Robbery, Crime, Police

Robbery, Crime

Sarong clad convenience store armed robber nabbed | New Straits Times

#NSTnation The lone suspect wore the sarong to create the impression of a 'genuine customer' when he stepped into the business premises. #Robbery #Crime #Police

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NSTnation The lone suspect wore the sarong to create the impression of a 'genuine customer' when he stepped into the business premises. Robbery Crime Police

KUANTAN: He was a gardener at a private company by day and a suspected solo robber by night, armed with a parang targeting convenience stores in the state capital.

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Khairy: SOPs will be tightened for Sarawak election after country records first Omicron case

PETALING JAYA: In light of the Omicron variant detected in Malaysia, the Health Ministry will tighten the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the Sarawak election.

Melaka voters geared up for polls under new norms | New Straits TimesNSTnation 'As the rakyat, all we want is a smooth and safe state election. We do not want to see new clusters emerge after the election because fullyvaccinated people can still get infected.' StateElection Melaka

Mohd Nizom is new IRB CEO | New Straits TimesNSTnation Inland Revenue Board (IRB) deputy chief executive officer (Taxation Operations), Datuk Mohd Nizom Sairi has been appointed its new chief executive officer (CEO) effective today (Oct 19). LHDN CEO NizomSairi

Ukraine sets new Covid deaths record | New Straits TimesNSTworld Ukraine reported record coronavirus deaths as the country sees a surge in infections and struggles to roll out jabs to its vaccine-sceptic population. covid19

New Isuzu D-Max 1.9L 4X2 perfect for urban workhorse | New Straits TimesNSTcarsbikestrucks Most pick-up truck users do not always need the four-wheel drive 4X4 capability, hence Isuzu Malaysia decided to introduce the D-Max Auto Plus 4X 1.9L.

A need for New Malaysian Cinema industry | New Straits TimesIt is a long and winding name which unfortunately, has not borne anything significant since it was established with the drafting and approval of the Finas Act or 1981 or Akta 244.

5,516 new Covid-19 cases today | New Straits TimesNSTnation Over the past two weeks, Malaysia has detected 32.9 cases for every 10,000 people in the country. Covid19 CoronavirusUpdates Infections