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Lithuanian-born artist Ernest Zacharevic on a wall in Taman Molek, Johor Baru...The original painting was a hit with locals and tourists alike. The original painting depicted a Lego man holding a knife in a corner waiting to ambush a woman walking
A cook and his friend ended up injured in a brawl after their drinking partner accused him of stealing RM300. Lim Boon Keong, 31, who works in a restaurant in Permas Jaya, went drinking with his car salesman friend Tan Kah Wooi, 31, at a pub in Jalan
Five men who thought they could get away with stealing an automated teller machine from a bank in Johor Jaya were stopped in their tracks by a security guard. The men had used ropes to drag the ATM out of the bank in Jalan Ros Merah 2 at around 7.
An automated teller machine (ATM) went missing from a bank at Jalan Ros Merah, Taman Johor Jaya here on Thursday, believed to have been carted away. Police were informed of the missing ATM through a call by a member of the public at about 5.50pm.
People who want to avoid the huge crowd this festive season can shop at a 24-hour bazaar in Taman Johor Jaya here. The annual 10-day Chinese New Year bazaar along Jalan Dedap 14 will be open from Jan 31 to Feb 9. Its organising chairman Phang Kam
A lorry driver who thought he could squeeze his vehicle under a four-metre bridge got stuck instead. The 27-year-old lorry driver escaped unhurt but his container toppled due to the collision and caused a massive jam along Jalan Ros Merah in Johor
The parents of a student, who was allegedly shot dead by the police three years ago, is suing the police and Government for damages over his death. Arin Abdullah, 59, and Sapiah Md Ellah, 54, are seeking general damages, special damages of RM1,850
Six police MPVs and a sedan blazed the roads here in a 45-minute high-speed car chase. The incident unfolded when policemen in a patrolling MPV tried to stop the car for a routine check in Taman Daya after finding the car's number plate to be suspect
A 24-year-old businesswoman choked to death in thick smoke when a fire broke out at her parents' two-storey home in Taman Pelangi Indah here. Loh Hui Jin, who ran an online shop selling cosmetics and skincare products, was home alone when the fire
Two Singaporean men were among 10 suspected bookies nabbed in several raids here. The suspects were behind syndicates involved in collecting bets for Euro 2012 and horse racing with wagers of up to RM14mil. State police chief Datuk Mohd Mokhtar Mohd