Malaysian Drug Syndicate Crippled in Australia

The Australian police today have managed to bring down a Malaysian drug syndicate. The syndicate is believed to have smuggled millions of ringgit worth of drugs into Australia. Altogether, the Australian police have arrested 5 alleged members of the Malaysian syndicate, where 4 of them had prior drug-related offences. … More Malaysian Drug Syndicate Crippled in Australia

Syed Saddiq Charged with Criminal Breach of Trust and Dishonest Misappropriation

Member of Parliament for Muar, Mr Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman, has been charged with two counts of criminal breach of trust and dishonest misappropriation amounting to RM1.2 million.

The MP has pleaded not guilty for both counts, and the next mention has been set for 10 September 2021. … More Syed Saddiq Charged with Criminal Breach of Trust and Dishonest Misappropriation

Those Infected with COVID-19 at Vaccination Centres Can Bring a Suit of Negligence

The recent spike of COVID-19 infections at vaccination centres have raised the question if those infected at vaccination centres hold the government responsible for negligence?

Just today, a couple of lawyers have come forth and stated that the government could indeed be held liable for their negligence in containing the virus in these vaccination centres . … More Those Infected with COVID-19 at Vaccination Centres Can Bring a Suit of Negligence

Delivery Riders Accorded Protection by SOCSO

In further protecting deliver riders across the country, Grab Malaysia and Food Panda have now registered their riders for protection under the Social Security Organisation. Approximately 145,000 delivery riders nationwide were registered under the SPS Lindung Scheme, which ensures that the riders are registered, contributing, and also protected. … More Delivery Riders Accorded Protection by SOCSO