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KUALA TERENGGANU: The main supplier of pornographic movies in Marang who goes by the nickname Mat Blue was caught red-handed downloading a Thai sex show.

Mat Blue, 36, was caught once in 2007 but was released when police did not have enough evidence to charge him.

However, on May 8 police got the goods on him. After observing his movements for some time, they barged into his cyber cafe and found him downloading the pornography.

Just as the police moved in, eight customers including three teenaged girls ran off.

Mat Blue’s 26-year-old assistant was also detained. Both were released on police bail.

The cops’ success came to light only on Monday when the state police announced it during a press conference.

It is understood that Mat Blue downloaded pornographic pictures and videos and copied them onto CD-Rs which he sold at RM8 each.

Mat Blue was also said to have been supplying pornography to the other cybercafes here and had a ready market among the teenagers in the Bukit Payong area.

Terengganu Commercial Crime chief Supt Azmi Adam said police only moved in when they were sure they had the evidence on Mat Blue.

“All this while we wanted hard evidence although we knew of his activities for a while. This time, he was caught downloading the porn,” he said.

Supt Azmi said cybercafe came under observation after police received numerous complaints from villagers that Mat Blue was eroding the moral values of teenagers.

He said police confiscated seven sex VCDs, two computers and other hardware during the raid,” he said.

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Alam Akademik akan mengadakan jualan luar di Tadika An Nur di Kerteh (antara Balai Polis dan masjid) pada 28 Mei 2009 (Khamis).

Sila hadir untuk mendapat promosi pelbagai buku dan peralatan tulis. Terdapat promosi istimewa untuk beberapa buku cerita kanak dalam Bahasa Inggeris.

Datanglah rebut peluang.
Hubungi Sham [012-964-6800] untuk maklumat lanjut.

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Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said (second from right) looking at pupils of SJK (C) Chung Hwa We Sin using the e-Book after its launch  yesterday.
Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said (second from right) looking at pupils of SJK (C) Chung Hwa We Sin using the e-Book after its launch yesterday.

KUALA TERENGGANU: Should there be a computer illiterate primary school pupil in the country a few years from now, chances are the pupil will not be from Terengganu.

This was the view of Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said who launched the e-Book, the state-sponsored notebook computer, at Dewan Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu in Mengabang Telipot, yesterday.

He said, in the next few years, all primary school pupils in the state would be equipped with e-Books.

Beginning today, 25,000 computers would be distributed to all Year Five pupils in the state through the Education Department.

The e-Book is installed with not only a complete school syllabus but also religious study programmes, such as Muqaddam and Quran.
Ahmad said 3,800 Year Five teachers would also be receiving e-Books and proper training on how to use the computers in the classroom.

“I have been told that by the middle of next month most Year Five classes in the state will be ready to start using their e-Books, which is powered by an Intel Atom processor and 512MB of RAM and a 4GB hard disk drive.

“The best thing with the e-Book, which weighs only 1.1kg, is that pupils no longer need to carry heavy textbook-filled schoolbags on their backs every day to school,” he said.

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KUALA TERENGGANU 26 Mei – Majlis Tindakan Pelancongan Negeri Terengganu (MTPNT) akan menganjurkan Bengkel Pembangunan Produk Pelancongan di Lake Kenyir Resort & Spa di Tasik Kenyir, Hulu Terengganu selama dua hari bermula esok.

Program anjuran bersama Kementerian Pelancongan dan Persatuan Ejen Pelancongan dan Pengembaraan Malaysia (MATTA) Terengganu Chapter itu adalah untuk memberi pendedahan terhadap konsep perancangan, pembangunan dan pengurusan produk industri itu.

Pengurus Acara MTPNT, Muhamad Rapi Kori berkata, bengkel itu akan memberi penekanan kepada tarikan produk-produk dan sumber pelancongan di negeri ini.

”Pihak penganjur juga akan memberi bimbingan kepada peserta mengenai teknik-teknik memasarkan pakej pelancongan yang sedia ada supaya ia menepati kehendak pasaran,” katanya dalam kenyataan di sini hari ini.

Menurutnya, menerusi kertas kerja dan langkah-langkah bagi mengemas kini produk serta pakej pelancongan, ia akan menjadikan pemasaran mereka berkesan dalam menarik minat pelancong.

Ini kerana katanya, industri pelancongan negara sedang mengalami perkembangan pesat dari segenap segi dan ia merupakan cabaran kepada agensi pelancongan.

Jelasnya, mereka perlu mengikuti perkembangan ini secara serius dan bersedia mengemaskini produk dan pakej pelancongan serta kaedah pemasaran yang terkini.

Beliau memberitahu, majlis penutup bengkel itu akan disempurnakan oleh Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Pelancongan, Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Warisan negeri, Datuk Za’abar Mohd. Adib.

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