Actress Rita Rudaini, 40, is relieved that the Syariah High Court has ordered her former husband Aidil Zafuan Abd Razak to pay her RM68,530 in alimony, Kosmo! reported.
The court ordered national footballer and Johor Darul Takzim star Aidil, 29, to pay her backdated alimony since December 2013, which covered the expenses for food, clothing, rent and utility bills.
Rita, who has three children, said she was glad that the court had ruled in her favour, adding that she was merely fighting for her rights and not to gain profit as claimed by Aidil Zafuan.
The actress, who is recovering from dengue, had sought RM102,000 as alimony following their divorce three years ago.
Harian Metro reported about an elderly couple who got married in Kampung Ladang, Gemas.
Siti Rahani Ibrahim, 62, tied the knot with widower Mohd Ridzuan Zakaria, 68, after turning away several suitors over the years.
The second of 12 siblings said she was warned that she would never marry after rejecting several proposals as a young woman. But she is happy to have found a partner now.
Siti Rahani, who works as a tailor, said Mohd Ridzuan had first came to her shop to ask her to sew his prayer robe. When he came back to collect it two days later, he proposed to her.
“He told me of his intention to marry me as he felt lonely after his wife passed away a year ago.
“I did not give him an answer immediately, but I asked for some time to think it over and to pray for guidance,” she said.
Siti Rahani said she felt in her heart that Mohd Ridzuan would be the man in her life and accepted his proposal the following day.
Mohd Ridzuan, an ex-serviceman, said he planned to take his new wife on a honeymoon in New Zealand at the end of this year.
It was reported in Berita Harian that claims of key-chain tracking devices being sold at petrol stations by robbers that went viral on social media were unfounded.
The news, which was widely spread as a police warning through WhatsApp, was discovered to have been circulating on social media since August 2014.
It was reported that the police did not issue any statement on the key chains which were purportedly sold at petrol stations by robbers.
The key chains allegedly contained a chip which allowed the robbers to later track their victims back to their homes before robbing them.
Courtesy : thestar.com.my