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ARKIB : 01/11/2004

News brief: Oct 31

Another 161 Indonesian illegal workers leave from Melaka... In MELAKA, another 161 illegal immigrants returned to Indonesia under the amnesty programme via two exit points in the state Sunday.

Melaka Immigration Department Deputy Assistant Director Yusof Md Saat said 158 went home on four ferries from Melaka Port while three left from the Batu Berendam Airport on a Merpati Air aircraft.

"They went to Dumai and Bengkalis," he told Bernama here.

Several Rela members were deployed at Melaka Port to handle the departures.

The amnesty programme started last Friday and would end on Nov 14.

On Friday, 176 Indonesians returned home using the Melaka Port while 124 people left yesterday.

No illegal immigrants used the Batu Berendam Airport on Friday and Saturday.

Many cases in Consumer Claims Tribunal settled out of court... In SHAH ALAM, a total 230 of 541 cases referred to the Consumer Claims Tribunal in Selangor were settled out of court up to Oct 27.

Selangor Executive Councillor Datuk Lim Thuang Seng said 49 cases were settled through mediation in court, 12 by trial and the balance were being considered for trial.

All cases would be settled according to the principles of justice and rights of consumers, he told Bernama here Sunday.

"Our tribunal is functioning well and many cases were resolved annually," he said.

Lim also said that up to Oct 27, the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry's Enforcement Division had taken action in 1,010 cases following inspections on 118,628 premises in Selangor.

The actions were taken under the Copyright Act (374), Trade Descriptions Act (343) and Price Control Act (111), he said.

Goods worth RM17 million were seized.

Shell builds recycling centre for special children's school... In KOTA KINABALU, Shell Malaysia has handed over a new recyling centre to Seri Mengasih, a school for special children, at Tanjung Aru here.

The company said in a statement that some 30 trainees of the school would use the centre to carry out vocational work such as making festive greeting cards from recycled paper.

Its general manager for corporate affairs, Lt Kol (Rtd) Wahiruddin Abdul Wahid, handed over the RM25,000 centre to Seri Mengasih recently.

Seri Mengasih was initiated as a day-care centre in 1981. It is a frequent beneficiary of Shell Malaysia's "We Care We Share Programme" under which staff and their families contribute their personal time and the company provides resources to improving the well-being and development of local communities.

Abdullah breaks fast with govt officers, community leaders... In IPOH, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi broke fast with state government officers and community leaders at the Menteri Besar's official residence here Sunday night.

Abdullah also performed maghrib prayers with about 500 guests.

Present were Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Tajol Rosli Ghazali, Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Abdul Aziz, Rural and Regional Development Minister Datuk Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin, State UMNO and Barisan Nasional (BN) leaders.

Earlier, Abdullah, who is also UMNO President, met party division chiefs and state assemblymen.

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Subuh 5:53
Zuhur 1:20
Asar 4:34
Maghrib 7:25
Isyak 8:36



 

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