Daily Archives: December 22, 2019

Cops Suffer From PTSD at an Alarming Rate During the Holiday Season & Beyond

EndPTSD’s TTMPT.Org a Registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit is Launching their #GivingHolidays Fundraiser and Heightened Awareness Campaign for Police Officers Across the US Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) NEW YORK, Dec. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Holiday’s present a

New house from TNB, SESB, precious new year gift for a family

KOTA BELUD, There's no other more precious gift for a husband and wife in Kampung Labuan, near here, when their dream to own a house since about 10 years ago, was fulfilled through the Baiti Jannati Project (PBJ).The corporate

Funicular train service on Penang Hill resumes completely

GEORGE TOWN, The funicular train service on Penang Hill resumed completely at 4.45 pm today, after a suspension at 8 pm last night left about 900 visitors stranded on the hill.Announcing this in a statement today, Penang Hill Corporation

Two houses gutted in fire, believed started by mentally ill woman

TUMPAT, Two houses were gutted in a fire believed to have been caused by a mentally ill woman who burned rubbish inside the home, in Kampung Nechang here, today.The victim, Che Romoh Adam, 68, said she suspected the woman

Stagnant water causes 100 families in Segamat remain in PPS

KUALA LUMPUR, The floods affecting Kelantan and Sabah have further improved as the number of evacuees at relief centres (PPS) continues to drop.However, in Johor, the 0.3 metre-deep of 'air termenung' (stagnant water) situation had caused 432 individu...

Not wrong to build houses without windows – fire dept

KANGAR, It is not wrong in terms of safety to construct houses without windows, as long as private homeowners know how to operate a fire safety system and do not carry out dangerous activities or store gas in the

Nur Arifah doesn’t want to be ‘apart’ from her mother

KOTA KINABALU, The youngest survivor of the four family members who were killed in a road accident in Kaikoura, New Zealand on Dec 6, is reluctant to return to Malaysia as she doesn't want to be apart from her

EPF says sorry to bedridden-cancer patient and family

KUALA LUMPUR, The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) today apologised to its member and her family over an unpleasant service experience where a cancer-stricken bed-ridden woman was made to show up at its Johor Bahru office in order to withdraw