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Forestalling existing problem: The new railings anchored to the existing rusty ones can be used to climb by anyone. — filepic
​Fly high: eCurve’s 3D mural ​display will surely thrill shoppers with its gravity-defying sky-diving scene.
Mischievous: The ‘Big Headed Buddha’ entertaining the children during the event.

Big plans for Ampang Jaya

Fix maintenance issues, say residents

Art attack to involve shoppers

Exciting outing for little ones

Community

40 new bicycles for park patrols

Looking smart: Ahmad Phesal (second from left) and Mohd Sauffi (left) inspecting the guard of honour at the graduation ceremony for 19 enforcement officers from the mounted horse unit at Taman Tasik Titiwangsa.

KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will triple its current fleet of 20 bicycles for the purpose of patrolling parks.

Corroding bridge at Chan Sow Lin LRT station worries commuters

Raising questions: The steel structures protecting the overhead train track which crosses over Jalan Chan Sow Lin is showing signs of corrosion.

PEDESTRIANS using the walkway along the Chan Sow Lin LRT station are worried because the corroding overhead steel bridge protecting the train track rattles whenever a train passes.

Focus

Scenic coastal village of Tanjung Sepat lures visitors with its local delicacies

Memories remain: After the Lover’s Bridge broke, fishing boats have to dock in another area.

The quiet fishing village of Tanjung Sepat catches the eye of wanderlust travellers to its peaceful calm.

Passion for fashion

Interview with model Laura Chandran for The Mod Life column

IT WAS her passion for fashion that led Kuala Lumpur lass Laura Chandran to stay on as a freelance model and eventually set up her own fashion collection.

Eat & Drink

Scoreboard

Penang clear second hurdle

Kung fu fighting: Penang’s South Korean ace Gil Hoon (left) managing to shield his face in time as Perlis defender Ezzrul Ikmanizar challenges for the ball with a high kick.

IT may not be a victory to shout about, but the Penang Panthers did just enough to advance into the third round of the FA Cup campaign.

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