialists Resigning Each Year
  8. Nine Army Rangers Injured In Pattani Bomb Blast
  9. Segamat Hit By Floods Again
  10. Drop In Dengue Cases For Two Consecutive Years
  11. Bones Of Whale Washed Ashore Near Besut Gathered For Display
  12. Lahad Datu Crime Index Dipped 5.78 Per Cent In 2017
  13. Police Free Man Who Allegedly Killed Robber
  14. Syabas Will Issue Late Bill For January
  15. Penang Police Increase Security Surveillance At Busy Areas
  16. Najib, Family Visit Tomb Of Prophet Muhammad
  17. Number Of Employees Who Lost Jobs Is At Normal Level – Riot
  18. New Hope For MH370 Next-Of-Kin On Ocean Infinity Search Mission
  19. Assemblyman To File Judicial Review Over Federal Court’s Decision
  20. SOCSO Targets RM479.5 Million EIS Contribution In 2018
  21. Strong Federal, Sabah Cooperation Results In More Schools, Better Infrastructure – Pairin
  22. 7 Days’ Remand For Suspect To Facilitate Probe Into Student’s Murder
  23. LPP Identifies Potential Area For Durian Cultivation
  24. Bernama TV, TVRI Sign MoU For Collaboration Opportunities
  25. Wisma Putra Begins Preparations For CHOGM 2020
  26. UMT, WWF Help Terengganu To Develop Setiu Wetlands
  27. Qobin Dislikes Mountaineering, But Achieves The Near Impossible
  28. PKNS Committed To Distributing RM1.4 Million In Tithe This Year
  29. Man Hits Wife With Claypot, Jailed Five Months
  30. Lorry Driver Fined RM3,500 For Threatening To Burn House, Damage Motorcycle
  31. Ayu Damit To Make A Comeback With Mini Album
  32. Taman Tasik Bandar Tenggara Project 60 Per Cent Completed
  33. JAKOA Deploys JBPM Helicopter To Ferry Out Stranded Orang Asli Students
  34. Thai Immigration Refutes Malaysian Media Report On Proof Of Cash
  35. University Malaya To Train Medical Practitioners From Africa, SEA And Developing Countries
  36. Malaysia, Ocean Infinity Ink Agreement To Begin New Search For Vanished MH370
  37. Crowd Increasing At Newly-opened Pasir Gudang UTC
  38. Two Nigerian Nationals Claim Trial To Using Criminal Force On Policeman
  39. Appeals Court Quashes Ban On Faisal Tehrani’s Books
  40. Police Corporal Charged With Hurting Labourer
  41. BS1N Scheme: USIM Staff Can Own Personal Notebooks
  42. Two Foreign Criminals Killed In Shootout With Police
  43. Police, Govt Get Leave To Appeal In Death In Custody Case
  44. Sabah JTU Targets 17,000 Hectares NCR Land To Be Surveyed
  45. Najib’s Visit To Saudi Arabia At Invitation Of Saudi King
  46. Penang Undersea Tunnel Project Is On – Lim
  47. Penang Undersea Tunnel Project: Company Deputy Chairman With ‘Datuk’ Title In Remand
  48. March 26 Hearing Of Corruption Case Involving Lim Guan Eng, Businesswoman
  49. Okay To Use CCTV But Don’t Invade Students, Teachers’ Privacy – NUTP
  50. Malaysians Spend More Time At Work Than At Home – Survey
  51. ‘Singapore Newspaper Report Wrongly Attributed To Me,’ Says Azman Ujang
  52. Penang Undersea Tunnel: Company Executive Director In Remand
  53. Labuan Consumers Heave Sigh Of Relief As KPDNKK Approves Subsidised Cooking Oil Quota
  54. Istana Negara Gets Fire Safety Certificate
  55. UiTM Assistant Architect Fined RM6,000 For Corruption
  56. Situation In Flood-hit Areas Of Pahang Improves
  57. Notion That Nonagenarian Leader Represents Change Laughable, Says Analyst
  58. Unlicensed Hotels A Growing Problem In Miri City
  59. Part-time Trader Charged With Sexually Abusing 15-year-old Girl
  60. Anifah On Two-day Visit To Turkmenistan
  61. Feb 19 Hearing Of Man Charged With Running Brothel
  62. Penang Undersea Tunnel: Company Executive Director In Remand
  63. Body Of Bangladeshi Worker In Building Collapse Recovered
  64. Saberkas Night Market To Be Upgraded This Year
  65. Visa Approval Letters For International Students Implemented January
  66. Gas Leak At Petronas SSGP In Lawas
  67. 383 People Still At Flood Evacuation Centres In Pahang
  68. RM5.62 Million Allocated For Hospitals’ Board Of Visitors, Health Clinic Advisory Panels
  69. RMP Announces Transfer Of 19 Senior Police Officers
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