Riding in aid of special kids

Dashing fifty metres in stilettos

Wake up and smell the coffee

Condo facilities in disrepair


World congress to focus on urbanisation

Experts gather: (From left) Shan Saeed, Khirudin, Maha Sinnathamby, Datuk Pretam Singh, a partner of Pretam Singh, Nor & Co and Dr Soh.

One thousand delegates from all over the world will meet in Petaling Jaya this weekend to discuss how sustainable cities can cope with the stress of urban living.

Renovation of terrace houses not in harmony, say Bangsar Baru folk

Sticking out: Various renovations like this one in Bangsar Baru, taken earlier this month, are a cause for concern. The windows constructed on the wall of the building under construction here has now been closed up.

VARIOUS terrace house renovations around the Bangsar Baru area have caused many raised eyebrows among the community who are worried about its safety, legality as well as its jarring design that does not fit in with the rest of the neighbourhood.


From nasi lemak to jobs

Feeding the homeless alone will not help reduce the amount of homeless in the streets. Mastura believes that they should be given an opportunity to work and earn to get themselves off the streets. With minimal pay, many have part-time jobs but don’t earn enough to find a home.

A youth-led social enterprise in Kuala Lumpur feeds the homeless, helps them earn a living and offers them friendship.

Lessons from a glizty night out

A photo from Jojos modelling portfolio from her time in Hong Kong

Some years back, when I was modelling in Hong Kong, I was surprised to hear there was such a thing as a “Model’s Night” in a famous nightclub downtown.


All set for the big battles

Solid defence: Belia 4-B Sungai Glugor defender Lokman Anuar (No. 2) outjumping Pearl of Orient’s Choo Eng Wah (No. 23) to defuse a raid during their Division Three clash.

MUNICIPAL Council (MPPP) and Belia 4-B Sungai Glugor are on course in their pro-motion bid after securing the top two spots in their Division Three Group A campaign.


A home in the hills

Low-density project: The show unit for the Ametis development is fashioned after a Type B corner unit that has a built-up area of 3,458sq ft.

The COOL breezes in the hilly area is one of many attractions people will find at the Ametis Residences in Subang Bestari.


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Man in heels wins race

Man in heels wins race

The first high heel race in Malaysia attracted hundreds of participants- men and women- who raced down a 50m track for a trip for two to London. The race was held to celebrate women empowerment in the country.

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