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Another Viral Video Of Another Ipoh ‘Daredevil’

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POH: A video has surfaced on YouTube showing a youth climbing up a tall crane while self-recording his “feat.” The 1:22-minute video clip, titled Viral aksi berani remaja lelaki pulak panjat kren (Daredevil youth climbs crane), was uploaded by user “Viral Malaysia” on Dec 31. In the video, the youth records himself climbing up the…

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Police Investigate Group Who Climbed ‘IPOH’ Signpard

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IPOH – Police are investigating the report on a group of individuals who climbed the ‘Ipoh’ signboard at Jalan Kuala Kangsar, here which became viral for the past few days. Ipoh District Police Chief, ACP Sum Chang Keong said police had received a report from the Ipoh City Council early this morning at the Ipoh…

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MBI Never Received Application To Climb Ipoh Signboard

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IPOH – The Ipoh City Council (MBI) did not receive any application to climb the Ipoh signboard in Jalan Kuala Kangsar here from any party, said Ipoh Mayor Datuk Zamri Man. He said claims by a group of teenagers that MBI had approved their application to climb the iconic signage were untrue. “I’ve checked, no…

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Toddler Left By Roadside Recovering In Hospital

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IPOH: A two-year-old boy with brain haemorrhage who was left by the roadside (pic) to die is recupe­rating at the hospital here. A passer-by found the unconscious boy inside a box in Jalan Ampang Baru 6 at about 1.30pm on July 30 before sending him to the Raja Permaisuri Bainun Hospital. He has now regained…

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Ipoh Gets Listed In Lonely Planet

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IPOH: Ipoh’s old world charm and booming hipster cafes has impressed the largest travel guide book publisher in the world, Lonely Planet, after the city was listed as one of the best Asian destinations to visit in 2016. In their pick of where to go in the next 12 months, Lonely Planet listed Hokkaido, Japan…

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Ipoh City Council Explains ‘Saree’ Confusion

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PETALING JAYA: The Ipoh City Council has clarified that its employees are not disallowed from wearing traditional saree at its special Aidilfitri gathering on July 1. In a statement Saturday, the council said there had been a misinterpretation to the dress code in the invitation sent out to its staff. “The confusion arose due to…

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Temple Denies Refusing Aid Over Smashed Idols

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IPOH: The management of a temple where a man had smashed idols on Sunday dismissed a social media allegation that it had declined to accept government aid to repair the damage. Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple Committee chairman A. Silvanathan said on Wednesday that the committee had not refused the RM30,000 aid. The aid was offered…

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Perak Government Gives RM30,000 To Repair Damaged Idols At Temple

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IPOH: The Perak government is to provide RM30,000 to a Hindu temple here to restore idols damaged in an incident yesterday, as well as for a religious ceremony. State Health, Transport, National Integration, Non-Muslim Affairs and New Villages Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, who made the announcement, advised the people to remain calm…

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Man Runs Amok And Destroys Temple Deities

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IPOH: A man, who ran amok and damaged several deities in a Hindu temple in Jalan Hospital near here has been detained by police. In the 5pm incident yesterday, the 29-year-old suspect allegedly opened the unlocked temple gate and parked his car in the temple before carrying out the destructive acts. A Sree Muneeswaran Amman…

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Scrap Metal Worker To Hang Over Toddler’s Death

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IPOH: A scrap metal worker has been sentenced to hang by the High Court here for the death of an 18-month-old toddler. C.S Senguttuwan, 30, was found guilty today by judicial commissioner Noorin Badaruddin of driving his car into a tent at a wedding in Kampar and fatally knocking down T. Thamilarasan. He committed the offence at Kampung…

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