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Rent out unit violates Building By-Laws and Local Govt Ordinance |  LDP urges stricter safety measures after boat tragedy |  Skipper torn over tourists’ safety, cries of victims |  Man gets 18 months for stolen motorcycle |  Court sets Sept 28 hearing over fake MyKad |  Gang robbery: Fishmonger faces 10 years’ jail |  Mangrove crab eggs breakthrough by UMS’ BMRI |  More neurological units to be set up |  Contractor ordered to clean up waste leak at Sungai Kilim |  Housing: State needs another 18,538 units |  Blog’s MPT article: Police report made |  ESSCOM: Standard operating procedure a must for all agencies |  Weak quake jolts Ranau |  Digi funds three local startups to scale-up |  M'sian-TPP Business Council of America inaugurated | 
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Rent out unit violates Building By-Laws and Local Govt Ordinance
Hence, a building that has been approved in a residential zone such as condominium, apartments, terrace houses are not allowed to conduct any commercial activity.
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LDP urges stricter safety measures after boat tragedy
The latest accident at Mantanani water went viral in the social media showing a tour boat operator purportedly drove past the capsize victims without stopping to help.
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Skipper torn over tourists’ safety, cries of victims
``What they have told us is that they did not respond to the calls for help as they were considering the safety of the tourists on their boat as during that time the water was very rough and choppy,’’
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Man gets 18 months for stolen motorcycle
The facts of the case stated that on Aug 20, the victim reported that one of his employer’s motorbikes was missing and suspected that one of the employees might have taken it.
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Court sets Sept 28 hearing over fake MyKad
Magistrate Cindy Mc Juce Balitus set the date for Kimhar Jul, 32 after he denied using a Mykad belonging to Norsid Abd Amid at Tanjung Aru police station at 12.50am last Monday.
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Gang robbery: Fishmonger faces 10 years’ jail
Sessions judge Azreena Aziz handed down the punishment on Remmy Martin, 21 for robbing Jumalin Laja of his cab and RM2,600, at 12.40am on Nov 8, 2014 together with two accomplices at Borneo Copacabana Café & Catering, Cyber Square here.
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Mangrove crab eggs breakthrough by UMS’ BMRI
"These eggs through crab farming will also be able to increase the natural supply of mangrove crabs as we would no longer solely depend on them,” Dr Rossita told the media here yesterday.
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More neurological units to be set up
“We strongly support the Unit’s plan in setting up additional neurological units in Tawau and Sandakan, including the vision of establishing a neuroscience centre in Sabah which would benefit not only the people of Sabah but the entire region as wel
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Contractor ordered to clean up waste leak at Sungai Kilim
Its minister Tan Sri Noh Omar said the contractor had made the mistake of digging a hole near the barrier which prevented solid waste from entering the stream.
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Housing: State needs another 18,538 units
According to him, the high demand is due to the large number of squatters in the state, who are the main target of the PPR.
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Blog’s MPT article: Police report made
The blog published an article with the title “440 Rumah Ahli-Ahli UMNO Musnah Dibakar Oleh ESSCOM-MDLD-MPT Atas Arahan UMNO/BN 30 Mati Rentung Polis Tutup Mata” written by Karunakaran A/L Muthusamy dated August 25.
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ESSCOM: Standard operating procedure a must for all agencies
“It is important to ensure that the work, regulations and laws of each agency can be incorporated and adapted to produce one SOP that can be implemented by security and enforcement agencies,” ESSCOM Chief Executive Officer, Noor Alam Khan A. Wahid Kha
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Weak quake jolts Ranau
It said in a statement that the epicentre of the quake was 16km west of Ranau, and tremors were felt in the area. Ranau fire and rescue station chief Jimmy Lagung said the station had not received reports of any emergency or damage to property followi
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B1 Work in private sector, local grads told
government is freezing employing new staff for vacancies of non-critical posts left by retirees which will be filled by existing staff being promoted or interdepartmental transfers,”
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260816-lead-1 BOOST FOR TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY SECTOR
“We have also found that despite kidnapping incidents in the east coast, tourists continue to visit us, mainly from China and other countries in this region.
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