They were arrested by Perhilitan officers on April 15 in Hulu Sungai Tersat in Taman Negara, Pahang.
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The new Innogy go! car-sharing service will help Warsaw reduce the number of private cars on the road and reduce traffic emissions.
The prime minister says this will help address the traffic woes of Malaysians who face jams on a daily basis.
Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii says the cost of building the LRT may dry up state reserves and that a green bus network with upgraded roads is a better option.
From quiet cafes to pine-covered hills and horse-drawn carriages, this idyllic island getaway is ideal for a quite weekend. Best of all - it's absolutely traffic-free.
Floodwaters reach as high as 80mm on mainland Penang while Bukit Mertajam recorded flood levels of between 150mm and 450mm.
Executives at the two companies have been quietly laying plans to create what would be the world’s biggest airline by passenger traffic.
It is alarmist to conclude that tunnelling through granite with fault lines 'can be disastrous'.
Cause of incident has yet to be determined but strong winds could have been a factor.
The DAP leadership seems to be going back on its stand in 2002 against the Penang Outer Ring Road project.
Kebun Bunga assemblyman Jason Ong Khan Lee calls for review of RM46 billion PTMP and undersea tunnel.
Project managers say small ‘chemical’ blasts will be carried out to ensure minimum vibrations.
The current punishment is a maximum jail term of three years. Using the death penalty for road accidents is rare anywhere in the world.
The Penang Transport Master Plan, costing RM46 billion, is the largest project the state plans to undertake, and must be closely scrutinised.
The EIA Report for the traffic dispersal project is now on display for public to give their feedback.
Penang Forum has narrow views on the issue of traffic congestion in the state.
Colombian traffickers used to pose as rich, older men promising a better life; now they pretend to be poor, troubled teenagers just like the children they target.
The scene is repeated all over Asia as Muslims pack highways, airports and train stations in the 'balik kampung' rush.
The transport body says ECRL, HSR and Penang Tunnel are too expensive.
Around the world, helicopter-hailing apps are helping passengers beat traffic.
Kim also visited the hospital where the injured were being treated, the report said, adding that he "personally learned about the treatment of the wounded."
Junz Wong disagrees with federal minister Abdul Rahman Dahlan’s suggestion that Sabahans fork out higher fares for improved public transport.
Jagdeep Singh Deo brushes aside concerns from Gerakan, saying the project is within strict laws on hillside development.