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Defying Movement Control Order: Unemployed man jailed 3 months

An unemployed man was sentenced to three months in jail by the Magistrates Court here on a charge of violating the Movement Control Order yesterday.

Speaker rejects suggestion for urine test on State Assembly members

Melaka State Assembly Speaker Datuk Omar Jaafar rejected a suggestion by Opposition leader Datuk Seri Idris Haron for all members of the house to undergo urine test

Melaka to spend RM5 million on 45 new vehicles

The Melaka state government is spending about RM5 million to purchase 45 new vehicles for government departments and agencies in the state, said Chief Minister Adly Zahari.

Jasin factory ammonia gas leak forces school evacuation

A total of 120 students from Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Paya Redan were ordered to evacuate the school premises today following an ammonia gas leak at a nearby chicken processing factory late this morning.

We don’t control Zakir Naik 100 percent – Muhyiddin

The Ministry of Home (KDN) will not implement a total ban on the movements of controversial Islamic Preacher Dr. Zakir Naik, as long as he is not involved in any form of public speaking.

Former soldier charged with wife’s murder

A former soldier was charged in the Magistrate's Court here today with the murder of his wife in a house at Taman Seri Duyong here

Flood forces two schools in Melaka to close

Two schools forced to close down due to floods that hit a few districts in the state since yesterday

Number of flood victims in Melaka reduces

The number of flood victims in Alor Gajah dropped to 262 from 72 families as of 8.00 a.m. compared to 274 from 74 families recorded last night.

List of Melaka Exco members

Following is the full list of the Melaka State Government Executive Council Members for the 14th term led by Chief Minister Adly Zahari

Idris Haron, Mas Ermieyati to defend respective seats

Former Melaka chief minister Tan Sri Mohd Ali Rustam was renominated to contest in the Hang Tuah Jaya (previously known as Bukit Katil prior to redelineation of electoral boundaries) parliamentary seat where he lost the seat with a majority of 5,447 votes in the previous general election.