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4 JOHOR MEN WORKING IN SINGAPORE ARRESTED BY MALAYSIAN POLICE FOR MURDER

Four men from Johor were arrested by Malaysian police for allegedly murdering another man at a bus station in Jalan Persiaran Sungai Danga, Nusa Bistari, in Johor.

According to Malaysian police, two of the arrested men were working as security guards in Singapore, while another one was a factory worker and one was a horse groomer, all working in Singapore.

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SINGAPORE MAN DIED FIVE DAYS AFTER HE WAS HIT BY CAR IN JB

Justinian Tan was in JB with five of his friends for late night dinner on Friday, and was heading for their car at Jalan Dato Abdullah Tahir at Taman Abad around 3.00 am, when a Malaysian registered car hot him and another friend from behind. According to the other friends, the authorities there took a long time to render aid, with the ambulance only arriving 20 minutes after the accident happened. Justinian required emergency surgery upon arriving at the Johor hospital, but the hospital allegedly did not have the complete tools to complete the procedure.

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DRUNK SG BMW DRIVER DRAGGED A JOHOR MOTORBIKE, BOTH VEHICLES BURST INTO FLAMES

A man driving a Singapore registered BMW 740 apparently ploughed into a Johor motorcycle early on Wednesday, dragging the motorcycle along with it for a few hundred metres before both vehicles eventually caught fire.

The accident reportedly happened at about 4:25am at the Jalan Tebrau road in Johor, near a Caltex petrol station. A witness to the accident, a Johor taxi driver, said that the car driver and the motorcycle rider did not suffer any serious injuries.

However, the witness also said that he saw the BMW sped past him as he was driving along that road, and the car tyres had already caught fire by then. It had driven a further 300 metres down the road before it stopped, and by then, several people had managed to pull the BMW driver out. The same people then started beating up the BMW driver for about 5 minutes.

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JOHOR TO TRACK DOWN ALL SG DRIVERS WHO DID NOT PAY THEIR ROAD FINES

For all Singaporean drivers who think they can get away without paying any traffic fines in Malaysia, think again. The Johor Police Chief, Dzulkhairi Mukhtar said the Johor police are actively pursuing Singaporean motorists with outstanding traffic summonses. Those who are located will be made to pay the summonses on the spot.

To make things even easier for the Singaporean drivers to pay their fines, Johor traffic police will also be equipped with wireless credit card readers in order to facilitate electronic payments. So there is no way for you to run away without paying for your fines. However, it is not known how the Malaysian police keeps the records of these fines and summonses, of which there are 134,227 unpaid summonses so far. The most logical way would be via the car's licence plate numbers.

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HELP FOR FAMILY OF MUHD HILMI BIN MOHD SYED

While we may not be part of the Meridian Secondary School community, as fellow human beings, we would like to send our prayers and raise funds for Hilmi and his family in this difficult times so that they don't have to worry about medical expenses and long period of medical treatment that will likely follow for recovery.

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WOMAN LOSES LIFE SAVINGS TO JOHOR HOME SCAM

An elderly woman had her life savings wiped out by a home scam in Johor, all because she was approached by a "property agent" in Malaysia and believed that investing in a property there would bring her additional wealth.

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S'PORE SHIP CRASHED INTO FOREIGN SHIP NEAR JOHOR

A Singapore-registered container has crashed into a Gibraltar-registered ship off Pasir Gudang Port, Johhor yesterday. About 300 tonnes of oil have spilled into the surrounding waters, said the Marine and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) today.

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