Category Archives: Legal Matters

Early voters at Sabah IPK asked to follow voting time

KOTA KINABALU Early voters from among the policemen at the Sabah Police Contingent headquarters (IPK) have been asked to follow the voting time allotted for them to cast their votes tomorrow to ensure full compliance of the standard operating procedure...

Prosecution applies for ‘in-camera’ proceedings in ex-spy chief’s CBT trial

KUALA LUMPUR The prosecution in the former Malaysian External Intelligence Organisation (MEIO) director-general Datuk Hasanah Abdul Hamid’s criminal breach of trust (CBT) case is applying for the proceedings to be heard ‘in-camera’ for 15 witnesses as ...

Court advises Khalid Samad, FMT to settle defamation suit amicably

The High Court here today advised that the defamation suit filed by former Federal Territories Minister Khalid Abdul Samad against online news portal, Free Malaysia Today (FMT) and its former editor-in-chief, be settled amicably.The suit was over a def...

Two killed in trailer crash near Simpang Pulai

IPOH Two passengers of a trailer lorry died in a crash at Kilometre 20 of Jalan Keramat Pulai heading towards Cameron Highlands here today.According to a Perak Fire and Rescue Department spokesman, the department received a distress call on the

Four suspected COVID-19 cases among caught Indonesian illegal immigrants – Police

SHAH ALAM Four of the 77 Indonesians arrested while trying to enter the country illegally on Sept 14 have been sent to hospital on suspicion of being COVID-19-positive, according to the police.South Klang District Police chief ACP Shamsul Amar Ramli

Body in a bag discovered in burning car

ALOR GAJAH A body stuffed in a black bag in a burning Honda Civic Ferio was discovered by firemen while they putting out the fire in front of a workshop in the Light Industrial Area in Kuala Ina, Pulau Sebang

Johor cops probe possible fake driving licence syndicate

JOHOR BAHRU Police arrested a commercial lorry driver, an Indian national, who was found using a fake driving license in an operation at the Skudai Toll Plaza here, today.Johor police chief Datuk Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the police would

JB restaurant allegedly selling lizard, boar meat raided

The restaurant looks ordinary from the outside but inside diners are served exotic meat like wild boar and the Malayan water monitor, both protected species.At 1pm yesterday, 18 Seri Alam district police headquarters (IPD) personnel and General Operati...

Housewife fined RM2,000 for offensive facebook posting insulting Prophet Muhammad

A housewife was fined RM2,000 in default three months’ jail by the Sessions Court here for transmitting an offensive post directed at Prophet Muhammad via her Facebook account in February, last year.Judge M. M. Edwin Paramjothy sentenced Fadilah Hamid,...

Kelantan cops seize 584 kg of syabu worth RM23.3 million

TUMPAT The Kelantan police seized 584 kilogrammes (kg) of syabu with an estimated value of RM23.3 million found in a four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicle abandoned in a forest area near Cherang Melintang here on Sept 12.Kelantan police chief DCP Shafien