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Police kill gunman who opened fire on US courthouse

The gunman motives are not immediately clear, but police say his rifle contains at least 30 round of magazines.

Anti-graft panel suggests law to halt sacking of key enforcement officials

GIACC chief Abu Kassim Mohamed says constitution may have to be amended to prevent the executive from resorting to such action when under an investigation.

Stiffer penalties needed, activists say on environmental law

They say some sections of the Environmental Quality Act need amendment and that enforcement must be improved as well.

Renegades in ministry will be removed, says deputy home minister

Deputy Home Minister Mohd Azis Jamman says some officers in enforcement agencies were foiling efforts to combat crime in the country.

Enforce smoking ban at eateries now

We shouldn't allow the smoking ban to end up like the anti-littering law or anti-speeding law where weak enforcement renders it ineffective.

Jawi: Enforcement procedures will be reviewed, improved if necessary

Its director Mohd Ajib Ismail says the department’s focus has always been on prevention.

OSA under review, to be presented to Parliament soon

The Prime Minister's Department says the review and amendments involve curbing cyber attacks.

Jawi officer: We didn’t show authority cards at transgender event

Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department officer Siti Nor Jihan Saleh says members of the Jawi team conducting the raid also did not identify themselves.

Business as usual at SPAD until further notice, says Loke

Transport Minister Anthony Loke gives his assurance that all 997 Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) employees will be redeployed to new jobs after the agency is abolished.

Think tank: No-smoking zones pointless without enforcement

Think tank chief Azrul Khalib says government's campaign using signs and notices in designated areas has had little effect.

Maid abuse? Many Malaysians simply do not care

Employers act as if they own the maids and the ‘don't care’ attitude is present in the individual right up to the crony who runs the agency and the heads of enforcement in the various government departments.

Call to review law barring teachers holding office in unions

A Dec 6 human resources ministry directive states teachers in DG41 grade and above are not allowed to hold any office in a union under the Trade Unions Act 1959.

Drug raid in Penang leads to recovery of 4 pistols, ammunition

Three suspects detained are believed to have impersonated enforcement officers to carry out crimes in Penang and other states.

Drone community upset over high proposed annual fee

Drone Club Malaysia hopes DCA will consider views of drone owners and reduce proposed RM500 annual fee.

Car-clamp issue: ‘Officers were just doing their job’

Penang Island mayor tells officers who clamped car of woman with wheelchair-bound mother to call their boss when faced with difficult situations.

Wan Junaidi: Cops, military not equipped to protect forests

Natural resources and environment minister says the police and Armed Forces ended-up functioning as 'security guards' instead as they are trained to handle crime, not environmental issues.

Man in video berating DBKL officers arrested

Police are investigating the man for obstructing a public servant from discharging his public functions, and for criminal intimidation.

DBKL, here’s a simple way to make everyone fly the national...

If KL City Hall were to carry out enforcement of its laws effectively and efficiently, then residents will be more than willing to fly not only the national flag, but also the DBKL flag.

Announcement on tourism tax soon, says customs chief

Customs director-general Subromaniam Tholasy, however, provided no further details on what the announcement would entail.

Bosses rush to beat June 30 E-Kad deadline

Immigration Department firm on not extending deadline, says operations against illegal workers will start from July 1.

Business as usual at M Mall

Federal regulators' visit a run of the mill check, says mall manager.

MACC: Enforcement officers being paid RM5 million a month

It says these payments come from syndicates involved in illegal activities like gambling and prostitution.

‘Address easy access to contraband cigarettes, liquor’

Criminologist says just increasing fines is not going to solve the problem and enforcement must be stepped up

Kelantan admits leakage in sand mining dockets

State government expects revenue from sand mining to go up from RM600,000 in 2015 to RM4.8 million this year with stricter enforcement.

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