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Melaka was where the country’s father of independence Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj proclaimed the independence date on Feb 20, 1956.

Melaka was chosen because this was where the foreign invasion began before the whole Malay peninsula was colonised.

Melaka, considered an important port and situated strategically between the east-west sea trade route, was conquered by the Portuguese in 1511 and in 1641 it was taken over by the Dutch. In 1824, the state was taken over by the British following the Anglo-Dutch Treaty and this paved the way for Britain to colonised the whole peninsula.

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Jika anda mempunyai sebarang masalah kecemasan, sila hubungi talian terus Polis Di Raja Malaysia yang beroperasi 24 jam:

 

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Bukit Aman

03-20319999

Selangor

03-20529999

Kuala Lumpur

03-21159999

Perlis

04-9711999

Kedah

04-7341461

Pulau Pinang

04-2691999

Perak

05-2401999

Negeri Sembilan

06-7619999

Melaka

06-2851999

Johor

07-2251999

Pahang

09-5151999

Terengganu

09-6231007

Kelantan

09-7450999

Sarawak

082-240800

Sabah

088-253555

Labuan

087-412575

Polis trafik telah membuka talian bagi memudahkan pengguna jalanraya berhubung terus dengan pihak polis semasa berlaku kecemasan atau jika mempunyai maklumat tentang kesalahan lalulintas.

  • Talian Bebas Tol 1-800-88-2006
  • Bukit Kayu Hitam-Alor Setar-Sungai Petani 013-3836002
  • Butterworth-Kulim-Bandar Baru 013-3836003
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Transport Minister Datuk Seri Chan Kong Choy, Tuesday announced that the cash incentives for capturing traffic offences on camera in conjunction with the Chinese New Year festive period has been withdrawn.

He said the “Shoot, Send and Win” contest organised by the Road Safety Department for the incentives would be cancelled after taking into consideration views from various quarters.

“As there is the possibility of abuse for profit by some quarters, I am making the decision to stop this programme after having considered the views of various parties,” he said in a statement here Tuesday.

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Sektor 1: Bukit Kayu Hitan – Alor Setar

  • Km 10-5  (U) Changlun – Bkt.Kayu Hitam
  • Km 31-35  (S) Jitra
  • Km 43 Alor Setar-Jitra 

Sektor 2: Alor Setar – Sg. Petani

  • Km 53-78  Alor Setar – Gurun

  • Km 99-107  Gurun – Sg. Petani

Sektor 3: Butterworth – Kulim

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The following is a complete text of the Working Paper – The Way Forward presented by His Excellency YAB Dato’ Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad at the Malaysian Business Council.

The purpose of this paper is to present before you some thoughts on the future course of our nation and how we should go about to attain our objective of developing Malaysia into an industrialised country. Also outlined are some measures that should be in place in the shorter term so that the foundations can be laid for the long journey towards that ultimate objective. Read the rest of this entry »

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Only half- a-kilometre of drilling work remains for the Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) Project, said Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID) Director-General Datuk Paduka Keizrul Abdullah.

He said the drilling machine “Tuah” was currently operating northward of the city and would penetrate the area in front of the flood retention pond in Kg Berembang, Ampang, at the end of March or early April.

The dual-function tunnel measuring 9.7 km to drain off floodwater, which would also be used as a motorway tunnel for cars from the city heading south and vice-versa, was expected to be fully completed in June, he told reporters after visiting the tunnel, here today.

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Malaysia’s Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) project will be featured for the second time on the Discovery Channel.

The hour-long documentary on the world’s first dual-purpose facility — stormwater management and a motorway tunnel — will be televised on Astro’s Channel 50 on Feb 18 at 9 pm and repeated on Feb 19 at 3 am and 2 pm.

Syarikat Konsesi Smart Sdn Bhd, the concessionaire of the motorway tunnel, said the unique and innovative project was initially featured on Discovery Channel’s “Extreme Engineering” programme last year during Malaysia’s 49th National Day celebrations.

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