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Water supply disruption in several areas in Petaling Friday

KUALA LUMPUR: Several areas in Petaling will experience water supply disruption from 9pm on Feb 6 to 8am on Feb 7.

Hours ticking away for Japanese hostage

TOKYO, Jan 28, 2015 (AFP) - An angry Japanese prime minister on Wednesday slammed as "utterly despicable" an Islamist militant threat to kill both a Japanese hostage and a Jordanian pilot unless Amman releases a militant bomber.

Low tech: Diyana preparing banana leaves for ‘nasi lemak’ at her coffee shop at Kampung Datuk Sulaiman Menteri in Johor Baru.

We have no idea how GST works, say petty traders

JOHOR BARU: With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) set to be implemented in April, small traders here are worried that they will not be able to adapt to the system in time.

Colour of money: Tan spraying water on some calla lily at his nursery in Lorong Delima 5 in Island Glades, Penang.

‘Banknote’ plant a big hit as Chinese New Year draws near

GEORGE TOWN: A calla lily which many believe can help bring prosperity to its owner has become a hit for those celebrating Chinese New Year.

Malaysian undergraduates to intern in ASEAN

As the chair for ASEAN in 2015, Malaysia has initiated a unique opportunity to engage its future talent, and provide a broader perspective on the role of ASEAN.

Going to prison: Mohd Fazli was first sentenced to hang on Sept 22, 2010, by the Shah Alam High Court.

Ex-cabbie escapes the gallows

PUTRAJAYA: A former taxi driver convicted of killing his girlfriend’s three-year-old daughter has escaped the gallows.

The sheep really gets my goat

THIS is the Year of the Yang. That’s the word in Mandarin for “a ruminant mammal, generally with horns on its head”.

Abstract: An acrylic-on-canvas piece called ‘Hidden Image I, 1988’.

His life story on canvas

If a picture can tell a thousand words, then Dr Choong Kam Kow’s ‘Cross Culture. Trans Era’ retrospective exhibition of over 260 works is a biography in its own right.

Malaysia Captain Mohamad Aidil Zafuan fighting the ball with Laos Khampheng Sayavutthi at first round football match at Ansan Wa Stadium Asian Games Incheon Korea.Malaysia win 4-0 2014.Starpic by Kamarul Ariffin/17.09.2014 .

Deal to take local football to the next level sealed

ARGUABLY one of the biggest deals in Asian football was signed recently between Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and leading London-Based international media rights company, MP & Silva Ltd.

Zeti: No one single entity will pose systemic risk

PUTRAJAYA: Bank Negara will not allow any “systemic” effect from an individual company to impact the country’s economy, according to governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz.

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Greece seeks to reassure bank investors, meet Eurobank

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's new government will meet shareholders from Eurobank, the country's second-biggest lender, on Friday to discuss the bank's future, Deputy Prime Minister Yannis Dragasakis said on Wednesday, after a dramatic fall in banking stocks.

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