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X'mas price control for 12 items

SRI AMAN: The Domestic Trade, Cooperatives and Consumerism Ministry has announced the ceiling price for 12 controlled items under the Christmas Festival Price Control Scheme, which will be enforced for five days beginning Dec 23.

Eight children found dead at Australian property

SYDNEY: Eight children aged between 18 months and 15 years have been found dead at a home in the Australian city of Cairns, police said Friday, reportedly after a gruesome mass stabbing.

Militants preying on civil servants

PETALING JAYA: Islamic State-linked militant groups are tapping into the big demand for religious knowledge to prey on unsuspecting civil servants.

Cat hanged from pole in unspeakable act of cruelty

SIBU: A cat found hanged high up on a pole in front of a house here has stunned neighbours and animal lovers in Jalan Lada here.

Lucky lass: Thulaasi and Suppiah sharing a light moment as they relax by the beach 10 years after the tsunami.

Tsunami miracle baby 10 years on

PENANG: In early September, tsunami miracle baby S. Thulaasi dreamt that a giant meteorite plunged into the sea off Batu Ferringhi near her home in Penang.

Contest winners get a professional makeover

Grooming is an essential part of establishing your personal and professional brand. That’s just what the six winners of the Step Out in Style contest learned through their professional makeover session.

TNB unable to determine impact of lower energy prices yet

KUALA LUMPUR: Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is unable to determine the impact of lower energy prices and the weaker ringgit on the company and will not be adjusting tariffs yet.

Money matters: We have to adjust our expenditure in difficult times.

Prepare for tough times ahead

We have often heard the phrase ‘we must change our lifestyles’ and the truth is that it will be difficult to adjust – but adjust we must.

Head over heels: The cast of Mamma Mia putting on a fantastic show during the opening night at the Plenary Hall, KLCC.

A night to remember for ABBA fans

KUALA LUMPUR: It was a night of catchy melodies and colourful costumes as Mamma Mia! The Musical opened to a full house here yesterday.

Ahmad Phesal (2nd from left) exchanging documents with Suhaimi. With them are (from left) DBKL deputy director general for project implementation Datuk Mohd Najib Mohammad, DBKL board of advisors Wilson Lau and DBKL deputy director general Datuk Normah Malik.

Tie-up on zero-emission vehicle charging stations

KUALA LUMPUR: KL Electric Mobility Sdn Bhd (KLEM), a wholly-owned subsidiary of US-based Masers Energy Inc, is investing RM1.5bil to set up 3,000 charging stations for zero-emission vehicles within Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle over the next two years.

Public tribute: A floral memorial near the Lindt Chocolate cafe in Sydney.  — EPA

Accepting each other’s beliefs

It is time for Malaysians to move beyond tolerance. We have to each advocate acceptance because tolerance has a breaking point.

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U.S. President Barack Obama announces a shift in policy toward Cuba while delivering an address to the nation from the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, December 17, 2014. REUTERS/Doug Mills/Pool
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The churchs A frame building in Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad in Brickfields will be retained for its heritage value.

Century-old church to undergo redevelopment

THE century-old Tamil Methodist Church of Kuala Lumpur (TMC) is embarking on a major redevelopment project in order for it to continue its community and charitable projects for the needy.

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Focus on second leg, says team skipper Shukor

BANGKOK: No finger-pointing, please. National team skipper Mohd Shukor Adan believes the 2-0 defeat to Thailand in the first leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup football final at the Rajamangala Stadium on Wednesday is done and dusted.

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