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Hey, you! Yes, YOU! Keep your eyes on the road!

Jul 11, 2019


Everyday, an average of two people die on the roads to and from work.

The Human Resources Minister says half of the accidents reported to Socso last year were commuting accidents, and two out of three occupational deaths each day were because of those accidents. 

At the launch of Vision Zero Malaysia yesterday, Minister M. Kula Segaran said it's about time Malaysians paid more attention to road safety.

Vision Zero is designed to reduce workplace accidents and occupational diseases by promoting a zero tolerance to risky behaviour.

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Amiruddin Shari denies having affair

The Selangor Menteri Besar has denied allegations he's having an affair with a state assemblywoman.

He was responding to viral CCTV footage allegedly showing him with the woman in a hotel in Sandakan, Sabah. 

Amiruddin Shari said he was in KL when the tryst was said to have taken place.

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Postmortem confirms Sabah divers' cause of death

A postmortem has confirmed the three divers found in Semporna, Sabah last week, died of a bomb blast.

12 people have been arrested and the incident is being investigated as murder.


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